Note: Available in black only (we've sold out of the blue).
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Galen Lehman, Proprietor, says: "The Dietz lantern claim to fame is 'Won't blow out!' Dietz lanterns stay lit in high winds and harsh weather. Of all the Dietz Lanterns, the Jupiter is my favorite, because it keeps burning after all the other lamps run out of fuel.
"I've used the Jupiter on primitive tent camping adventures. Our children were afraid of the dark, so we left a Dietz Jupiter burning on the ground outside our tent. It cast a comforting glow through the tent walls, warding away imaginary evils and marking our little campsite as a place of warmth and love. A single tankful of fuel would last the entire weekend!
"I've also used it to save my fruit trees when spring killing frosts threaten. I light a Dietz Jupiter under each of the trees in my orchard and stretch a sheet over the treetop to help trap the heat. It's never failed!
Dietz Jupiter makes a simple promise: "I will burn all night tonight and still have enough fuel in my tank for tomorrow night!"
For A Simpler Life! Galen Lehman
Famous Dietz lanterns stay lit in any weather! Proven in use since 1840 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 Jupiter.