Coleman NorthStar Electronic Ignition Propane Lantern

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Matchless lighting with easy-to-use electronic ignition. Metal guard helps prevent globe breakage. Insta-Clip tube mantle (Mantle #95). Folding footed base for maximum stability. Size: 12.25" x 7.75" x 6.13". Weight: 4.15 lbs. (Model #2000004424).

- Mountains Plus

The Coleman Northstar El Propane Lantern turns on without matches so you don't need a different light just to find the matches to light your lantern. An adjustable dinner knob lets you change the brightness, and the PerfectFlow system keeps the light constant. With a 16. 4-ounce propane cylinder (cylinder sold separately), the Northstar can brighten your way for over nine hours, and the metal guard will protect the glass from the outdoors. The propane cylinder fits under the lantern and on top of the base.

- Backcountry.com

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- CampSaver.com

Superior brightness with Coleman's exclusive tube mantle and burner system design for outstanding area lighting. Features: #8226; InstaStartTM ignition for simple, push-button lighting - fast, dependable and matchless #8226; Simple

- Teton Village Sports

Coleman NorthStar Electronic Ignition Propane Lantern

Discontinued

The NorthStar Electronic Ignition Propane Lantern has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$5.99 - $85.95

The Coleman NorthStar Electronic Ignition Propane Lantern is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 12, 2018 at CampSaver.com.

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