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Coleman Twin High Power LED Lantern

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  • (4) Cree® LEDs provide 580 lumens - the brightest Coleman® Battery Lantern available
  • Up to 100 hours run-time on Low and 10 hours on High
  • Multiple light settings from Ultra-Low to High.
  • Weather-resistant construction
  • Runs on 8 D batteries (not included)
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Product Description

When you need an extraordinarily bright, reliable light, you need the Coleman Twin High-Power LED Lantern. Coleman's brightest battery lantern available, the Twin High-Power LED Lantern features four Cree LEDs, providing an impressive 580 lumens of light. On a set of 8 D-cell batteries (sold separately), the lantern will run up to a full 100 hours on Low, and 10 hours on High. The lantern's rotating dial lets you shed just as much light as you need—from Ultra-Low to High. The High-Power LED Lantern is durably constructed to be weather-resistant, so it stands up to the elements.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 7.5 x 9 inches ; 4.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001O3F5Y8
  • Item model number: 2000001808
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,268 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Great for camping, power outages, or as a shed light.
JBlairNJ
I did test this out in our rather large living room when it's pitch black and it lights it up well enough for everyone to see everything.
Craig
It is very bright and I love that you can adjust the light - dim when needed.
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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Wanos on July 5, 2012
PROS: Bright and adjustable light intensity.
CONS: BE WARNED: Handles *WILL* come loose. What this means to you is that your lantern can drop anytime and break and/or fall on your feet!

I bought two of these lanterns and have had them for a year. I take very good care of every product I own. I clean the dust, don't toss things and don't keep them in the rain. I've used them maybe half a dozen times. After 3 camping trips (2+ nights) or so, one of the lantern's handle became loose on the sides where they attach to the top of the lantern. Shaking the lantern a little, I was able to hear a little rattle. In addition, a little tiny part came out. The manufacturer must have tiny parts holding the handle to the lantern itself. What this means to you is that the handle bar spreads out and becomes loose, ultimately disconnecting from the lantern. Consequently, your lanterna can drop and break while you're carrying it! I've had to take out the handle bar, squeeze it so that they come back closer together (kinda like squeezing a set of tongs). But you have to do this multiple times during a camping trip.

Sadly, after a dozen camping trips, the second lantern experienced the exact same problem on one side of the handle. I expect the other side to have this problem very soon. What interested me in buying this lantern was the number of lumens it was advertised as having. However, if I knew the handles would break with only after a few camping trips, I would have never bought them. Other Coleman lanterns I've bought in the past (390 lumens) have not broken yet like this. I am disappointed that although I am cautious when I carry the lantern, at any moment, someone else could be carrying my lanterns, the handles come loose and the lantern falls and breaks.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Lie2me on September 25, 2009
Coleman's LED Lantern names are confusing.

This one that Altrec is selling is Coleman's "High Performance" Twin LED Lantern.

Coleman's "High Performance" Twin LED Lantern has a max output of 580 lumens.
This has the CREE LED bulbs that you will find in higher output LED flashlights and lamps/lanterns.

In contrast, Coleman's Twin LED Lantern (without the "high performance") only has a max output of 390 lumens.

Thus, Coleman's "High Performance" Twin LED Lantern can provide a higher light output for the added costs.

Having only used this momentarily, it seems to work well.
I will know better when I take it camping soon.

One obvious advantage LED lanterns have over gas lanterns is that you can bring the LED lantern right into your tent without worry of a fire.
The disadvantage is in the light output (which seems to be getting better all the time) and the higher costs of batteries versus the lower cost of white fuel ($4/gallon unleaded).
However, LED lanterns may be lower maintenance as there is never a mantel to replace. Also D size batteries may be easier to find in your corner grocery store than fuel for the lantern.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JBlairNJ on February 21, 2013
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I had gotten two of these just prior to hurricane Sandy, and I was without power for 19 days. Never had to replace the batteries, and lit an entire room well enough to see without any other light. Just wish I had more! Great for camping, power outages, or as a shed light.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. McMullan on October 7, 2013
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Love this for the brightness and overall reliability fit and finish. But, the factory handles will fall off faster than you can say "Coleman Twin High Power". I put a 1/4" black rope in place of the clanking, falling off handle.

To disassemble, the top cap "unscrews" - sort of, it's a twist lock apparatus. Just look "under" the top cap and you'll see the slides. Put a screwdriver tip on the left side of one of the slides and tap the screwdriver handle gently with a rubber mallet to twist the cap around, and it'll come right off. Really, it's easy.

Inside the top, you'll see all the wiring coming up the center hollow rod, with a nut on the end. FIRST, take out the six screws holding the clear plastic to the bottom of black plastic lid. Then, flip back over and take the nut off the hollow rod with a pair of pliers. The wires should have enough play in them that the lid will come apart far enough to get out the stinking worthless "C" clips that (once held) the metal handle.

Now, to use a rope instead, I drilled 1/4 holes (well, really a bit larger, like 9/32) right down through the black plastic where the old handle was and out through the clear plastic underneath. Then, vacuum out the chunks of plastic (drill dust) that invariably went around inside the lantern. Put it all back together and slip the rope through holes, getting the loop as short or long as you want it, tie the rope off on each side, and Viola! better than new.

Couple of notes: when reassembling, the rod likes to slip down where you cannot get the nut back on. Flip it over, take out the batteries and you'll see the other end of the rod down in there.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ccphilly on July 30, 2012
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I LIVE IN FLORIDA, With the upcoming hurricane season at hand I needed I bright
portable light just in case.

After reading the reviews, I purchased the "Coleman twin high power lantern."
I really do not like to give any product 5 stars, but I could not in good conceince give it only 4 stars. This lantern turns a dark area into daytime. Coleman Twin High Power LED Lantern
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