LED Camping Lantern | Atomic Beam vs Cascade
LED Camping Lantern | Atomic Beam vs Cascade

LED Camping Lantern | Atomic Beam vs Cascade

I tested two Camping Lanterns to find the right mix of quality, price, and usability of the Atomic Beam LED Camping Lantern by BulbHead and the Cascade LED Camping Lantern by Mountain Tech.  I personally like the Atomic Beam which you can buy on Amazon for $19.88 although the Cascade sells for $11.63 each (sold in 3 pack for $34.89).

Atomic Beam LED Camping Lantern

Atomic Beam LED Camping Lantern by BulbHead

  • ➤ The camping lantern that shines 360-degrees of bright LED light
  • ➤ Hang your atomic lantern from handles, magnetic base, or hook for hands-free torchlight
  • ➤ Collapsible light has easy pull-n-push on/off the system so you’re not fumbling for buttons when you need an emergency light
  • ➤ LED Lantern that’s great for everyday emergencies, blackouts, camping, boating, and working on the car, making it the perfect tent light, storm light, and fishing light – easily stash this emergency lantern in your disaster kit
  • ➤ Includes 1 Atomic Beam Lantern — requires 3 AA batteries (batteries not included). Rechargeable batteries are not compatible.
Cascade by Mountain Tech LED Camping Lantern

Cascade LED Camping Lantern by Mountain Tech

  • ➤ 3 LANTERNS & 4 MODES: this set of three lanterns with 9 batteries including features 4 light settings to make the perfect camping mode for you and your family.
  • ➤ ULTRA BRIGHT: Includes 30 individual low powered LED bulbs gives 100 Lumens of Bright Light, designed for a longer lifespan.
  • ➤ DEPENDABLE BUILD: Constructed with high-grade material; promising long-time durability. The extremely lightweight build allows you to take your lantern on the go with ease.
  • ➤ LONG LASTING: Light up to 12 hours of regular, continuous use with enough battery capacity.
  • ➤ COLLAPSIBLE: When not in use collapse the lantern to a smaller size; store it effortlessly, taking little space. Carry handle for your night walking adventures, or lighting the path of your backyard

Both are great camping lights but the Atomic Beam has the brightest light. Good for some things but sometimes you want a softer light and the winner of that category is the Cascade lantern.

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David is the Editor in Chief of Postcards From the Edge. I was born on a cold November morning on the showy plains of Colorado. Like my father, before me, I am an American Nomad.

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