W.T. Kirkman No. 1 “Little Champ” Cold Blast Oil Lantern

(1 customer review)

$40.95$93.95 USD

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Description

Our W.T. Kirkman No. 1 Little Champ Oil Lantern is the 3/4 version of the No. 2 Champion, and the smallest lantern in our Signature Series. This model features a full weight pressed globe bearing our trademark, and the improved WTK #201 Wing-Lock Burner with superior wind resistance. The Little Champ rivals larger lanterns for brightness. Its durable Bright Galvanized Steel version is highly rust resistant and reminiscent of the lanterns produced in the late 1800’s into the 1940’s. The Little Champ is especially appropriate for applications that demand both historic accuracy as well as durability and performance, and are an excellent choice for emergency stand-by lighting.

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Specifications
■ 12″ High,(Bail Up Height 16 1/4″)
■ Average 9 Candle Power,(Maximum 12 c.p.)
■ 5/8″ Wick
■ 9 oz. Fount Capacity, 12 Hour Burning Time
■ Approx. Thermal Output: 1100 BTU per Hour
■ Operates on Average at 4 to 7 Cents per hour worth of fuel, (at $7 to $11 per gallon.)
■ Packed One Dozen per Case (Also Sold Individually)
■ Imported
■ Wicked and ready to add oil
■ Includes Handy Funnel for Oiling
■ Satisfaction Strictly Guaranteed!

Additional information

Weight 2.5 lbs
Dimensions 13 × 5 × 5 in
Color

Black, Galvanized

Globe Color

Amber, Blue, Clear, Frosted, Green, Red

Hooded Reflector

No, Yes

1 review for W.T. Kirkman No. 1 “Little Champ” Cold Blast Oil Lantern

  1. Maëlys McArdle

    I bought the Little Champ in black with both a frosted and clear globe. The lantern works quite well, and I’m very pleased with my purchase. For the frosted glass with the black lantern, I found that the the globe could have paint marks where it made contact with the lantern (wires, top, bottom). Using nail polish remover and a rinse took care of that minor inconvenience. No such issues with the clear globe. I’ll definitely buy from W.T. Kirkman again.

    • Madison Kirkman

      Thank You Very Much! Yes, Frosted Glass has a rough surface like fine sand paper, and thus it can rub off paint easily. We have to be careful of that as well. I am glad you enjoy our product.

      Best Regards,
      Madison Kirkman

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