Snow Peak GigaPower Two Way Lantern


Weight 11.0 oz
Material Stainless Steel, Brass, Plastic
Output 90 Watts
Dimensions 4.25 in x 5.75 in
Lantern Type Gas Canister

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Snow Peak's GigaPower Two Way Lantern page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The GigaPower Two Way Lantern from Snow Peak can be used with either canister fuel or the CB cartridge by simply attaching or removing the adapter. Fitted with an ignition system that ensures a rich gas mixture output for safe ignition.


The Snow Peak Gigapower Two Way Lantern is the perfect lightweight lantern for backcountry huts, lookouts and base camp. Unlike the whiskey, this small 11 ounce lantern won't weigh down your ski or hike. Enjoy 90 watts of bright light while efficient battery-free gas power provides the staying power for a long night of story-telling and whiskey sips. Mid-sized lantern provides 10 more watts of light than the Gigapower Fitted with an ignition system that ensures a rich gas mixture output for safe ignition Attached chain allows you to hang the lantern Use a iso-butane canister or CB cartridge fuel canister (Lindel valve) Convert the lid of the storage case into a stand if using a CB cartridge Dimensions, in use: 4.25 x 5.75 in (10.8 x 14.6 cm) Includes lantern, glass globe, mantel, 4 inch protective hard plastic carry case and detailed instructions Canister gas not included Made in Japan

- OMCgear

Snow Peak GigaPower Two Way Lantern


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