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Dietz Oil Lantern Cooker - Green

Item #M2000
15 reviews
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Double-duty for campsite or emergencies! This lantern is similar to a windproof and durable Dietz #30. Remove the top, add the special grill and use the aluminum plate or 12 oz cup to heat water, soup or a small meal. Easy to store, so you'll always be prepared.

  • Great for patio cooking, camping or emergencies
  • Green lantern with chrome trim 12"H
  • 5/8" flat wick
  • China
Also available in black. See related products.
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    DIETZ OIL LANTERN COOKER - GREEN DESCRIPTION
    Anchor the lamp to the ground with the snap-on bottom bracket and holding pegs so lantern/stove won't tip over. Great for patio cooking, camping or emergencies. Green lantern with chrome trim. 12"H, plate and cup 4-1/2"OD, 2 lb.

    Lantern uses Dietz Little Wizard parts.


    Customer Reviews of Dietz Oil Lantern Cooker - Green
    Product Rating: 4.1 out of 5.0(15 reviews)
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    - 11/18/2009
    said: Gary
    "Just what we needed for when the POWER goes out in the next ICE STORM !!! Last ICE STORM people were out of power for up to two weeks in our area .....I'm going to order more to give as gifts to relatives !"
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    - 8/30/2010
    said: Ray
    "After experimenting I discovered the lantern does not put out enough heat to warm a cup of water after 15 minutes. I purchased this lantern and have been satisfied with the light it generates however, the quality of the cup, grill and base are very low. This kit is only worth the cost of the lantern about ($14)."
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    - 12/20/2010
    said: Tom S.
    "Very satisfactory as a lantern, but as a "cooker", don't expect much. It will bring a room temp 6 ounce portion of canned soup up to a warm, but not really hot, temperature. Better than drinking it cold. I couldn't bring anything to a boil no matter how long I waited."
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    - 7/12/2011
    said: JosephDomingue
    "When I received Lantern, tried it to boil water, when temp. reached 196 deg. F. I turned it off. It will heat meals, camped for over 60 years, lantern is great."
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    - 1/17/2012
    said: Julie Cramer
    "Really like this product. Haven't used it yet but it will be quite study and good for emergencies."
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    - 4/13/2012
    said: Frances Elloitt-Streeter
    "The Dietz Oil Lantern Cooker has been one of my most used items in my home. It quickly heats up many meals, hot water for beverages, provides light and atmosphere with very little footprint . My apartment is in an old building that has many outages and I am never without the basics ... just one of my many very wise investments an amazing important item/ tool many parts of..... whenever. I will be purchasing at least 3 more for gifts and for as well myself."
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    - 5/15/2012
    said: Phil Foreman
    "I love it! My friend gifted it for Christmas and it is fantastic. Light, heat and a mini-stove all in one. For outdoor applications the anchor kit is a great idea saving upsets and blowovers while fixing the early morning coffee."
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    - 11/1/2012
    said: Anonymous User
    "I agree that the lantern puts out good light, but it doesn't heat well enough to boil water and that is inside with the power on. Turning it up higher only produces more smoke. It is better than nothing, that's for sure."
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    - 12/29/2012
    said: Anonymous User
    "Was disappointed that one of the little pans had a popped rivet and the handle came off. Other wise, worked great. I found that I needed to keep the lid on if I wanted to bring water to a full boil. Just went through 5 days of no power, and had hot water for tea and washing, poached eggs, and even popped single servings of corn on top of the lantern. I had a small 2 1/2 cup stainless steel pan that fit perfectly on top."
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    - 12/30/2012
    said: Anonymous User
    "The Box claims this lantern/cooker can boil water. Well after a 45 minutes the half full mini pan of water was steaming but not boiling. My test run was done inside the house (so no wind and well above freezing temps). I would not count on this thing cooking anything out in our cold windy Wyoming climate. On more thing the temp required to boil at my altitude is 199 degrees. This lantern cold not even get that done.... But works great as a overpriced light source..."
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