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    Industrial™ 2AA Swivel-Lite™
    rayovac

    2AA Swivel Flashlight

    SKU:ILJ2AA-BC
    Price:$6.99
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    Professional-grade flashlights for the toughest jobs.

    Model: ILJ2AA-BC

    Features and Benefits:

    • Krypton bulb
    • Smooth beam with prismatic reflector for close-in use
    • 2-way 90° and 360° swivel
    • Pocket, visor, and belt clip for hands free use
    • Easy battery replacement door
    • Lifetime warranty
    • (2) AA zinc chloride batteries included

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    Customer Reviews

    2AA Swivel Flashlight 4 5 4 4
    Very good no problems Enjoy the product very much. Thank you for sending it quickly and efficiently. July 29, 2014
    Great product feathures Product well made and size excellent for travelling light. This is the 3rd on I have purchased. Swivel light makes it special. Price & shipping efficient. November 21, 2013
    Great features I love this flashlight, I use mine all the time. I have never had any problems with it. Very bright. October 28, 2013
    Rayovac missed the boat on this one I love light, handy AA flashlights. This one looked like it had it all: compact, swivel head, a clip for the brim of a hat to make it into a headlamp. But it also has an on/off switch that can't make up its mind. Flashlights need POSITIVE on/off switches. This light, if you carry it in your pocket or tackle box, it'll decide it wants to be ON. So when you reach for it, when you really need a light, it's DEAD. Mine rides clamped to the visor of my truck now, consigned to life as a map light. That's the only place I can be reliably sure nothing will brush up against the switch. Darn shame, too. This light had potential. A shame engineers/designers have such little real life experience. They should have caught that right away. June 17, 2013
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