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Coleman Lantern Stand
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- Durable aluminum and steel construction
- Telescoping poles extend to over 7 ft.
- Collapses for easy transport and storage
- Includes carry case
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|Item Dimensions||3.5 x 4.75 x 37.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||4.56 pounds|
|Item Weight||4.56 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||4.6 pounds|
Have a place to hang your fuel or battery-powered lantern, even when there isn't a tree or post to be found, with the non-slip Coleman Lantern Stand. This durable steel and aluminum stand with telescoping poles extends to more than 7 ft. When the fun is done, the collapsible stand packs up compactly in the included carry case.
Top customer reviews
The only thing I wish came with this stand are holes into which one can attach arms to hold/hang items such as dish towels or a roll of paper towels, a basket or a bag, etc., (specifically for use in proximity to my cooking station), but that type of feature would make this much more expensive. So to that end I purchased separate items (different manufacturer) that are designed specifically for attaching easily to poles or tree branches. The minor extra cost of the additional items gave me the exact tool I need for my camp cooking/lighting purposes.
This is definitely worth the purchase.
When I am eating I can bring one near me If I need more light. When I am using my pop up privy to shower I can bring it over for more light if I need it. The benefits/uses are endless.
I cannot imagine how this could collapse unless you have a defective unit OR you are too much of a wuss to twist the tubes and tighten them. Honestly it only takes a couple of pounds of torque on mine and there is just no way its going to "slip" or collapse...I tried to make it slip/collapse and honestly I could feel the legs flexing but the poles stayed at the height I had set them at.
In a strong breeze and soft soil I could see it tipping over. Get longer stakes OR use a sandbag at the base and secure the center pole (at the base) to the sandbag with some twine, para cord, etc. If you go the sandbag route you can ditch the stakes and just keep the empty sand bag and string in the case for the stand...then you don't need a hammer or a rock to pound the stakes in the ground.
Wish it was a bit shorter when collapsed (around 36") but other than that its just so dang handy. Bought 2, considering another.