Vous voulez briller de mille feux pendant votre prochain séjour au camping? Ne cherchez pas plus loin que la lanterne compacte au propane et à un manchon Coleman® NorthStar® 1 500 lumens avec boîtier. Allumez votre lanterne à l’aide du bouton-poussoir Instastart™, pas besoin d’amener d’allumettes! Lorsque vous êtes prêt à rentrer, les pieds de la base se replient pour un rangement compact dans le boîtier compris jusqu’à votre prochaine aventure.
La technologie PerfectFlow™ offre une performance constante, même dans des conditions extrêmes et à haute altitude.
Allumage Instastart™ par bouton-poussoir sans allumette
1 500 lumens à puissance élevée, éclairage jusqu’à 23 m
Jusqu’à 4 heures à chaleur élevée ou 9 heures à chaleur basse avec une bonbonne de propane de 485 ml (vendue séparément)
La brillance ajustable vous offre un contrôle précis pour un éclairage extérieur parfait.
La base pliable sur pied offre une plus grande stabilité et un rangement compact.
Le ventilateur à 2 niveaux, recouvert de porcelaine, résiste à la corrosion et à la rouille.
Le protège-globe en métal offre une protection accrue contre les impacts.
Le globe qui résiste aux températures élevées ne craquera pas.
L’anse permet de la transporter et de l’accrocher facilement.
Dimensions:16,8 x 17,3 x 36,57 cm
Sac de transport:Non
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Rated 5 de
Had it for years and love itThis is a great product. Very bright. Very well made. I’ve not been kind to mine over the years and it’s still going strong. I read some of the negative reviews here and from the sound of it those people haven’t used a gas lantern before. All mantles get brittle, all nuts on all hats get loose, it comes with the territory. Nothing will outshine a gas lantern though. Maybe the folks who wrote negative reviews should stick with battery power. I have a “tank tree” and attach mine to a 20lb propane tank at basecamp.
Date de publication: 2018-12-08
Rated 1 de
Mantels break with even the slightest bumpBought this lantern to use on night time clam digs here on the Washington coast. The first mantel burned through on the pre burn rendering the lantern almost completely useless. Got new mantels the next day. Pre burned one went to light lantern and it blew the mantel out. Put yet another mantel onpre burned, got the lantern lit successfully. By the time I walked from the truck to the waters edge, the mantel had completely broke off at the top, rendering the lantern again mostly useless, unless I kept it tilted so the mantel would actuly kind of do its job. I guess if you lit it and hung it and just left it, it might me q decent lantern. But it cant be moved once lit.
Date de publication: 2018-10-30
Rated 1 de
Super Bright. Doesn't Last Due To Design Flaw.The lantern has one major design flaw; a threaded screw attached to the main body of the internal lantern breaks off into the lantern and cannot be repaired during basic usage. If the lantern is jostled around, the internal screw separates from the thin metal and cannot be reattached. Once the screw falls inside the lantern, there is no easy way to retrieve it and which prevents you from attaching the glass globe and top to the lantern.
If Coleman could help me with a way to fix this, I'd greatly appreciate it.
Date de publication: 2019-07-21
Rated 2 de
Seems great, sure wish I could use the thing.The screw that attaches the lantern cap to the lantern fell into the body of the lantern. I have been unable to even fire the mantle because shortly after I began trying to insert the mantle the screw fell into the base and I have been unable to retrieve it. I've taken the lantern almost completely apart to try and find a hole the screw can fall out of, but if I dismantle it any further I'm worried I'll damage the lantern.
It gets a 2 of 5 because other than this the construction seems solid. I'd love to.be able to actually use the thing, and will update my review if I manage to retrieve the screw and assemble the lantern.
Date de publication: 2023-10-19
Rated 5 de
Beacon in the nightI have Coleman fuel, Coleman kerosene and Coleman propane lanterns and I like them all for different uses. The Northstar propane is really convenient with the push button ignition and the fact that propane needs no warmup time to vaporize the fuel, plus they run a little cleaner with hardly any smell and it is by far the brightest of the bunch. The only downside is propane is the most expensive to operate but is not a big issue for me. I definitely wouldn't be without one and would consider it a good choice for backup lighting for power outages.
Date de publication: 2019-01-30
Rated 1 de
The bolt holding the top is inside the topThe bolt came inside the top making it unusable. Coleman needs to fix
Date de publication: 2019-07-15
Rated 5 de
Tent camp FL par
So Easy to UseWe have had the dual fuel laterns in the past, but the propane is so much easier. Turn the knob press the button and you are good to go. Even my wife can light it.
Date de publication: 2018-01-21
Rated 4 de
Northstar propane LanternI've owned this lantern for 3 years, very bright and easy to light. I broke the glass a few years back and found it hard to find a new one, I ended up calling customer service and they directed me to a place where a could get a replacement, I found it odd that they didn't have the replacement glass in stock but all went good with the place they told me I could get one. Other then that issue the lantern has worked very well. I use it on a 20Lb propane bottle so no issue with the amount of fuel it uses. I would have give it a 5 star rating if it wasn't so hard to get the replacement glass.