Camp Lighting

Camp Lighting

Do you love a little ambient lighting when you go camping?

Do you need an extra light so you can read in your tent at night?

Explore the Anaconda range of camp lighting and never sit in the dark again!

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  •   Coleman CPX Family Rugged Lantern

    Coleman CPX Family Rugged Lantern

    Take along the Coleman Rugged CPX Compatible XL Lantern on your next weekend camping trip. This optional rechargeable or battery driven lantern's bright white light is perfect for camp setup, cooking and playing cards. Comes with the 4D Battery holder which store in this lantern's base, to make rech...

    Reg: $74.99

    CLUB: $59.99


  •   Spinifex Polaris 3.0 Lantern With Remote

    Spinifex Polaris 3.0 Lantern With Remote

    Once again the Spinifex Polaris is knocking expectations out of the park! You wouldn't expect to find a battery lantern that could out-perform a traditional gas or fuel lantern, but guess what? Spinifex's Polaris Lantern version 3.0 with remote, and new high powered Nicha LED's provides an amazing 3...

    Reg: $99.99

    CLUB: $50.00

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  •   Spinifex Polaris 1.5 Lantern

    Spinifex Polaris 1.5 Lantern

    A great light for anyone on a budget, this small but powerful Polaris lantern from Spinifex really is a fantastic light, and great value for money. It takes four standard AA cell batteries, so you won't have to go to a battery specialist to replace them. Ideal for illuminating the camp site or insid...

    Reg: $39.99

    CLUB: $20.00


  •   Coleman Coleman Northstar Gas Lantern

    Coleman Coleman Northstar Gas Lantern

    Light your way on even on the darkest of evenings with the powerful Coleman Northstar Gas Lantern. With an impressively bright 1540 lumens, the lantern has a long run time and utilises Perfect flow technology to ensure you donâ&euro&tradet suffer flare ups....

    Reg: $99.99

    CLUB: $79.99



  •   Spinifex High Power BBQ Light

    Spinifex High Power BBQ Light

    This high powered BBQ light is an essential for every barbecue enthusiast!

    Reg: $39.99

    CLUB: $20.00


  •   Dorcy Led Lantern

    Dorcy Led Lantern

    The Floating 6V Lantern is perfect for outdoor camping and water based adventures given the waterproof and floating capabilities of this lamp. The lantern contains 1 super bright LED and features 100 hours of continuous use. Comes complete with nylon wrist lanyard and a 6V battery....

    Reg: $16.99

    CLUB: $13.59


  •   Primus Lantern Glass

    Primus Lantern Glass

    Replacement glass for your lantern. Also available in large and small sizes....

    Reg: $14.99

    CLUB: $11.99


  •   Primus Mantle Ties Pack

    Primus Mantle Ties Pack

    Mantle is a device for generating bright white light when heated by a flame. It is thorium free and comes in a pack of 3 double tie mantles....

    Reg: $5.99

    CLUB: $4.79



  •   Primus Mantle Ties

    Primus Mantle Ties

    Thorium-free, double tie replacement lantern mantle from Primus.

    Reg: $5.99

    CLUB: $4.79


  •   Primus Replacement Frosted Glass Lantern

    Primus Replacement Frosted Glass Lantern

    Obnoxious child or a drunken friend accidentally break the lantern glass? The replacement lantern glass will solve that dilemma so you can continue enjoying your camping trip without being stranded in total darkness....

    Reg: $14.99 - $16.99

    CLUB: $11.99 - $13.59


  •   Primus Hurricane Lantern

    Primus Hurricane Lantern

    Reliable and economical, this Hurricane lantern is ideal for the great outdoors. It can be used to burn either kerosene or citronella oil to keep the mozzies away....

    Reg: $11.99 - $14.99

    CLUB: $9.59 - $11.99


  •   Spinifex 3 Led Tent Light

    Spinifex 3 Led Tent Light

    A great light for anyone on a budget. The Spinifex 3 Led Tent Light is a handy light featuring a magnetic mount. With a long battery life and long bulb life of 10,000 hours, it's lightweight and portable. Ideal for illuminating the tent or caravan without using up oxygen or giving off toxic fumes....

    Reg: $9.99

    CLUB: $5.00



  •   Spinifex 5 Led Tent Light With Remote Control

    Spinifex 5 Led Tent Light With Remote Control

    This Spinifex tent light is absolutely awesome & one of those fantastic little items no one needs but everyone wants! Designed to go just about anywhere in any tent, caravan or camper trailer, thanks to the high-powered magnetic mount located on the back of the unit. It has 5 ultra white LEDs that o...

    Reg: $14.99

    CLUB: $7.50


  •   Dune Rugged Tent Light With Repellent

    Dune Rugged Tent Light With Repellent

    Throw the batteries away (recycle), You won't need them anymore with this little beauty. 25 High intensity L.E.D's with a high and low setting, as well as Dynamo charging or plug it into a cigarette lighter in the car and charge from there. If all those features were not enough, turn on the Ultra so...

    Reg: $57.99

    CLUB: $34.79


  •   Coleman CPX 6 Rechargeable Cartridge

    Coleman CPX 6 Rechargeable Cartridge

    Convert any of the great Coleman CPX 6 products into a rechargeable product. 4.5 volt power cartridge for Coleman CPX rechargeable power system....

    Reg: $42.99

    CLUB: $34.39


  •   Dune Dune Utility Light

    Dune Dune Utility Light

    Bright L.E.D's in your hand either use as a torch or press the switch again and use as an area light. You can hang this little gem with the hook or use the magnet to attach to most metal surfaces. Plus as a bonus we will include the batteries....

    Reg: $11.99

    CLUB: $7.19


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Camp Lighting Buyers Guide

We have created this guide to give some help to those considering purchasing some adventure lighting products at Anaconda. The first question you need to ask yourself is what the lighting will be used for exactly. Why for example would you buy a lantern instead of a headlamp or torch? Most lights are designed for specific purposes. For example if you are going on a hiking adventure you would not want to carry a heavy lantern but would probably prefer a light lantern or headlamp for your lighting needs.

Headlamp or Lantern?

When it comes to more active pursuits like hiking and mountain bike riding at night headlamps are the best option as they are hands free and allow you to focus on your chosen activity. Lanterns, on the other hand are more conducive to camping and adventuring pursuits that involve numerous people. Lanterns provide 360 degree light allowing many people to utilise the same source of light.

Bright Enough?

At Anaconda we feel that the brightness but also the light quality are of equal importance. A light is only as good as the light it gives off but at the same time you do not want a blinding uncomfortable source of light.

Brightness is measured in lumens which is a unit that describes the total amount of light being emitted by a light source in a specific direction. A device measures the light energy and determines the total light output. Whilst lumens is a good indicator of brightness keep in mind that optics and design form a big part of the full picture. Certainly testing the light before you buy it can be a helpful option.

As a rough guide small groups of 2-3 will need up to a maximum of 100 lumens where larger groups may require a lumen count greater than 100.

User Friendly?

Sometime the need for light can be urgent which is why we recommend lighting devices that are simple and quick to switch on. Furthermore we recommend lights that have features such as hooks making it easy to hang overhead inside your tent and can stand on their own base on uneven rugged ground without needing to be propped up etc.

Before any camping or hiking trip be sure to familiarise yourself with your lights and other devices to ensure you know exactly how to use them.

Durable?

The camping and hiking lights we sell at Anaconda are durable and long lasting. This is important as we want our lights to last as long as possible and be able to handle the harshest conditions. But even at Anaconda not all light are made equal so be sure to match the durability of the light with the level of the activity being undertaken. For example some need a light that is extremely waterproof with a long lasting battery, adventuring down river in a kayak with zero access to a power source, whilst others would only require a light that is water resistant and can brighten a campsite between charges.