Leather-handled flashlight, 'Retro Classic' - Retro Classic Flashlight Curate

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Retro Classic Retro Classic Flashlight

With its powerful beam and leather-clad handle, this retro-look flashlight is... more

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With its powerful beam and leather-clad handle, this retro-look flashlight is based on a patent from 1919, updated with energy-efficient technology in the form of an ultrabright LED bulb. The two-position switch allows for momentary or constant illumination, and a fold-down steel loop allows hands-free use. Hand-sewn cowhide grip.

The flashlight takes three D batteries (not included).

  • 0.18 kgs
  • 0.4 lbs
  • Length: 24.1 cm L
  • Length: 9.5" L

  • Leather, metal
  • Batteries not included
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in USA.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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11/30/2017

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"Retro classic flashlight is not what I expected"

On the product description it says that this flashlight is made in USA. On the flashlight it says it was made in China. My husband will not allow me to give him Christmas presents made in China, and it is so cheap looking that I have to return it.

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