How is this product turned on?
VICTOR D It's simply a twist clockwise on as if you are screwing the bulb tighter. twist counter clockwise to turn off. I keep on going and the bulb comes off and you can change the batteries. the bulb can burn out which has happened to me twice over four years.
GLADYS W Twisting the front portion turns the light on and off.
(Portion by the lens) Excellent product
KEN C Twist the lens/lamp cover cap fully clockwise until it tightens. This is the same cap that you remove to replace the batteries by twisting it fully counter-clockwise. If that doesn't work, the product is probably defective.
FLORENCE C Turn the head (front) of the flashlight to the left for ON. OFF is to the right.
CHUCK C You turn the head of the flashlight, as if you were going to replace the bulb but you only need to turn it a little. It's very secure, the head is not lose at all. Overall these are the best flashlights I've ever had. There is a large four battery model as well made by the same company. Even this little one is brighter and throws light father than most maglites, much brighter and farther than maglites of compatible size. I camp all the time and keep a large flashlight in my tent, but I never worry traveling far from camp at dusk when I have this little beauty in my pocket.
RAMCEY R You simply turn the top of unit. Or, another way to put it is that you hold the top of the flashlight, and then turn the body clockwise to turn on, and counter clockwise to turn off. Pretty simple operation and great light for such a small flashlight.
RICHARD R The head of the flashlight twists to open to change batteries, and as you twist it clockwise when it stops it is on, back it off a 1/2 turn and it shuts off. Great little light.
KEVIN M Twist the top to turn on. If you twist to far "off" the lid will come off. This is also how you access the battery compartment.
JAVIER V twist the cap tight or clockwise
ANNA W Twist the head of the flashlight counterclockwise.
TOM R turn the lens cap until light come on. turn it in opposite direction until light goes off.
ROBERT F Put batteries in it and twist to turn on.