UCO - UCO Candle Lantern
Technical specifications & features
|Weight||8.0 oz. (224 gm ) including candle|
|Other Features||Collapsible - our patented design allows the lantern to telescope closed, protecting the glass chimney while traveling or hiking.
Convenient Handle - Stainless steel handle makes the Candle Lantern easy to hang and carry.
Constant Flame Height - our unique spring loaded candle tube keeps the flame height constant while a small viewing window shows how much candle remains. Each candle burns for up to 9 hours.
Economical - the Candle Lantern is affordable to purchase and economical to use. Other lanterns can cost up to $2.00 per hour to operate, the Candle Lantern costs only about 9 cents per hour.
Efficient - lightweight aluminum or brass frame holds the glass chimney securely in place, creating a windproof environment for the flame.
Safe - No combustible fuels, no complicated starting procedures.
Reliable - no batteries to fail and replace, no mantles or bulbs to break.
Environmentally Friendly - no batteries or fuel cartridges to dispose.
Lifetime Parts Guarantee - see below
Made in U.S.A. with top quality materials and workmanship.
- candle lantern
- I have had mine for many years and love it...not just for camping for anything...at home with a glass of wine. Very happy to see it still made in the US. Thanks for a great product!
- Everyone should own at least one
- If it wasn't for my search for lightweight portable lighting, I might never have found these. To make it better, they are from right next door to where I live. Lots of great outdoor gear Made in the USA right here in the Pacific Northwest. The UCO lantern is awesome! I'm buying another so I can light my whole campsite gently with just two candles. At the same time, I can carry one with me to the restroom when it's dark and still have my campsite lit. In cooler weather it will be nice to have inside the tent to read by and create a little warmth before I turn in as well. Much more compact than a gas lantern, and no waste to dispose of after the candle is done. Well worth the money. Good for home emergency lighting as well.
Questions & Answers
thanks you very much
When propane/butane is burned quite a bit of carbon monoxide is released (toxic) and can quickly build up inside a closed space. A single candle puts out very little heat, and relatively small quantities of CO and CO2 as compared to, say, a canister stove.
If you're worried about air quality, your best bet is to just keep the door cracked a little. It doesn't take much of a breeze to keep the air fresh. Thanks!
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