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April 7, 2012

Vintage Swiss Army Flashlight

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From the website:

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A cache of circa 1950-1960s Swiss Army flashlights from a decommissioned surplus were recently discovered in Switzerland.

The flashlights feature military steel housing, a clear lens for white light, and two colored filters producing red and green lights.

The on/off switch includes a Morse Code setting for those who know how to signal — how cool is this?    

Except for a few scuffs here and there from storing, the condition of the flashlights are excellent.

Comes with a new 4.5-volt Duracell battery.

Made in Italy for the Swiss Army.

2.5" W x 4.5" H x 1.5" D. 

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$35.

[via Amy]

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