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Feuerhand Lanterns from Germany

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These heavy-duty lanterns have been crafted in Germany since the 1930s. They're very similar to the Dietz Original #76, but they're about 20% heavier and feature ALL German components (including glass, wicks and sourcing of steel). You'll see and feel their higher quality immediately. Germany.

  • Extremely durable and weather-resistant
  • Thermal heat-resistant SUPRAX globes will not crack, even when touched by rain or snow
  • Specially developed burner element prevents flickering and sooting from the flame
  • 3.5 candlepower of light
  • Special sealing inside tank prevents leakage
  • Tank holds enough fuel for up to 20 hours of light
  • Available in blue, green, red, yellow, black painted or silver galvanized
  • Color lanterns are tin-plated and then painted
  • Silver (unpainted) lantern is now galvanized, which increases rust resistance
  • 10"H, 1-1/4 lb
  • 100% made in Germany
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FEUERHAND LANTERNS FROM GERMANY DESCRIPTION
"I have bought and handled many varieties and types of lanterns over the years and the quality of these is hard to match. Solid, well made and durable little lanterns!" --A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

"Lightweight but completely solid, with a wonderfully steady, adjustable flame. I'm counting on this one for decades." --A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

Customer Reviews of Feuerhand Lanterns from Germany
Product Rating: 4.6 out of 5.0(27 reviews)
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- 1/19/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I have collected lanterns for years and when I came across these, I decide to order 3 of these. I really was impressed with the heavy weight, quality, and the variety of colors. I have other things that are made in Germany and they too are well made compared to most of the China junk."
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- 1/15/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I've collected and played with lanterns for years, and the Feuerhand is by far the nicest made. The flame is steadier than the equivalent Dietz, and you can't beat the quality of the enameling. I use them on camping trips as well as on the patio at home. "
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- 1/1/2013
said: Anonymous User
"A small lantern, maybe a little bit better made than a Dietz, I have one Dietz that is bigger and the light is nearly equal. The gizmo that holds up the globe is cheaper than the Dietz and lets the globe crash down, a previous reviewer noted this and I agree, light the match BEFORE you lift the globe. Other than that, I think it's a good lantern and so glad to buy something not from China. "
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- 12/25/2012
said: Anonymous User
"I have ordered 4 of these lanterns so far. They are EXCELLENT. I have no complaints about them. Excellent quality, extremely reliable. Made in Germany. Bring on the next blackout! "
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- 11/27/2012
said: Anonymous User
"Attractive, easy to set up, and fun to use, whether in the yard, at the beach, or during a power outage. I got one for each of our 3 sons and their families, along with extra wicks and we filled them with liquefied paraffin lamp oil. They were a hit, and I'm glad to have mine on hand. Cleaner, no wax mess, and more light than candles, plus easy to carry around."
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- 9/13/2012
said: Dennis
"Lightweight but completely solid, with a wonderfully steady, adjustable flame. I'm counting on this one for decades."
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- 8/18/2012
said: tutman
"Well I'm experimenting with the hurricane lanterns. I have 1st purchased the Dietz-D lantern and found it kind of cheap, so I wanted to try this brand. These Feuerhand are just really only a little bit better than the cheaper Dietz D lanterns. The wick control knob is easier to turn with the key like knob instead of a small round adjustment rod the Dietz has. Feurehand wick knob was tighter fit and has a higher quality part. Seems as if the Dietz was very loose, too loose for my liking as the quality was lower. My only issue is this lantern is too small. Not enough light. The fuel tank is small and this smaller wick just isn't enough light. Go with a larger lantern!!!! I'm probably not going to stick with the Dietz-D lanterns, too cheaply made. I'm going to try the Champion Galvanized Lanterns (large) and see how that quality is. I would buy another Dietz D lantern again since its good enough and I can almost get 2 lanterns for the price of he Feurhand and Champion Galvanized Lanterns. I'm going to buy a Champion Galvanized Lanterns and give a review on that. Go with a larger lamp! The smaller lamps just are not enough light!"
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- 8/7/2012
said: Eli
"Some thoughts on this lantern. Good - It is more robust than some other lanterns (globe, metal) - It is actually made somewhere other than the far east (Germany) - Works well, good light. A little brighter than my modern Monarch Bad - The mechanism to hold the globe up while lighting it is terrible. It will hold the globe up for ten or twenty seconds before it gives way and the spring brings it crashing down. Good thing the globe is thick! Hint - Light your match before you raise it, don't take your hand off the lever, than use two hands to lower into place. Indifferent - It is on the smaller side. - Keep in mind if aesthetics are important to you. I have the bright, tinned metal. Which looks good but the top plate changes color and gets dulled shortly after using it. I personally don't mind, just something to note. I don't dislike this lantern (except for the raising mech.) but I probably won't buy another."
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- 7/31/2012
said: Celia
"Received our beautiful Feuerhand in great condition and are looking forward to using it. My husband and I are "lantern novices" and since the lantern was sent without user instructions, we were a bit concerned about safe use, placement, wick and oil replacement, not to mention how to light it and how to blow it out. It would be good if some simple basic instructions were included with the Feuerhand for the lantern challenged users."
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- 7/3/2012
said: Jarrod
"These are very nice lanterns. I own three of these and one dietz blizzard. I use these more than the larger dietz. While the quality of the dietz is reasonably good for the cost, these are the best made lanterns hands down. The glass of the globe has a brilliant clarity, the bail handle can stay upright so it's easy to grab and set down. The flame is bright and steady and the finnish on these is excellent. I have them around the yard and on the deck, and for camping and power outages. Guests always ask where I got them from, admiring their beauty. These are much smaller than the Blizzard and throw less light but I feel they are the right compromise between size and light. I expect them to last a long long time."
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