A battery lantern is a portable lighting device that runs on batteries. It is often used as a backup light source during power outages. Battery lanterns come in a variety of sizes and shapes, and can be used for both indoor and outdoor lighting.
20 Best Battery Lantern For Power Outage
1. Compact Pop-Up Lantern Powerful 250 Lumen LED Projects Wide Area Light Beam of
Powerful 250 lumen LED projects a wide area beam of light
Pop open the top for instant light
Rugged housing protects lantern when not in use
Stable base, folding loop handles make it easy to place the light where you need it
Light up the outdoors with this 250 Lumen Compact Pop-Up Lantern. The rugged housing protects the lantern in your pack or tool kit. Pop up the top to turn the light on. The twin loop handles make the lantern easy to carry, easy to hang up in a tent or jobsite.
Stable base and compact design prevents tipping. Safe, brilliant white LEDs for plenty of light with long battery life.
First thing you reach for during a power outage at night is an alternate source of lighting and this lantern should be within easy reach. Three AA batteries (included with the light) power this light to give off some very bright illumination.
Like every other guy I had to light it to show my wife when I got home during the day. Her first comment was “Turn it off it’s too bright”, and that was at 2:00 in the afternoon on a sunny day. I had to use it at night, outside, to get the full picture; for a small lantern it illuminated the area out to about 30 – 40 feet.
This was in a dark, wooded area and at 30 – 40 feet I could see perfectly. The light itself must be visible for a mile or more in open areas. Lightweight, convenient carry handles, easily replaceable batteries and a nice flat bottom so it will rest conveniently on a kitchen table, tree stump, on the ground or can be hung by the handles to cast light for visibility and safety.
You should have several for power outages at home, to take on camping, boating or fishing trips.
This small area lantern throws enough light to perform normal tasks without blasting the eyesockets of anyone that glances at it. Works great as an area light during power failures or camping and uses AA batteries.
You adjust the amount of light and turn it on by lifting the top (popping it up) as little as 1/4 inch to get a glow or all the way up for some serious illumination. When you close it up the light goes off, so no forgetting to switch it off.
There is no gasketing or o-ring on the battery compartment, so it’s not waterproof but otherwise looks like it might be called weather resistant. The price is low enough that we put one in several rooms and the storm shelter.
Our guests especially appreciate having a ready light source.
BioLite takes camping and backyard barbecues to a new level with the Alpenglow 250 Lantern. Using nature as an inspiration and ChromaReal LED technology, the colors in your environment are rendered with a warm glow of natural light.
Featuring 5 standard modes, you can easily choose your favorite to set the vibe of the evening. When you get bored of the basic modes, shake your lantern to access 4 secondary modes. The lantern can withstand rain and splashing, so the party doesn’t have to stop when mother nature wants it to.
The main reason I picked this lantern was for its large internal battery (much larger than the competition) and brightness. At 500 lumen it feels like old gas lamps I used to use and with the warm glow option it looks them too.
I was tired of inflatable solar lanterns leaking, breaking, and not charging fast so I wanted something that could last a long time and be recharged easily with USB while driving or with a battery bank.
The glow of the lantern is very even and no hotspots to blind you. Light falloff is gradual making the usable area of light more than enough for a picnic table, tent, car camp area, room, etc. It has a few quirks like flickering when turning on or changing brightness, and I would prefer another button to the shake feature.
It’s very lightweight and I almost feel it could be slimmed down or gain an even larger internal battery. I’m curious to see how the translucent plastic shell holds up over time with camping and hiking use; scratches and scuffs might reduce the light transmitted through the shell or impact its evenness.
A retractable handle or slots for a strap would be nice as I like to use it while walking sometimes; it’s easier to see the night sky and hike using a handheld warm light lantern vs a headlamp. I’ve used this for photoshoots and night photography and the color options are nice to play around with.
I enjoy the flickering campfire/candle mode and use it often at home. The randomization of the flicker could be improved for a more natural look but hopefully that can be done with a firmware update.
Overall this is currently the best LED camping lantern on the market when considering the best combo of size, brightness, durability, and battery life. I’m happy I bought it as it will get heavy use in my outdoor photography business.
I have been looking for years for a rechargeable emergency lantern that was attractive enough to have out in my house all the time. I chose the AlpenGlow 500 for its design, brightness (500 lumens), and the colorful fun factor! Compared to the old-school lantern I had, it doesn’t look like camping gear, and the frosted shade makes the light less harsh, and of course does not rely on batteries.
I am planning on using it as a bedside table lamp, for eating dinner outdoors / party lights, and as a fill light during Zoom sessions. It looks nice enough that it fits into my office and bedroom decor.
I feel secure knowing that I have a charged-up emergency light and a power bank for my phone available. I like the single side option on the Cool White mode — would love for the Warm White mode to have the single side option as well! There are now couple of other well-designed, rechargeable LED lanterns available — I looked at the Black Diamond Moji Charging Station / Lantern (250 lumens) and the Lander Boulder Rechargeable Lantern + Power Bank (350 lumens).
I chose the Alpen Glow 500 because it is the brightest, and of course the others do not have the color modes 🙂 I did like the Moji’s option to switch to AA batteries, but I figure if there were ever a long power outage and the Alpen Glow ran out of power, I could always charge the Alpen Glow with my solar battery charger.
A bit disappointed with this one. When I saw “candle Flicker” mode in the description I thought I’d give it a try. Getting to the “flicker mode” was a bit frustrating for me. Having to “shake” it to reach that function made me very nervous (I’m “old school” shaking things was always a No,No).
Pressing and holding on/off button doesn’t seem to change flicker speed. As for different light modes, first one-white, second-real, third-both sides same color, fourth each half complementing colors, best way I can describe it.
For me, that fourth mode is a waste. The other downer for me is not being able to have one side for all modes, just the white light one. I’ve tried or I’m doing something wrong. For now it sits on the top of my headboard as a night light.
The button on top is easy to reach when I wake up in the middle of the night and don’t wanna use the “grid” lighting. With my other purchases I’ve had two thoughts when deciding on purchase. “Can I use it at the hunting cabin or during a power outage.
With all previous purchases the answer was yes to both. Can’t say it for this one. Seems this was made for “Glamping” not “camping”. If you are into partying out in the “woods” or on your back porch than this “little” guy is for you.
If someone from BioLite reads this, consider taking the accelerometer out of the light and placing it in a remote (with a ‘d” ring clip). And add a color changing, S. O. S. mode with the shaking feature.
I decided to really test whether this stays light as many hours as advertised. I charged it and left it on for a little over 120 hours (which is what was advertised). It is small enough to fit in the palm of my slightly large female hand and throws as much light as much larger units.
It lit up the kitchen (approx 16×12) well enough to see major features easily. Within 6 ft you can see every detail. The light cover is well engineered as it doesn’t hurt your eyes to look directly at it the way more exposed bulbs do- and yet it easily throws as much light as lamps that have less opacity.
The dimming feature is nice for winding down or when you simply don’t need or want as much light. The warm, flickering feature is fun and throws as much light as a 3 wick candle. The purple light is faint and works very nicely as a night light- and you can make it super dim or bright enough to see where you are going.
The multicolor changing light is really relaxing and we fell asleep to it twice. The dimming and brightening feature is really nice and easy to use. The strobe feature is pretty powerful and works at just about every light setting so you can have it flash at the high and low settings.
The material is really sturdy plastic and doesn’t scratch super easy but it will scuff if you rub it on a linoleum floor, on asphalt, or in the dirt. But it took a decent amount of abuse from our 5yo who found it and tried to hide it outside in the dirt.
The magnets on the underside are tiny and super strong so it sticks well wherever you put it- the side of the car, a fridge, etc. The little hooks on the bottom are handy for hanging from relatively average gauge rope.
We were looking mostly at quality, durability, and battery life and this thing scores a perfect 10. It’s clear this thing is extremely versatile and the basics barely scrape the tip of the iceberg where this thing’s utility is concerned.
I had the prior Remoji, which I loved. Unfortunately I left it in a rental van on a scout trip. When I saw this as the replacement I decided to spring for it. The size feels the same as my old one, but with the added features of dual power (rechargeable pack or AAAs), campfire mode and a different button set up.
Overall I like it. I did have to fix some manufacturing/design errors though, like another reviewer. The battery pack would not power the lantern, and the AAAs were in very lightly as well. The battery terminal contacts on one side were too far in, and would not make contact with the pack.
Upon adding some pressure to make them reach it would fire up. I had to bend them a little, and then wedge a small bit of folded paper from the instructions to keep the pressure there. After that it works as it should.
I have had BD lights for several years now, both small lanterns and headlamps, but it seems their QA/QC has taken a nose dive in the last couple years. Between this and the fiasco on the initial run of Storm 300 headlamps it has made me a little hesitant.
At least this was easily fixable – the Storm was a pure design/component issue that could not be remedied at home, although to their credit they did fix the power issues eventually. The campfire mode is neat, but a little gimmicky.
I have a similar feature on my Snow Peak mini hozuki, andI never use it. I doubt I will on this one either. The color changing feature is still the same – once you get it rotating you can stop on the color you want, and it will stay there the next time you want to go to the color mode.
The default is blue, but easy enough to get to red, green, or any shade in between.
Compact and stylish appearance, high performance, max output of 400 lumens. Powered by one rechargeable 18650 or two CR123A batteries. Top magnetic absorption and tripod socket for effective light fixation and light source control.
Multiple directional lighting, inside the tent and outside the campsite. Bundle includes 2 X EdisonBright CR123A batteries for back-up use It offers IP66 protection and a Micro USB charging port. Its power comes from one 18650 Li-on battery or two CR123A lithium batteries.
Both in-tent illumination and camping illumination are available. Undoubtedly, CL26R will be your best partner during outdoor activities. Features Compact and stylish appearance, high performance, max output of 400 lumens.
Powered by one 18650 or two CR123A batteries. Multiple directional lighting, inside the tent and outside the campsite. 25 meters wide-range beam diameter. Excellent cold-resistant design. IP66 rated protection.
Dual modes design: 6 white output levels, 2 red output levels. Electronic reverse polarity protection to protect from improper battery insertion. Top magnetic absorption and tripod socket for effective light fixation and light source control.
One-switch control – easy and convenient. 4. 1 oz/ 116 g (excluding battery and accessories). 1. 93” Length x 1. 93” Width x 3. 8” Height (49 x 49 x 97 mm).
The Fenix CL26R is an excellent personal lantern. Its fit and finish are excellent. The CL26R feels solid and well made. It is rated to take a fall from 1 meter. The dimensions are Height: Height: 3.
8″ Diameter: Width: 1. 93″ Weight: 4. 1 oz. /116 grams (excluding battery and accessories (Estimated weight of a 18650 battery is approximately 1. 6 oz / 45 grams) So with the battery installed, it is just under 6 ounces.
The lantern is about the size and weight of a medium spice jar or an individual can of pineapple juice. It takes standard non-proprietary 18650 batteries. I’ve tried it with brand batteries other than Fenix, and it works fine.
Light output is high 400, medium 150, low 40. I’m not getting into run times because they vary account to battery mAh 2600mAh, 3400mAh, or 3500mAh and, to a lesser extent, weather conditions. It has a Red and Blinking Red Light.
It is rated as 1 lumen, but I believe it is higher. You can charge the battery in the lantern using a micro USB cable. I usually bring one or more backup batteries on trips but rarely use the lantern long enough to need to swap one out.
“Special Features” 1. You can have only one side of the cylinder light up so you can perform tasks without glare in your eyes. This “front light” is 25 lumens. 2. The bottom light doubles as a non-glaring overhead light hung from above or as a backup flashlight.
The bottom light has two levels – 3 lumen and 25 lumens. (Note: The lantern is rated to last ten days if you just use the 3-lumen mode. ) 3. In addition to a shaped metal loop to hang it, it has a strong magnet to mount it on ferromagnetic metals.
I have used it not only on overnight trips but as emergency lighting, as a nightlight, and a work light. It can provide light for a tent, a small picnic table, or a small room. It’s not a campsite light.
If you’re light for something bright and floody look for lanterns with much higher lumens or use manual flood lights / search lights. From experience, I recommend one per person. Somehow its better than using a flashlight in the latrine.
For the next generation I’d like to see higher lumens especially in the front (task) light, and the flashlight (down kight). I’m also would like to see a Big Brother to the CL26R based on a 21700 battery.
I have been looking for the perfect backpacking / car camping lantern for like 10 years. Bought some cool headlamps from blackdiamond or petzl, found the new black diamond lanterns and they are almost perfect.
Finally found this one! It’s actually way smaller than it looks in the photos. Its closer to the size of the palm of your hand. The lighting is perfect, it’s not super bright where you burn your battery out too fast but its also bright enough to be able to see and do camping activities within 25 feet or so.
I appreciate its not super bright, because when your camping the goal isn’t to have a flood light where you can see 1/4 mile in every direction, your trying to have minimal light to move around and do stuff and still be able to see the stars.
I love how durable it is, as it takes a beating in a backpacking backpack. If your ultra light packing this will probably be too heavy for you, a minimalist headlamp will probably be all you want.
In todays world of lighting products it seems that one button for everything is the best choice. I understand the issues the designers and engineers face when a new product is being made. But, being able to select a feature such as brightness and another feature such as on/off would really be better choice IMHO.
The CL26R is a really nice lantern and one that I would recommend. But the flashlight on the end could be brighter the battery a little larger. I don’t use the device as a camper might, I use it when working inside of electronic hardware.
It provides light from many directions at once and is often better suited than just a normal flashlight might be. It is a great product as it is, but as always, there is room for improvement.
Enough brightness Its full brightness is about 300 lumen, making it bright enough to light up your space. By adopting the stripe panel housing, this camping light gives off the light pretty evenly without dazzling.
Portable light This portable light uses 3 D batteries (not included) as power supply, which enables you to carry the light to any place where you need a bright handy light. Say, you can use it for walking dog, camping, fishing, emergency usage or other activities.
Hanging function available The hook at the base enables you to hang them upside down, and you can even take the top off to get better light when lighting up a bigger area. And there is also a metal handle on the top to hang it everywhere.
Green indicator light It has a little blinking light on the front side, making it easy to find and helping to keep you from stumbling around in the dark as you move from one room to the other after sundown.
Skid resistance base By adopting qualified silicone at the bottom, the light is skid resistance. You can put it on a desk to light up your room without worrying about the light slips off to the ground.
Emergency lighting If your area gets lot of thunderstorms and power outages, you couldn’t miss this light. When there is no power due to a storm, you can rely on this portable light as it is able to light up your space and provide you with enough brightness.
About LE Lighting EVER, abbreviated to LE, focuses on creating the best lighting experience. Only high end LED and advanced optical design are adopted. Enjoy lighting with LE.
I’ve bought 2 of these LE lanterns. We have a lot of power outages and this definitely helps. I think 1000 lumens at this price is a super deal. This compact lantern is incredibly bright and really does light up a fairly large room.
Also the dimming and flash options are great. Got batteries at the dollar tree and they are lasting. Only uses 3 D cells. Works great outdoors too. Recommend to buy.
I confirm in good all that has already been described below, it’s all good! but there is a wonderful thing that I haven’t seen mentioned anywhere, it’s a function that I discovered last night while tweaking it! You turn it on and each time you press the button you change the lighting mode, either: – 1- powerful (very powerful) cold white light, – 2-warm white soft light, – 3-Mixed cold and warm light around 4000°K – 4-Warm white flashing light.
The lantern has been handy to me in multiple applications. From going out at night in a dark place to a dark attic, this lantern has proven itself to be a very useful product. It’s very bright and can be either held or clipped.
On the bottom is a small clip that appears to be very sturdy. Upon opening the lamp I noticed it’s rugged construction. I have yet to drop it, but it feels as if it would withstand a few drops without an issue.
The lantern has four settings which are cycled through as you press the power button. The first is a very bright, white light that is so bright it can light up a bedroom very well. The second is a dim, incandescent-like orange light.
The third option is a white light that is exactly like the first option, and the fourth setting is a strobe feature which uses the bright, white light. The model I got is not rechargable. It accepts 3 D batteries.
I chose this option because I plan on using it very frequently and would like for my lamp to last many years.
Core Equipment As the brightest core equipment LED lantern on the market, the core 750 lumen camping lantern features high, low, and amber night light modes and boasts an industry leading CREE LED bulb.
The adjustable light output dial allows you to easily control the light setting for any occasion. Built with durable, high quality materials, its impact resistant construction and a shatter resistant lens ensure that your lantern can handle life outdoors.
A sturdy steel handle allows for easy carrying or hanging for even better area light. This battery lantern is a great camp lantern and perfect for emergencies or backyard area lighting. Powered by 4D batteries (batteries not included).
I’m not a fan of super huge lanterns. This one is just a few inches and won’t take up a lot of space, but will provide just enough light. I don’t want super bright overlit spaces. It will be very useful for the campsite table and the tent interior.
There is a handy hanging clip that folds around the lantern and it only takes 2 AA batteries, so that’s easy to deal with.
This light has been Mazing for the past three years. Used primarily car camping, primitive cabins, and even a backup light for bbq competitions. I am in the market for another one to beef up the light on cabin trips.
The 750 has not had any issues, just make sure to keep the battery terminals clean and do not leave batteries stored inside of this for too long without using it.
Its bright. Its light. And although I haven’t chucked it down a rocky hill, seems sturdy enough. My only complaints are that the handle is a single piece which doesn’t allow you to hang the lantern from a ring inside the tent without using a carabiner or similar device.
Also, I would prefer a more positive/tactile switch as opposed to the button it has. If it protruded, it would allow you to feel for it in the dark. The switch is also a two-click sort of deal so you have to cycle through high-low.
150 Lumens, 120-Lumen Flashlight, Lantern Runtime 7-170 Hours, Lightweight at 2. 4 Ounces, Dimmable, IPX6 Waterproof, USB & Solar Rechargeable, Battery Power Indicator, Measures 3. 7 x 1. 5″. Compact and lightweight the Lighthouse Micro Flash USB Rechargeable Lantern from Goal Zero is a capable and versatile light for camping emergency preparedness and general household use.
This dimmable lantern offers output from 7 to 150 lumens and can run from 7 to 170 hours on a single charge depending on the brightness setting. It also works as a 120-lumen flashlight when you need a concentrated beam instead of an area light.
The Lighthouse Micro can be charged in 3. 5 hours from a compatible solar panel or from any USB port. It measures 3. 7 x 1. 5 and weighs just 2. 4 ounces so it won’t add much weight or bulk to your gear.
It’s rated IPX6 water-resistant able to withstand heavy splashing and rain.
Flashlight low – 100 hrs Flashlight high – 8.5 hrs One side low – 10 lumens – 170 hrs One side high – 75 lumens – 15 hrs Low – 20 lumens – 80 hrs High – 150 lumens – 7 hrs
IPX7, IPX6, FCC Part 15 Class B
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Reviews From Real Customers
I really like the idea of this. Having a small lantern/flashlight that charges via USB and doesn’t need a cable is great. I took it on a 4 day camping trip and found that every time I wanted to turn it on I had trouble finding the power button by feel.
I do not like where it is placed and I struggled every time. It was a big problem in the middle of the night in the dark when I needed to get out of my tent as fast as possible and had to struggle to turn it on for much too long.
My other issue is the lantern. I use the lantern more than the flashlight and found the dimmer setting to be too harsh. I wish there was a way to diffuse the light, maybe a sleeve to pull over it or something.
Good idea, but the button issue makes this a no go for me.
Love this little flashlight/lantern. It is very bright as a little flashlight or a low/high brightness lantern, for its lightness and small size. Last a long time before needing charging. It makes a great tent light when hung from the ceiling.
When not camping, leave it on my desk for when I need a flashlight around the house or when letting the dog out at night. One gripe about it is that the on/off button is in a weird place on the front of the flashlight end and hard to feel when trying to turn it on in the dark.
This camping lantern comes with built-in camping light on 2 sides and 2 more detachable flashlights on the other 2 sides. You can take them off to meet your need. With built-in 1800mAh rechargeable battery (USB cable and car charger included), you can take it to anywhere you need a handy light.
Or use three of D size batteries (not included) to turn on the lantern. The metal handles and a built-in compass, making this camping lamp perfectly suitable for camping, fishing, dog walking, emergency lighting etc.
We’ve been through a few torches/lanterns over the last few years trying to get something we’re happy with that provides enough light at night and this is the one. It’s bright with just the two lights on but if you leave the two torches in place then it’s super bright! Recharges brilliantly on a USB so can be used with solar powered charges or with an adapter in the car to make sure it’s always fully charged.
As one of the brightest LED lanterns on the market, the CORE 500 Lumen Camping Lantern features high and low lighting modes and boasts an industry leading CREE LED bulb. Built with durable, high quality materials, its impact resistant construction and a shatter resistant lens ensure that your lantern can handle life outdoors.
A sturdy steel handle allows for easy carrying or hanging for even better area light. This battery lantern is a great camp lantern and perfect for emergencies or backyard area lighting. Powered by 3 D batteries (batteries not included).
Rugged, cordless, alkaline battery-powered lantern provides 360 soft, even light that illuminates a large area. Rubber molded base provides stability on slippery uneven surfaces. Four white C4 LEDs one red LED.
After decades with different brands, the Streamlight Siege ‘D-Cell’ is the absolute best for home emergency/disaster backups. Streamlight products are made of excellent circuits and plastics. Note: this lamp’s “500 lumen” rating is with the lens/shield unscrewed so the bulb is exposed (sitting upright or hanging by it’s hook upside down).
Even with the shield in place the light output is even and exceptionally bright. My motive for getting this “D Cell” model was to by a few D-Cell to 3-AA-Cell converters at Amazon or Ebay and then to use the Lithium-Iron Energizer ULTIMATES in the lamp for any future event.
The Energizer AA ULTIMATES are Lithium Iron, very very long life at 20+ years at close to 100% power. You can tuck this away, NEVER ANY CORROSION with the Energizer ULTIMATE Lithium Iron AA batteries.
so forget about corrosion, forget about lithium heat sensitivity as these AA’s are truly ‘Disaster’ ready no matter how long they are stored for, and SO IS THIS LIGHT! Among the bat-converters I have used are the inexpensive (8 for $12): Whizzotech-Parallel-Battery-Adapters from Amazon/Ebay/or Online sources.
they work well. This light is smaller, but not too small, with excellent light quantity and distribution AND RUN-TIME. The plastics seem to be first quality virgin resins (not junk). and last but not least: THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT IS VERY EASY TO UNSCREW AND REPLACE.
so whether in the dark or light, male/female/other you will not have difficulty managing battery replacement, etc. With the battery converters you can then use 3-D-Cells, OR 9-AA-Cells, of which the Energizer ULTIMATES will sit-fully-energized-and-ready for 20+ years with NO corrosion risk! That’s it.
I’ve had mine for approx 5-yrs and its truly an excellent light.
This model’s price is low for this brand, but I also needed to buy two sets of rechargeable D batteries and a battery charger, so my total was not actually very cheap. Maybe I’m more sensitive than most people, but I very much dislike the cold, harsh, piercing frequency of the white light from these LEDs.
So much so that I actually don’t like using this lantern. This type of white is like the irritating rays from overhead flourescent tube bulbs in a bad gas station bathroom, or the blinding surgery light that a dentist positions over your mouth.
I would much rather have a softer type of white light, which would also fit much better with the whole “lantern” concept. It could be just as bright – that’s not the issue, but I’m taking about a wavelength that is a slightly more yellow tone than blue.
I might try to find some colored plastic film that I can cut to size and insert around the inside.
Brighten any area with the Eveready Collapsible Camping LED Lantern. With convenient top handles, it can be carried as a lantern or collapsed it into a single beam flashlight with side holding handle for up to 91 meters of distance.
It delivers 360° of area light with 280 lumens as a lantern and 60 lumens of light as a directional spotlight. Illuminate your path on a hiking or camping trip, light up small spaces during DIY projects, or brighten the inside of your home during a power outage.
With red night vision mode, it’s the perfect light for nighttime outdoor activities plus it has a durable construction, heavy-duty base magnet for versatile placement, and optional single base hook for hanging.
It features 4 convenient modes, including a red flashing light for emergencies.
This 4-pack looked like a surprise from the photos prior to receiving. The multipurpose design is something that is very useful. The mixture between a lantern and a flashlight is certainly very beneficial with this product.
However, when I received the product I was a little let down with the actual product. The box colors and design are very basic and not attractive. The usage of the lights and lighting ability are really unbeatable for the price point, but one of four of these actually did not work properly.
One lantern was always on instead of turning on when pulled out. The construction is made with cheaper, brittle plastic and the thin metal handles leave something to be desired. I did like that the batteries come with the product.
I really love the magnetic feature on the base of these for use working anywhere. I would most likely purchase an upgraded type of lantern/flashlight combo with better construction meant for longer lasting service in a 2-pack instead of 4-pack as well.
The Eveready Collapsible Camping LED Lantern, 2-Pack is one of the most prodigious inventions that I have ever had the distinct pleasure of using! It is extremely lightweight (less than 1 pound)! Each lantern requires 3 AA batteries.
There are two lanterns, so that is 6 AA batteries in total which are included in the box. The product is a collapsible lantern, it doubles as both a lantern & as a flashlight, and it also possesses a nigh vision setting.
The LED lights are brilliant and powerful! They light up even the darkest of spaces with ease and style! There are three small, but exceptionally robust magnets at the bottom of the lantern. This allows the lantern to easily attach itself to any metallic surface and remain stable & secure.
There is a small hook at the bottom of the lantern, which I would assume is used for storage. Overall, I absolutely adore this lantern / flashlight! It is inventive, compact, aesthetically appealing, and hopefully durable!.
I recently received a 4 pack of Eveready Collapsible Camping lanterns. My first reaction when opening the box was happy that they included Eveready batteries! Upon looking at the product, they were made well, very sturdy for their size and had “handles” to use both as a flashlight and as a lantern.
There is also a hanging hook. The light itself was shockingly bright which would be excellent in a dark room or outdoor tent. That said, if you arent prepared for that much brightness its better to open the lantern while it is at your side or behind you.
Other functions are a red light mode with two speeds of blinking options and flashlight mode. This would be a great option to use if stranded on the side of a road. My family and I all recommend this great collapsible lantern.
I’m looking forward to using them outdoors this spring and summer but for now they will be an excellent temporary light for when the electricity goes out or packing in the car for a slippery, snowy day.
Whether at home, in the garage, workshop, or on a camping trip, this mini lantern is an invaluable tool. With the push of a button you can cycle through a 1-watt torch, a 250 lumen lantern, and a flashing red signal.
The energy-efficient LEDs provide clear, bright light. A magnetic bottom lets you anchor the lantern to a steel surface.
It dawned on me that this is the best lantern that I ever purchased! So helpful during power outages caused by Noreasters. The brightest setting illuminates the whole room and the center of the lantern emits a direct light.
The 2nd setting is still bright but offers a more diffused light. Haven’t needed to use the flashing red yet but it is very effective and will certainly capture someone’s attention. Own these in two colors and would purchase more.
Got this pop up lantern while on sale. Purchased the red one. When I got it, I was shocked how small it was. But once I turned it on, it lit up the whole dark room. It’s great for power outages. Great when you dont want to get up and turn on a light switch.
Great as a flash light. Great as an emergency light, since it has the red flashing light feature. Overall, happy with my purchase.
I have at least 4 of these now. I live in a very rural area, no street lighting, and these come in handy when the power is out. Small profile with a very bright light. I have them on standby in several rooms and actually used one full time in the mudroom when there was a line short until it was repaired.
Have also used in the greenhouse in the evening. A great item to have and can be hung just about anywhere for sufficient lighting.
Compact And Bright, This Lantern Puts Out An Impressive 200 Lumens And Will Run Up To Six Hours On Three Aaa Batteries (Included). It Uses The Latest Cob (Chip On Board) Led Technology For Superior Illumination And Heat Dispersion.
Can Be Hung Or Stood On A Flat Surface. Ideal For Camping, Workshop, Or Emergencies. Copper Color.
LE Rechargeable Camping Lantern 1000 Lumen Camping Light 4 Modes Emergency Lightnn–Brightness up to 1000 lumens, equal to 75W halogen bulbs, suitable for family or other group activities where high brightness is needed, like BBQ or small party.
Its nontransparent outer case helps to emit smooth light with dazzle. nn–Built-in 4400mAh rechargeable battery allows charging the lantern via a USB cable. Good to the environment and donu2019t need to spend money on batteries.
It can also work as a power bank to charge your phone or laptop temporarily. nn–The light color can change to cool white, warm white and neutral white together with a flashing mode. Long press the button to adjust the brightness.
nn–With a hook on the base and a metal handle on the top, you can hang the lantern to light up a larger area. Besides, the case of the lantern can be unscrewed to get brighter lighting. nn–Good for outdoor activities in light rain or snowy day.
The Fenix CL20R rechargeable camping lantern emits a maximum 300 lumens from its built-in 1600mAh battery and neutral white LED. This lantern has six lighting modes, including 4 white light levels and red and red flashing.
Charging and battery level indicators help you make sure you have the power you need. The magnetic bottom and hanging hook make it easy to light any situation. Rain resistant, splash proof and dust proof, the light weight and durable CL20R lantern is the perfect camping companion.
I’ve probably purchased 4-6 of these lanterns which includes the non-rechargeable CL20 version as well. All of them are great, but I do prefer the newer and rechargeable CL20R version because of the 1 lumen moon glow setting.
I used these lights when I lost power for a week here in Texas during the February 2021 snow storm. I had no power, no heat and no running water for a week. I have emergency preparations and am an avid camper so I was set.
I really appreciated this lantern and the moon glow setting. I kept it on that setting at night which made sleeping more comfortable since it was pitch black, devoid of sound and very cold. Although it provided no warmth, it gave me endless hours of comfort during several long and dark nights.
To be fair, I have not extensively used this thing. The integrated battery is pretty cool, and it’s plenty bright for night time use. The light is pretty neutral, a little yellow, but mostly white. I like the magnetic base, if you have the free harbor freight lights, this is basically the ultimate upgrade.
Bright, STRONK magnet, and you can adjust the brightness by pressing the button several times. My only concern is how well it performs when stored in a car. I will be testing mine shortly. Usually I have to charge lithium ion cells on my fenix flashlight every 2 months due to excessive discharge during storage.
I bought one of these and had to get another one. Used it camping at a Dark Park which is no white light, and the red light option was really nice to be able to use (and was a main reason I got it). The size, build quality, weather proofing and options to have white light or red light is really nice.
Would recommend to anyone who might go camping, need emergency lighting, maybe a night light, etc. Love the fact that you can hang it or use the magnet on the bottom as well. I mean honestly it is everything you can want in a little light.
After several power blackouts in my area, I was looking for an upgrade from my previous brand of LED Lanterns (Streamlight & Coleman). For emergency lights, I normally prefer non-rechargeable batteries, but this lantern has good run times & convenient charging.
The batteries can be charged without removing them by using the USB port, but I prefer to charge the batteries outside the unit. I was hesitant to buy a lantern with USB-type charging because I prefer a completely-enclosed system, but the rubber door on this lantern fits so snugly & is very durable, so it wasn’t an issue for me.
Besides, I don’t go camping, so the lantern will only be used indoors. After charging the included batteries, I tested the unit in a large bedroom. There are 5 different lighting modes & I was pleasantly surprised at how bright the light is – even before getting to the highest mode.
I also compared the unit to my 3 other lanterns & this one is brighter, even though one of the other brands claims a higher light output than this one. In fact, I just ordered two more.
Other than testing it to make sure it worked, I haven’t used it yet. I purchased this as a backup camping lantern/tent light and to have around the house for a power outage. I wanted something rechargeable that took a common battery that could be replaced.
This seems well built like other Fenix products I own. It is very bright for such a compact size. There are a few small downsides, but they are small issues to me. It is pricy, but it it last for years of use, I guess it’s worth it.
The lantern is a little top heavy, because the weight of the batteries sit high. It comes with three 2600mah batteries but the manual recommends 3500mah batteries to extend the runtime. It would have been nice if it came with higher capacity batteries to begin with.
I would like to see the 21700 batteries with a USB-C charger for longer runtime and faster charging. I wouldn’t be surprised if we see this in the future, as many companies are going this way. Overall, I think it’s going to be a great light.
Really durable piece of equipment – built with the same solid feel as all of my Fenix lights. The included 2600mAh batteries are Fenix batteries and they’re excellent but I replaced them with 3500mAh which bumps the runtime up significantly which I needed for week-long camping trips.
Love the tripod stand on the bottom – I have 8 foot lightweight flash stands that I use for photography that lets me put this up high on the campsite and on i can evenly illuminate the entire campsite.
I leave the included battery isolator in it until use just to prevent any potential parasitic drain on the batteries (my 3500’s are also low self-draining type). It’s size is perfect – fits in a 1. 5L ditty bag/cinch sack that will protect the 360 lens well during packing and transport.
This will definitely come handy in a home power outage or nightime outdoor events but I believe this really shines for camping – at least car camping as it’s too heavy for backpack camping where lighter solar-sourced options are better suited.
The Fenix CL26R is a bright, rechargeable, high-performance lantern designed to provide illumination for 4 people for up to 400 hours. The CL26R boasts a bright 400 lumen output with a beam stretching up to 27 yards in diameter.
A single switch provides easy access to 6 white light and 2 red light modes. The energy efficient down-directional modes are ideal for tent lighting, or use the front directional light to avoid disturbing others when reading or performing other close-up tasks.
A constant red light mode helps preserve night vision during nighttime activities while the red flash can be used for alerting and signaling. The Fenix CL26R is powered by one 18650 Li-on battery or two CR123A batteries.
When running low on power, simply swap out your batteries or use the built-in micro-USB port to charge the CL26R with compatible power sources like power banks, car adapters, or solar panels. Constructed from durable material that is both dust proof and waterproof, the CL26R easily withstands even the harshest conditions.
A cold-resistant layer ensures good performance even in low temperature environments. With a top hook, magnetic top, and tripod interface, you will find endless hands-free applications. Weighing just over 4 ounces, the compact CL26R can easily be stored in pouches, bags or backpacks, making it the perfect camping light to bring on your next outdoor excursion!.
Miniature lantern Ledlenser ML4 for planned and completely unexpected situations. It is very compact, so you can carry it with you at all times. Despite ultra-compact size, the light it produces is very effective and surprisingly strong.
Thanks to the safety hook it is quite portable and you can attach it your backpack or a belt where so it is always handy. Lantern features the all the modern technologies such as Dual Power which allows use of disposable batteries if needed, red light for night vision, and a simple magnetic charging system.
The third strap over the top of your head seems unnecessary and makes the actions of taking off, storing away, picking up (the right way round) and putting it on too cumbersone. Other designs have a single band around the head and rubber ribs built in to the front and back parts to resist it all slipping downwards ! The light power lever is an incomplete concept from their drawing board: the bottom 20% and the top 20% of moving the lever have NO EFFECT whatsoever, so the lever is only useful for the middle 60% of its travel.
This is like those annoying fuel gauges in cars that stay on FULL for the first 100 miles after filling up, and then give you another 100 miles after the needle shows your tank is EMPTY. Why would a manufacturer do that ??! Also, a small point, but is it really too much effort for LedLenser to show which direction is brighter and dimmer for their control lever? Supposing you’re trying to fix a fault, or you want to set it to dim before switching it on (so as not to disturb someone else).
Seventy years on why does the public still have to suffer the consequences of Mies van der Rohe and his damned minimalism ? The charging from micro-USB is a nice feature and the zoom lens works well.
The evenness of the light field is good, but LedLenser should have realised by now that the human field of vision is roughly like a wide, rounded-off 16:9 CINEMA screen. So they could make their LED chips more efficient by illuminating ONLY that shape.
Casting light in a round circle in front of human eyes makes no sense – It’s not the shape that our eyes are working in ! Modern LEDs, reflectors and lenses would now permit LedLenser head torches to escape the old “circle-of-light” paradigm.
They could probably save 15% battery life with this improvement.
The Zempire Megadome V2 Lantern puts out a comforting light that attracts minimal mosquitoes. The integrated hanging cable and hook allow you to hang it just about anywhere on the campsite, and the rechargeable lithium battery delivers up to 45 hours run time.
It includes a USB charging cable to keep your phones or devices charged, too.
This light is so versatile! We’ve used it in and out of the tent, in a tree, on a table, even in the house. Very long charge life, and the variable settings are great. If I had to pick on anything, it’s that the opaque shade glows in the dark for a very long time.
It wasn’t really an issue though, and some may find this a very useful feature for those with little kids.
First camping light I’v seen that gives off normal light, like a house lamp. All others are more like a torch light that you cannot look towards without blinding. It made interior of tent so homelike, I laid in bed and read with it on, and I bought a second one for the other room in the tent.
The battery lantern is an ideal solution for power outages. It is easy to use and provides a reliable source of light. The lantern is also safe to use around children and pets. The lantern is a great addition to any home emergency kit.
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