Rayovac Twin Tube Heavy Duty Camping Lantern
“THIS IS OUR BRIGHTEST FLUORESCENT CAMPING LANTERN”
Fluorescent area camping lantern is part of a durable and dependable line of lights since 1949. This best seller shines 360° of light from twin-tube, super bright fluorescent U-tubes for a total of 18W of output. The long-life bulbs light a 25 ft radius. Lantern has 2 settings, high and low, to conserve energy. Its water resistant with extra durable rubber base and handle. Rayovac SP8D Lantern. Battery Type: Alkaline; Flashlights Type: Lantern; Power Source: 8 D Batteries. Add 8 D-Cell Batteries for this product.
Rayovac camping gear has been producing quality work lights since 1914 and the trusted Sportsman line since 1949. This popular brand has stood the test of time and symbolizes strength and durability. This new and improved line of Sportsman lights combines durability, practicality, style and value. These lights are perfect for the sportsman in everyone.
- Twin-tube super bright camp lantern
- 18-watt fluorescent u-tube, long life lantern bulbs
- Lights up to a 25 foot radius
- 2 settings: High and Low
- EZ battery replacement system
- 8 D sized batteries
- Lasts up to 24 hours
- Rayovac SP8D Lantern
- Extra durable rubber base and handle
Double Fluorescent Bulb
This Is Out Brightest Camping Lantern & Easily Lights up a 25 ft. Radius
About Fluorescent Camping Lanterns?
A compact fluorescent lamp (CFL), also known as a compact fluorescent light bulb (or less commonly as a compact fluorescent tube [CFT], is a type of fluorescent lamp. Many CFLs are designed to replace an incandescent lamp and can fit in the existing light fixtures formerly used for incandescent. Compared to general service incandescent lamps giving the same amount of visible light, CFLs use less power and have a longer rated life. In the United States, a CFL can save over US$30 in electricity costs over the lamp’s lifetime compared to an incandescent lamp and save 2000 times its own weight in greenhouse gases CFLs radiate a different light spectrum from that of incandescent lamps. Improved phosphor formulations have improved the subjective color of the light emitted by CFLs such that the best ‘soft white’ CFLs available in 2007 are subjectively similar in color to standard incandescent lamps.