The model number is printed on the base of the lantern, under the lighting instructions. The date code is stamped on the underside of the lantern. A Coleman logo sticker is affixed to the front of the lantern base.
How many BTU is a Coleman lantern?
Series 1 & 2 natural gas lanterns use 3451 BTUs per hour; series 3 natural gas lanterns use 4854 BTUs per hour.
How old is the Coleman lantern?
The Coleman Lantern is a line of pressure lamps first introduced by the Coleman Company in 1914. This led to a series of lamps that were originally made to burn kerosene or gasoline. Current models use kerosene, gasoline, Coleman fuel (white gas) or propane and use one or two mantles to produce an intense white light.
How do you use a Coleman Dual fuel lantern?
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Do coleman lanterns give off heat?
The coleman will give enough heat in a small portable to keep your holes open when it is over or about 20 degrees outside. (It does not keep things warm and toasty however.) After temps plunge below that, especially with wind, youll need a heater to keep things comfortable and to prevent ice up. Love them Pout!
Can you burn unleaded gas in a Coleman lantern?
Unleaded gasoline at the store is a lower grade of white gas with additives . And yes it works just fine in ANY of my Coleman lanterns and stoves for over 30 yrs now . You MUST clean the generator, spring, and needle valve rod inside there once in a while with either fuel anyway. More often (Once or twice a year..)
How long will a Coleman Dual fuel lantern burn?
Technical SpecsBest UseCampingMax Light Output (Lumens)700 lumensFuelWhite Gas AutoFuel Capacity17.9 fluid ouncesBurn Time (Max Flame)7 hr. 55 min.3 more rows
Are candle lanterns safe in tents?
Particularly for winter camping, a candle lantern puts out quite a bit of light, and if the wind is not blowing hard, can raise the inside temperature of a tent by ten to 15 degrees. Sure, you can hang the lantern, or set it on the tent floor away from the walls, but theres always the risk it gets bumped or something.