|by nora mejorado nawa||Date Added: Sunday 26 May, 2013|
I don't know if it will actually work but I bought for decorative use. It's exactly as pictured. It came very well packaged so as to not break. It was wrapped in the bubble wrap that self sticks. It was fun trying to unwrap at the last minute it kept resealing itself in the bubble wrap. It arrived on time and intact. Thank you
|by Gerald W Monroe||Date Added: Friday 11 January, 2013|
Small lamp of average quality construction. Its all metal and hangs well. Will burn for over 9 hours on a fill up and is easy to use. Looks old school and that is a plus.
|by Connie MacMillan||Date Added: Saturday 08 December, 2012|
I got two of these and am so glad I did because the light is bright, it's very portable, and now I know we have 2 bright sources of light for those power outages that are happening more and more often with the changing weather.
|by trail||Date Added: Friday 22 May, 2009|
This little lantern puts out a nice light and easily burns all night on a tank of fuel, but it is by no means a hurricane lantern. I bought a couple to keep on my boat and tested one extensively over the last week. I hung it in the rigging each night, and found that a moderate rainfall or few knots of wind is enough to put it out. I guess nowadays "hurricane lantern" means a backup for the electricity being out, but it used to mean a lantern that would stay lit through a hurricane. This one won't. It's great for ambience, but don't buy one thinking it will make a good anchor light.
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