c. Coleman Northstar Propane Lantern with Case
|Price:||$48.10 - $670.45|
- Extra-bright 1500 lumens on high
- Adjustable dimmer knob for the perfect outdoor light
- InstaStart™ Push-Button Ignition for matchless ignition
- EverBrite™ Power for incredible light in any condition, anytime
- PerfectFlow™ System for consistent fuel, no matter the conditions
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Take an ultra-bright lantern with you next time you experience the outdoors with a Coleman Northstar Propane Lantern with Case. The tube-mantle design of this lantern shines brighter than most standard 2-mantle lanterns - up to 1500 lumens of light that reaches up to 26 meters away. Starting your lantern is easy. Just hit the Instastart push-button ignition and dial in the perfect brightness with the adjustable control knob. Once your lantern is lit, the footed base provides stability when placed on a table, and the bail handle allows for easy hanging. Meanwhile, the globe guard helps protect the globe from breaking. No matter where you go, the PerfectFlow pressure control technology produces a steady fuel stream and consistent performance in all kinds of weather. When you're ready to head home, the feet on the base collapse for more compact storage in the included case until you're ready for your next bright adventure.
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It's bright, but not as bright as I expected for it being the "Northstar" lantern. It uses one mantle vs. two in a normal propane/gas lantern. However, that one mantle is quite expensive. It comes with one to get you started.
The mantle is why I have given it four stars. I put it on, stretched it out nicely, just as the instructions have you do it. I burned the mantle and it worked fine. However, the first time I used the lantern, I noticed a big hole in the bottom of the mantle. Holes are lost light. The next day I pulled that one off and put on a new one, again very carefully following the directions. This time, I wound up with a small hole and just let it go. It still worked well.
So overall, I'd say it's a great lantern but a little more challenging to get the mantles on just right and wind up with no holes.