Skip to content

Dorcy Industrial Rechargeable Xenon Lantern

Item# 03493209000P | Model# 41-1035 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
Sold by Sears.com
Dorcy Industrial Rechargeable Xenon Lantern
$20.92
$38.99
Rewards
You can earn on this product: $0.21 in points
-
+
Add To Cart
Description Specifications
Durable and water resistant. Built-in battery power indicator. Lasts up to 4 hours on a single charge. Includes DC (home) adaptor for charging. Survives an 8 foot drop test. Bulb produces 102 lumens.
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
Ratings & Reviews

Overall Rating:

Average
(18 Ratings)
  • 5 Stars
    (13)
  • 4 Stars
    (2)
  • 3 Stars
    (1)
  • 2 Stars
    (1)
  • 1 Star
    (1)
  • Read Reviews
Member Photos
No photos yet...

Most Helpful Reviews:

Praise
By PeterJ5
November 29th, 2013
The best home or camp flashlight

I have used these flashlights for years. They are far brighter and last much longer than 2 or 3 D-cell flashlights. The most important issue is here is VERY BRIGHT, and easily portable. They last many weeks of episodic use at home or at camp, and recharge totally in about three hours. Which for episodic use is only every 2-3 months. You don't need to keep them plugged in. They use rechargable lead acid batteries which have a life of about 5-7 years. When they are dead, take your Phillips #2 screw driver to the four screws, and pull out the battery. Then hit ****** for the replacement. For $15-$16 each, it is cheaper to replace the battery than to replace the entire flashlight. I used these in a medical office for years to respond to power outages in exam rooms. Six in a two physician office and nobody cared about the power outage, including the staff. I have added them to my camp and all guests prefer the brightness, intensity, and longevity of these flashlights far beyond the D-cell models. They last a long time on a charge and light the way in the dark of the Northern Maine woods. I give these as the most loved gifts to whom ever has received them. My recent purchase was to expand my inventory at camp. When they are around nobody wants to use either the 2-3 D-cell, or the 6 volt replaceable lantern battery models. When you look at the cost of replacing the D-cell, and lantern battery models every year with this rechargable needing a new battery every 5-7 years, the total cost of ownership is no contest. Yes I tell my friends about these flashlights, and give them as gifts all the time. But this is just my opinion take it or leave it.

5 found this review helpful
Criticism
By tlhutt
January 21st, 2014
does not charge

This rechargeable lantern did not charge.

1 found this review helpful
Reviewers may have received a benefit, like a sweepstakes entry or rewards program points, in exchange for writing a review.
Those benefits were not conditioned on the positive or negative content of the review.
17hwytosavannah
have it

Great for mechanical work

|

This is a good quality light and meets my needs.

January 4th via sears.com
0 of 0 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
charlesajonesii

Excellent rechargable lantern

|

Great price for a great rechargable lantern. Provides about 2 hours of light per charge and is really durable. Excellent choice for farm and light commercial use. I use mine daily.

September 28th via sears.com
2 of 2 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
02bigdogs
have it

Love this lantern

|

I love this flashlight/lantern. Craftsman actually used to make one, it was identical, but hasn't been available for years. I was so excited when I saw this one at Sears. It is the BEST of rechargeable flashlights, and the battery and bulb are replaceable as well.

August 17th via sears.com
2 of 2 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
Johnny5000
have it

Great Flashlight

|

This item is a great buy. It will stay charged for several months with out being recharged.. Very bright light. I have three of these flashlights great for car truck or home.

July 6th via sears.com
0 of 0 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
tlhutt
have it

does not charge

|

This rechargeable lantern did not charge.

January 21st via sears.com
1 of 2 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
Questions & Answers (0)
Want to know something? Ask a question