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- Extra-bright 700 lumens on high
- Adjustable dimmer knob for the perfect outdoor light
- All-Season Strong fuel design for incredible light in frigid conditions
- Dual Fuel power runs on Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline
- 7-hr. runtime on high using one tank of fuel
- Two-mantle lighting
- 3-year limited warranty
- Made in USA of US & foreign components
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You'll have fuel versatility when you pack a Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern. This outdoor companion runs on either Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline. Find just the right light with an adjustable knob that allows you to dim the brightness level from its highest at 861 lumens to as low as you need it. The Dual Fuel design is less expensive to run, because it uses less fuel than propane-powered lanterns. It's also more reliable, with better dependability in the coldest conditions. One tank of fuel will power the lantern for up to 7 hours on high. This two-mantle lantern is perfect for camping, hunting, tailgating and in cases of emergency. It includes a 3-year limited warranty.
Carry a bright light with fuel versatility when you pack a Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern . This outdoor companion runs on either Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline. The Dual Fuel design is less expensive to run, because it uses less fuel than propane-powered lanterns. It's also more reliable, with better dependability in the coldest conditions. One tank of fuel will power the lantern for up to seven hours on high. Find just the right light with an adjustable knob that allows you to dim the brightness level from its highest at 861 lumens to as low as you need it. This two-mantle lantern is perfect for camping, hunting, tailgating and in cases of emergency. It includes a 3-year limited warranty.
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Our initial thoughts when our new lanterns arrived was that Coleman products had not diminished in quality over all these year. Those primary thoughts were confirmed with the first test lighting of the 285-700 lanterns.
Each primed easily; each lit with easy; each gave off more than sufficient light for reading under the darkest conditions. As with every other Coleman product we own, we know these lights will give years of service whether we are hunting, fishing or need the light in an emergency situation.
I am particularly happy that no longer will we have to stock propane canisters but have the ability of using either the old stand-by, white gas, or if the need arises the lowest grade of unleaded gasoline. I am equally impressed that the burning time for the liquid fuel will be around 10 hours (set at medium intensity) which is considerably greater than one could ever hope for from a propane canister.
Some may find that needing to "pressurize" the fuel tank (and keeping it pressurized), on these lanterns is a hassle but for me it is nothing short of a throw-back to the good ol' days when, as a small lad, Dad took me fishing or when the family spent a week camping. Who says you can't go back?
1) Coleman reputation
2) Long burn time and economy of white gas camp fuel (7hrs on high, 14hrs on low) vs propane
3) Hate buying, lugging around and disposing of a ton of propane canisters
4) Duel fuel option at the same price to use unleaded gas as a back up source, whether camping or for an emergency at home
Like others, I debated buying the Powerhouse version of this lantern, but found this more than bright enough. If anything, I felt bad for its brightness as the night wore on and folks started going to sleep in adjoining campsites. On high, it's bright enough to pitch your tent at night, but otherwise I had it dialed down. Great compact design - smaller than I expected, but worked great. Comes with a filtering funnel and a set of mantles that need to be pre-burned.
Note that like all lanterns (gas or propane), it gets hot, so warn your kids and keep it away from anything flammable or that melts. Note too that after the initial burn-in of the mantles, they are very fragile. I did burn-in and tested in before leaving, and transported by keeping the lantern in its box and packing it upright between cushioned items. Worked fine. But I had spare mantles in case they crumbled in transport. Didn't buy the plastic lantern case. Not sure if it would provide any more protection than the box because it doesn't provide any shock protection. But it also can't get soaked in a rain storm.
Note that unique to gas lanterns, you have to pump to pressurize the gas chamber. Instructions say 30 pumps, but that assumes a full tank of fuel. With less fuel, it will take more pumps (maybe up to 60) to pressurize more air space. Basically, pump til it's hard to do so. And if you're using your lantern for a long time (multiple hrs), you'll notice your lantern dimming and you'll need to pump again (you can do it while lit safely, and you'll see it get brighter as you do so).
For ease of lighting, bring longer matches or a long lighter that fits thru the bottom hole (the Coleman brand long lighter fits, but barely). There's a Coleman flint contraption yon can purchase to light it - never tried it, but it seems a little clunky and loose to me.
I would definitely buy this lantern again.
I would highly recommend this lantern
I checked my clothes I am wearing and there is nothing made here. I said well my Thom McMAn shoes were made here for sure, but in looking at the label, it said made in China. There is one thing for sure though, i wasn’t made in China.
Seen this at a friend during a fishing trip. It gives a pleasant warm light, and some heat too - should you need to warm up your hands.
Burns even in heavy winds.
The dual fuel is an added bonus.
Get a Coleman case for it too!
Seems made in the USA
Work well with regular gasoline, I haven't tried with this Coleman special fuel, but the fact is I bought it because I always have a full 10 gal. fuel tank at the back of the Jeep, and I don't want to have 10 diferent type of fuel with me! The thing is the smell is probably a little stronger with regular gasoline.
Just make sure you have extra mantle with you!!!