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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
Energizer Bunny Squeeze Light LTEB 1997
2AA Cell Black Rubber R215 1997
2D Cell Black Rubber R251 1997
Yellow "Toolbox" Trouble Light T430 1997
Black "Work Gear" Langern with Yellow O-Ring, Lanyard, and "Eveready" Logo V109 1997
Black "Work Gear" Lantern with Lanyard V109 1997
1AAA Cell Black Focusing "AccuSpot" X112 1997
1AAA Cell Blue Focusing "AccuSpot" X112 1997
1AAA Cell Green Focusing "AccuSpot" X112 1997
1AAA Cell Red Focusing "AccuSpot" X112 1997
2AA Cell Black Focusing "AccuSpot" X215 1997
2AA Cell Green Focusing "AccuSpot" X215 1997
2AA Cell Red Focusing "AccuSpot" X215 1997
2D Cell Black Focusing "AccuSpot" X250 1997
2D Cell Blue Focusing "AccuSpot" X250 1997
2D Cell Green Focusing "AccuSpot" X250 1997
2D Cell Red Focusing "AccuSpot" X250 1997
2 Cell Blue Plastic Centennial Flashlight 3251 1998
2 Cell Fuschia Centennial with White Slide Switch 3251 1998
2 Cell Light with Target/Ganassi Logo 3251 1998
2 Cell Red Centennial Flashlight with Slide Switch 3251 1998
Squeeze Lite (White) "Light In The Night" 4212 1998
2D Cell Red "Superbright" with Black Head and Ring Hanger (logo v2) E250 1998
2 Cell Focusing Retro Light (MIB) T3853 1998
Black Eyeglasses with Dual Lights 1999
Retro Flashlight Gift Set (by Dayton Hudson Corp.) 1999
2AA Cell Red "Superbright" with Black Head and Ring Hanger (logo v2) E220 1999
2 Cell "Sport Gear" Ergonomic Purple / Yellow / Black with Lanyard SP220 1999
2 Cell Black / Leopard Imprint with Black Slide Switch 3251 2000
2 Cell Black / Zebra Imprint with Black Slide Switch 3251 2000
2 Cell Yellow / Black Cat Imprint with Black Slide Switch 3251 2000
2 Cell Yellow / Flowers Imprint with Black Slide Switch 3251 2000
2 Cell Yellow / Ladybug Imprint with Black Slide Switch 3251 2000
2AA Cell "Industrial" Black / Yellow with Ring Hanger (logo v1) IN215 2000
2D Cell "Industrial" Black / Yellow with Ring Hanger (logo v2) IN251 2000
2 Cell Grey "Work Gear" Light with Yellow Ring and "Eveready" Logo V235 2000
2 Cell Black "Work Gear" with Yellow O-Ring, Slide Switch, and "Eveready" Logo V250 2000
2 Cell Dark Green "Work Gear" with Red O-Ring, Slide Switch, and "Eveready" Logo V250 2000
Push Button Key Ring Light 2001
2AA Cell Green "Superbright" with Black Head and Ring Hanger E220 2001

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