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Camping Lantern,Oak Leaf Ultra Bright LED Lantern Flashlight-Outdoor Emergency & Hiking Sport Helpers $4.99 AC + Free Shipping @Amazon

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Amazon.com has Camping Lantern,Oak Leaf Ultra Bright LED Lantern Flashlight [amazon.com] on Sale for $7.49 - But Now $2.5 Off w/ promotional code: ( GA4EDHVS )= $4.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more.
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Product Description:
  • The Oak Leaf 30 LED white light Camping Lantern is stretchable and collapsible. Insert the battery and stretch it to turn on the lantern.
  • Collapse it to turn it off and make it easy to carry. Great convenience and simple operation.
  • Built with 30 100lm individual premium LEDs, OAK LEAF Camping Flashlight Lantern gives you a 360-degree omnidirectional bright light. Perfect for emergent night out, outdoor adventure or camping.
  • With a same color cover included, you'll be able to well protect your Camp LED Lantern when it's not in application.
  • 3*AA batteries works well with this Oak Leaf Outdoor LED Camping Lantern. Ordinary battery can last for 15 hours
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Appears to be the same ubiquitous chinese camping lantern sold under approximately 587 different brand names. If so, it gets generally good reviews and $5 is a fine price.

One thing I've always wondered: you can supposedly vary the output level by raising or lowering the top portion of the lantern to expose more or fewer LEDs as the situation requires. But are those obscured LEDs powered down, or are they still on? If it's the later, that seems like an absurdly inefficient way offer variable light output.

OP: you cut off the product description before it got the best parts:

"AMAZING QUALITY: Made of superb ABS, it is born light weighted and durable, water resistant and scratch proof. With a same color cover included, you'll be able to well protect your Camp LED Lantern when it's not in application.

Oak Leaf warmly suggests you to use the premium battery."
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I have a few of these, and five bucks is a good price for them.

To answer Majorhavoc's question...ALL the LEDs light up as soon as you start stretching the lantern, including the ones still down in the barrel.

I usually shade one side of the lantern, because of the overwhelming brightness of the LEDs...it's like staring straight into one of those cheap HFT flashlights.

The fact that these collapse is a great selling (and storing) point. And everybody has 3-AA batteries lying around.
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I love these small lanterns, they are easy to carry and store, but they sure pack a punch when it comes to providing light. You simply pull up the lantern for the light, and push it back into place to turn it off when not in use. Be careful, these will really blind you. The included batteries are easy to install and they seem to last a long time. Just in time for the season, these lanterns are perfect for your hurricane kit. Thanks OP for finding a good one.
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How many lumens does this light produce?
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These come with different brand names printed on them but are all the same. Mine, and i bought 10 of these, had etekcity (or something similar) brand printed on them. Awesome little lanters. Collapse, light comes on when extended,...very bright. Would really recommend these.
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Quote from clarencehayek115 View Post :
How many lumens does this light produce?
100 lumens there.
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$45.99....ha, ha, ha!
Good idea ^^ about shading one side of the lantern. They are bright and tend to shine in your face as much as away from you. These are surprisingly decent products and worth the fiver if you have Prime. I'm on a month trial and reminding myself again why I never pay for it.
So, sure, in for one.
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Quote from majorhavoc View Post :
Appears to be the same ubiquitous chinese camping lantern sold under approximately 587 different brand names. If so, it gets generally good reviews and $5 is a fine price.

One thing I've always wondered: you can supposedly vary the output level by raising or lowering the top portion of the lantern to expose more or fewer LEDs as the situation requires. But are those obscured LEDs powered down, or are they still on? If it's the later, that seems like an absurdly inefficient way offer variable light output.

OP: you cut off the product description before it got the best parts:

"AMAZING QUALITY: Made of superb ABS, it is born light weighted and durable, water resistant and scratch proof. With a same color cover included, you'll be able to well protect your Camp LED Lantern when it's not in application.

Oak Leaf warmly suggests you to use the premium battery."
I have a similar one that Coleman makes (the micropacker) it's lightweight and works great. I would snatch this one up if I needed one. Good price.
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just got mine in the mail. super bright and perfect for the hurricane kit I'm making.
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I have a couple of these and they do great during power outages.
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#13
I bought one of the lights similar to this. Light output is much bluer than I expected.
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Reviews seemed a little fishy, decided to run it through fakespot and it gave the reviews an F. Might still be a pretty decent light for 5 bucks I just don't like the amount of "received for a discount if reviewed" reviews.
http://fakespot.com/product/led-c...-resistant
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Got mine today, and it was would not turn on. Tried it with two different sets of AA batteries. Sending it back Monday.
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