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Coleman Two-Mantle Propane Lantern

September 13, 2013 - Comment

Lantern, M.L., 2-Mantle (Folding Foot Base)Coleman’s Two-Mantle Propane Lantern is as steady as they come. This lantern is pressure-regulated to control fuel flow, so you get consistent light in any temperature. This Coleman propane lantern lights with a match and has a control knob that works like a dimmer switch to let you adjust the

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Lantern, M.L., 2-Mantle (Folding Foot Base)Coleman’s Two-Mantle Propane Lantern is as steady as they come. This lantern is pressure-regulated to control fuel flow, so you get consistent light in any temperature. This Coleman propane lantern lights with a match 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 you a long time.

This lantern operates on a 16.4-ounce cylinder of Coleman propane (not included), and will burn for up to seven hours on high or 14 hours on low. With a unique, stable base and foldable feet it just doesn’t get much more convenient than this.

Manufacturer’s Warranty
Limited lifetime warranty

About Coleman
The Coleman Company has been creating and innovating products for recreational outdoor use since W.C. Coleman started selling gasoline-powered lanterns in 1900. Inventor of the hugely popular fold-up camp stove, Coleman developed a plastic liner for his galvanized steel coolers in 1957–the birth of the modern cooler–and the company has been improving their utility and design ever since. The array of products that bear the Coleman name now includes just about everything you might need to work or play outdoors, from tents and sleeping bags to boats, backpacks, and furniture.

Product Features

  • Burn time of seven hours on high, 14 hours on low
  • Unique, stable base with foldable feet
  • Porcelain ventilator won’t rust
  • Lights with matches
  • Operates on one 16.4-ounce cylinder of propane (not included)

Comments

Calamity Jane says:

Nice, but has some quirks I keep this lantern handy for power outages. I plan to take it camping next time I go. I recommend keeping the Styrofoam case that protects the glass globe. It’s much easier to dismantle and store the unit without fear of breaking the globe.This two-mantle lantern throws out lots of light. It starts easily with a match.I don’t like the way the propane tank sits in the base. To move the lantern from one room to the next you must support the plastic base, otherwise it…

Brandon Solomon "Nomolos" says:

Night turned to Day Me and some buddies go camping once a year and I (the camping guru) would always bring the battery operated bulb lanterns. Well, this past year, a friend brought along one of these and the difference was staggering. If you turn that dial as high as it goes, you can practically simulate daylight. He put it on a stand and we were able to spot a snake that was, ironically, closest to my lantern. Needless to say, I purchased one of my own the first chance I got.I prefer this model to…

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