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UCO Original Candle Lantern

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This classic lantern is ideal for trekking, mountaineering, winter camping, and other outdoor activities, providing warm heat and natural light for up to 9 hours (per candle).

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Product Description

UCO Original Candle Lantern

The lightweight, collapsible Original Candle Lantern will keep the chill at bay. This trusted, time-tested lantern fights moisture and lights up camp or the garden. This classic lantern is ideal for trekking, mountaineering, winter camping, and other outdoor activities, providing warm heat and natural light for up to 9 hours (per candle). The candle, which is surrounded by a strong metal frame and a glass chimney, is ignited in a flash—slide the chimney down and light the exposed wick. The spring-powered tube pushes the candle up as it burns, ensuring a consistent, steady flame. Monitor the candle for remaining burn time through the viewing slit on the side of the lantern.

  • Lightweight, durable aluminum or brass construction.
  • Collapses down to 4.25″.
  • Easy-slide glass chimney, spring-loaded candle tube, and viewing slot.
  • Carrying handle, hanging hook, and twist-lock base.
  • Provides ample light, warms surroundings, and helps remove condensation.
  • Burns long-lasting UCO 9-hour candle.

Tech Specs

  • Open Dimensions: 6.5″ high x 2″ diameter (17 cm x 5 cm)
  • Closed Dimensions: 4.25″ high x 2″ diameter (11 cm x 5 cm)
  • Candle: UCO 9-hour or citronella candles, or 12-hour beeswax candles
  • Weight (w/ candle): 6.4 oz. (181 g) in aluminum; 8.8 oz. (249 g) in brass

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UCO, a company that has been designing candle lanterns since 1971, manufactures ignition and outdoor equipment.

The original candle lantern, still available in their product range, along with their stormproof ignition tools, assists individuals in surviving even the most challenging outdoor conditions.

UCO also promotes campfire safety by offering fire-making courses to adventurers.