|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 3 x 5.44 inches|
|Item model number||44941|
|Batteries||3 AA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Cutting Diameter||3 Inches|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Assembled Diameter||3 Inches|
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Streamlight 44941 Siege 200 Lumen Ultra-Compact Work Lantern (Coyote Green, 3xAA Battery)
|Batteries||3 AA batteries required.|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3 x 3 x 5.44 inches|
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- Comfortable to use in close quarters without impairing vision
- Ergonomic handles designed to lock in upright or stowed position
- Hangs with spring-loaded, incorporated D-ring, which stows against the body when not in use
- Battery level indicator flashes red when low; batteries not included
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Streamlight 44941 Siege AA Lantern, Coyote
Why Heroes Trust Streamlight:
People who depend on their flashlights need to be able to count on that flashlight to work. When it’s freezing cold, scorching hot, desert dry, or rainforest humid. When it’s been beat up, abused, dropped in water, or left in icy snow. They need to know that their flashlight will deliver the light they need for the task at hand. When size and run time are also part of the performance, people know they can trust Streamlight … to shine brighter, work better, and last longer.
Ultra-Compact, Alkaline Hand Lantern
A rugged, compact lantern for when you need a lot of light without it taking up a lot of space. The Siege AA uses AA alkaline batteries to provide 360 degrees of soft, even light that illuminates a large area. Great for camping, hiking or boating!
The Siege AA lantern features one C4 power LED, and two red LEDs. There are five output modes and a battery level indicator built into the on/off button. With the outer lantern globe in place, the light will float.
Use the lantern with or without the outer globe cover. Remove the outer globe and hang the body upside down by the D ring for large area lighting needs. Battery replacement is a breeze with the center post orienting the battery cover correctly every time.
Glare-Reducing Removable Cover
Glare-reducing cover provides soft, even 360° light distribution; comfortable to use in close quarters without impairing vision; cover is removable to illuminate large areas. Use the lantern with or without the outer globe cover. Remove the outer globe and hang the body upside down for large area lighting needs.
Includes Red LEDs
Powerful C4 LED Technology for extreme brightness.
- Multiple modes:
- One White LED with cover removed:
- High for brightest light: 200 lumens; runs 7 hours
- Medium: 100 lumens; runs 15.5 hours
- Low provides extended run time: 50 lumens; runs 37 hours
- Red LED (two red LEDs)
- Red LED High (night vision preserving mode): 0.7 lumens; runs 192 hours (8 days)
- Flash SOS mode for emergency signaling: 0.7 lumens; runs 288 hours (12 days)
- One White LED with cover removed:
Compact, Waterproof Lantern
Built To Last
Durable, polymer construction with rubber molded base that provides stability on slippery or uneven surfaces. Unbreakable polycarbonate lenses. 2-Meter impact resistance tested; IPX7 Waterproof to 1m submersion - it floats.*
* All performance claims to ANSI/PLATO FL1-2016 Standard Issued: 09/03/14 Revised: 08/17/2015. Document #196.
Battery level indicator changes from green, to yellow, to red, then to flashing red when batteries reach the end of their useable life.
- Base Diameter: 2.37-Inches (6.00 cm)
- Height: 5.44-Inches (13.82 cm)
- Weight: 8.8-Ounces (249.47 grams) with batteries
- Powered by three "AA" alkaline batteries
- Batteries not included.
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- There is no doubt The Siege AA is very-very well-built. For those who know the Rayovac Sportsman Extreme (the 3xD version, not the 3xAA version), it’s built like that. For those who don’t, again, it’s a very robust lantern. It feels like a one solid piece due to the extreme rubber bumpers added all over the place to it. Everything black on the Siege is basically thick rubber. Even the body is covered in rubber and it just feels like it sticks to your hand. Top reflector and battery cap lock positively into place and thick O-Rings contribute to the water sealing all around.
- The handle has some kind of textured rubbery coating on it and some click stops to keep it up if you want it or docked next to the diffuser.
- The hook on the bottom deserves a 5 Star award. It’s as solid as solid gets. (I hate to say this but it’s a little over-engineered.) Made from (thick) metal with a strong spring clip, easily accessible from both sides (you can dock it either way) it just feels like the light will come apart before that thing ever will.
- With the diffuser off, the LED doesn’t stick too much out and it is protected by a clear dome.
- The On/Off button does not glow in the dark and is recessed (a little too recessed) which will prevent accidental off/on. The way you naturally grab and hold the lantern, you will use your thumb for on/off. For those with big thumbs, I can see them needing to try just a little bit harder. And speaking of the on/off button, it’s got a light indicating the state of the battery: green, orange and red. While I can understand the red part, and even the orange, I think the green is a little…again…over-engineered? The ONLY useful feature of the green LED in the button I can think of is to find it quickly in the dark when you want to turn the lantern Off. Other than that, it looks really-really cool (for those who care). Plus, when I did the battery drain test, after it got on low-low (blinking red) it staid like that for about two hours. No big deal, really, but you’ll just have to learn its behavior if you use this extensively and depend on it. Funny thing, when the lantern is on Red mode, you almost want to turn the green away from you because it ‘fights’ with the red and spoils all the aspects of having a red light. White-Green-Orange-Steady Red-Blinking Red-Merry Christmas everyone.
- Loading the batteries is easy, just unscrew the bottom about a quarter turn, put two AAs positive down and one positive up and put the cover back by mating the two tear drop-shaped plastic parts.
- Now, after the WHOLE discussion, rage and hate for the poor Rayovac design with the two little notches that had to be aligned when putting the battery cover back and probably all the love and attention this design will get, let me tell you my opinion: it (almost) doesn’t matter. Is it way easier and a better design? By all measures. Is it enough? Hardly. The part that the first hit me when I got the Rayovac was the odd battery arrangement (two down, one up). I was disappointed to see the same here. I think it’s dumb. Yes, having all three with the (+) down will complicate things a little for the design team, but it’s not impossible. When in COMPLETE, ABSOLUT darkness with a dead lantern, trust me, you’ll have hard times first finding the batteries, then inserting them properly and just then worrying about how you put the cover back. Now, if you know that the negative part of the device is always spring loaded, yes, you may somehow put the batteries right just by feel. But if you don’t, then you’ll have a very hard time completing the operation. You need a little light to fix your light. If you have Zero light…like… 0 Lux, 0 Lumen, no moon, no stars, you’re in a cave or in the woods, then you’re either a pro with backup lights, or you’re well prepared and trained how to replace your batteries in complete darkness, or have someone next to you to help you, or have a cell phone that can shed some light, or…you just have bigger issues at that point. Again, I am not saying that it doesn’t matter at all. Better is better and I am acknowledging that it’s better than the Rayovac’s but that is not enough for a full “Now anybody can replace the batteries in the dark” statement. For that to happen, I wish Streamlight will have all batteries one way (with (+) down) and do something with the cap. Either hinge it (complicated, I know), or at least put a little string or spring loaded strap (like the gas tank cap) so at least you don’t drop it and loose it (again, in complete darkness). Ok, enough with this.
- Press on/off to turn on. It starts on Low Mode. Perfect! Press is again quickly, goes to Mid Mode. Press is again quickly, goes to Hi Mode. Wait 2 sec, press it to turn it off. There is no memory for it, so for instance if you always want to turn it On on Hi Mode, you can’t. If you press and hold the button, it will switch from White to Red. Press it quickly and it goes from steady red to blinking red. Press it again, it’s off. Long press again, switches back to white light. What I really like about it, is that you can switch to red (or back to white) regardless the mode the lantern is (Off, On, Low, Mid, Hi). Just long press and it switches. Long press again, anytime, it switches back. Very well thought out. Nothing to remember, really, other that the long press part.
- You want forward (or up, or down) flooding light, just unscrew the diffuser and voila.
- After about 3hrs of continuous use on high, the body got barely warm to the touch, so no issues there.
- This is a bright little light. It gives a nice 360deg illumination with a good amount of diffused light above and below the lantern’s level. Please check the pictures as it shows great symmetrical “light bending” tricks in the vertical plane. The light was set 16” from the ceiling and I took two pictures: one straight and one up-side-down. Great job designing that diffuser! The color temperature is fairly neutral, very-very lightly on the reddish side when on low. On max, it is a nice fairly pure white, on the 4000-4500K perceived range.
- The Lumen output claimed is 200Lm on high, 100Lm on mid, 50Lm on low. But please understand that only knowing the Lumen rating (luminous flux) is not enough to describe a light. Just like you can’t compare cars by HP alone, speakers just by Watts, cameras just by MP and TVs just by contrast ration, same goes here. Yes, when all other things are equal, a 200Lm light is brighter than a 100Lm light. But more importantly is how the light is shaped, diffused and presented. Measuring the illuminance (the luminous flux per unit area) gives one a better idea of how much light an area is really receiving. For instance, this light on Hi (200lm) illuminates a surface with 12.7Lux measured at 3.3Ft (1m) in line with the light, but my Inova X2 AA rated at 150lm measured the same way throws 320Lux and my desk at work is bathed in 460Lux with two long fluorescents above my head. But that’s exactly why even in the store, even for flashlights, that Lumen output rating is very, very relative and by far enough to judge a light. So here are my findings measured two ways with a light meter: Setup #1 with the light sitting straight in a dark room on its base at 1m (3.3Ft) above the ground and the light meter at 3.3Ft facing the light in line, at the LED level. Setup #2 keeps the same clearances but now light is with reflector removed and pointing straight at the light meter (like a flashlight). All measurements done identical for Siege AA and for Sportsman AA.
Setup #1 Streamlight Hi-12.7Lx; Med-6.6Lx; Low-2.5Lx
Setup #1 Rayovac Hi-4.5Lx; Low-1.7Lx
Setup #2 Streamlight Hi-53.9Lx; Med-28.2Lx; Lo-11Lx
Setup #2 Rayovac: Hi-31.8; Lo-12.7Lx
In the Setup #1 I moved the lights vertically about 1Ft up and 1Ft down from the inline position in respect to the meter to gauge the distribution of the light in the vertical plane. The Streamlight showed great-great evenness, with light losing only about 2Lx at the extremes. The Rayovac on the other hand, is very uneven. The light gets brighter towards the top of the lantern, right under the ‘hat’, which is really unfortunate because the very same hat projects a harsh shadow (dark spot) above the light. Please see pictures for reference.
- I didn’t test the mid, low and the red modes as they have very long run times (claimed 15hrs on mid and 37hrs on low). For now I tested the light with Eneloops. I will report back once I complete the Alkaline battery runtime. The claimed runtime on high is 7hrs (with batteries), but you have to keep in mind how that is tested. It doesn’t mean that for 7hrs the light will stay on equally bright. It just means that after 7hrs the light will still be on and it will put out ‘some’ light. If I would follow what ANSI recommends for testing the flashlights, the total runtime would be the amount of time that the light stays on until it reaches 10% of the initial output measured 30sec after turned on (or somewhere along those lines). Now, as far as I know, ANSI FL1 only pertains to flashlights, not to lanterns, so the way they (they = Streamlight) measure and quantify the runtime is up to their discretion.
- With freshly charged Eneloops the light was fairly bright for about 2-2.5hrs. After 3 hours the button started to blink red and the light was fairly dim. I left it on for two more hours and it got dimmer and dimmer to the point where you could stare into the LED. I stopped it there because I didn’t want to over-discharge my eneloops. I measured them and they all had about 0.9V – 1V. Even if I turned the light off and back on, it still started, which is very good. Some lights don’t. 1 or 2Lux is waaay better than 0Lux. So you can use the last-last bit of energy in your batteries to find new batteries and replace them before the light completely dies.
Comparison with Rayovac Streamlight (2013 – 65Lm version):
- A straight comparison between this Siege AA and the Rayovac Sportsman AA is a little unfair in some instances. First, the Siege is a 2014 product. The Sportsman is a 2008 product (there is supposedly a 2014 – 150Lm one, but I haven’t seen it in stores or on line). Technology in general and LED power in particular is measured like dog years. You can’t and shouldn’t really compare a 2008 LED with a 2014 LED. There is no doubt about the design, construction and the heft difference between the two. The Siege is a clearly better thought out and built piece (yes, even in the battery cover’s case ). Much brighter, with more modes (not to mention the two mode red light) a hefty hook on the bottom, battery indicator and perfectly diffused, bright, white, even light. I really don’t know if the Sportsman design is patented or not, but you don’t need to look from too close to see the similarities between the two. Not to mention the bazillion clones that are now on internet. So, again, just referencing to the date, I do give credit to Rayovac (or whoever came up with this design). And I really give NO credit to the people that designed the D version Rayovac very nicely and the AA version very cheaply, looking like they come from two different companies.
Sadly, even if we’re talking 6 years difference in LED, when performed the run time test, after about 3hrs on High, the Siege was really dim and after 5 it was like a candle, while the Sportsman was shining happily ahead like nothing happened. So between a bright light with short battery life and a dimmer one with longer battery life, which one would you prefer? In other words, between a dead lantern and a one that shines 7hrs later, which one do you prefer? Now, of course, use the Siege on Low mode, and there you have it…37hrs of perfectly usable light.
Negatives first: I would knock just half a star combined for Run Time on High, not having all the batteries the same direction, not having the battery cover tethered to the body, green indicator too strong for when the light is in Red mode, On/Off button a little too recessed and not cheap (although, it screams quality all over).
Positives: Great, great light; very well built; very good, diffused light; plenty modes to please everyone; intuitive user interface; easily replaceable battery cover; water proof and drop proof (and bear proof for the hook); decent run time. Looking forward to the Siege AA Mk2.
Bottom line: don't buy this if you want all five advertised modes. If they don't matter to you then buy it because everything else is great.
Details: I returned from a three week business trip knowing this was waiting in the mail. I already knew I'd love it because of a recommendation from a trusted friend. My anticipation turned to disappointment when I found it lacking the advertised nighttime red and SOS modes.
I want to love this product. It has so many good features...
It's rugged and nicely finished.
This version (AA) is small and conveniently sized (about the size of a soda can).
The top handle is amazingly flexible - hang it up, prop it up, position it on the side.
The bottom D ring is a great feature and impressively strong.
Battery compartment twist lock closes with satisfying certainty.
Unfortunately, the product I received is missing an advertised feature which is the primary reason I ordered it.
The Amazon product description, "From the Manufacture" section states that it has five output modes, and details them as follows:
1. High, 200 lumens - runs 7-hours
2. Medium, 100 lumens - runs 15.5-hours
3. Low, 50 lumens - runs 37-hours
4. Red light night vision preserving mode 0.7 lumens - runs 192-hours
5. SOS mode for emergency signaling - runs 288-hours
The first three modes work great. The last two are completely absent from the lantern I received.
Directions say that pressing the switch again within a second cycles to the next mode. This works fine to cycle between the the first three modes but then it cycles to off without going to modes 4 and 5.
Please tell me it's user error. I want to love this lantern. It would be five star if these modes worked. But mode 4 is what I bought it for... and it's simply not as advertised.
I'll probably return it.
Someone provided the information in comments that wasn't in the directions. To get the other two modes, turn on the lantern, then press and hold the power button until the light switches to red (or switches back).
I now have all five modes and I'm very happy with the product.
Excellent product... minus one star for directions missing this detail.
Features I like about this Lantern:
Micro Sized for Easy carry.
Decent Run Times,
IPX7 Rating. Waterproof. Submersion up to 1m for 30 minutes.
Multi-Mode, High, Med, Low, Red, & SOS.
Floats with Hood attached.
Removable Hood for overhead Dome lighting.
Effective brightness for most small tasks around the home and campsite.
Flip up handle.
D-Ring on the bottom.
Anti Skid Rubber bottom.
Power level LED indicator under power switch.
Easy to operate.
50,000 Hour LED lifespan.
Features that could be added or improved on:
Remember last light setting.
Anti Roll on base would be welcome.
Include the magnetic base.
Improve brightness on the Red LEDS to 10 Lumens like the original.
Overall, If your in the market for a small, backpack friendly lantern, or a portable light source to keep around the home, pick one of these up. Don't waste time on the cheaper lanterns out there. The Siege AA is built to last and take a beating. Make this one or the original Siege your primary light source when you need it the most.
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What do I like about this compared with others. Firstly genuinely waterproof. Secondly the most shock-resistant of the bunch. Next,
three well spaced white outputs. Also red if you want. The white is a pleasant "warmish" white, certainly not cool white. The top hanging hook is metal as is the upside down carabiner. Says its floats though I haven't tried. The on/off button gives a colour coded battery level.
I would say the Streamlight design is the perfect emergency lantern and this AA version perfect where compactness is required. One for the kids room maybe.
Something I need to point out though. Mine arrived apparently DOA even with known sound batteries. Was about to return it (an advantage of Fulfilled by Amazon) when I noticed clear tape on one contact. The tape was not accessible as temporary battery savers usually are. Had to dig it out with a knife. Nothing obvious in the instructions. Not supplied with batteries installed so I don't understand why it was there.
It's plenty bright and it's not that cold blue LED but a slightly warmer, maybe I would like it slightly more so on the kelvin scale towards the warm white but it's acceptable.
Also bear in mind it works great on rechargeable and aa batteries are available anywhere.
Die Lampe schwimmt und ist EXTREM Robust. Habe meine Lampe bereits mehrfach ausgiebig getestet und konnte nicht den geringsten Schwachpunkt finden.
Diese Signalgelbe Variante hat zusätzlich noch Magnete in der Bodenplatte, sodaß diese Lampe auch an allen metallischen Flächen montiert werden kann. Die Standardvariante in Braun/ Grün hat diese Magneten NICHT!
Wer eine Lampe fürs Camping/ Urlaub/ Wertstatt oder auch für den "Fall der Fälle" sucht, ist hiermit Bestens bedient!