LED Camping Lantern, Battery Powered LED with 1000LM, 4 Light Modes, Waterproof Tent Light, Perfect Lantern Flashlight for Hurricane, Emergency, Survival Kits, Hiking, Fishing, Home and More

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LE – Lighting EVER

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Note

This batteries is not compatible with rechargeable batteries due to the design of internal resistance and current,Please use 1.5V D batteries.(Not included)

Specifications

  • LED Power: 10W
  • Brightness: 1000LM
  • Color Temperature: 3000K / 6000K
  • Discharging Time: Daylight White 18 hrs, Warm White 25 hrs, Combined 12 hrs
  • Water Resistance: IPX4

Features

LED Camping Lantern, Battery Powered LED with 1000LM, 4 Light Modes, Waterproof Tent Light, Perfect Lantern Flashlight for Hurricane, Emergency, Survival Kits, Hiking, Fishing, Home and More

LED Camping Lantern, Battery Powered LED with 1000LM, 4 Light Modes, Waterproof Tent Light, Perfect Lantern Flashlight for Hurricane, Emergency, Survival Kits, Hiking, Fishing, Home and More

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Water Resistant

IPX4 water resistance allowed this camping light working at moisture environment , splashing water is NOT a matter to concern.

Removable Cap

After removing the cap, can use this lantern upside down for camping, snowstorm, emergency usage or other outdoor activities

360 Degree Brightness

With 4 lighting modes of 360 degree brigtness to choose from, you can adjust the camp lamp to your desired brightness.

Wide applications

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Brightness 1000 LM 1000 LM 1000 LM 500LM 190 LM 140 LM
Color Temperature 3000K & 6000K 3000K & 6000K 6000K 6500 & 7500K 6000 & 7000K 3000K & 6000K
Power Type Battery Powered USB Rechargeable USB Rechargeable USB Rechargeable Battery Powered Battery Powered
Size 3.7 * 3.5* 7.2 in 3.5 * 3.5 * 7.2 in 9.84 * 4.92 * 6.89 in 6.6 * 3.2 * 3.5 in 2.7 * 2.7* 3.7in 2 * 2 * 4.1 in
Lighting Mode 4 4 5 6 1 3
Weight 14 oz(400g) 19 oz(550g) 29 oz(850g) 12 oz(355g) 8 oz(225g) 8 oz(220g)

Features & Specifications

  • High Brightness & Dimmable: Long press the button to adjust brightness up to 1000 lumens, suitable for reading or illuminate the whole space.
  • 4 Lighting Modes: Short press the button to switch light modes (daylight white, warm white, full brightness, flashshing).
  • Long Battery Life: Powered by 3pcs D alkaline batteries, it can last 12 hours even under 1000 lumen brightness setting. Not rechargeable.
  • IPX4 Water Resistant: It could protected against splashing water from all angle, suitable for outdoor activities in rainy or snowy day.
  • Hanging Hook & Removable Cover: With a hook the bottom and a metal handles on the top, it can be hung back and forth for all sorts of purposes.
  • Weight: ‎408 Grams
  • Warranty: ‎Lifetime.

Pros & Cons

Pros

The best Lighting Ever - A comparison of lanterns and why the LE wins over RayOVac Sportsman. Purchased this Lighting Ever 1000 lumens lantern and the Rayovac Sportsman 240 Lumen LED Lantern SE3DLNACOM on the same order. Not realizing the identical nature of each lantern at the time, having both in hand together allowed me to make a side by side comparison. This might help someone chose which one to buy. The Rayovac I purchased on this page shows a 240 lumen lantern, however the one that arrived clearly states 305 lumens. Physically, the LE and RV are manufactured almost identically in composition. Both require 3 D sized batteries to operate. The LE is only one ounce more than the RV, but the LE feels and looks sturdier and of higher quality. LE and RV will be used when describing each lantern, but keep in mind that I am comparing the Rayovac 305 lumen that arrived, versus what is advertised on the Amazon page. The LE's output on highest mode is 1000 lumens compared to the RV's highest mode at 305; both are daylight white on high. On high, the LE touts a run time of 18 hours (10 watts), to the RV's 70 hours (4 watts), RV wins on run time. The LE's second mode both reduces the lumens (dimmer) and changes the color temp to a warm white. While the RV does not have a color temp variable, it does provide an option to dim the output to 140 lumens for its 2nd mode and can run 140 hours. LE wins due to the option to change to preferred temperature color. The LE's 18 hour operation will increase to 25 hours when on mode 2 (warm white). The third mode of the LE further dims the light and combines the warm and daylight temperatures to somewhere in between. The paperwork for the LE shows that mode 3 will last only 12 hours, which does not make sense as to why it shortens the life by the most . The last mode for both (LE's 4th mode, RVs 3rd mode) is a blinking / strobe light of the daylight / cool white color. I've not much to say on this mode - does not seem relevant at the moment to me. The RV has one final feature though, which is a dim green light on the power button that blinks very slowly, to assist the owner in locating it during periods of darkness. Personally, I do not like this feature and would either remove the batteries or put a dimmit over the light. Buyers might prefer this, I'm just not a fan of idiot lights with or without power. Lastly, I mentioned these being cut from the same mold, and both have battery compartments in the base of the lantern. The LE has a stem mounted in the base that the cover's slot must align correctly to close the battery compartment. The RV has a slot (no stem) on the rim of base to align to the cover's slot opening. However, the LE cover is still much easier to close with the batteries in the unit. Once the appropriate alignment is met, you must push down and turn to close the base. Think of pushing a child-proof pill bottle's lid to open it. Do the same on these lanterns. The LE base closed after 3 tries, to the RV's numerous tries getting frustrated. LE wins on battery replacement procedures. Overall, the LE wins hands down. For a 15 ounce lantern with more features, I paid approximately 17.00. The 14 ounce RV cost $24, but the Amazon page shows the list price at $34 and the buyer was getting a $10 discount at purchase. Though the 4 watt RV runs much longer at 2.9 days or 5.8 on mode 2 and the 10 watt LE has a run time of .75 days or 1 full day on mode 2, I am not using this to go camping. This was purchased for power failures, to be used as part of an overall emergency preparedness plan, and bright is what we need indoors during power failures. The hours will be broken up over various times and 18 hours will get us several days. For the money, same battery requirements and functionality, LE takes the cake. I've never heard of Lighting Ever before, but the product packaging shows they have their home base in Las Vegas, NV, another in the UK and one in China, where this lamp was made. It comes with RoHS certification, 1 year warranty and the instructions are the most accurate regarding the English language than I've seen in a long time. How refreshing to receive grammatically correct documents included in the box (yes, a real box). The RayOVac has a limited lifetime warranty and came in a plastic transparent bag, unbranded. The TLC shows on the LE, while the product packing on the RV is a wrapped label with specs, and it is though product presentation was an afterthought. For the $24, some type of protection during delivery wouldn't hurt. Whoever LE is, I will buy again if they produce a product as good as this one.

Pleasantly surprised. I ordered the to take with us on a camping trip. The light output was a pleasant surprise given the lanterns size. It lit up our camping area perfectly. We were able to cook, play cards and read easily. We had them turned on on high mode from roughly 7pm to 12am for 3 days and the brightness was the same on day 3 as it was on day one. Definitely buying more for home emergencies

One thousand lumens of reassuring light. I got this to use as the main light in my house when there is power failure. I have several other lights that are meant to serve as back-up/emergency lights, and these are smaller and put at strategic places in my house. Living alone in the mountains makes preparedness absolutely necessary. At 1000 lumens, the brightness of this light is more than sufficient for the normal activities that I execute while inside my house. Changing the batteries and reinstalling the housing are also not a pain as compared to doing the same with a competitor's I purchased a while back. Let us be aware that the phrase 'water-resistant' does not mean 'waterproof'. It would have been of more help if the manufacturer had provided the IP rating of this light. Nevertheless, that is not a big deal for me, as I do not intend to use this light in the rain. I would recommend this light, although I, of course, cannot comment on the strength of its water resistance.

LIGHTWEIGHT, VERSATILE AND BRIGHT. These lamps are everything they claim to be! During a recent power outage we used them on the lowest light level for over 36 hours with out changing batteries, intermittent use on the high level. The three different light levels are very nice as is the light color on the second level. LED rocks! At the brightest level our 15' x 18' master bedroom was well lit. Hanging bracket on the bottom is very convenient and adds to the versatility. Very light weigh and handy to carry around in the otherwise dark. We have a generator, however, for lighting in rooms we don't use much when the power is off (several times each winter) these lamps are handy and much easier to use than running extension cords.... We now have six of these kept in strategic locations.

Best $20 Purchase EVER!!! The best $20 purchase I ever made. Small, bright, battery lasts as long as I need it to. It’s only on for avoid 10-30 minutes at a time and I use it during the evening to clean out our mini horse’s stall. So impressed I may buy more to have on hand.

Nice, good quality light good for power outages. The media could not be loaded. Nice, good quality light good for power outages. Nice and bright. Lens diffuses light nicely. Takes 3 D size batteries. Three light settings. The first is low (half power) will last continuously for 6 days. The second setting is high and will last for 3 days of continuous light. The blinking setting will last for a continuous 10 days. The third is a strobe setting blinking for safety. It has a green LED on the front that blinks every few seconds letting you know the batteries are still good. Has a handle good for hanging from a hook or something, also has hook on the bottom. Made in China.

Cons

Returning all nine lanterns. Cheaply made. Impressive light output and design. But I'm returning it as defective after using them for about 20 hours in a self-storage unit. The plastic melts. Yes, MELTS!! I'm using 10,000mAh Ni-MH rechargeable batteries in the light and after running it on high output for 3 hours the batteries produce enough heat to melt and distort the plastic holding the battery terminals. Of the 9 lights I have, 3 are now non-functional and the remaining 6 show heat damage and will be non-functional soon. POSITIVES: Very intuitive design and operation. The max output (stated 1,000 lumen) is dazzling WHITE and will easily illuminate a medium size room for any power outage or for camping. Switching to the warm tone is just another push of the button and it produces a very warm light that is actually warmer than traditional incandescent bulbs. More light a huge bon-fire tone of light. Highest output here seems to be closer to 700 lumen. Nice plastic hook on the base that folds flat and has a wire spring gate (like a climbing carabiner) to prevent it from bouncing or getting knocked off of whatever it is hanging from. The base is a grippy rubber to prevent it from sliding around. NEGATIVES: Once you insert the batteries the rubber button that controls all the functions will flash a bright crisp green every few seconds. No way to turn off this blinking function. So you can't store your "leak-free" rechargeable NiMH or lithium batteries in this light for long periods of time without draining the battery. Another issue is the battery compartment cover (rubber base) on the bottom. It is not the easiest to re-install. It comes off with a quick 1/4 counterclockwise turn but the installation after battery insertion is more finicky. Not difficult but you have to get things lined up just right. Just finicky.

Wires burned out in 4 days. Replacement lasted less than 30 minutes! DO NOT BUY! I purchased this for camping. I loved the fact that it had a warm light. Great to have on before bed. Lay in the tent, read, and in warm mode it will let you fall asleep, unlike a bright white light. It was bright, loved that it had a hook on top and bottom and it was water resistant. When I buy something for camping I always try it out at home first. Learned that lesson long ago. Better to test at home than out in the field. I used it as my bedroom light for a few days. For the first four days, it worked great. Then, without any warning, the bright white lights stopped working. Only the warm LED lights would work. I sent it back for a replacement. The second one came. I placed my fully charged EBL rechargeable D batteries into the lantern. Turn it on and worked great.....for 10 minutes. Then all of a sudden I heard a popping noise and no light. I removed the diffuser and the solder wires had burn marks where they attached to the LED bulbs. After two I have had enough. DO NOT BUY. Can't Trust them for camping.

Promising product, but some minor flaws issues. Update: ---------------------------------------------------- I've not only grown to love this lantern, but also bought a second, which has some improvements. Overall, I love these compact LED lanterns and I'm constantly using them not only for camping but also around the house. The flaws that I saw, can mostly be easily rectified by the owner. And the latest version of the LED light, no longer has the super bright blinking power button. ----------------------------------------------------- This lantern has a lot of good things going for it - attractive price, nice construction, a lot of features, bright led, 4 modes of light with warm/cool light temperature, ability to dim the light in all the constant modes. However, there are some problems going with the light that could really be improve on. The problem is the quality of the light. The LED is very bright, but the cover is not frosted and therefore the light is blasting out out of the small area hurting your eyes. When you turn on the lantern, it becomes uncomfortable to look at it, because the light is so bright, and in many positions you can see the bright led at the bottom. It is like looking straight on to the flashlight. The dimmable feature could also be improved. There is no knob you can rotate to dim the light; instead you have to hold the button down while the lantern is in one of the lighting modes. The brightness of the light goes through a cycle from bright to dimmed and then back to bright. The problem with this is that it is very hard to catch the lowest point in the cycle and that the lantern cannot retain your preferred brightness setting once you switch it off or switch to the different mode. As an added inconvenience many people have already mentioned the annoying super bright blinking power light every few seconds, when the lantern is turned off. Some of these issues can be corrected. You can wrap the cover in some layers of paper (or put it inside - although this could potentially create a fire hazard) which would greatly aid in light dispersion and also subdue the intensity of light. You would then be able to comfortably look at the light and even use the light as a night light. And you could cover the power switch again with some tape to mute the annoying blinking light.

battery clips are badly designed. One of the Two lanterns consistently failed to work with the battery cover fully inserted, but worked with the cover partly pressed in (and hence not screwed in). The bent battery spring clips that make contact with the -ve flat side of the D-battery are badly designed and make contact near the edge of the flat side : as the cover is depressed it moved further towards the edge and for one of the Two Lanterns I received the clip must have just slid off the edge of the contact region for one of the batteries. The borderline design means that it may work with some brands of D-battery but not others.

Do Not Buy. This lantern has a very bright flashing green light that never can be turned off unless you remove the batteries. I was going to return it but unfortunately didn't. Then I found the 1000 lumen Odoland lantern, it is really good and the on button does not flash. If you like a bright flashing green light that flashes all night long even when the lantern is off then this LE lantern is for you, but if you want a superior quality lamp that will not annoy you all night long, then get an Odoland lantern. I liked the first Odoland lantern so much I bought a second one. The LE lantern is going in the closet with no batteries in it so the stupid green light in the on button does not flash.

Smaller than expected, but still adequate. Have not had an opportunity to use these lights for an extended period of time, but two first impressions: 1) They are MUCH smaller than expected. Based on the photographs, and it's general shape, I expected something about the same size as my old Coleman Mantle Lantern from days of yore. Nope. As you can see, they are about the same size as a 20 oz. bottle of Gatorade. 2) I was expecting brighter (perhaps because I was expecting bigger?), but still, just one is bright enough to adequately illuminate a large room. Adequately. Not brightly. Adequately. I will update the review if anything comes up later, either noticeably good or bad.

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