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Coleman Deluxe PerfectFlow(TM) Lantern

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  • Extra-bright 967 lumens on high
  • 7-hour runtime on high, 13 hours on low using one tank of fuel
  • Adjustable dimmer knob for the perfect outdoor light
  • Matchlight, includes mantles
  • PerfectFlow(TM) System for consistent fuel, no matter the conditions
  • Unique footed base helps increase stability and folds up for compact storage
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Product Description

Product Description

Lantern, M.L., 2-Mantle (Folding Foot Base)

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Coleman's Two-Mantle Propane Lantern is as steady as they come. This lantern is pressure-regulated to control fuel flow, so you get consistent light in any temperature. This Coleman propane lantern lights with a match and has a control knob that works like a dimmer switch to let you adjust the brightness and burn time. The porcelain ventilators will prevent rusting and help this lantern last you a long time.

This lantern operates on a 16.4-ounce cylinder of Coleman propane (not included), and will burn for up to seven hours on high or 14 hours on low. With a unique, stable base and foldable feet it just doesn't get much more convenient than this.

Manufacturer's Warranty
Limited lifetime warranty

About Coleman
The Coleman Company has been creating and innovating products for recreational outdoor use since W.C. Coleman started selling gasoline-powered lanterns in 1900. Inventor of the hugely popular fold-up camp stove, Coleman developed a plastic liner for his galvanized steel coolers in 1957--the birth of the modern cooler--and the company has been improving their utility and design ever since. The array of products that bear the Coleman name now includes just about everything you might need to work or play outdoors, from tents and sleeping bags to boats, backpacks, and furniture.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 6.2 x 11.3 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0009PUQFU
  • Item model number: 2000006544
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
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I keep this lantern handy for power outages. I plan to take it camping next time I go. I recommend keeping the Styrofoam case that protects the glass globe. It's much easier to dismantle and store the unit without fear of breaking the globe.

This two-mantle lantern throws out lots of light. It starts easily with a match.

I don't like the way the propane tank sits in the base. To move the lantern from one room to the next you must support the plastic base, otherwise it falls off.

Very important! Do not over-tighten the top ventilator nut. The glass globe will crack because it has no room to expand when it heats up. I cracked two globes before contacting Coleman, who showed me the error of my ways.

Despite the problems, this is a great lantern, and it's much easier to use than Coleman's pump version that uses liquid fuel.

****UPDATE**** October 2011. I still use the same lantern for camping and power outages.
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Me and some buddies go camping once a year and I (the camping guru) would always bring the battery operated bulb lanterns. Well, this past year, a friend brought along one of these and the difference was staggering. If you turn that dial as high as it goes, you can practically simulate daylight. He put it on a stand and we were able to spot a snake that was, ironically, closest to my lantern. Needless to say, I purchased one of my own the first chance I got.

I prefer this model to the self-ignition version due to the fact that the more hands-on something is, the more proficient one becomes in using it. Also, it will be easier to spot when something is wrong with the unit this way. The last thing one wants to discover is that something has rendered their lantern useless that could very well have been predicted and fixed before the next outing.

Insofar as the base goes, I have done away with the flaps that come with it and fashioned my own out of a paint can. I sprayed it with Rustoleum and then cut a hole in the top to barely accommodate the propane cylinder and flared out the base in order to create a near indestructible base that weighs practically nothing and can be strapped to the outside of a pack without worry about rust. I also went so far as to keep a carabiner on hand to attach to the handle and, along with some 550 cord, I am able to affix it to any tree, should the need arise.

This has come in handy for those times when I have lost a race against the sun and still have a couple miles to go before making it the distance I had planned to travel for the day before resting. When these times strike, I attach it to a propane hose and keep the tank in my backpack (to better accommodate the weight so I can keep the light held high for longer).
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As others have said this lantern kit doesn't come with a container. Using the box to store it seemes like a good solution but its hard to put it back into the original box without damaging the mantels. You'll want to have lots of these on hand anyway because they are cheap but very fragile.

Only other negative is the new Coleman mantles that this comes with use metal springs to install rather than the old shoe string style. After installing according to the directions both eventually sprung off and fell apart. I always thought the old design was perfect so replaced easily with those. Seems like a case of product development taking one step forward and two back.

Other than mantles and box this is a great lantern for the price.

Very bright, and efficient usage of fuel for the output!! Love it!
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I live on the Gulf Coast of Alabama and have seen so many Hurricanes and Storms over the years...and when the power is out or you need temporary lights the Coleman Company provides everything from lights to cooking stoves and heaters...can,t go wrong with this little lantern it's so cheap to operate and always ready to go...Oh and camping is a real pleasure with these lanterns.....I would NEVER go without them !
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Works on a small propane bottle AND atop a distribution "tree" for bulk bottles (with careful threading) for home emergency backup. Have only tested it at home so far, but have seen no reason to believe that it will perform any differently in the field. Will probably buy another one.

Update: Tried it out on top of a distribution tree once. Threading was tricky - care must be taken not to cross-thread. Months later, attempted to demonstrate to a neighbor, and the cheap plastic valve unit acted as if it had been super-glued shut. The plastic knob turned, but valve would not open. The booklet that came with it does have a parts list with illustration, but the valve is not replaceable. It's junk.
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Works as well as any other two burner propane lantern. After trying the PerfectFlow valve, I don't like it as well as the plain old screw valve. The PerfectFlow valve is a four-position valve: off, low, medium, high. I can see where the inexperienced user might like that. I prefer the fine, continuous control of a screw valve which allows me to dial the light very low to be an all night nightlight. You can't do that with the PerfectFlow valve. Other than that, this is a typical two burner propane lantern.
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