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Coleman Premium Dual-Fuel Lantern

September 16, 2013 - Comment

The famous Coleman lantern quality, with the versatility of Dual Fuel engineering — the Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern will run on 1.3 pints of clean-burning Coleman Fuel, or unleaded gasoline! A single full tank provides 14 hours of burn time on Low, 7 hours on High. The Premium Dual Fuel lantern lights easily with

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The famous Coleman lantern quality, with the versatility of Dual Fuel engineering — the Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern will run on 1.3 pints of clean-burning Coleman Fuel, or unleaded gasoline! A single full tank provides 14 hours of burn time on Low, 7 hours on High. The Premium Dual Fuel lantern lights easily with matches; the 2-mantles design uses standard #21 mantles (included). The Lantern features adjustable light for convenience, with porcelainized ventilators that resist rust. A filter funnel is included for clean, easy filling. Lantern weighs 3.81 pounds.The Coleman 285-700 Two-mantle Dual-Fuel Lantern is the lantern that made camping cozy. Clean-burning Coleman fuel provides a soft glow for late-night stories or a beacon to guide you back to camp. This Coleman two-mantle lantern lights with matches and has a control knob that works like a dimmer switch to let you adjust the brightness and burn time. The porcelain ventilators will prevent rusting and help this lantern last a long time.

This dual-fuel lantern can be powered by 1.3-pints of Coleman Fuel or by everyday unleaded gasoline, and will burn for up to seven hours on high or 14 hours on low.

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited lifetime warranty

Product Features

  • Powered by 1.3 pints of Coleman Fuel OR unleaded gas
  • 7 hours burn time on High, 14 hours on Low
  • Porcelainized ventilators won’t rust
  • Adjustable light
  • Filter funnel included

Comments

frogstomper says:

Back to basics My parents had an old Coleman ‘Pump’ lantern. As I remember it had only a single mantle and didn’t give off a very brilliant light, and being a youngster I always considered it a REAL PAIN to pump up the pressure…and that was usually my assigned duty. I did it, though, but when I got older and had my own family I bought a propane lantern…the Coleman NorthStar. It was great, but now that I am really, really old I hate carting around those expensive metal propane bottles that are ALWAYS in…

Nathan Wall "NW" says:

Gasoline-powered Lantern I Purchased this gasoline / white-gas fueled lantern last month. This item uses gas from YOUR vehicle’s tank (Get a $3 hose and squeeze pump from hardware stores). I always have gasoline in my truck when I go camping, but get frustrated of storing and looking for white-gas.The Lantern puts out the same power and sound as a propane-powered Lantern. It uses the same mantles, too. And, NO! There is no gas smell…

smarty says:

Bright Lantern This is a sturdy little lantern that produces a lot of light.Produces 861 lumens on high.It use 2 coleman mantle #21(easily available).Uses coleman fuel or gasoline.needs about 20-25 pump strokes at the beginning and runs for a long time.Does not need frequent pumping in between.Heating up the generator prior to lighting up the mantle prevents the flaring of the lantern at startup.The lamp gets quite hot so caution is advised.A reflector(not included) can be used with the lantern to direct the…

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