Eveready Flashlight - Indoor / Outdoor Fluorescent Lantern - Model No. 9209 (c. 1975)
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Eveready Indoor / Outdoor Fluorescent Lantern   Eveready Indoor / Outdoor Fluorescent Lantern




Value: $20.00
Manufacturer: Eveready
Mfgr. Model #: 9209
Circa: 1975
Battery: 2 6V
Style: Lantern



Online Since: 7/28/2003
FM Reference #: EV00035
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  Norma Brewster
I have the above lantern and just bought two new 6V batteries for it. Unfortunately, there is NO Guide as to how to place them in the lantern! It simply says to "insert batteries as shown on box." I'm afraid the box for it is long gone! Kind of a dumb place to put the diagram for battery replacement, I'd say. Would you have a diagram you could send?
Nov 5, 2012 - 12:39 PM
  ACY SHEPARD
Could you tell me how to position the batteries in this lantern? I have
lost the instructions. I love this lantern that I have had for over 30
years.
Nov 4, 2012 - 9:59 AM
  Judy
HELP! We're in the middle of a blizzard, and I want to get this ready to use. I can't figure out how to install the batteries. No instructions and doesn't seem to have contacts for both ends of batteries. THANKS!
Dec 26, 2010 - 8:03 PM
  dan
I can not find out how to install the battery the label says to install as shown on box but there is nothing shoeing this
Oct 18, 2010 - 11:07 AM
  John H
These were being sold new in Australia through the mid 1980's. Keen to get one.
Apr 28, 2008 - 5:08 AM
  GT Miller
A great camping/Emergency worklight. Mine still works great, even though the clear plastic lens has cracked and broken. You get a lot of light from the tube and battery. Mine also came with a 12-volt auto adapter. I wish they still made this lantern--what a product.
Feb 7, 2007 - 4:58 PM
  Anonymous
Had no idea these were vintage and had been modding them with gellcell batts and using them as work beaters. I will leave the new in box one alone!
Feb 24, 2006 - 6:33 PM


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