Snow Peak GigaPower Lantern


Weight 4.5 oz
Material Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Brass
Output 80 watts
Dimensions 2.25 in x 3.75 in
Lantern Type Gas Canister

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Snow Peak Lantern was unveiled with the Giga Power stoves back in 1998. They are known for the compact size and weight. A clear globe comes standard with the unit. Optional mesh type globes are available for those tough long treks. Not just for backpacking, this these lanterns are also great for family camping. Giga Lantern - Auto igniter GL-100A Material: Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Brass Size: 2-1/4''diam x 3-3/4'' Weight: 4.5 oz Price: $74.95

- Mountain Hideaway

Get bright light with the push of a button! The Snow Peak Giga Power Lantern lets you instantly light your camp without fumbling in the dark for matches | Built-in, Piezo igniter emits an electric spark that lights the lantern so you never need matches | Long-wire adjustment knob keeps hands away from heat source and lets you get just the brightness you need | Lantern comes with a clear glass globe, mantle and plastic storage box | Burn time: 3.88oz/200.73ml - 4hr 20min 7.76oz/401.46ml - 8hr 20min | Size: 2 1/4in diam x 3 3/4in | Weight: 135g - 4.5oz | Output: 80 watts equivalency (BEST-OF-CLASS luminous power) | Fueled by Snow Peak GIGA POWER fuel (sold separately) | Made from Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Brass | So small it fits in the palm of your hand

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Trimming off any excess they could find; Snow Peak has arrived at the world's most lightweight l

- Snow Leopard Mountain Sports

Snow Peak GigaPower Lantern


The Snow Peak GigaPower Lantern is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 20, 2012 at Mountain Hideaway.

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