|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 2 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||40426|
|Batteries||3 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Average Battery Life||48 hours|
CREE 40426 110 Lumens Bright Light CREE XLamp Warm White Camping LED Lantern
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- Superior Quality LED Lantern powered by the XR-E CREE Warm White LED
- Tender warm white light protects your eyes in dark environment
- Features with 3 different mode - high, low and flashing mode
- Comes with a carabiner clip, you can hang it on a tree or tent
- Long battery life, uses 3 AA batteries (Included) - 24 hours on high, 48 hours on low
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Top Customer Reviews
1.) It's small, and easy to put in the backpack
2.) On low, (which is not much different from high) it runs a LONG time.
3.) It takes my rechargeable batteries easily (some lanterns are a bit too small such as my xb glorb).
4.) The light is NOT obnoxious, it has a tint that is just as good as an incandescent.
5.) The light output is appropriate for it's size (NO, It's not a gas lantern, but as far as LED's go, it's fantastic).
I have purchased two from this vendor and will purchase a couple more.
If you currently own old school LED's and hate the blueish light output, you won't regret purchasing this... It looks so close to normal light!
I just had a power outage due to some damage to lines, I was comfortable, able to navigate around my house, and suffered NO eyestrain. Two units were enough to give me ample light to take a bath, read, play cards, fix a sandwich and find batteries for my A.M. radio.
1/4/10 little lights are still going great, I love the color of the natural light. P.S. Eneloops will not last as long as long as 2650 mah batteries if you are using rechargeables.
LED, thus a long battery life with low draw and low heat output compared to traditional bulbs.
Small Light Weight Package, that I hang from the Zipper on my Bimini top on my boat.
Bright 360 degree output for it's size, I run it on the low setting, but I wish there was an even lower level as option.
We hang this light from the Bimini Top on my 25' Boat and it easily provides a nice glow of light on the whole Open Cockpit. Much nicer than having to use a flashlight to make cocktails and find things. This latern just lights up the whole are.
My friend, just borrowed mine last week and he already ordered one for his Boat as well!!!
My only negative would be that the price seams high at first, but I don't regret paying it.
The run time is about 6 hours at the brightest setting, and it will remain dimmer but still usable for a few hours after that. It might last a little longer at the brightest setting if it was regulated, but I would rather have it die gradually so I have time to replace the batteries, than have it last a little longer and have it the light die quickly. The build quality is superb with an anodized aluminum body and sturdy polycarb elsewhere. The top and bottom caps have protective rubber on them, and the top cap is easily removable to make a great, very wide flood angle flashlight with only a hint of a center hotspot. The end caps are sealed with O-rings so I would say that it is at least heavy rain proof, although I haven't tested this yet. I now own two of them and would love to buy two more. They are really that good.
I have seen this light criticized because of glare. Well, I don't find that a problem because I guess I don't look directly at it maybe? Not sure, but something that may help is wrapping the globe with something that diffuses the light a bit more. Scotch tape would work very well. That would be an easy fix if glare is a problem for you.
They are available in both the warm white and the cool white. Look around and you can find both. The cool white version used to be sold at Target under the River Rock brand name. I prefer the warm white. It's a little easier on the eyes and is a closer match to a typical incandescent light. The warm white is more of a natural light, whereas the white light is a bit too harsh, something like a cool white flourescent light.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
110 lumens is too dim imo. Particularly during a power outage can't see enough.Published 6 days ago by Tom T. Wu
Great light, do wish it had a focused beam sometimes. Very useful for camping to light inside of a tent.Published 2 months ago by nodroG
I love this little Lantern
The only cons is the price it can be pricey and
no real way to turn it off because when the light is off the green light still blinks, I... Read more
Just realized this item is currently unavailable - that is a shame I hope they bring it back because this is an amazing light. Read morePublished 5 months ago by MiaDramaQueen
This is really bright and much smaller than I thought it would be! I was expecting something the size of a can of soda but it is smaller than that. It really lights up a room.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
I simply love this one. Small, bright.
The 2nd level could be even less bright.