Coleman Lantern

Provide hours of outdoor lighting during night hikes with the spark of Coleman LED and gas lights. The Powerhouse Dual Fuel gas light provides up to 20 hours of light on post-dusk adventures using liquid fuel or gasoline. Power through all weather conditions thanks to built-in All Season Strong technology and a porcelain-coated ventilator that resists rust and corrosion. Customize your lighting levels with the 390L dual LED light, providing up to 299 hours of runtime in a single LED camping light. Unpredictable weather on the horizon? Our selection of battery-powered LED lanterns are IPX4 designed to be waterproof in the event of rain and feature long-lasting LEDs. No matter where you go, the road ahead is never too dark with a Coleman outdoor lantern in hand.

Hot Coleman Lantern

Coleman LED 700 Lumens Personal Lantern

The Coleman CPX 6 Rugged 700L LED lights up the night with disposable or rechargeable batteries. This 360° light has two settings – high and low. With up to 30 hours of high run time and up to 70 hours of low run time, the sun will come up before you need fresh energy. The LEDs run cool and don’t need to be replaced. The light is designed to reduce glare and produce a comfortable, streak-free beam.

Coleman 1000 Lumens LED Lantern with BatteryGuard

The 1000-lumen LED lantern with BatteryGuard prevents battery drain, so you get power when you need it most. As long as the battery is connected to the circuit, a traditional light will experience residual power drain. With BatteryGuard, the battery is automatically disconnected from the circuit when the light is turned off, extending its life by up to 25%. It can be switched between high, medium, low and blink modes.

Coleman Quad Pro 800L LED Lantern

Four go-anywhere panels, each magnetized with its own controls, can be adjusted to your liking and can be easily attached to a metal surface for hands-free lighting when needed. The base charges the panel when connected and features a USB charging port to keep your mobile device powered and ready to go. The lantern is IPX4 waterproof and its LEDs are long-lasting, so there’s no need to replace them.

Common Uses for Coleman Lanterns

There are no restrictions on how the Coleman lantern can be used, but some common uses include:

1. camping
2. hiking
3. hunting
4. fishing
5. emergency lighting
6. backyard lighting
7. Nighttime outdoor activities
8. Environmental home lighting or decoration

Coleman Lantern Types

Depending on your preference, you can purchase Coleman lanterns that use a variety of different fuel types, each with its own unique advantages.

Battery Powered Lanterns

This type of lantern includes rechargeable options and options that use disposable batteries. Battery-powered lanterns are safer than propane powered lanterns because there is no real flame or flammable gas used. Another advantage of battery-powered lanterns is the option to carry extra batteries or a portable charger to ensure you have plenty of light.

Fuel Powered Lanterns

For those looking to go the more classic route, there are propane, butane and liquid fuel lanterns available. Fuel-powered lanterns are great for colder temperatures and can produce bright light, but extra precautions need to be taken, especially around young children or pets. If you need a lantern for a longer period of time, it is best to carry additional fuel canisters.

Solar lanterns

The most environmentally friendly lanterns are those that run on solar power. These also tend to be one of the safest options. Hikers and backpackers can benefit from solar-powered lanterns because they don't need to carry any extra fuel or backup batteries. However, without sufficient sunlight, you may not be able to achieve a full charge.

More Coleman Lantern

133
Coleman LED Lantern | 390 Lumens Twin LED Lantern

With up to 390 lumens, this lantern lets you see farther and wider, while four no-change LEDs provide effective, efficient, energy-saving illumination. Its weatherproof construction provides reliable output even in wet and windy conditions, and its base unscrews for quick access to the battery compartment, so you can replace them almost anywhere.

134
Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern with Hard Carry Case

Light up your campsite in any weather with the efficient Coleman 700-lumen premium dual-fuel lantern. The 2-layer shade design produces a steady, bright glow of up to 700 lumens up to 16 meters away. With all the quick-matching strikes needed to start the light, dual-fuel technology provides the ability to burn Coleman liquid fuel or unleaded gasoline.

135
Coleman 1000 Lumens Deluxe Propane Lantern

The Coleman 1000 Lumen Deluxe Dual Cloak Propane Lantern is as stable as ever. This lantern uses pressure regulation to control fuel flow, so you get consistent light at any temperature. This Coleman propane lantern is lit with a match and has a control knob that acts like a dimmer switch, allowing you to adjust the brightness and burn time.

136
Coleman Rugged Rechargeable 400L LED Lantern

The lithium-ion battery can be charged from any household outlet, and you'll know it's fully charged when the LED turns green. The lantern emits 400 lumens of bright light at heights of over 12 meters. The LEDs are designed to reduce glare and produce a comfortable, streak-free beam. Maximum runtime is up to 5 hours and low runtime is up to 20 hours.

137
Coleman NorthStar Propane Lantern

Want to shine some super bright light on your next camping trip? Look no further than the Coleman NorthStar 1500 Lumen 1-Mantle Propane Carry Light with Storage. Light up your lantern by clicking the Instastart button to ignite it-no need to pack matches! When you're ready to go home, the feet on the base fold up for compact storage in the included case until your next bright adventure.

138
Coleman Two-Mantle Propane Lantern with Case

Don't sit in the dark when you can light up your world. Coleman's two-tier propane lantern with carrying case is just what you need to light up your campsite. The respirator is fired in porcelain so it won't rust, and the stable base comes with retractable legs for easy storage. The lantern is easy to light with a match and a bottle of propane, and you can count on it to keep burning for up to 14 hours.

139
Coleman One Mantle Kerosene Lantern

It is powered by Coleman kerosene, the most cost effective source of fuel available. The lantern's single shade design produces a steady, bright glow of up to 700 lumens up to a distance of 11 meters. After lighting the lantern with a match, then use the adjustable control knob to adjust it to the perfect brightness. When you're ready to go home, it doesn't need any disassembly.

140
Coleman Lantern Df 2 Mantle with Case

This Coleman lantern features a dual-fuel design that uses Coleman liquid fuel or unleaded gasoline. Provides better reliability in the coldest conditions. One tank of fuel will provide up to seven hours of high altitude power for the lantern. Use the adjustable knob to find the right light, allowing you to dim the brightness level from a maximum of 700 lumens to the lowest brightness you need.

What To Look For In A Quality Coleman Lantern

Lamps and lanterns can help brighten up your outdoor hike or camping adventure, providing plenty of light to refresh your mood.Coleman lanterns are the perfect companion to make your trip beautiful and filled with fresh, bright light.

1. Operation
The total run time you get from your lantern is directly related to the brightness level used. The darker the brightness setting, the longer the run time. When choosing a lantern, try to select one that has enough run time to meet your intended activity or situation. You may even want to overestimate the required run time to ensure you are not left in the dark.

 

2. Brightness
Lantern brightness is measured in lumens. The higher the lumen rating, the brighter the output of your lantern. Propane lamps are typically capable of producing 1,000-1,500 lumens, and LED models are more likely to have lumen ratings below 1,000.

 

3. Adjustability
The best Coleman lamps have adjustable settings, so you can switch from a dim reading light to a brighter light with a simple turn of the dial. This also allows you to maximize the life of your lantern.

 

4. Portability
If you know you’ll be using your lantern while hiking, camping or traveling, you’ll want to choose a Coleman model that isn’t too big or heavy. A wide range of sizes are available, and some portable lanterns even fold down to make storage a breeze.

 

5. Durability
Since you’ll likely be using your lantern outdoors, durability is critical. Many Coleman lanterns are somewhat waterproof, so showers won’t cause any damage, while others may even be shock resistant, allowing them to withstand accidental drops or falls.