Eureka! Magic 185 Lantern

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Magic 185 Lantern combines two necessities in camp illumination in one powerful lantern. The bright lantern for area lighting can instantaneously evolve into a powerful directional flashlight by simply rotating the top-mounted LED housing. Features Ripped convex reflector cone disperses light smoothly Easy to use push button switch 3 light settings: high, low, strobe Power: 4AA batteries(Included) Aluminum housing

- Teton Village Sports

The handy battery-operated Magic 125 LED Lantern from Eureka is safe to hang in your tent or camper van and transforms from lantern to flashlight.


Versatile and multi-functional, the Eureka Magic 185 Lantern is really a super bright flashlight and lantern in one; switch from lantern to flashlight with a turn of the top-mounted LED housing. The ideal lighting device for your next camping trip or campout, the Magic 185 features 3 light settings (high, low and strobe), is built with a durable plastic case, puts out 185 lumens and will run on 4 A batteries (included) for up to 50 hours.

- Altrec Outdoors

Bright lantern for area lighting quickly transforms to powerful directional flashlight by rotating top-mounted LED housing.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Eureka! Magic 185 Lantern


The Magic 185 Lantern has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$29.73 - $49.95

The Eureka! Magic 185 Lantern is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 15, 2017 at SunnySports.

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