Northern Nova™ 3000 lm Propane Lantern by Coleman®. Fill your entire campground with light with the brightest Coleman lantern, the Northern Nova™ Propane Lantern with Case. Coleman's patented tube-mantles shine brighter than standard versions, and this lantern doubles up on that brightness technology to produce an unheard of 3000 lumens of light that reaches up to 32.5 meters away. Starting your lantern is easy. Just hit the Instastart™ push-button ignition and dial in the perfect brightness with the adjustable control knob. Once your lantern is lit, the legs provide extreme stability (and a space-age look) when placed on a table, and the chain handle allows for easy hanging. Meanwhile, the globe guard helps protect the globe from breaking. No matter where you go, the PerfectFlow™ pressure control technology produces a steady fuel stream and consistent performance in all kinds of weather. When you're ready to head home, the legs fold up for more compact storage in the included case until you're ready for your next bright adventure.
- With Case.
|Lumens: 3000 on high casts light|
|Beam distance: up to 32 m|
- The brightest Coleman™ lantern
- PerfectFlow™ technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions and high altitude
- Instastart™ ignition for push-button, matchless lighting
- Lasts up to 3 hours on high or 6 hours on low on one 16.4-oz. propane cylinder (sold separately)
- Adjustable brightness gives you precise control for perfect outdoor lighting
- Folding legs for compact storage and transportation
- Porcelain-coated 2-tier ventilator helps resist corrosion and rust
- Metal globe guard provides added protection from impacts
- High-temperature globe resists cracking from heat
- Chain handle for easy carrying and convenient hanging
- 3-year limited warranty
- Soft carry case.
Coleman® could see the light for the darkness. The young salesman was taking a stroll after a hard day's work selling typewriters, and spotted a new type of lamplight in a drugstore window in Brockton, Alabama. This new light burned with a strong, steady white flame and was fueled by gasoline. The standard lamp of the era burned kerosene and produced a smoky, flickering, yellowish light. W.C. was stricken with very poor eyesight, and was very interested in this new, steady white light that enabled him to read even the smallest print in books and on medicine bottles. Coleman saw potential in the new light, and through his vision a new company was born that would put America’s farms and ranches in a new light, and would eventually make his name synonymous with outdoor fun.