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Lamplight

Lamplight Chamber Oil Lamp

4.0
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Description

  • Household necessity during power outages
  • Burns for up to 25 hours
  • Holds 12 -ounce of fuel

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Customer Reviews

For ambiance, backround light, love this.. Love this.. we have like 3 or 4, cheaper than candles those burn fast... 4Basically JunkI ordered these because of some really nice reviews. We have power outages a good bit and I remember as a child my grandparents had something similar to these that were always ready - unlike candles that burn away quickly and flashlights that have expensive dead batteries, these were always ready with some handy kerosene. So, I bought 4 thinking they would be nice gifts for my house and for my son. It's a fairly small size, which is fine, but the metal mechanism may as well have been made out of aluminum foil. It's super thin and snaps easily. In fact, the entire assembly on one of the lamps just fell apart when I put oil into the base and tried to screw the top on. As in, all the pieces including the piece that screws the wick higher and lower fell apart like in an old Roadrunner cartoon. I came here to try to setup a return and Amazon states it's not eligible for return. I've never had a product that I couldn't return. The other 3 are still in their boxes and this one is sitting on my bookshelf with the globe haphazardly hanging off. The manufacturer needs to spend a few extra cents for a little better quality on the metal assembly here. If this had fallen apart after I lit the wick it might have burned my house down as the full bottom of lamp oil would have caught fire. This is dangerous.1Affordable small glass chamber lamp -great for power outages.It's an affordable and reliable glass chamber lamp that uses a flat wick. You can adjust the brightness by turning the knob up or down. I used Kleen-Strip Kleen Heat odorless fuel to reduce odor and residue when I use this lamp in my house. I purchased this lamp because I knew it would be a good thing to have around for power outages -which I've already experienced this fall since purchasing the lamp. It came in handy for me when a flashlight would not do. And it will light a room enough to do everyday tasks or sit around a table or to read by. This is a good sized lamp to keep on a bedside table or dresser. Might be ordering another one for other rooms in my house.5A fully functional classic successThe Lamplight 110 Chamber Lamp (I purchased mine from Amazon with Prime shipping) is a functional, cozy light for mood lighting, emergency use, or, if you live like I did as a child, everyday lighting after dark. The parts of a standard, flat-wick table lamp are the fount (the base, where the fuel is stored), the burner (the metal part in the middle, where the wick is held), the adjusting knob (the protrusion you can't see in the stock photo, but controls the height of the wick), the wick (the woven cotton designed to draw kerosene up from the fount to be burnt off at the top), and the chimney (the glass bulb or tube with a throat, or smaller area, at the top). To use the lamp, 1. Add fuel the the fount, 2. screw the burner with wick properly inserted onto the fount, 3. make sure the wick is trimmed straight across, and adjust to 1/16" above the burner, 4. wait 15 minutes or more for the wick to soak up kerosene, 5. light the wick, and adjust down if the flame seems too high, 6. clamp the chimney back in place on top of the burner, and 7. immediately turn the flame down again, as the chimney increases flame height. Over the next few minutes, continue to turn down the flame as more kerosene is drawn up the wick, until a stable flame is established. 8. To "shut the lamp off," turn the flame down until it is nearly nonexistent, then cup your hand at a 45-degree angle over the chimney, and blow quickly and gently. The light will go out, and you will be done. If you are buying this lamp for decoration, it will more than meet your needs. The glass is clear, the lamp is pretty, and all the "ugly" glass is underneath the fount, so no one will ever see it. A pair of these on the mantlepiece or the top of a bookcase will go well with any decor. If you are buying it to use, either occasionally or frequently, you either have experience from your past, or are looking into expanding your lighting options. I call this a kerosene lamp because that is what it is designed to use as fuel. You can buy lamp oil for outrageous prices (Amazon recommends some good quality stuff, actually), but I only recommend that if you intend to use this lamp once or twice a year. The lamp oil does not have a scent, and the increased cost is likely negligible compared to the wasted space a jug or can of kerosene will take up. If you intend to use this lamp as emergency lighting, and you actually want to use it for more than a day or two, get some K-1 Kerosene from Wal-Mart or another reasonable seller, and store it in your basement, or somewhere else out of the way. It burns longer and brighter than lamp oil, and the high quality K-1 has almost no odor. Keep the lamp somewhere at or above nose level (on a shelf, instead of a table) and you will not notice an odor at all. If you plan to use this lamp on a daily basis, consider biting the bullet and getting K-2 Kerosene (dyed, fuel kerosene) from a gas station. It's a little smellier, and it will mess up your wicks faster, but the significantly lower cost of the fuel more than compensates for the cost of replacement wicks, if you don't mind the scent. Current costs per gallon of the fuels should also be considered. As of the posting of this review, average prices when bought by the gallon in your typical Wal-Mart or other box store are: Lamp oil: $40.00/gallon K-1 Kero: $10.00/gallon K-2 Kero: $5.00/gallonFrankly, I recommend the average consumer buy this, and then get a gallon or 2.5 gallon container of K-1 Kerosene from Walmart or any good hardware store. The bigger container brings your cost down to $8.00/gallon for the fuel, and the slight aroma from kerosene can be overcome by simply adding a drop or two (not much more than that, or you will start to clog the wick!) of pure vanilla extract to the fount. That way, instead of kerosene smell, you get the faint aroma of vanilla. This works with mint extract as well. I recommend this lamp for anyone who wants decorative pieces for their mantle, anyone who wants light for when the power goes out, anyone who wants a cozy and romantic evening light without paying for endless candles which are never bright enough, or anyone who wants a constant light for reading, eating dinner, or any other life tasks. It is well-made, easy to clean, simple to adjust or fix, and straightforward to use.5Loosely woven wick fabric that did not cu/trim easily. WAY smaller than I thought Blown glass chimney. Cheap metal. Loosely woven wick fabric that did not cu/trim easily. WAY smaller than I thought, and they overestimate the burn time (theirs is based on low "night light" type use.However, it works. And got it on sale for around 7 dollars, so I'll use it. Just NOT in a place where I need the most light. (Kitchen table) If you need to fill a room, you'll need 2 of these. I am going to search for an ANTIQUE lamp, that weighs 3 times as much and is larger & has a larger wick. Which means MORE LIGHT.I would have sent it back were it not so cheap. I am spoiled by using antique American quality. Buy em, fix em up. Youtube will show you how. 2Puts off a lot of light.We spend a week in November with the power off at the breaker, just for fun. This lamp gives off enough light for us to play cards and board games (settlers). Filled it up at the first of the week, by the end of the week, there was just a tiny bit of oil left, so with just night usage it uses maybe a cup and a half of oil per week.5Lowered price means lowered quality. Pass on this one.Pass on this one, I think the manufacturer changed to lowest bidder. This was definitely not the quality described by other reviewers. The price dropped to about half of what it was when I added it to my wish list so that tell you the manufacturers likely changed. The base was reasonably sturdy but is literally warped like it came out of the furnace red hot and cooled at an angle. The metal globe base is very cheap and sets at an angle. The metal arms that hold the globe were bent and twisted so I had to straighten them out just to put the globe on. The globe doesn't sit securely on the base. The globe has a crack. I put oil in the lamp as soon as I opened it before I realized what poor quality it was, so I can't exchange it.2Cheaply made, great with modificationsMainly good for emergency use. If you live remotely and would use this often if not every day, it's not the lamp for you. Base where wick and globe sit on, extremely flimsy. Mine arrived damaged in shipping and tried to fix and bend the cheap metal back into position, without luck. Took off larger base just left metal around wick and took off inner metal from larger base, and turning handle. See photo. Have to trim cotton, it's been a battle. I would buy the Coleman lantern or something else if actual usage is planned.3Lamplight 110 Chamber Lamp ...I purchase with another Lantern/Lamp to compare as well. It's a cheaply made lamp. The Globe, all is made in China and poor quality. The base is good enough. But the tin/metal is so cheap, so what if the base is appropriate in quality? The Globe appears as may be blown, -- only because from where "blown" or formed the glass, while still elastic was not burnished properly and appeared as a crack in the Globe. It was the fine "stringy" remains of an unfinished item, sharp, and may be "sanded" smooth I'd guess, but not "cracked" as it appeared with the excess not cleaned away. A very disappointing purchase for what is to be pulled out if needed, in addition to other "alternative" lighting sources. I think the other Lantern will get purchased a few more times. This will last or not as it is. It's just so much trouble to return poor quality "stuff", even here, anymore. Unless you like the "look", it's a cheap lamp and would recommend avoiding if using in any "reliable" need context, -- not a good emergency light source. I'll continue with the Red Metal Kerosene Lanterns for that.2Flimsy garbageThis is the biggest piece of garbage oil lamp I have ever seen. The metal parts had to be completely disassembled and reassembled because metal was bent and the wick adjust will go only up and not down. I have to use pliers to get it to go down. If I did not need this for an upcoming natural disaster , I would send it back.1Cheaply madeRarely do I receive something from Amazon that is crap but this is crap. The metal pieces are so cheaply made that it fell apart in my hands when I took it out of the box. As I tried to get it back together, one of the 4 TINY pieces holding it together broke off, so then I only had 3 left. No matter how much I worked at it, I just could not get the thing back together properly. And it looked so beautiful in the box. And non-returnable. And what the heck is THAT all about?1Basic oil lampFor the price of $13 and some change, this lamp is okay and serviceable. It arrived to me intact and packed well. The quality isn t top notch, but then again the lamp was inexpensive. The chimney is made of glass that is quite thin. I will have to take care not to break it. The metal hardware is a bit flimsy and even rusty near the base where it screws onto the glass oil chamber. The chimney sits askew on top of the glass portion so the whole thing looks a little crooked. Even though it has a handle, I wouldn t recommend walking around with it much. I intend on leaving it in one spot. With some care, I think the lamp can be reliable for emergency lighting but also for fun, too. Mine is currently lit and has been burning for about 6 hours. I use Medallion Clear Lamp Oil. It has a smell in the bottle but no smell when burned. No odor from the lamp is detectable in my home. I highly recommend this oil for oil lamps such as this one. Stay away from paraffin oils. They are no good for this type of lamp. And kerosine should be avoided, too, if burning indoors. All in all, if stored or kept in a safe place away from harm, this lamp should last a while. Everything on this lamp works and performs well, even if the quality is lacking. If you need an inexpensive oil lamp for emergencies, this should do the trick. I don t regret this purchase.Update 12/1/18: Removed one star due to quality. Also because I found a better, cheaper oil lamp at Wally World, which is very similar to this one but lacks a handle. The one from Wally World is constructed better and with sturdier metal components and only cost $7.50. A better deal all around.2
Lamplight Chamber Oil Lamp

Lamplight Chamber Oil Lamp

4.0
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Regular price
NZ$ 112.00
Sale price
NZ$ 112.00
Regular price
NZ$ 184.00
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