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Flashlights : Rayovac (171)


The French Battery Company is founded in Madison , Wisconsin. 1930's - The French Battery Company is renamed the Rayovac Company. 1949 - Rayovac introduces the crown cell alkaline for hearing aids and launches the famous steel Sportsman flashlight. 1984 - Rayovac introduced the Workhorse premium flashlight with its lifetime warranty. 1992 - A new Workhorse Fluorescent Lantern is introduced by Rayovac to provide the consumer more light features. 2001 - Rayovac introduces break-through 1-Hour Charger and high capacity Nickel-Metal Hydride Rechargeable Batteries.

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Photo Description Model # Circa
2 Cell Black Plastic Workhorse 2000
2 Cell Black/Red Plastic Swivel Head Light with Belt Clip 2000
Black Plastic "Workhorse" Lantern with Flasher on Back 2000
Black Penlight VAAAB 2000
Green Penlight VAAAB 2000
AA "Hello Kitty" with Lanyard 2001
Black Multi-Tool Flashlight / Workman RMT4AA 2001
"Hello Kitty" Keychain Light HK1AA-B 2003
"Hello Kitty" Lantern HK4AALN 2003
LED Headlight with Pivoting Head LEDHL-B2 2003
Orange Plastic "Scooby Doo" Light with Bone on Lanyard 2004

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