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The Trinity is a beautifully designed, super bright and versatile camping lantern. Its size belies its power as the 190 lumen maximum output can throw light out for around 90 m.
Driven by 4 x AA batteries (included), the lantern will last for well over 100 hrs when used on low power: simply hold down the power button to adjust the brightness. The retractable light chimney allows the Trinity to be used as a hand-held torch as well as a lantern.
Retractable feet increase stability on flat surfaces and the integral hook allow it be hung from tent ceilings and tree branches. Nestled inside the base is a tripod mounting point allowing the lantern to be screwed onto a tripod as well.
- Super bright dual purpose lantern/torch
- Retractable feet, tripod screw and foldaway hanging loop
- Packed size: 140 mm x 65 mm diameter
- Weight : 250 g
- Burn time 3.5 hrs / 190 hrs (max/min power)
- IPX5 water resistant. Do not immerse in water!
- 4 x AA batteries (included). Compatible with NIH rechargeable batteries. (Do not use rechargeable Lithium batteries)
- 3 Year Alpine Bond
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After reading the last review I decided to purchase the Trinity for a winter's wild camp in the Lake District. This handy bit of kit provided more then I expected and lit up a large area which was great. Never felt the need to use my head Torch. The Trinity can be adjusted to suit your lighting requirements. Torch option is also great. Takes four AA batteries. Very compact and seems durable.
I have to say that I am constantly impressed with Alpkit gear. It just gets better. In the early days, when Alpkit started branching out into head torches, they were fairly dire, cheap yes, but too fragile for me.
When I look at the Trinity lantern, I can see that Alpkit has moved onto another plane as far as design and quality is concerned. It's a robust little lantern which extends from a torch. In fact it has to be opened to access the button the switch it on. There are a couple of clever touches: extending feet adds to the stability if you are using it in tabletop mode, and the hanger is made up of two almost semi-circular rods, which should make it much more secure when in hanging mode. There is even what looks like a tripod fitting on the bottom of the lantern. At £21, I wasn't sure if this represented good value, but once in my hand I realised that this is a bit of a bargain.
I really would like to balance this by saying something negative, but I am really struggling to find anything, so five stars Alpkit.