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Eveready Industrial Floating LED Battery-Powered Lantern
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Eveready

Industrial Floating LED Battery-Powered Lantern

  • Dependable and well priced Flashlight
  • Water Resistant
  • 6 Volt battery included
$4.97 /each

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The Eveready Industrial Floating LED Battery-Powered Lantern provides long-lasting lighting when you need it. The lantern features a durable plastic casing and a shatterproof lens and requires one 6-Volt super-heavy-duty battery (battery included).

  • (1) 6-Volt super-heavy-duty battery provides up to 65 hours of run time (battery included)
  • LED provides plenty of bright white light
  • Plastic casing for durability
  • Shatterproof lens is long lasting
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Does the Everready flashligt LED come with a light bulb.(Not familiar with LED)

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October 12, 2014
Bought one & there is no bulb visible
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February 23, 2016
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Yes, it does come with a bulb.
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February 23, 2016
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LED means light emitting diode. There is no traditional (incandescent) bulb used.
Last longer, brighter light, no real heat produced.
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February 10, 2016
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Yes, it has an LED bulb that puts out a lot of light.
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December 31, 2015
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yes
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November 12, 2015
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The answer by eskelin is not correct. You will not affect an LED by touching it. That warning applies to quartz halogen bulbs or bulbs that go into slide/movie projectors because they generate a great amount of heat and the oil on your finger(s) can cause the glass to fracture when the bulb is turned on. As an engineer, I frequently handle LEDs directly. The main warning about LEDs is to be careful Read More
The answer by eskelin is not correct. You will not affect an LED by touching it. That warning applies to quartz halogen bulbs or bulbs that go into slide/movie projectors because they generate a great amount of heat and the oil on your finger(s) can cause the glass to fracture when the bulb is turned on. As an engineer, I frequently handle LEDs directly. The main warning about LEDs is to be careful touching any heat sink (if there is one attached to the LED) directly because they will be much hotter than the LED itself...which remains relatively cool to the touch, especially when compared to any other bulb. Read Less
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September 11, 2015
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YES! The 'bulb' is actually a Light Emitting Diode, a very efficient source of light. This gives a much longer light (burn) time than a conventional bulb.
It is difficult to see the LED looking in through the lens.
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April 22, 2015
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Yes But be sure when handling any LED bulb to NOT touch it directly with your fingers the oil from your skin can ruin the bulb
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January 1, 2015
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No bulb required for this torch design. I was suprised to not see a bulb but i guess this model works with the inner reflection of the aluminum torch head or whatever material is used, maybe no bulb gives a decent size glow beam but not a full potential illumination like the police beams. Remove black cover on the middle spring from 6v battery to make it work if thats your situation on why not turning Read More
No bulb required for this torch design. I was suprised to not see a bulb but i guess this model works with the inner reflection of the aluminum torch head or whatever material is used, maybe no bulb gives a decent size glow beam but not a full potential illumination like the police beams. Remove black cover on the middle spring from 6v battery to make it work if thats your situation on why not turning on. Read Less
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December 17, 2014
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No; however, this lantern comes with it and the battery. Just install the battery and you're set.
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November 5, 2014
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Yes the bulb is on the inside of the flashlight,
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October 13, 2014
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Resolved by myself. Took packaging off & figured it out-EMMIE
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Is there anyway to replace lens? My daughter tossed away in error.

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I don't know if you mean the reflector or the clear cover. If the clear cover you might try a cut-to-fit piece of plastic from a report cover, and add a rubber band around the threads of the case to act as a gasket, and to take up slack space. If the reflector, a piece of aluminum foil could probably be formed to help direct the beam better than nothing. Best though, since the flashlight is an absolute Read More
I don't know if you mean the reflector or the clear cover. If the clear cover you might try a cut-to-fit piece of plastic from a report cover, and add a rubber band around the threads of the case to act as a gasket, and to take up slack space. If the reflector, a piece of aluminum foil could probably be formed to help direct the beam better than nothing. Best though, since the flashlight is an absolute bargain,,,I got mine for the cost of a 6-volt battery, just go to HD and replace it...you'll then have spare parts, if your daughter gets into it again! Read Less
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How to Replace the LED bulb?

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February 26, 2016
The LED bulb that came with the unit died when the flashlight fell. However, the bulb will not budge to get it out.

Is there a way to get it out and replace with a new bulb?
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It is very unlikely that the LED is damaged. They are not made of glass and they are almost indestructible by mechanical shock. More than likely there is a bad connection. The problem may be at the connections to the switch, the switch itself, or the two connections to the battery terminals. But the problem may be inside of the plastic housing that holds the LED which is really non serviceable. you can Read More
It is very unlikely that the LED is damaged. They are not made of glass and they are almost indestructible by mechanical shock. More than likely there is a bad connection. The problem may be at the connections to the switch, the switch itself, or the two connections to the battery terminals. But the problem may be inside of the plastic housing that holds the LED which is really non serviceable. you can test the assembly by connecting it directly to the battery terminals with clip leads and shorting the two metal strips that contact the switch with an additional clip lead. If it does not light, reverse the leads on the battery terminal. If it still does not light, the problem is a bad connection on the inside of the plastic housing. If it does light then there is a bad connection to the switch or battery or the switch is broken.
I have bought 12 of these so far as gifts (kept 2) and have had zero failures. You may want to buy a new one. They are worth it. I modified all mine for longer run time (added resistor, 300 hours) so mine have had a lot of use. One of them is on battery number 3 and after nearly 1000 hours the only problem is the rubber cover on the switch has torn.
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What brand is the 50 lumen led bulb provided with this flashlight?

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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 162 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great value Great for the money ...bright light easy to hold.. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is the best flashlight I own The LED lamp draws so little power that this light will stay on for days before the battery dies, it's bright enough for any job and throws light in a wide pattern that allows you to work with it without having to constantly move it around. It's also great for extended power outages. And you can't beat the price. October 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Flashlight, easy to use the flashlight was easy to use, assembled by only inserting the battery and screwing the top on. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I needed a battery for my old lantern, a battery alone was same price as this lantern/battery combo so bought this, happy I did, works well and LED bulb should make battery last much longer. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great light for the price Excellent light for under $6. Yes its a bit bulky, but its pretty tough and bright. Good battery life too. Also it Will fit under the seat of your car for when you need it. October 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by battery light battery powered light. Worked as advertised Lasted thru the hurricane so I guess it met expectations October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hurricane necessity LED flashlight with a battery for $4.95. How can you beat that? October 11, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Does its job The industrial floating led battery powered lantern is of average quality. October 11, 2016
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