Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern

Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern


The Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern is perfect for camping, hunting, tailgating and in emergency situations.


  • Adjustable dimmer knob for the perfect outdoor light
  • Dual Fuel power runs on Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline
  • 7 hours of runtime on high using one tank of fuel
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You'll have fuel versatility when you pack a Coleman Premium Dual Fuel Lantern. This outdoor companion runs on either Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline. Find just the right light with an adjustable knob that allows you to dim the brightness level from its highest at 861 lumens to as low as you need it. The Dual Fuel design is less expensive to run, because it uses less fuel than propane-powered lanterns. It's also more reliable, with better dependability in the coldest conditions. One tank of fuel will power the lantern for up to 7 hours on high. It includes a 3-year limited warranty.


  • Extra-bright 861 lumens on high
  • All-Season Strong fuel design for incredible light in frigid conditions
  • Two-mantle lighting No. 21 mantles (included)
  • 3.81 lbs. (1.73 kg)
  • Filter funnel included
  • 3-year limited warranty
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