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Coleman 3000000923 Dual Fuel Lantern

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Price: $59.88 - $196.00
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Coleman 3000000923 Dual Fuel Lantern + Coleman Tie-Style Mantle, 4-Pack + Coleman Liquid-Fuel Lantern Hard-Shell Carry Case (colors may vary)
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Product Description

Premium Dual Fuel Lantern, Powered By 1.3 PT Of Coleman Fuel Or Unleaded Gas, 7 Hours Burn Time On High, 14 Hours On Low, Porcelanized Ventilator Won't Rust, Adjustable Light, Lights Easily With Matches, 2 Mantle Design Used Standard No. 21 Mantles, Included, Filter Funnel Included.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 7 x 6.5 inches ; 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00GVJNDSA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #441,746 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Great lantern for car camping!
Babyjeezus
(I also mothballed my propane two-burner stove and went for the Coleman two-burner, dual fuel stove; WITH A PUMP...!!!
frogstomper
Works very well and with Coleman products parts are easy to get.
K. D. Bremner

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94 of 96 people found the following review helpful By frogstomper on May 28, 2011
Size Name: 1 Verified Purchase
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 the way.

I don't know why, but I was attracted to this Coleman double mantle, dual fuel model lantern. Quickly adding up the cost of gas these days and comparing that against the cost of the 16.4 oz propane bottles, I decided that pumping wasn't all that difficult after all, and I seem to have a lot more time to do that than I used to have as a kid. In my area unleaded regular gasoline is about one tenth the cost of an equivalent amount of bottled propane. Please don't yell at me and call me cheap...I'm just more conservative now (hate to give up a penny I don't have to).

The lantern works perfectly, the light is very bright and can be adjusted down to gently subtle. One tankful of gasoline lasts about two long evenings, and the pump even gives me a little exercise. Get one...you'll enjoy it, and throw away the propane guzzler. (I also mothballed my propane two-burner stove and went for the Coleman two-burner, dual fuel stove; WITH A PUMP...!!!
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Nathan64 on May 23, 2009
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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...
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By smarty on June 20, 2011
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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 light where you want to and inhibits the light shining into your eyes.makes a slight hissing noise but not a big deal.An economical alternative to propane and expensive battery consuming led lanterns.Simple yet effective.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Babyjeezus on June 9, 2012
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I remember my dad's old green coleman lantern growing up camping and notice that he still has and uses it! I'm almost 38 now and I have cheaped out by buying one of colmans propane lanterns a few years ago.....It stopped working last year, and nothing I tried could make the piece of junk work anymore so I trashed it. In need of a lantern (I camp often) I looked around and noticed these little dual-fuel models made just like my old man's, but with the ability to burn unleaded gas! It seemed a little pricey to me but Amazon had them for $20 less than say Wallyworld so I decided to order one from here....You get what you pay for and this is no exception. Great lantern for car camping! Burns all night on less than one tank of fuel and very bright! I use the "white gas" colman fuel but its nice to know that I have another option for fuel if I run out. Might want to get a case to protect your investment in this as well. Don't cheap out on those propane lanterns, get this or the larger model lanterns and your future grand kids might end up with one when they have kids.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Seth Johnson on November 14, 2011
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I cannot recommend this lantern more strongly than other products in this space. The propane lanterns are a post-sale continuing revenue stream for the manufacturer, to the detriment of a camper looking for conveniently-accessible fuel. In other words, those lanterns benefit the manufacturer by continuing sales of propane tanks that are non-recyclable and non-refillable.

This lantern works extremely well. Gasoline is a convenient fuel, but people have encouraged me to use the white gas.

It's durable and does not spill fuel if it is knocked over. The propane lanterns are frequently knocked over because they stand so tall. The center of gravity of this lantern is much lower thanks to the density of the fuel.

It can be difficult to light without long matches. I remedy that by removing the glass globe and top, lighting, then replacing the globe, etc. This doesn't work so well in windy conditions, however.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By willie VINE VOICE on May 29, 2009
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This is a handy stove to have for power outages or car camping. You'll find the #21 mantles nearly everywhere. A bonus is the dual-fuel capability, although if you're smart you'll use Coleman fuel unless you are forced into a situation where you have to use regular unleaded gasoline (don't use premium gas!). You can switch this lantern over to a 'regular' naphtha lantern by using an alternative generator if desired. This dual-fuel unit is a good match for the Coleman dual-fuel Sportster 533 - between the two you'll not only be covered for lighting and cooking, but also color-coordinated (if you're a lumberjack and you're OK)!

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