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NEW Freescape Small Lantern
Lighting
$59
Item: # 30-000933

Featuring Freetouch Technology, this Freescape series of lanterns ignite with a gentle tap. Touch the ring to turn on, off, or brighten or hold contact to dim slowly. Clever power-kill functionality prevents battery loss when stored, spring-loaded handles easily clip to tent or tree.

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Details:

    • Height: 5.9”
    • Diameter: 3.2”
    • Weight: 8.3 oz.
    • Batteries: AA[3]
    • Outputs:
      • 80 lm/7 hrs
      • 5 lm/100 hrs
  • Warranty

Featuring Freetouch Technology that works with a gentle tap, the Freescape Small Lantern bumps camp lighting to the next level. Touch the ring to turn the lantern on (or off) and brighten the campsite, or touch and hold the ring to dim the light when the 80 lumens is overpowering, creating a soothing atmosphere that still allows visibility. The Small Lantern emits light from the frosted side lens as well as through the bottom of the lantern to maximize effectiveness for use both above the table and on it. An easy to use spring-loaded handle makes the Freescape Small Lantern simple to hang within a tent or from a rope suspended in a nearby tree.

BATTERY LIFE WHEN IT’S MOST NEEDED
Powered by three AA batteries, the Freescape Small Lantern is equipped with a power-kill functionality that keeps the light off when stowed away to guarantee long battery life. In addition to its infinitely adjustable dimming feature, the Freescape Small Lantern is reliable no matter what dilemma arises, whether camping or at home. The IPX4 water resistance rating means that even if left out overnight in the rain, the Small Lantern will continue shining bright.

BRIGHT ACCENTS FOR QUICK VISUAL ID
With bright green accents along the black surface, the Freescape Small Lantern draws just the right amount of attention to itself so as not to get lost in the shuffle of camp gear.

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  • 1
  • |DEC 18, 2015
  • |BY: Consumer , pretty crappy light

oh and the adjustment on the light is not "infinite" .. rather it's a small difference in output that takes what seems like an infinite amount of time to cycle.
buy a maglite.

  • 1
  • |DEC 18, 2015
  • |BY: Consumer , pretty crappy light

freetouch tech doesn't work half the time and when it does work its when you dont want it to.. light blinds anyone who looks in its general vicinity, and holding it to find your way around a campsite is a pain since the best way to hold it is like a can of beer, which keeps the light out of your eyes. unfortunately this also activated the "freetouch technology" which messes with the light. The only useful thing I've found is to hook it to my hood latch when I'm working on my truck after dark. Unfortunately any decent flashlight can do the same job.

  • 2
  • |NOV 6, 2015
  • |BY: JBE , n/a

Relative size of a can of soda. Half the time the freetouch tech doesn't work and half the time when it is working the thing blinds you. can't carry it with a finger through the loop as this clicks the off button on top. occasionally flickers (even with new batteries. Checked with other new batteries so its not them)
Total waste of money. Unless you have a habit of working on your truck after dark. If that's the case pop your hood, hang this from the hood latch and go to work. Otherwise this thing is useless. Technology does NOT belong at a campsite. I can't begin to tell you how much of a let-down this thing is.

  • 3
  • |OCT 24, 2015
  • |BY: Someone , Special

I'm not loving the freetouch technology. What would have been the perfect large lantern is instead something annoyingly close to useful. Needs a switch.. Off, High, Low. Technology does not mesh well with the outdoors in my experience.