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The Coleman Insta-Clip Standard Shape Mantles fit a wide range of Coleman gas-powered camping lanterns, specifically models 200, 201, 214, 220, 275, 282, 285, 286, 288, 290, 295, 5107, 5114, 5150, 5151, 5152, 5153, 5154, 5155, 5177, 5178, 9950, and 9960. Whew.

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Nothing like Coleman Light

    For just over $2, you can't go wrong with these mantles. They're easy to install, and provide unparalleled light for the camp. The only drawback is how easy they damage when traveling, so always keep an extra pair (in the package) around.

    gotta have spares

      These are obviously a necessity if you have a mantle lantern. Love them or hate them, they really light up the camp. They can be fragile, but with the clip on ones, installation is easy, and they're cheap enough to add a few sets to the occasional order here and there just to be sure you have some on standby all the time.

      Do not jostle

        Great mantles, last forever, burn bright and strong, but DON'T BUMP THE LANTERN. I've heard so many complaints about how they fall apart. They're made of ash once you burn them for the first time, what do you expect? Treat them gently and they'll treat you well.

        Bright White Light

          These work great & are very easy to replace. After you install them, pump up your lantern & burn them using fuel to get a rounder shape.

          Coleman 335P Lamp what is the part number...

          Coleman 335P Lamp what is the part number for the mantles or details required to get the right one?Also i am told runs on Unleaded Gasoline can it also run on other fuels?

          I know we used to use white gas in our...

          I know we used to use white gas in our coleman lanterns, can you use regular gas or unleaded gas in them. appreciate your answers, Jon

          If you have a Dual Fuel model, you can use unleaded gasoline. If you have a standard one (green instead of gray or red tank on stoves), you can only use white gas.

          We prefer the white gas because of the smell, though. Heck, nowadays, it's probably cheaper!

          I am thinking of years past, we used any...

          I am thinking of years past, we used any type of mantle for our coleman lanterns, why so many different types , model numbers, and why can you not use any of them on any lantern???? Jon