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Dietz Junior Lantern - Blue

Item #3720
3 reviews
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Today's Price: $13.95
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The Junior was introduced in 1887 as the first lantern to stay lit in any weather. Its tall globe means increased efficiency but does not take away from the lantern’s charm.
  • Output: 3.9 cp, burns: 12 hrs
  • Tank: 9 oz.
  • Wick: 5/8" flat wick
  • Size: 12"H, 2 lb
  • Imported
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DIETZ JUNIOR LANTERN - BLUE DESCRIPTION
Famous Dietz lanterns stay lit in any weather! Proven in use on Mississippi showboats, New England whalers, steam locomotives and horse-drawn trolleys. With the easiest operation of any lantern, they’re designed for rough-and-tumble outdoor use. Thumb-lever lifts globe for lighting. Hinged globes tilt out for quick cleaning or replacement. Tin-coated steel is finished with durable lacquered enamel to prevent tarnish. Plated tanks resist rust and steel guards protect the heat-resistant globes.

Need replacement parts? These parts fit the Dietz Junior.
  • Wicks 5/8": #30299125
  • Burner: #370820
  • Clear Globe: #JP (Red globe is also available: #JPR)
  • Filler Cap: Blue #DFC, Red #DFCR, or Black #DFCB

Customer Reviews of Dietz Junior Lantern - Blue
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 6/26/2015
said: Dietzman
"I use my Dietz Juniors for night-time walks and for taking out the garbage. (400ft driveway.) If I could have only one Dietz, I'd choose the Junior. Lehman's has the best price around. "
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- 12/1/2014
said: Raymond wolfe
"Works as designed. Filling these can be tricky as it advises not filling above 85% full but this is more a user issue. It arrived very well packed and seems to work just fine, these were bought intended for emergency issues and should last for years."
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- 7/22/2014
said: JOE ADAMS
"For many years I took my Dietz jr. on canoe trips with my son.It was small enough to pack in a tight place, and held enough fuel to burn all night. It was a comfort crawling out of the tent and being able to see the ground around you so you could check for snakes. Still have it around for emergency's. It put out pleanty of light."
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