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Flashlights : Eveready (1040)

In the 1890s, American Ever-Ready Company founder Conrad Hubert lit up New York City with the help of dry cell batteries and his newest invention - the electric hand torch. Hubert, a Russian immigrant, experimented with everything from electric tie tacks to electric flower pots before acquiring the patent for this first Eveready flashlight in 1898.

In the 1920s and 1930s, Eveready commissioned timeless pieces of art advertising flashlights and batteries that appeared in periodicals, Eveready catalogs, trade magazines, calendars and posters.

Even today, Eveready continues to produce great flashlights, known for afforability and durability.

For more information, visit the Eveready website



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Photo Description Model # Circa
Compact Pink with Yellow Slide Switch 4215 1995
Compact Yellow with Red Slide Switch 4215 1995
Black Clip Light with Yellow Slide Switch 5215 1995
Yellow "Sport Gear" 2 Way with Belt Clip, Morse Code Imprint and Lanyard 8115 1995
Yellow "Sport Gear" 2 Way with Lanyard 8215 1995
Red "Superbright" Clip Light E420 1995
Gray "Travel Gear" Plug-in Rechargeable EM290 1995
2AA Cell "Sport Gear" Waterproof Grip Light with Lanyard F215 1995
Yellow Penlight "Sport Gear" with Lanyard F220 1995
2D Cell "Sport Gear" Waterproof Grip Light with Lanyard F250 1995
"Sport Gear" Yellow Fluorescent Lantern with Ring Hanger F415 1995
Pocket Trout (Green) Squeeze Light LTPT 1995
Pocket Trout (Orange) Squeeze Light LTPT 1995
Pocket Trout (Pink) Squeeze Light LTPT 1995
Pocket Trout (Yellow) Squeeze Light LTPT 1995
Orange & Gray Angled Pocket Flashlight with Slide Switch V221 1995
"Sport Gear" Mini Flashing Safety Light B170WB-E 1996
"Sport Gear" 3 Light Bicycle Safety Set (Headlight / Blinker / Tail Light) BKC1WB-E 1996
#8215 Min-Replica "Sport Gear" 2 Way Keychain Light 1997
Black "Travel Gear" Tilt Base Roadside Emergency Lantern 1997
Black/Orange Safety Lantern 459 1997
6AA Gray Aluminum Double Barrel D620 1997
8AA Grey Aluminum Double Barrel Flashlight with Xenon Bulb D820 1997
2D Cell Red "Superbright" with Black Head and Ring Hanger (logo v1) E250 1997
2 Cell Red "Superbright" Magnet Light with Ring Hanger (logo v1) E251 1997
Red Lantern E252 1997
Yellow "Sport Gear" Waterproof Lantern F101 1997
Yellow / Black "Sport Gear" Head Lamp (logo v1) F420-E 1997
Yellow / Black "Sport Gear" Head Lamp (logo v2) F420-E 1997
"Raptor" Premium Lantern with Flexible Directional Light FN450 1997
3 Cell Yellow and Black "Industrial" with Ring Hanger IN351 1997
Ladybug (Blue) Squeeze Keychain Light KCBG 1997
Ladybug (Green) Squeeze Keychain Light KCBG 1997
Ladybug (Red) Squeeze Keychain Light KCBG 1997
Ladybug (Yellow) Squeeze Keychain Light KCBG 1997
Car Light (Blue) with Swivel On/Off Headlight LTCR 1997
Car Light (Red) with Swivel On/Off Headlight LTCR 1997
Car Light (White) with Swivel On/Off Headlight LTCR 1997
Car Light (Yellow) with Swivel On/Off Headlight LTCR 1997
Yellow Car Light #39 with Swivel On/Off Headlight LTCR 1997

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