Eveready got its start in the early 1900s, when the American Eveready Company (developer of the original flashlight) partnered with the National Carbon Company (developer of the first D-sized dry cell battery). In 1907, Eveready announced a new battery -- the AA size -- and introduced several styles of compact vest lights using this new battery. 1911 saw the development of the AAA battery, the first nine-volt battery followed in 1956, and the first alkaline battery was brought to market in 1957. The company later developed a line of rugged personal lighting devices, as well, and people have been using Eveready batteries to power their devices ever since.
Features : Ideal personal lighting solution for wet and/or outdoor work, water-resistant lantern is rated to IPX4 standard *Floats when dropped in water for easy recovery; assembled in USA *Shines broad, bright 25-lumen beam over 80 meters *Operates for 65 hours using attached, included six-volt carbon zinc battery *Shatter-proof lens and rugged, nearly indestructible polyethylene case
Color : Yellow
Size : (1)6V
Product dimensions : 2.93x8.05x5.48 inches
Product weight : 1.7 pounds
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