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LED Bulb
LED Bulb

Highlights

  • Compact foldable LED
  • Includes batteries
  • Made of plastic
  • Water and impact-resistant

Specifications

Dimensions (Overall): 194 millimeter (L) x 123 millimeter (W) x 49 millimeter (H)

Suggested Age: 13 Years and Up

Weight: 391 grams

Includes: Batteries

Lumens: 400

Assembly Details: Adult assembly required, no tools needed

Number of Light Bulb Sockets: 1

Run Time: 40 hours

Protective Qualities: Water-resistant, impact-resistant

Light Bulb Type: LED

Maximum Light Bulb Wattage: Non-replaceable fixed bulb

Featured light modes: Low

Maximum Distance: 10.0 feet

California Title 20 compliance: Not subjected to CA Title 20

Material: Plastic

Power Source: Battery-powered

Battery: 4 D Alkaline, Required, included

Warranty: Lifetime limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869

TCIN: 14438842
UPC: 039800118134
Item Number (DPCI): 085-14-0218
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported

Description

Powerful & Portable; the compact LED Folding Lantern folds out for 360o illumination and is an impressively bright 300 lumens with up to a 100 hour runtime, it's water resistant for outside use and only weighes 19.2 ozs. including the Energizer® Max® AA batteries
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3.7 out of 5 stars with 7 reviews
50% would recommend
4 recommendations
value: 3.7 out of 5
quality: 3.7 out of 5

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waste of money

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
kodeman - 1 month ago
this worked once then replaced all 8 batteries. it wont turn on or anything just doesnt work.. hudge waste of 20$
1 reply from Energizer Team team - 1 month ago
We are really sorry to hear you are having this issue. Did you try reaching out to the seller and to our customer service team? You can reach them via our customer help page at https://energizer.custhelp.com/
quality: 1 out of 5
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1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Mkgurgan - 1 year ago
Garbage. Purchased for approaching hurricane. Replaced 4 batteries that came in device with 8 brand new batteries. Followed instructions on back to disable test feature. Worked 3 times and now will not turn on at all.
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Excellent Work light

4 out of 5 stars
Yak - 3 years ago
originally posted on acehardware.com
Needed a small, but versatile light for use on assorted shop and handy man projects. This light fits the bill. It is sturdy and various light settings and various positioning options give me the ability to always (so far) get the light to where I need to see without the light itself being in the way.
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The Fusion Folding Lantern is a well designed and well made product.

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
RetiredInCharge - 4 years ago
I'm a bit of a flashlight enthusiast (okay a total wonk) and I have a collection of LED flashlights and lanterns. Speaking with experience, the Energizer Fusion Folding Lantern is a very impressive piece of equipment. It is well made, and significantly weather-proof. I've tested it in hard rain. There's a number of different ways you can stand it or hang it... to get just the right light direction. It works well on tabletop, close to the ground (pathway lighting), or hanging overhead. When folded it takes up very little space for storage. The LED emitters are really bright, yet the diffuser panel gives a really nice spread to the light output, reducing harshness. The electronic control is excellent with an exceptionally wide range from high to low. On low it runs for a long, long time. Good when the utilities are out. The light output seems perfectly stable throughout the battery life. Also the overall brightness is identical using 4 or 8 batteries, though the runtime is shorter with 4. I'd be curious to know who makes the emitters on this unit (they look like Nichia Corp -- if so they'll last a long time). But since I don't know I can't say for sure. I have some older Energizer Weather Ready LED lanterns, and I have never had one fail or burn out. But what I really, really like about the Fusion Folding Lantern is that it works very, very well with NiMH rechargeable batteries, with no difference in light output versus Alkaline or Lithium. All of the Fusion series seem to be the same. Energizer is apparently using some high-quality drivers in this lineup. Also, the driver shuts the light off before the rechargeable batteries deplete to a critical discharged state, so I don't worry about damaging my expensive NiMH batteries. I cannot say that about every flashlight I have. So because I use my lanterns frequently, rechargeable batteries are an absolute must. So to me, having quality electronic circuitry like this is a really important feature. As a side note, if I were going to store this lantern for extended periods (batteries in) and expect it to work when I needed it, then I would be using Lithium AA cells. I think this has become my favorite outdoor lantern for BBQs and gatherings. I have two, and I also have two of the Fusion Pop-Ups. It's really good, too, but I tend to like the Fusion Folding better for frequent use. It's twice as bright, and the batteries are easier to change. Way to go Energizer! Fusion is way cool!
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Constant regulated brightness... no glare.. nice diffusion of light.. takes rechargeable AAs

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Poppy - 5 years ago
Generally speaking, I DISLIKE lanterns for INDOOR use, primarily because they offer too much glare. If you set one in the center of the room, your eyes are drawn to it, and then as your iris closes you can't see much else. However for OUTDOOR use, you don't have much of an option. The Light Fusion Technology of this lantern truly sets it apart. It spreads the hot spot (that produces glare) out throughout the light panel so broadly that glare is essentially eliminated. I really like the beam of this lantern! Additionally a BIG PLUS for this lantern is that it has a regulated light output. That means that it has circuitry to manage the power to the lantern from the batteries so that it will maintain the same level of light, a consistent level of light, until the batteries are depleted. Other lanterns get dimmer and dimmer as the batteries deplete and get crazy long run-times but at increasingly lower levels of light. This lantern also has a digitally adjustable light out put. You can set it at whatever level of light is most comfortable, with the consideration that brighter means less run-time, less bright means longer run-times. A friend wrote this.. "Runtimes on high seemed to come in at about 3.5hrs for 4xAA and just shy of 7hrs for 8xAA loads (under warm summer conditions with Alkaline disposable batteries). Lowering the light level just a small amount led to dramatic increases in runtime, so much so that I terminated testing because I got bored." The 300 lumen output on high is absolutely believable, and as stated... consistent for the duration of its run-time. Considering that there are many AA battery chargers that can plug into a car's power port, and the fact that this lantern will run on rechargeable AA batteries or standard alkalines, this lantern is an excellent choice for weekend camping, or for power outages. I modified mine by adding a USB cable (by soldering it to the battery box) so that it can run from a re-chargeable power bank. IMO the product can be improved by adding a USB input. It runs fine on the 5 volt output of power banks.
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