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Ready when you need it, Energizer WeatheReady Folding Area Lantern unfolds to offer 360 degrees of bright, room filling light. Ideal for extended power outages, the lantern can run for up to 135 hours with four D batteries (sold separately). In high mode, the lantern provides 96 lumens of brightness. A durable handle and the ability to fold the light on itself when not in use makes this a very portable light.
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have one already and bought this for a second location....the led's are like flourescent tubes and bright with three clicks on the button for settings which is super easy to use... Read morePublished 10 hours ago by pdxtony
Got this as a gift for friends last Christmas. They got a new house and a nice deck but the lights on the deck are kind of dim. This light was absolutely perfect all year. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Mark J. Cherry
Doesn't feel extremely durable, but seems like a nice light, offering flexibility to stand, hang or use in several configurations. I put it in my emergency box. Very compact.Published 4 days ago by Wesley Everett
Haven't used it yet, but I like the design. Giving it as a Christmas present...Published 5 days ago by SunGard Pentamation
Perfect size. Good handle. Great light. You would not be disappointed. We use them at night, as it is very dark (can't see your hand in front of your face) up here in northern... Read morePublished 10 days ago by JAK
This little lantern is something you don't need often, but when you do it's BRIGHT. We keep it in a handy location; it is a bit heavy, but the handle makes it easy to carry and the... Read morePublished 18 days ago by C.C.
This latern works very well, and is able to provide light to a good sized area. I use this as an emergency backup, as well as for lighting the shed when trying to retrieve... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Karl J. Kantor