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Coleman 2-mantle camping lanterns

up to 14 hour burn time

Two coleman propane camping lanterns.     My apologies to the primitive camping purists and hardcore tree huggers. It's not enough I parked a smelly old toxic motorhome into their back yard, now I'm bringing in combustible gasses as well. I hear ya. Really, I do. Back in the day I was a purist too, or at least a lot more of a purist than I am now. I guess I sold out. That's the only explanation I have. I got old and I got tired and in the interests of comfort and convenience I friggin' sold out. I have a propane cook stove too. The lanterns are two-mantle and will remain lit on the lowest setting for fourteen hours before needing a new canister (seven hour burn time on high setting). Generally speaking, I try to hang them at opposite edges of the camp's perimeter about seven or eight feet off the ground, either from a tree branch or a pole. Good, strategic placement can keep an entire campsite illuminated. I leave one burning on low even after I've gone to sleep.

Standard size 16.4 ounce propane gas cylinder.     This is the standard size 16.4 ounce propane gas cylinder. You can pay anywhere from $1.50 to nearly five bucks per canister, depending on where you get them at. I bought some last year on sale at Einstein's army surplus store in Topeka, Kansas for $1.50 each. The general rule with these things is the closer you get to a lake, the more expensive they get. Their shelf life is probably unlimited. I have two half full canisters in my garage that have been there at least two years and they still have good compression. I keep forgetting to take them with me and use them up.

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