Brinkmann Flashlight - 2 Cell Focusing with Rubber Grip Handle (c. 1980)
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Flashlights : Brinkmann Brand / Standard 2 Cell Style

Brinkmann 2 Cell Focusing with Rubber Grip Handle   Brinkmann 2 Cell Focusing with Rubber Grip Handle




Value: $20.00
Manufacturer: Brinkmann
Mfgr. Model #: N/A
Circa: 1980
Battery: 2D
Style: Standard 2 Cell



Online Since: 4/29/2005
FM Reference #: BK00007
Notes:
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  BD
This model Brinkman flashlight (black metal body w/ red rubber grip) has been in my flashlight inventory for about 10 to 12 years. I has a coveted place in my emergency kit in my vehicle, and besides the occasional battery and bulbs changes, has never failed me in a crisis. The rubber grip is a great addition, especially in cold and/or wet conditions. With the addition of a traffic cone, it's great for directing vehicles/ or at the scene of an accident. I have a 3-cell like this one for duty use, too.
Mar 20, 2010 - 4:38 PM
  ED
@ MARLIN...UNLESS YOU WANT TO FIX...AN KEEP YOUR LIGHT FOR SENTIMENTAL PURPOSES...IT MIGHT BE CHEAPER AN A LOT EASIER JUST TO BUY A NEW ONE...SOMETIMES THE OLD ONES ARENT FIXING...ESPECIALLY IF YOU CANT FIND THE PARTS...ECT...
Oct 5, 2009 - 12:29 AM
  Marlin
I wrote you several weeks ago regarding a flashlight. You in return email asked for a model number. I'm pretty sure mine is a 3 D cell light, and looks very similar to the one pictured here. The lens grip looks the same; the manufacturer insignia is the same; the end cap appears the same. However, mine has a knurled handle which is either steel or aluminum, not rubber. The switch appears the same.

I do not know if you can help ID my light further or not. I see no numbers of any kind on the light. Where should I look if numbers are to be present? At any rate, the switch is inoperative. I'm assuming it can be replaced, along with the bulb. Is this light under a lifetime warranty? If so, are the shipping costs of replacement included in the warranty? Can you advise further?
Jan 30, 2007 - 8:44 PM


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