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Energizer Weatheready 360 Degree LED Area Lantern

4.6 out of 5 stars 473 customer reviews
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  • Versatile light provides bright white area light for a variety of uses - great for camping & emergencies
  • Operates on AA or D size batteries for convenience
  • Three light modes - high, low & night light
  • Waterproof lantern floats for easy Recovery
  • Operates for up to 195 hours on 1 set of D batteries includes 3 energizer max AA batteries
  • Three-mode, waterproof four-LED lantern with dual battery options
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Product Description

This LED area light really lives up to its Energizer we a the ready name - it not only lights up your space with bright white light, it's conveniently waterproof. And even floats! powered by either 1 D battery or 3-aa batteries so you can power through any weather with multiple types of household batteries.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 6 x 11 inches ; 14.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0018KS37I
  • Item model number: WRLMF35E
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (473 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,760 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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From the Manufacturer

Energizer Weatheready LED Folding Area Lantern

The Weatheready Folding Lantern unfolds to offer 360 degrees of bright, room filling light with its 8 LEDs.

- Folding light pivots to provide 180 to 360-degree lighting

- 3 light modes: High, Low & Night Light

- Integrated carrying handle folds for easy, compact storage

- Reliable – operates on 2 or 4 D batteries (sold separately)

Folding Lantern

360 Degree Lantern

Carabiner Crank Light

Plug in light; wall light; socket light;night light;emergency light

Rechargeable Plug-in


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By S. Hoover on July 23, 2010
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I took it camping last week and it worked great. Not as bright as a propane lantern, but enough light to do the job. Has 3 brightness levels and supposedly lasts 500 hours on the low setting. Handle balanced so the lens can face downward-awesome, as I didn't even think of that. It was unaffected by the light rain we had and the little bonus flashlight on top is fun for the kids.

I'm almost looking forward to the next power outage which is the main reason I bought it. As an experienced camper and hurricane survivor the combination of ease of use, functionality and longevity is the best I've seen!

Update 10/27/10. Well the power went out. We put the lantern on the kitchen table, ate and had a few beers while
my 5-year old ran around with the other light. I forgot to mention the foldaway hook which is a nice touch.
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It is a nice lantern with several different modes, but you have to cycle through them all to turn the lantern off. I don't like that. If you don't mind that, it is a nice lantern. Also, from what I have read, the type of switch that it has has a small battery drain, which is not good if you plan to store it for emergency use. I had a lantern with this type of switch and I had to change the batteries every few months. I never figured it out until the reviewer of another lantern mentioned that this type of switch drains the battery.
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As someone else pointed out, there is a newer, updated version of the same lantern. Here's how they're different:

Old version:
Color - red.
Has extra, small momentary flashlight held on top of lens case.
Only uses D-cell batteries (no option for small AA-cell batteries).
Batteries changed by unscrewing entire top, lens section (this is due to the need to change the one, center-located standard bulb). The bottom section is not detachable and will not unscrew.

New version:
Color - green (but now red, too).
Later date stamp on hanging hook than earlier version.
No extra small flashlight (this is okay since it seems like it would have gotten lost easily, anyway).
Option to use either AA-cell batteries or D-cell batteries.
Batteries changed by unscrewing bottom of lantern. It's still possible to unscrew the top, lens section as with the older, red version, but it's difficult and there's no reason to do this since the bulbs on the new version are now all LEDs.

The only advantage that I can see for the older, red version is the extra small flashlight in the top of the lens section which seemed of negligible use and would likely get lost quickly. The newer version has all LEDs (instead of having the one, center, non-LED bulb). This seems like a better set-up but maybe there's an advantage to having one, non-LED bulb.

But, to me, the option of being able to use either AA or D cell batteries far outweighed the extra small flashlight and one, non-LED lightbulb.
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I collect LED lanterns and torches. I bought this about a year ago and still have not had to change the batteries. I don't use it ever day but have used it a fair bit during storms. I have even used this in place of a flashlight when running outside at night to do something.

The removable light is the only downside because it doesn't really stay put in its spot at the top of the lantern and I am always loosing it. The lantern itself is really well made. I have had no issues with durability.

When you turn it on the first setting is a bright white light bulb in the center the next button press turns that off and turns on some fairly bright LED lights and the final setting is a dim orange LED that can be used as a night light.

There is a hook at the bottom if you want to hang it over a tent or in a tent if you are camping and the handle will swivel all the way around the lantern. I remember it taking me a little while to get the batteries in the right way because you have to unscrew the globe part and not the bottom like most lanterns but after that its easy to use.
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From other reviews I had the impression this was a bright lantern, but had I paid attention to the details given on the Amazon sales page I would've noticed it was rated at 55 lumens on its "bright" setting. When I got it I turned it on and was immediately disappointed--this would be fine for reading by if you sit with the lantern and book near each other, but it's definitely not "room-filling" or a lantern you could read by, except sitting very near it. Construction seems solid, though, so if you need a lantern with a light output for simply navigating a dark room in a power outage it's fine--just don't expect to read or play board games with it as your only source of light.
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I'm disappointed to find out that this Energizer Weatheready 360 Degree LED Area Lantern does not have any power regulation at all. The LEDs are just driven by the three batteries, through a series resistor. As a result, its power (and hence LED brightness) is highly sensitive to battery voltage.

According to my measurement:
- When powered by three fresh alkaline cells (combined voltage of 4.5V), the lantern consumes 1 Watt of input power at High; 0.5W at Low.
- When powered by three NiMH rechargeable cells (combined voltage of 3.6V), the input power drops to just 0.4W at High; 0.2W at Low. That means the brightness is also cut by half.
(See the "Input Power vs. Battery Voltage" chart for details)

According the package I received, the lantern should produce 160 lumens of light at High mode. I find that hard to believe, because it requires a light efficacy of 160 lumens per watt, which sounds too good to be true. The Amazon description page claims 55 lm at high, 28 lm at Low.

The Amazon description further claims the lantern is "Waterproof to 1 meter". I find that hard to believe, since the lantern body is made of very cheap plastic with rough edges. So I filled my kitchen sink with water, and submerged the lantern in it. To my horror, air bubbles started escaping throughout the lantern: top, bottom and middle. Now there's still some water trapped inside my lantern. I really don't see how Energizer can call this lantern 'Waterproof'.

On the positive side, the LED lantern does work with either three D cells or three AA cells (using the included AA-to-D adapter). So in case of emergency, I can always find some batteries to run it.

Overall, I found this Energizer lantern to be barely acceptable, hence the 3-star rating.
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