Used unit 3-4 times camping. Bright adjustable light. Unfortunately, the unit will not recharge. Would not recommend the unit for this reason. Full review
I've bought more Ozark products and they're cheaply made also. This lantern lasted five charges, now won't hold a charge. Wasted money on an Ozark tent, poles bent first time using it. Ozark products are cheap garbage. Spend a little more and go Coleman. Full review
I am not a fan of Walmart; I have purchased OT equipment for camping like mantles for Coleman lanterns, etc. even the coolers are much cheaper than Yeti. I used to hike in rugged country in Washington and have always preferred Hi-Tec (they have cheapened quality over the years). I am in Texas now, not much for hiking in flat lands, but I was told about these hiking boots (not as popular as cowboy boots around here), but they were $5 discount rack. I do not even think they make these anymore, very… Full review
The boots are very durable and comfortable. I've had them for seven months and they're awesome. Great boots for anyone. Full review
If you break or lose any parts good luck finding a direct number to order a new one. I have googled search for hours. Found a manual with no part numbers. I have found 800 numbers that are not even to the manufacturer, instead it's Walmart. Full review
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