« Basic Grey No Hands Knitting Chain Row Counter Burning Wick Candles Natural Soy Scented Candle Making Kit – Makes 6 Candles » 3 thoughts on “INGEAR High Output 200 Lumen Lantern Flashlight with Batteries Included! Essential for Camping, Hiking, Backpacking, Indoor & Outdoor Activities – Weather Resistant & Durable-o-ring Weather Sealed – Batteries included.(Blue)” 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful Wow, December 18, 2014 By Professor H “1amazonreviewer @ gmail . com” (USA) – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: INGEAR Mini Camping Lantern Flashlight: 2-in-1 CREE LED lamp Powered by 200 Lumens Output. Pop-up Design with 3 Adjustable Modes. Batteries Included! Ok I am a flashlight aholic and I have a ton of different lights each with its own purpose, but I have none like this little guy. I was getting some Christmas gifts for some family and got one of these just because. Once I got it all batteried up with three triple a’s that are included I first liked how it felt in my hand, very solid aluminum and very cool color. To be honest I forgot that it was more than a standard flashlight. I was playing with it on, hanging it around from my finger then I pull on it and it extended into lantern mode and I went “Ohh Coool” Yup you know what that means don’t you. Another keeper. This is going on the mantle as the official power outage emergency light. Puts out a lot of light for such a very small package. Uses real Cree led that cranks out 200 lumens. 3 LIGHT MODES: High Intensity, Dim and Flash. Very well made. I am excited about how nice this is. I think you will be too. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 8 of 9 people found the following review helpful The Perfect Flashlight Lantern For Ordinary Uses, December 10, 2014 By Kevin L. Nenstiel “omnivore” (Kearney, Nebraska) – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: INGEAR Mini Camping Lantern Flashlight: 2-in-1 CREE LED lamp Powered by 200 Lumens Output. Pop-up Design with 3 Adjustable Modes. Batteries Included! This small, simple lantern—only slightly larger than my thumb—does everything you need it to do. It has a very bright setting for reading in a dark pup tent or surreptitiously under your bedsheets, a dimmer setting that uses less power but gives you light enough to find your way through the woods, and a flashing strobe setting for emergencies. Using a screwthread-mounted focusing lens, you wan widen or narrow the flashlight beam, customizing the light for your needs. And you can easily extend the flashlight into a camp lantern, or collapse the lantern into a flashlight, according to your lighting needs. I actually already have a nearly identical flashlight with another brand name printed on it. I keep it in my truck, alongside my emergency blanket and fire extinguisher, just in case. I’ve used it at times when I needed to pop the hood, change a tire, or find some garbage that went flying from my truck bed. And once, after my girlfriend and I had a fight, I used it to read myself to sleep when I spent the night in my truck. After one year, it still has the original batteries, and still shines bright when I need it. Though this one has a different imprint, I have every confidence it’ll last me as long as that other one has, and serve as well. This isn’t a MagLite. The beam doesn’t shine as bright as the noonday sun. Because the case is made of metal, it’ll get cold if you leave it outdoors overnight. If you’re looking for something bright enough to light your workspace while you rewire your house, this isn’t your flashlight. But this one is energy efficient, bright enough for nearly every ordinary task you’ll encounter, and versatile in its applications. As an experiment, I wrote this entire review by the light of the lantern, and I had plenty of light for every needed purpose. This inexpensive, utilitarian flashlight lantern will suit most people’s needs, most of the time. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful a smallish LED lantern that works fairly well…, December 22, 2014 By trebe – This review is from: INGEAR Mini Camping Lantern Flashlight: 2-in-1 CREE LED lamp Powered by 200 Lumens Output. Pop-up Design with 3 Adjustable Modes. Batteries Included! I received a sample of the INGEAR lantern flashlight for evaluation, and probably because of the term “lantern” was expecting something that was a little larger. This device is about 5.7″ high fully extended, and little over an inch in diameter. The unit is powered by three AAA batteries (which are included), and has a single LED that according to the Amazon product page, is rated at 200 lumens. Lumen output is not stated on the box or the documentation that comes with the product, but I really doubt that the output is even 100 lumens. There is a convex lens at one end that focuses the light into a tight circular beam when it is used as a flashlight. If you rotate the ring around the lens, it becomes free from the metal housing. When the ring is extended, a translucent plastic cylinder appears, which serves as a light diffuser. As you raise the diffuser, the beamspread through the lens becomes more diffuse, as more light spills out the sides of the lantern. The lantern has a flat base so it can stand upright, without easily being knocked over, and also has a swiveling hanging hook at the top, so you can conveniently suspend it. Controlled by the power button, the lantern has two light levels, and also has a strobe mode. Although small, depending on the situation, this lantern may provide an adequate amount of illumination. This lantern does function adequately using rechargeable NiMH batteries, but for the highest output, you probably want to use long life Alkalines, like the Duracell Procells. Although smaller than I expected, this lantern performs pretty well. The LED appears to be decent, but being powered by three AAA batteries, limits the maximum light output. Construction quality is very good, so my main issue is that the cost is rather high for something this small. I also had the opportunity to evaluate the [[asin:B00PJOAQE INGEAR Slide LED flashlight]], which is physically much larger, and features a work light with an array of 30 LED’s that is also rated at 200 lumens. This siding flashlight is more like what I would consider to be a “lantern”, and would probably be worth paying a little more for, if you really want a high output light source. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply Leave a comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.