Posted by admin | Posted in Camping | Posted on 05-12-2012
Coleman Battery Lanterns
Coleman Battery Lanterns come in each size and shape you may need. There are family size Coleman Lanterns and LED lanterns even a chargeable lantern. Coleman Lanterns even come in a back pack version that has both dynamic and light-weight. Now with the CPX system nearly any of the Coleman Battery Lanterns can be rechargeable by adding rechargeable battery packs.
The family size Coleman Battery Lanterns can be found in many various sizes and models. Some are powered with LED lighting and some have Fluorescent lighting. You may also get a lantern with a built in amplifier and FM radio receiver. Two of these lanterns can be put together and you can also haveyour music together with your light when you need. Connect this lantern to your MP3 player and have moments of musical delight even when you’re away from a power source.
You might also find you like the Retro Coleman Lanterns with the antique look and powered by 8 D cell batteries you might have up to 30 hours of light and still have the look of the old Coleman Lantern you once used when you went on camping trips as a kid. With a three position power switch you can have a low amber light for comfortable nightlight or a bright dynamic light to see well.
Or perhaps the twin high power LED battery lantern is more your taste. With its 4 cree LED’s it gives 580 lumens which is one of the brightest Coleman Battery Lanterns you should buy. It can run 100 hours on low or 10 hours on powerful by 8 D cell batteries. With its variable output rotating power switch you can choose from soft to bright or anywhere between. It is built to be weather-proof and has an un-screwing bottom base to give you an access to the batteries.
You can choose the 8D classic family size fluorescent double U bulb model which can run up to 28 hours on 8 D cell batteries. Giving a bright white light from the cool touch bulbs. There is even a fast release system to make changing bulbs easy when the time comes to replace the bulbs. This model provides 395 lumens on the high setting for a lot of light.
Another choice is the 8D LED rough family model. 190 lumens of light on the high setting. It can run 66 hours on low and 33 hours on high. It gets power from 8 D cell batteries and has a textured tube to give an even all around light pattern. This model also has the long lasting cool running CREE LED lights. It is meant to be weatherproof to face up to the environment better.
These are merely a few of the Coleman Lanterns you have got to choose between. There is also the CPX system which will enable you to add rechargeable battery packs to many Coleman Battery Lanterns and permit you to have an extra battery pack always charged and good to go when you want it.
Marjorie J McDonald grew up with the Coleman lantern and understands how much convenience was added by utilizing this lantern. Her family used Coleman lanterns before the electric lines were run to her fathers ranch in northeast Montana which was not until she was in high school. She is definitely a Coleman lantern fan. They had many of the Coleman Battery Lanterns for safety when the kids needed light for their camping trips.