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Flashlights : Rayovac (171)

1906-Present

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.

For more information, visit the Rayovac website



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Photo Description Model # Circa
2 Cell Nickel Plated Light with Dual Switch Spot/Flood Option, "Old Dash Logo" and Cloud Logo Endcap 22DL 1935
2 Cell Nickel Plated with Cloud Logo K-22-F 1935
Metal Pen Light with Slide Switch PAA2 1935
2 Cell Black Rubberized with Cloud Logo 1939
2 Cell Mine Approved #611 Black Rubberized with Cloud Logo 1939
3 Cell Black Rubberized with Cloud Logo and Original Box G-32 1939
2 Cell Bullet 1940
2 Cell Red Chrome Candle Light 1940
2 Cell Red Traffic Wand Bullet Light 1940
3 Cell Miners Light with Cloud Logo on Head, Slide and Flash Button Switch and Ring Hanger (missing) 1940
Nickel Plated Pen Light with Collar Switch and Cloud Logo 1940
2 Cell Dark Green Plastic Right Angle with Could Logo TL-122-D 1944
8 Cell Brown/Tan "Hunter" Lantern with Pull Clasp 1950
8 Cell Brown/Tan "Hunter" Lantern with Slide Clasp and All Black Logo 398 1950
2 Cell Rubber Safety Light with Cloud Logo and Red Button/Slide Switch BM-22 1950
3 Cell Rubber Safety Light with Cloud Logo and Red Button/Slide Switch BM-32 1950
Penlight with Toggle Switch C19-S 1950
Nitehawk Head Lite with Original Box L-298-FS 1950
Penlight with Twist Switch and Original Box Z-21-P 1950
2 Cell Art Deco Captain Rayovac Rocket Ship Light with Comic Book (MIB) 1952
2 Cell Chrome Light with Could Logo 1952
2 Cell "Handyman" Light with Red Band Slide Switch and Cloud Logo 1953
3 Cell "Handyman" Light with Red Band Slide Switch and Cloud Logo 1954
"Little Sportsman" Cardboard Flashlight Display with 6 Lights 1955
"Little Sportsman" Chrome Swivel Head Light 1955
2 Cell Crhome Plated Light with Slide Switch F22R 1955
2 Cell 14k Gold Plated Mini Bullet Light with Cloud Logo (MIB) 1957
Chrome Pen Light with Sliding Switch and Cloud Logo (MIB) P-20 1959
2 Cell Baby Bullet Light with "New Dash Logo" on Head, and Slide/Flash Button Switch 1960
3 Cell Chrome Woodsman with Ring Hanger 1960
3 Cell Ribbed Metallic "Sportsman" Light with Ring Hanger, Slide and Flash Button Switch and Red Traffic Wand 1960
5 Cell Chrome Woodsman with Ring Hanger 1960
8 Cell "Nite Hawk" Lantern 1960
Sportsman Junior 1960
Brown Plastic Lantern LM8 1960
2 Cell "Sportsman" Baby Light with Logo on Barrel and Ring Hanger 6" MOL 1965
2 Cell "Sportsman" Baby Light with Logo on Barrel and Ring Hanger 6.125" MOL 1965
2 Cell "Sportsman" with Plate Logo on Barrell 7-1/8" MOL 1965
2 Cell Plated Ribbed Light with Slide Switch 1965
2 Cell Sportsman Magnet Light 1965

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