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As a test I have been using a 12 led 3 lighting setting dyno powered lantern I purchased at Walgreens for $10 for the last 4 months to light up one bathroom at night. Turned on just in the room and using th lowest 2 led setting just 60 turns every three or so days has provided the lighting for general use. Shaving ect is a different matter but that is saved for daytime.
The inexpensive lantern has held up to regular use these four months with out a problem as well.

Now I cannot say I have saved enought electricity to pay for the lantern but I know that this lantern performed and probably will continue to do so and with the current climate it may well be needed on a more demanding schedule.

PS. Tried to get a link to a example but unable to do so
 

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last ear we attended and off road event where they held a raffle for prizes with the money going to a retirement home......long story short ...one of the prizes I won was a crank lantern, it was rather cheap looking but I accepted anyways and it turns out to be a handy little peice of equipment....it has a radio, a phone charger a flashlight and a lantern all built into it....we have used it on and off for some time and I am considering adding another to our gear.....

your link does not work btw :) lol


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This is the one we have, bought two of them when we last went camping. They work very well, not super bright but bright enough to see what's around you.



 
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