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Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern with Hard Carry Case
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- Extra-bright 700 lumens on high
- Adjustable dimmer knob for perfect outdoor lighting
- Dual Fuel technology runs on Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline
- All-Season Strong design for incredible performance in frigid conditions
- Runtime of 7 hours on high using 1 tank of fuel
- Hard carry case for protected carrying and storage
- 3-year limited warranty
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Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern with Hard Carry Case
Carry a bright light with fuel versatility when you pack a Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern with hard carry case. 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.
- Extra-bright 861 lumens on high A
- djustable dimmer knob for the perfect outdoor light A
- ll-Season Strong fuel design for incredible light in frigid conditions D
- ual Fuel power runs on Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline 7
- -hr. runtime on high using one tank of fuel T
- wo-mantle lighting H
- ard carry case for protected carrying and storage
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Carry a bright light with fuel versatility when you pack a Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern with hard carry case. 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 700 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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I purchased this lantern for a long car camping trip from the west coast to the east coast. We've used it 3 times in the last month or so. This thing is built like a tank. Very robust, quite heavy, and works very well. I couldn't imagine anyone needing the PowerHouse model, as this standard model is PLENTY bright enough. My only complaint is that the older design that includes a generator cleaner knob, is absent from this modern design. I suppose it makes it simpler to use, but it loses a facet of long term reliability, in my opinion. Even still, I cannot recommend this lantern enough. It's excellent.
The only downside is they don't sell these in green paint anymore. This is my go to lantern for camping and emergencies. I recommend trying some peerless mantles with this lantern. They appear to be as bright (or brighter) than the colemans and more durable.
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Background: I am a heavily experienced camper (not backpacker, so none of my current reviews will speak to weight or portability) with years of trying out different products. I am also a believer in the merits of "old school" products that just work. As such, I've always been a single-mantle Coleman lantern guy. My grandfather's Coleman 200A from 1951 still works perfectly, as does my father's lantern from the 70s. Now that I'm rebooting my camping life with my own wife and son, I thought it best to buy new equipment and preserve the old equipment as heirlooms that I would like keep safe.
I recently purchased two Coleman 286 single mantle lanterns. Unfortunately, I had bad luck with both of them with regard to quality control (flare-ups on starting and flickering when expecting steady light).This led me to buy this double-mantle version based on a lot of online research and input form very kind members of vintage Coleman forums.
Why did I always stay away from dual mantle models? Not sure, apart from the fact that we always had the single-mantle versions growing up. The cost of mantles is minimal so that's not a good reason (PS: I recommend looking into Peerless 2C-HG mantles for this lantern due to their brightness and white tone, but I leave it to the reader to decide on those vs. Coleman mantles which are also good, just more yellow in temperature). The fragility of mantles is a fact of life with these lanterns so that's not a good reason. The fuel usage is the same, so that's also not a good reason. Conclusion: no compelling reason to insist on a single-mantle lantern!
On the flip side, the advantages of dual-mantle setup are significant. In terms of start-up, the two mantles heat up the generator faster, preventing any sort of flareups and making the startup process generally smooth.Once the lantern is going, the ability to adjust the brightness is functional and realistic (no flickering, pulsing, or flame-outs). The two mantles seem to provide an excellent range of brightness using the simple control on the front of the lantern, and cast light evenly from both sides of the lantern as there is no shadow thrown by the generator.
For reference this lantern is the exact same size as the Coleman 286 and the case is the same as the stand-alone green and black one. Regarding the case, Coleman is not foolish. They've designed scores of amazing products over the course of many years, and they're not going to suddenly release a flawed case for their single most iconic product. Just make sure to push the sides of the case inward firmly until you hear the satisfyingly solid CLICK on both sides, and your lantern is now secure. Double check before you lift it up, and you'll have no issues.
Enjoy the outdoors, leave no trace, and respect nature. :)
Como en todo producto de esta clase hay que tener mucha precaución dado el combustible, pero la luz que desprenden es espectacular, acampé en una zona desértica con mucho aire y la Coleman se mantuvo incólume. Dos días duró el tanque (dos noches). Esta de doble capuchón presta un gran servicio y luminosidad. En mi opinión una de capuchón sencillo es suficiente, pero no había disponible en el momento de la compra. Un tip: para los capuchones si no encuentran Coleman originales hay unos de marca "Lumogas" en ferreterías. Yo los conseguí en una ferretería de la central de abastos de Torreón y funcionan bien.
Other than that, it looks the same, IS nice and bright, and the case fits perfectly. My only complaint is that the false advertising/ statements in the description.
The pump can seem finicky for those who don't know how to use it, if you feel too much resistance when trying to pump, turn the valve counterclockwise so that it opens up and you will feel that it then immediately become easier to pump.
Even though it advises against using it in a tent, it's still very good for warming the tent up as you are getting into your sleeping bag. Just shut it off before going to sleep.
Honestly, the dual fuel lantern is a great, "in case of" lantern that you should have at home or on your camping trip....Basically, just go to the garage and get some gas and don't sweat it....Make sure to buy the super unleaded gas as it smells hardly anything at all and burns better than regular... no ethanol means a longer burn time and a cleaner fuel valve...Bottom line...it is cheaper in the long term and much more survivor reasonable...this is a no brainer, great little bright lantern with double mantles and 800 Lumen out put.....cheap to run....can't beat the simplicity....
Buy it....keep it for one of those no electricity days...
And as another reviewer said, Amazon still needs to update the the description to match the suppliers,
These dual fuel models are no exception. They simply work. I've tested this one with naphtha aka white gas and with regular and premium gasoline and the difference in performance is negligible. When burning gasoline they give off no gas odor that I could detect. Its ability to use gasoline with no problems is a huge benefit to keeping the amount of fuels I need to carry down to essentially one. And if the need ever arises the fuel can be drained out into your quad/bike fuel tank to get you out of the woods.
For long term use of these lanterns I always suggest use either premium gasoline or naphtha as the ethanol in regular gas may gum up the unit but for intermittent usage it should be no problem.
Spare parts for these things from extra fuel caps, pumps and generators can be found almost anywhere to keep it working for decades (I have a lantern I got for free at a garage sale dating back to the mid 70's. All it needed was a cleaning, new mantles and globe and its working great)
One suggestion is to have spare globes in place as they do happen to break. The mesh globes can be purchased almost anywhere but I suggest only using those on propane lanterns as doing a cold-start on a liquid fuel lantern with one can be difficult.
Overall great lantern. Awesome that it comes with a case and mine also came with a red fuel filter. Coleman lanterns and stoves are still great products!
The Lantern was not working well, i took it apart as i tought maybe some packaging paper could have got stuck somewher. At the end I found out that the ''straw'' going into the tank had a defect and that my lantern was only taking the gaz vapors becasue it was cracked at the top. a bit of hot glue solved my trouble and it was simpler for me to perform the repair than to ship back and get replacement product.
The two star missing is for poor quality control, the defect was visually visible by untrained eye.