Flashlight FAQs:


Q: Are flashlights used as a light source when in a place with no power?

A: Yes.

Q: Was a flashlight an angle-head flashlight issued to US military personnel?

A: Yes, similar style lights remain popular.

Q: Are flashlights cylindrical in design?

A: Yes, and with the lamp assembly attached to one end.

Q: Are flashlights designed for user replacement of the batteries and the bulb as needed?

A: Yes, and fully sealed disposable flashlights, such as inexpensive keyring lights, are made.

Q: Is a flashlight turned off?

A: Yes, and can be useful to observe animals without disturbing them.

Q: Is a flashlight used for signalling?

A: Yes, for example, in railway yards.

Q: Are flashlights required only in emergencies?

A: Yes.

Q: Was a flashlight the Arc LS?

A: Yes, and designed in 2001.

Q: Is a flashlight not likely to set off an explosion outside the light?

A: Yes.

Q: Are flashlights generally made of plastic or aluminum?

A: Yes.

Q: Are flashlights the battery?

A: Yes.

Q: Are flashlights used for signalling?

A: Yes, and special inspection tasks, forensic examination, or to track the blood trail of wounded game animals.

Q: Were flashlights popular during the Second World War since replacement batteries were difficult to obtain?

A: Yes.