Photo courtesy of Cagey G.
Imported from China.
If a hand clasp doesn’t work, should I try kissing the flashlight?
When we say Manual Guidance, we really mean it!
Cretaceous batteries are just not good enough.
A torch for the dinosaurs
A flashlight that piosons before it kills
I imagine if the batteries are extinct, as different to extant, then no one will have them in stock.
Abnormal sound? So, what is the sound of one hand clasping?
I don’t see the point of replacing the new batteries…?
It clasps the fixed switch, or else it gets the abnormal sound again !
From now on, extinction will be a concern no more.
Just replace with a new one.
Clasp softly. Do not assault battery.
Mercury CR2032 batteries may actually be extinct. On the card of CR2032s I have, it says they’re lithium.
Don’t worry about the torch. It will see you out.
It has a half-life of 170 million years.
I issued an abnormal sound but I did not irradiate.
“Forbid to irradiate eyes” – good advice for life there!
Droll not Troll 7:47: obviously this flashlight uses neither mercury nor lithium, it uses uranium batteries.
DrLex | 7:01 am: Marum may be right about the half-life!