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Coleman Northstar Propane Lantern with Case
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- Extra-bright 1543 lumens on high
- Adjustable dimmer knob for the perfect outdoor light
- InstaStart™ Push-Button Ignition for matchless ignition
- EverBrite™ Power for incredible light in any condition, anytime
- PerfectFlow™ System for consistent fuel, no matter the conditions
- High-temperature globe resists cracking from heat
- Metal guard reduces rattling
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Take an ultra-bright lantern with you next time you experience the outdoors with a Coleman Northstar Propane Lantern with Case. The tube-mantle design of this lantern shines brighter than most standard 2-mantle lanterns - up to 1500 lumens of light that reaches up to 26 meters away. Starting your lantern is easy. Just hit the Instastart push-button ignition and dial in the perfect brightness with the adjustable control knob. Once your lantern is lit, the footed base provides stability when placed on a table, and the bail handle allows for easy hanging. Meanwhile, the globe guard helps protect the globe from breaking. No matter where you go, the PerfectFlow pressure control technology produces a steady fuel stream and consistent performance in all kinds of weather. When you're ready to head home, the feet on the base collapse for more compact storage in the included case until you're ready for your next bright adventure.
The Coleman 2500A722 Northstar InstaStart Propane Lantern with Hard Case is the steadiest and brightest lantern in the Coleman fleet. The Northstar is pressure-regulated to control fuel flow, so you get consistent light in any temperature, and the InstaClip tube mantle ends your string-tying days. This Coleman InstaStart lantern lights electronically without matches 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 the hard case conveniently opens into three sections for easy loading.
The Coleman Northstar operates on a 16.4-ounce cylinder of Coleman propane (not included), and will burn for up to 5.5 hours on high or 11 hours on low. With a metal guard to protect the globe and a unique, stable base with foldable feet, it just doesn't get much more convenient and reliable than this.
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The Coleman NorthStar thus fills the gap, ensuring I can have lights during an extended blackout, with nothing more than a few 1lb. tanks of propane.
Construction quality is excellent, and you get the sense this guy will last forever if you take good care of it. There are some glass parts that could break, but overall quality is quite good. Even the included case is easy to use and rugged enough to keep your expensive lantern from breaking.
In operation, it takes just a few minutes to setup the lantern - most of the time going to attaching a 1lb propane tank to it. From there, it's simple to light, and you get quite a bright lantern that puts out about the equivalent of 100W incandescent bulb. In my tests, I get about 8 hours of lighting on "High" per pound of propane, and about 20 hours on "low". In a true emergency, you could easily get a week of high quality lighting from a standard 20-pound propane bottle.
Spare parts are available here on Amazon or in most any sporting goods store, so it's easy to ensure that this little lantern will be ready when you need it.
Definitely recommended, even if you just want to go camping with it...
The Northstar pust out much more heat than a regular lantern which is why Coleman used glass that takes high heat and placed a metal guard around so you won't get burned on the glass.
You will notice that the mantle looks like a accordion and it is only one instead of two mantles. When you prepare the mantle it becomes a tube which emits the light. I noticed that the self-starter was somewhat hit or miss. I ended up using matches to be on the safe side. When you turn the gas on if the propane does not ignite right away you will have a buildup of gas. The propane when it does ignite it will definitely make a loud `WOOSH' and get your attention.
The lantern according to Coleman will burn thru a 16oz propane tank in about 4 ½ hours. From personal experience when the North star is on high you can hear the propane coming out of the tank. It is someone noisy but for area lighting it puts out 1543 lumens of light. The lantern retails for $ 54.99