Tag Archives: camping lantern

Gear of the Year Awards 2015: Princeton Tec Helix Basecamp Bluetooth Lantern

Princeton Tec Helix Basecamp Bluetooth Lantern

Camping lanterns have come a long way since the days of gas lanterns. To be fair, gas lanterns are still in use and work great, but some people are looking for more functionality. They want options, and they don’t have ...

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Gear of the Year Awards 2015: Thermacell Repellent Camp Lantern

Thermacell Repellent Camp Lantern

There are a lot of things we love about the great outdoors: the feeling of returning to nature; the food we cook around a fire; and the activities we don’t find anywhere else like fishing, hiking, and climbing. We love ...

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Goal Zero Light A Life 350

Overview: This  is an awesome lantern to have on any camping outdoor adventure, maybe even if you’re car camping or just want great light around the house. It works from the Goal Zero Yeti and Sherpa rechargers. There’s a handy on/off switch on ...

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Vying for Best Camping Light: Goal Zero Torch 250

Overview: The Torch 250 has really become one of Goal Zero’s bestsellers because it’s available now…today. It’s a “best camping light” besides being simply a little handy flashlight; it has awesome soft touch grip; it feels rugged and like it’s ready to go. Built in ...

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UCO Tetra Lantern Review

UCO Tetra Lantern

The UCO Tetra Lantern gives you options. It can be a flashlight, lantern or a device to charge your USB equipment. The tiny UCO Tetra packs a punch but is so lightweight you’ll barely know you have it. This handy ...

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Ticla Good Love Lantern Overview

Overview: Ticla’s philosophy is to produce camping goods that meet three standards: functionality, quality and thoughtfulness. Their goal and motto is to “Camp Better.” The Good Love Lantern does just that due to its ability to be comfortable, functional, and ...

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ThermaCELL Camp Lantern

ThermaCELL Camp Lantern

Overview: ThermaCELL Mosquito Repellent Lanterns and Appliances are powered by a single butane cartridge. Butane provides the cordless, portable heat that activates the saturated repellent that sits on top of the inside grill. Both butane and repellent refills are available. ...

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