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Brunton Lamplight 360 LED Lantern/Flashlight

by Brunton
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About the Product

  • 360-degree LED lantern offers an even beam of light in all directions
  • Durable ABS plastic/polycarbonate construction
  • User-friendly, soft rubber, two-position switch
  • Lantern hanger for hands-free area lighting
  • Omnivore Variable Battery Technology--runs off D, C, AA (included) or AAA batteries


Product Description

Product Description

The first 360 degree LED lantern brings new technology to a classic. No reflectors are required to pour an even beam of light on camp with no dead, black spots. Not only is the LED unique, this lantern runs for hours off of D, C AA or AAA batteries, whichever you have handy. It's called Omnivore Variable Battery Technology, a patent-pending design exclusive to us. Push the head in to use a flashlight, pull it out for a lantern. Customer Care at 1-800-443-4871 or www.brunton.com

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The Brunton Lamplight 360-degree LED lantern/flashlight is designed to cast an even beam in all directions with no dark spots. Built for versatility, the flashlight is equipped with a lantern hanger for hands-free area lighting and features Omnivore Variable Battery Technology that allows you to use whichever D, C, AA, or AAA batteries you have handy. Constructed with durable ABS plastic/polycarbonate housing, the Lamplight 360 is ready to light up your next adventure.

Features and Specifications:

  • ABS plastic/polycarbonate construction
  • Dynasty LED
  • High/low modes
  • Lumens output: 65 (high); 22 (low)
  • Lux rating at 2 meters: 7 (Lantern Mode); 35 (Flashlight Mode)
  • Run time: up to 32 hours using D-cell battery
  • Power: D, C, AA, or AAA batteries
  • Two AA batteries included
  • Weight: 6.6 ounces with two AA batteries
  • Dimensions: 4.3 by 1.3 inches


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 6 x 2 inches ; 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001MV725M
  • Item model number: 81-100732
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #587,991 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Nathan C. Pusey on June 29, 2009
This is a nifty light. It takes any normal AA,AAA,C,or D battery. The lantern feature is the main reason I bought this as I'll be using it as a tent lantern and flashlight backpacking.

I've tried it with a single AAA up to a D cell battery and both produce a good amount of light. I imagine the main difference is run time, there was a bit of brightness difference (AA seemed dimmest actually, D brightest) but you can play around and see what works best for you. There are two levels of brightness, both being bright enough to light up a small room or decent sized tent when in lantern mode. The beam spreads out very well, it doesn't use reflectors, so there aren't any dead zones, the bulb is actually like an led ring. The flashlight mode works like most other LED flashlights, which I am not a huge fan of, because you cannot focus the beam, but it does the job.

The light is a little larger than I expected, probably more like 6" long, but it is fairly light using AAA or AA batteries. The D cell made it significantly heavier, but it felt better in the hand. I'll be using this backpacking as a flashlight and as a tent lantern.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Blankenship HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on April 25, 2010
I admit right from the start that I am a push over for new gadgets and am rather helpless in resisting new flashlights. I must have a "thing" for these hand held lighting devices as over the years I must have had hundreds of them and sadly, I keep buying others even though I have perfectly fine ones already in my possession. Anyway...

I felt a great need to give this Brunton Lamplight 360 LED Lantern/Flashlight a try despite the rather high end price. It features "Omnivore Variable Battery Technology," which was another factor in my purchasing it as I am always impressed with large technical words; they dazzle me. I am really bad about having many batteries around the house, car, barn and storage sheds, but for the most part I never have the particular size I need at any given moment. I think there must be a universal law about that; sort of like when to do laundry, one sock always goes missing! Like where does it go? Why do I never have the correct battery available? Perhaps one day someone will stumble on the answer to those mystic questions. As an "omnivore," this light will use any size of the most common batteries: D, C, AA or AAA. If the batteries go croakers on you at the worse time, you do not have to try to dash to the store at all hours of the night. In my case I am sure to have a couple packages of at least one or two of the required units stashed somewhere.

This is a neat light for camping or backpacking and the unit allows you freedom of your hands while still providing the needed light. The unit also hast a nice metal clip built into the base so than it can be hung.

Now for the down side: I, like another reviewer had problems seating the AA batteries and the AAA and still do.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Battery Geek on April 8, 2011
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Just my video review on this great little lantern......Included in this video will be a lighting demo of the product.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Kostovny on February 9, 2010
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I was looking for a flashlight that could also be used as a lantern. This one seemed to fit the bill, and the ability to use multiple types of battery seemed too neat to pass up.

Now that I've received the flashlight, I'm somewhat disappointed. Yes, it is certainly a flashlight that can easily convert to a lantern, but the beam has evenly distributed but overall dim light. There is clearly a reflector that is lowered onto the bulb when switching from lantern to flashlight modes; the even light distribution is due to the O-shaped indirect bulb, as compared to other manufacturers' directional bulbs. I suspect I'm used to this style of beam offered by other manufacturers (like Mag or Streamlight). I prefer a brighter spot in the middle of the beam-- I didn't realize how much a difference this made until the Lamplight. In lantern mode, the bulb isn't bright enough to hurt your eyes, but it's also not bright enough to be used for much more than rough navigation of a dark room.

The packaging states this light will output 65 lumens in high power and 22 in low. Also, the packaging notes that this light is tent-friendly because it outputs no heat. I'd have to agree, even though I've not used it in a tent yet, that it does run cool and should put out plenty of light for a tent.

Pros:
Multiple battery compartment is convenient, mostly functional
All plastic construction, but feels sturdy.
Lantern to torch switch takes some effort, so it won't slide undesirably.

Cons:
Couldn't get 3xAA to work. 1xAA, 2xAA and 1xD all work fine.
Dim for it's size
Multiple AA batteries work in parallel, not series, so same voltage provided and brightness.
Price seems high compared to other LED lanterns.
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I received this as a promotional gift, and I've been totally pleased with it. First of all, it's not a typical super bright LED flashlight, and wouldn't be the right purchase for you if that's what you are looking for. What it is, is a combination flashlight, with a very pleasing softer glow light, and an innovative lantern that casts an even two level, 360 degree, eye easy soft light. Just gently pull up on the refector housing to expose a unique dual ring LED, that casts it's light through a slightly yellow tinted ABS 360 lense. I find it reminiscent to the soft glow of an un flickering candle. I have given the many battery combinations usable each a try, and found the single D size battery suits my tase best. Adding a useful heft to it's sturdy design, and giving a very long life to the pleasing light. I wouldn't say it's a great lamp for reading, but more than sufficient for inside a small to medium tent, or as an emergency indoor lamp. Could even be used as a safe, smoke/.
heat free romantic candle light. It's small size and light weight make packing it easy. The ABS construction is sturdy and well made,, and it used batteries that can be found almost anyplace batteries are sold. I've had mine for over two years and only replaced the single cell D sized battery twice. Both times the flashlight/lantern had not completely lost power. I just have a habit of replacing batteries when they show signs of a dimmer light. I even find myself using it indoors at my house, rather than a super bright Maglight, or a larger camp lantern I have no complaints as to operational costs either. Only the two battery replacements in two years of use (one D sized cell at each replacement) and it often runs all night, on nights used. Prices seem to varie, but an average price of about $30 dollars, along with features I've listed, make this combination soft light flashlight/glowing lantern an item I'd surely buy again, and recommend. For my uses, it's been great
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