|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||40450|
|Batteries||3 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Average Battery Life||45 hours|
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CREE 40450 185 Lumens Multi-functional LED Lantern and Torch
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- Multi-functional water-resistant LED lantern/torch at 185 lumens
- Switch between area light and focused directional light
- Capability for full light, low light, and flashing light
- 25 hours battery life for usage at full capacity, 45 hours at low capacity, and 50 hours at flash
- Rotatable hook buit in at the lantern base; package includes a convenient carrying strap, a carabiner, and four Duracell alkaline batteries to operate the lantern right out of the box
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The light works great - I like the switchable lantern-to-flashlight and I've discovered that if I turn the light part of the way I can direct the lantern light in one direction for reading but still keep the light out of my eyes. The amount of light is great - very bright and if you use a plastic grocery bag as a shroud it's great to light the tent for general soft lighting.
The problem with the unit is that the threads on the bottom are too fine/dainty. With the heavy use comes heavy traffic into the battery compartment. The threads are failing. Each time I r/r the batteries I wonder if I will get the bottom screwed back on of it this will be the time it fails completely leaving me with a useless and expensive paperweight in a place where paperweights are completely useless.
This one has a whiter, and much brighter light than the 110 lumens model. The 110 model is also very bright, but with a light more like an incandescent bulb. This one takes 4AA batteries, the 110 takes 3AA. I use the Eneloop brand NiMH batteries and they last for months of regular use on a single charge. I've never tried standard alkaline batts, so I can't comment on their life.
I love how both these lanterns have a loop on the top that allow suspension in tents, cars, etc. The 185 also has a rotating lens that allows it to be used as a nice directional flashlight. Both these models have metal bodies, and seem very well built. They also have a little green LED light that flashes every 5 seconds - perfect for finding the unit in the middle of the night.
These lights are both money very well spent. I think I can finally stop looking for the perfect camp lights.
I had bought my first one ( I bought a couple more, sadly enough )
and that first lantern seemed like a really good product. I gave it a rave review, which I have now decided to delete completely.
Here are some of the reasons why. At first opening up the plastic packaging it feels very well built. I had a little trouble closing it up after putting in 4 very highly rated Maha 2400mAh rechargeable batteries. I see a lot of reviewers mention that the bottom is very difficult to screw on without cross threading it. Ha!
It is rather easy to learn how to screw that bottom on perfectly each time. This lantern burns through any and all of the batteries i have tried, in under 12 hours and that is on its on its lowest setting! Now you all know why I got so good at doing that threading perfectly each time. Through a major amount of practice!
Warning!! Do not buy this lantern! It Will Not Burn Anything But Every Battery You Own!! THEY ARE LYING ABOUT ITS BURN RATE!!!
I have a varied small collection of smaller sized lanterns for when I am camping. So I am pretty savvy when it comes to rechargeable high capacity batteries, refresh and recharge cycles, etc. and as a test I have used the highest rated capacity batteries available. I failed. this Lantern...It burned out my 2700mah PowerEx batteries in 12 hours on low. I bought two more of these before I had realized that there is nothing that works any better, so the three of them are all burning through any batteries I have tried. Duracells, Procells, PowerExs Mahas EneloopXXs.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There's no problem, but I simply prefer the previous model, which had 3 AAs and was smaller in the hand, a warmer led color, pop-off top, and easier to screw on battery lid. Read morePublished 15 days ago by jrm
great little led lamp. could use a bit more battery life, but its got just the right amount of brightness, and for once, both the lamp and flashlight modes are made completely... Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. McCarthy
Product worked well for several camping trips. Plastic threads at bottom of lamp eventually were damaged during transit, rendering product useless. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Troy Herman
I love the versatility of this light. I've used it as an everyday flashlight, a camping lantern, and as an emergency light. Read morePublished 6 months ago by tng
I used to own the smaller, older model of this, and unfortunately they don't make it anymore. So I figured lets try this one. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Brian Taylor
This is my second Cree 40450 light. It's a great mini-lantern with a good bright light. I gave it 3 stars because the decals that show the polarity of the batteries were installed... Read morePublished 9 months ago by djdesi
stocked these because we were prone to frequent power outages. Works great and very versitile. I would buy again without hesitation, even though they are a bit pricier than some... Read morePublished 10 months ago by unlisted