Eveready Flashlight - 2 Cell Chrome with Red Trim Spot/Flood "Masterlite" - Model No. 7253 (c. 1953)
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Flashlights : Eveready Brand / Standard 2 Cell Style

Eveready 2 Cell Chrome with Red Trim Spot/Flood  
Eveready 2 Cell Chrome with Red Trim Spot/Flood "Masterlite"




Value: $60.00
Manufacturer: Eveready
Mfgr. Model #: 7253
Circa: 1953
Battery: 2D
Style: Standard 2 Cell



Online Since: 8/04/2005
FM Reference #: EV00513
Notes:
Uses dual contact bulb PR-14.
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  Kirk
The replacement bulb is PR14 and very hard to find. Do a Google search and some will turn up. Be prepared to spend $20 for a bulb.
May 4, 2009 - 5:20 PM
  Robert agin
I purchased one exactly like this at a flea market,it is in prestine condition and works perfectly for $5.00 I didn`t realise it was worth $60.00 I guess i`d better hold on to this one.
Aug 23, 2008 - 1:23 PM
  Thomas M
I won this VERY NICE flashlight in that auction, Dan, and I now see that there are two filaments and two contact points on the bulb (and it works fine, BTW; I have it stored with my other NOS flashlights). A very ingenious setup, also a way for Eveready to insure that the user couldn't buy anyone else's bulb! Any idea how to get a replacement bulb for it? I don't see a number printed on the bulb base.
Aug 9, 2007 - 12:01 AM
  Dan
It is Spot-Flood light as the larger plate below the switch also moves forward and backwards to make the secondary contact on the bulb for the Spot or Flood position. I have several of these one in the original box, with instructions, never used. It is in perfect condition. I'll be auctioning it on eBay starting this Thursday.
Jul 22, 2007 - 9:56 PM
  Thomas M
I just got one on eBay. It works, but I'm not sure why it is called a "spot-flood" because it operates and looks like an ordinary flashlight UNLESS SOMETHING IS MISSING FROM IT. There is no shroud that slides over the bulb that I can see. If anyone has more info, please let me know. Thanks.
Jul 2, 2007 - 7:12 PM
  Peter
I just picked up a near mint condition spot-flood from the local arc store!!!!!!!
Jun 23, 2007 - 12:32 PM


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