Century 7030I Portable Propane Single Mantle Mighty-Lite Lantern
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- Compact, easy to carry; made for cold-weather performance
- Includes chain so it can be hung as well as set on flat surface
- Pressure-regulated for consistent lighting
- Adjusts from dim to bright; quiet, soot-free, non-flickering operation
- Base accommodates 16.4-ounce propane cylinder (not included)
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Century "Mighty-Lite" Single Mantle Propane Lantern is regulated for the best cold weather performance. Its compact and easy to use with carry-chain handle. Adjustable light from bright to dim and uses the standard 16.4oz propane cylinder (not included). A quality feature of the "Mighty Lite" lantern, it utilizes easy-to-use Slip-On (double tie) or Slip-On "Quick Clip" mantles for durability. Quiet, soot-free and non-flickering and durable, weather-resistant construction makes this one handy lantern. Perfect for emergency light situations.
Designed for cold-weather performance, this single-mantle propane lantern is compact and easy to carry and includes a chain so it can be hung as well as set on a flat surface. Pressure-regulated for consistent lighting, the lantern adjusts from dim to bright and is quiet, soot-free, and non-flickering. Durable, weather-resistant construction includes a stable base that accommodates a 16.4-ounce propane cylinder (not included).
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The chain is fantastic. It is substantial and will adequately (safely) hold the lantern and tank. I have used the lantern hanging from a post, hanging from a terr branch, and setting on a table - all were flawless.
My kids have only seen battery lanterns - they were simply mesmerized by the sound, smell and sight of a gas lantern!