Coleman Quad LED Lantern
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- Four individual light panels snap onto a single lantern
- Lights recharge on the base
- Lantern powered by 8 D-cell batteries
- Lantern runtime: 75 hrs.
- Panel runtime: 1.5 hrs.
- Lantern: 190 extra-bright lumens
- Panel: 47.5 bright lumens each
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|Item Dimensions||12.88 x 7.75 x 7.69 inches|
|Item Display Weight||2,150 grams|
|Item Weight||2.15 pounds|
|Light Source Type||LED|
|Model Name||Coleman - Lantern Led Quad|
|Shipping Weight||4.78 pounds|
Coleman's versatile Quad LED Lantern is like getting four lights in one with panels that function together as one 190 ultra-bright lumen light when attached to the base, or as four single, detachable units. It's a great addition to your tent as a lantern, then for an emergency or trek out just pop one of the four lights off the base for a personal flashlight. Each of the panels is a fully functioning light, with six 5mm white LEDs, a rechargeable NiMH battery, an independent on/off switch, and a top handle for carrying or hanging. Once they're back on the base they will recharge and the 24 LEDs last a lifetime, so they never need replacing. The Quad's LEDs run cool to the touch so it's always safe.Lantern: 190 extra-bright lumens.Panel: 47.5 bright lumens each.Range for both, 26 ft. (8 m).Easy-carry handles for the lantern and each panel.On/off switches on lantern's top and on each panel.Lifetime LEDs never need replacing.Cool-running LEDs are safe to touch.Diffused lenses reduce LED glare.Water resistant against rain and splashing.5-year limited warranty.Weight :with power source: 6.15 (2.79 kg).Size: 6.5 in. x 11.7 in. (16.51 cm x 29.72 cm).
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Top Customer Reviews
power outages. I had bought some from a shopping network at a little higher price so Amazon has a really
decent price on these Quad Led Lanterns by Coleman. I like the detachable four lights to take my dogs out at
night since we are having major coyote problems. It is so bright it scares off the coyotes which also pleases me.
They sneak around my farm at night and I have lost 2 kittens which I know more than likely the coyotes got. So this
is not only an awesome gift but great to use in the house, barn, garage or anywhere you need bright lights. LOVE THESE!!!!
Amazon is also offering the Rayovac Alkaline D batteries in a 12 pack and you will need either 4 D Batteries or 8 D batteries
for this lantern. I go ahead and use 8 D batteries per lantern for longer use time and charge time. These Quads pop off the lantern
& you can use one, kids can use one each so you get 4 bright lights plus the lights on the base. Awesome Invention if you are looking
for lanterns. We used these up in Alaska and they came in very handy. If you camp make sure you use 8 batteries per lantern for longer
The entire unit is on the large side for a camping lantern, 1 foot high by almost 7" across, and fairly heavy due to the eight D cells in the base. There is a slightly smallish fold-out carry handle on top. The panels are approximately 8" x 4" x 2", with a 5" x 3" diffuser. My one serious complaint would be that there's no AC input. To keep the panels charged, the only option is the eight D cells. Having an AC adaptor would make this a great home unit, a way to keep the 4 panels on charge for emergency use, etc. And rechargeable D cells are somewhat expensive when you're buying 8 or especially 16, around $5-$6 each currently. Still, a great deal for small rechargeable LED panels for lighting car interiors, etc.
I have seen some misconceptions/requested changes about the lantern:
1. The base has its own light if all the :pieces are being detached for use. FALSE. Only the detachable pieces have lights.
2. The base should have a transformer to charge batteries that in turn charge the pieces. Hmmm, maybe, but that would drive up the cost considerably. If you want rechargeable in the base, as well, Buy rechargeable batteries and recharge away.
3. The lights don't turn on when you put them on the base. Even if on when the piece is attached to the base, it then takes on whatever state the base is in. If the lights are on, the light goes on, if the base is "off", once attached the piece goes off.
I would buy this one again, everyone loves it!
UPDATE: Used this product for about 3 hours during a planned power outage in the neighborhood and it was fantastic. It provided just the right amount of light for a small apartment and I couldn't be happier with the purchase. I did not buy this product for camping or planned outdoor activities, so this is the kind of item I hope to never need to use, like in the case of a power outage. So it will sit in my closet gathering dust until it becomes necessary. I certainly hope the batteries hold up with extended use and/or sitting in the closet. Time will tell.