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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
Disposable Purple Zap Light Older Style V220-2ACS 2003
2 Cell Black "Work Gear" with Yellow O-Ring, Slide Switch, and "Energizer" Logo V250 2003
2 Cell "Find Me" Transparent Blue with LED Locator VAL2DL1EN 2003
2 Cell "Find Me" Transparent Gray with LED Locator VAL2DL1EN 2003
2 Cell "Find Me" Transparent Red with LED Locator VAL2DL1EN 2003
Waterproof Green Lantern WP1LB 2003
Waterproof Industrial Yellow Lantern WP1LB 2003
Waterproof Orange Lantern WP1LB 2003
Waterproof Purple Lantern WP1LB 2003
Yellow / Blue Full Access Waterproof Lantern with Hanging Strap WP1LB 2003
2 Cell Green Waterproof Light with Black O-Ring & Black/Yellow Lanyard WP220 2003
2AA Cell Water Fun Green Waterproof Light WP220 2003
2AA Cell Water Fun Orange Waterproof Light WP220 2003
2AA Cell Water Fun Purple Waterproof Light WP220 2003
2D Cell Water Fun Green Waterproof Light WP250 2003
2D Cell Water Fun Orange Waterproof Light WP250 2003
2D Cell Water Fun Purple Waterproof Light WP250 2003
Disney "Lion King" Simba Light with Ring Hanger 2004
2 Cell Yellow with Black Slide Switch & Head (1995 Version) Flashlight with "Celebrate 2004" Imprint 3251 2004
Blue/Gray Compact LED with Rubber Grip CLED4AA-E 2004
Grey/Black LED BookLight with Flex Neck FNL2BU1CS 2004
Disney "Incredibles" with Lanyard ICD2AA1EN 2004
Disney "The Incredibles" Dash Squeeze Light ICDBP 2004
Disney "The Incredibles" Mr. Incredible Squeeze Light ICDBP 2004
Disney "The Incredibles" Syndrome Squeeze Light ICDBP 2004
Disney "The Incredibles" Syndrome Backpack LED Squeeze Light ICDCBP 2004
"Finding Nemo" Bruce with Lanyard NEMO2AAE 2004
"Finding Nemo" Dory with Lanyard NEMO2AAE 2004
"Finding Nemo" Nemo with Lanyard NEMO2AAE 2004
Black Plastic Penlight with Twist Switch P211WB-A 2004
Blue Plastic Penlight with Twist Switch P211WB-A 2004
Disney "Princess" Flashight with Sparkles PRNDW2AA 2004
2 Cell White "QuickSwitch" uses either 2AA, 2C or 2D QS2AACD-E 2004
White Rechargeable LED with Nightlight Option RCL1NM2BP 2004
Disney "Tigger" Bouncy Light with Sparkles TIGDW2AA 2004
1 Cell Red/Black Auto Alert with LED Flasher AUTO1DLEN 2005
"Cinderella" Pendant Light CIN1BU1 2005
2 Cell Cinderella Special Edition Light for DVD Release CIND2AAE 2005
2 Cell Blue/Grey 4 LED Head CLED2D-E 2005
4 Cell Fluorescent Folding Lantern with LED Nightlight FL450 2005

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