Away from Home
If you enjoy camping, fishing, hiking or other outdoor activities, you know how nice it is to have a lantern to light your way when it gets dark. If you have small children, they will feel more secure and safe if they have a good strong light. However, a lantern that uses fire for light can be a safety hazard. If it should tip over and ignite some dry grass, the consequences could be disastrous. Ordinary battery powered lanterns only work as long as the battery remains charged – leaving you in the dark when the battery runs down. If the batteries are rechargeable, you must have access to electricity or some other means of recharging them.