Moji Lantern

Black Diamond Moji Lantern Reviews

Bright, light and simple to use, the Moji is a fun, pocket-sized lantern ideal for campsites, vehicles and table-top illumination. A streamlined, single-piece design houses a frosted globe for even distribution of the Moji's TriplePower LED, which emits 100 lumens at max setting. A dimming switch provides adjustable brighness, and a collapsible double-hook hang loop makes it easy to suspend in a tent, from a branch or strung together with additional units in a strand.

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Faith D.  Faith D.: Thinking about buying some of these for camping this winter but curious if anyone has used them in extreme temps? Hoping they won't freeze and go out in the middle of the night!
Scott K.  Scott K.: I'm yet to use mine below freezing, but I wouldn't be surprised if it goes out. This runs on a simple AA battery with no real thermal insulation around it. The battery will discharge more quickly in cold weather, so I'd bring a few spares!
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Good purchase

It's small, light, and bright.

A do it all lantern that does the job

High Level Review: This lamp is small and bright. I’ve used it in my camper van, car camping, as a light in my house, and also used it in place of my porch lighting at home. I like how small and portable it is. 


Device: Coming in at a whopping $20, you can’t go wrong if you are looking for a do-it-all lantern. I’ve used this lantern in a ton of different situations, and it always delivers. The lantern is LED, so energy efficient, and has a dimmer, so you can adjust the brightness, which was great for the times that I was stealth camping in my van. Max brightness is a 100 lumens, so bright enough to light the space around you, but is not going to shine light on an entire campsite. 


My favorite feature is the double hooks at the bottom of the lantern allowing you to attach it to a lashing inside your tent, a wire run by your campsite, or just about anything. I’ve attached it to a thin tree branch before and that worked great. 


I’ve heard some people have quality issues with them (not working out of the box), but I’ve never had any issues, and despite a lot of hard use and little upkeep, this thing keeps on working like new. Black Diamond posts that in the max setting batteries last about 70hours. I’ve been running mine probably about 100 hours so far on a mix of settings, but mostly low.


My recommendation is that if you need a lantern that is portable, durable, and flexible, this fits the bill. But if you already have a head lamp, just use that. By slipping a plastic bottle over it, you’ll make a lantern that is just as good as the Moji while saving money and the environment.

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