Reproduction of the 4.5V disposable flat battery used by the Wehrmacht during World War II. Two models available Daimon battery and Wehrmacht battery with Morse code.
In 1901, Paul Schmidt developed a so-called flat battery (4.5 V battery) which consisted of three 1.5 V cells arranged side by side. The batteries were mass-produced and conquered world markets under the Daimon brand. Duracell took over the Daimon brand in 1983.
Reproduction can be used in the original or other lamps. Battery with morse code was most often used in hand lanterns.
Battery life during steady light (3.5V bulb)
- up to 5 hours = bright light
- 5-8 hours = fading light
- 8 hours = afterglow approx. 7 meters
- 9 hours = afterglow approx. 2 meters
- 10 hours = afterglow at arm's length