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UCO Candlelelier Deluxe Candle Lantern

4,6 de 5 estrelas 2.611 avaliações de clientes

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Marca UCO
Peso do produto 1.4 Gramas
Número de peças 5

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  • Oferece ampla luz, aquece o entorno e ajuda a remover a condensação.
  • Aquece pequenas quantidades de água ou alimentos no escudo térmico.
  • Chaminé de vidro e 3 tubos de vela com compartimentos de visualização.
  • Estrutura de alumínio leve e durável.
  • Alça de transporte e base de trava de torção.

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Precisa de mais lúmens? Aumente o brilho e afaste-se do frio com a lanterna de vela UCO Candlelier. Com três velas de 9 horas, esta brilhante fonte de calor e luz é perfeita para grandes grupos de campistas e para uso doméstico e de emergência. Ilumine seu próximo piquenique em família e mantenha o seu café quente também. Basta colocar sua caneca ou panela no escudo térmico e voila! O candelabro aquece de forma inteligente pequenas quantidades de água ou alimentos enquanto fornece um brilho ambiente quente para o seu acampamento ou varanda.

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1,0 de 5 estrelas Possibly the worst product I’ve ever used
Avaliado no Canadá em 9 de novembro de 2019
Cor: Alumínio.Compra verificada
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1,0 de 5 estrelas Possibly the worst product I’ve ever used
Avaliado no Canadá em 9 de novembro de 2019
Words cannot express how much I hate this lantern. Which is a huge disappointment because I really, really wanted to like it. But after spending a substantial amount of time relying on it for heat and dealing with the consequences, I can honestly say that I’ve never had this much rage and loathing towards a product I’ve owned. This is going to be a very detailed review as I’ve gotten to know this lantern better than I ever wanted to, and I have a good bit to say about its performance.

I bought this lantern to help heat my camper when my trip to Canada from the States got extended further into the fall than planned. I had left my propane heater at home and just needed a little extra heat for a couple of weeks. I’d been eyeing the lantern for a while and liked the look and concept, and was excited to finally have a reason to spend the money and try it out.

So for three weeks in the early fall in the mountains of BC, other than my electricity- and propane-hogging furnace, this was my primary heat source. I spent a good bit of money up-front on the lantern and a bunch of candles and really didn’t want to buy another heater, so I kept using it and struggling with it for far longer than I normally would any other product this terrible. To explain just how bad it really is, I think the best place to start is with a few numbers.

I ran the lantern throughout parts of the day and most of the evening every day for 20 days, and went through 21 white 9-hour candles and 9 beeswax 12-hour candles in that time. Going through 3 at a time (although I was only able to keep all 3 burning the whole way down once) this adds up to 99 hours of usage according to UCO’s given burn times, but I estimate it to be closer to 90. The cost of all these candles from amazon.ca was a ridiculously whopping $100.93 CAD. On just the candles. This doesn’t include the $51.66 I spent on the lantern. That means I was paying about a buck thirty an hour for the very minimal amount of heat it was providing.

In addition, it took me between 20 and 30 minutes to clean and remove the excess wax from the lantern every time I changed candles. I changed candles 10 times in total, so this means I spent somewhere between 3 and 5 cumulative hours just maintaining the thing. I also spent another couple of hours cleaning up most of a candles worth of wax that dripped from it the first time I used it, before I learned that I had to keep it on a plate at all times.

So that’s 5-7 hours of work, in addition to all that money, just to get 90ish hours of low quality heat. Like very, very minimal heat. UCO claims that it puts out 5000 BTUs. That’s such and extreme exaggeration that I can’t believe they’re not in some sort of legal trouble for saying it. I can’t imagine it puts out more than 1000 and that’s being very generous, and that’s also assuming you’ve managed to keep all 3 candles running.

Besides the fact that it produces at best a fifth of the heat it claims to, though, the even bigger problem with this lantern lies in the spring mechanism which lifts the candles as they burn. There’s a small metal base plate for each candle that sits on top of each spring and pushes the candle up the tube. Unfortunately the spring doesn’t apply even pressure to this plate and, very frequently, it pushes the plate into enough of a tilt that an opening is created along one edge, causing all the hot wax from the partially burned candle to run down into the spring. Suddenly the candle goes out and wax drains and fills up the metal tube and spring below, and/or runs out the bottom of the lantern and all over the floor. This usually happens about half to 2/3 of the way through the candle, and happened to at least one candle but frequently two, in 9 out of the ten sets of candles I used, both plain white and beeswax.

Unfortunately there’s nothing I could really do when that happened. If I replaced just the one, the candles would all be burning on different cycles and I’d end up having to clean the thing and change a candle every 2 or 3 hours. So I was forced to leave the lantern burning with only one or two candles, and only a fraction of the already minimal heat output, for sometimes a few hours, until all the candles were mostly burned down and I could replace all three together.

And even when they did burn properly, changing the candles was an absurd amount of work. I quickly found that if there was even the slightest wax residue from the previous candle left on the inside of the tube, it would catch an edge of the metal plate as it rose, which would also cause it to tilt and spill. Initially I addressed this by scraping off all the wax with a cheap knife, but eventually started putting the tubes in the oven to heat them up and melt the wax off. Either way, very time consuming and inefficient. And that was when the candles actually worked! When they didn’t, it was an even more time-consuming process of scraping and chipping the wax off from around the spring and base. At least the white candles had dry wax that chipped off, as opposed to the beeswax candles which were sticky and pliable and even harder and more infuriating to clean.

So that’s my story. 3 weeks, 152 dollars, 30 candles and about 7 hours of work, frustration and disappointment for around 90 hours of between maybe 200 and 1000 BTUs of heat. Writing it all out, I feel foolish for ever having spend so much of my time and money on such a horrendous abomination of a product. But what can I say, I was deep in the Canadian mountains and I was cold. Hopefully my experience can help dissuade you from ever spending your money on this lantern though. You’d likely be better off straight up burning the cash for warmth, and saving yourself a lot of mess and frustration.
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D barton
4,0 de 5 estrelas Metal casing/ Glass exposed/well made
Avaliado no Reino Unido em 7 de dezembro de 2020
KLW
5,0 de 5 estrelas Innovatively designed, highly functional candlelier candle lamp produces heat and light
Avaliado no Reino Unido em 1 de setembro de 2021
Cor: Alumínio.Compra verificada
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5,0 de 5 estrelas Innovatively designed, highly functional candlelier candle lamp produces heat and light
Avaliado no Reino Unido em 1 de setembro de 2021
I am impressed by the design, build quality and functionality of this UCO candlelier lantern which I bought for my camping trips.

Build quality is superb with an aluminium outer, plastic base and metal candle sleeves which fit over the candles to contain the wax. At the base are further aluminium caps which ensure no wax leaks onto springs beneath which, mounted onto the base, push the candle up the sleeve as it burns to ensure all three candles burn at the same consistent height.

The candlelier holds three candles which can be all of one type or a mix of the paraffin wax originals or any combination of these and beeswax or blue citronella candles. Just one or all three candles can be lit at once to provide light and some warmth depending on the light and heat level required. I'm using beeswax candles which produce a warm yellow cosy glow and emit a light honey scent, creating a very relaxed ambience after dark.

In addition to light, the candlelier also produces some heat which is very noticeable in a small, confined space and can certainly reduce the chill on an overnight camp, although it will never compete with a heater. In a very unscientific test, I held a thermometer about 20cm over my candle lantern for 10 minutes just to gain an indication of the heat level above and in this short time it measured 28°C in a 17°C room. It won't create much noticeable heat in a room but is warm when sitting beside it.

Replacement candles are not cheap but heat production rarely is, and they do have a long burn time of about 9-12 hours so they justify the cost. It will also boil a cup of water placed on the top warming plate in about 25 minutes.

I also have the tealight version and would recommend both although this is better when size and weight are less critical while the tealight version is best suited to lightweight backpacking.
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GEORGE HARRIS
1,0 de 5 estrelas Glass to weak
Avaliado no Reino Unido em 1 de fevereiro de 2021
Slinger
5,0 de 5 estrelas Boating/tent light and heater
Avaliado no Reino Unido em 24 de março de 2013
Cor: Alumínio.Compra verificada