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Bulb Reflector A reflector with an approximately parabolic shape concentrates the light emitted by the bulb into a directed beam-made of mostly metal and thin plastic called Compact Ballast en.m.wikipedia.org Flashlight - Wikipedia
Bulb Reflector A reflector with an approximately parabolic shape concentrates the light emitted by the bulb into a directed beam. en.m.wikipedia.org Flashlight - Wikipedia
Outer Shell of the torch-mostly made of rubber Metal button for the switch of a torch. It is made of rubber so that the electricity can not be conducted through, the outer casing for a torch can also be made out of plastic which is also a suitable material. The rubber also is strong enough to hold its shape even under the heat of the bulb. Most of the time the plastic they use is ABS thermoplastic.
Battery-C size lasts up to 20 hours-made of nickel.A 'C' battery measures 50 millimetres (1.97 in) length and 26.2 millimetres (1.03 in) diameter. The battery is easy to recycle once it has stopped working, you can take to battery retailers, such as Battery Plus. en.m.wikipedia.org C battery - Wikipedia
Rubber ring to support the bulb and bulb reflector. The rubber is strong enough to hold its shape and can easily attach to the rubber casing or outer shell of the torch. This ring can also be made out of a plastic called ABS thermoplastic.
Rubber piece attaches to the bottom of the bulb reflector by twisting round. It attaches to the bulb reflector so that it holds the bulb in place, because it it sticks out of the reflector. Made of the same material used for the rubber casing or outer shell of the torch, and the rubber ring that attaches to the outer shell.
Grip on the middle of the torch so that it is easy to hold.