SOTO Platinum Lantern


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Shin-Fuji Burner Corporation was established in 1978 as a manufacturer of industrial burners.
The development of the "Pocket Torch," which was launched in 1990, was the catalyst for the company's involvement in outdoor products. The product was initially developed as a tool for craftsmen, but its powerful flame also has excellent wind resistance, which led the company to focus on demand in the outdoor market. The "SOTO" brand was then launched.

The core of the SOTO brand is a combustion device fueled by cassette gas. The brand differentiates itself from other manufacturers in terms of fuel economy and convenience, and there are high expectations for future demand for this product.

The fragile mantle can be easily broken. No need for fragile mantles or hollers. Platinum luminescent lanterns.

The mantle is vulnerable to impact and requires a protective holly. Platinum luminescent lanterns, however, do not have a mantle and instead wear a robust and highly effective light-collecting reflector.

Platinum luminescence is wind-resistant, and this reflector alone can be used without being affected by wind.

Dimensions 77 mm (W) x 65 mm (D) x 110 mm (H) (when in use)

Width 33mm x Depth 58mm x Height 142mm (when stored) Main unit only

Weight 210g (main unit only)

Illuminance*1120 lux (80W equivalent) when using SOD-725T and SOD-710T

Fuel: SOTO product dedicated container (OD can)

Operating time: Approx. 6.0 hours (when 1 SOD-725T is used) Approx. 2.0 hours (when 1 SOD-710T is used)

Ignition methodPiezoelectric ignition method

MaterialLight emitter: platinum*2, head guard, reflector, stopper knob, light emitter guard: stainless steel, ignition switch, air adjustment lever: resin

AccessoriesSpecial storage case RemarksCylinders are sold separately.

1 Measured at 25°C, 3 minutes after ignition, at a distance of 50 cm from the light source.
2 The luminous element (platinum) is a consumable item. The illuminance will decrease as holes open on the surface or the surface is deformed. Conversion is required when the illuminance drops significantly. *Recommended replacement time is 100 to 200 hours of total luminous hours. (This will vary depending on natural conditions and fuel used.)

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