Small but mighty, the ultra-compact ML4 Mini Lantern from Led Lenser provides rechargeable and efficient lighting wherever your adventure takes you.
Despite measuring less than 10cm long and weighing only 71g, this unit packs a punch providing glare-free lighting up to 300 lumens thanks to micro-prism technology. Providing power, mid-power, low power, boost and blink modes as well as an optional red light to protect your night vision. This unit is IP66 rated, making it dustproof and protected against powerful water jets, and it’s powered by an included rechargeable battery but can also be used with a standard AA alkaline battery. When you wake up bleary-eyed in the middle of the night, you’ll be able to find your lantern as it has fluorescent elements.
Attach it to the back of your pack or hang it overhead for storage or better lighting using the carabiner snap hook on top. When you need compact and convenient lighting that packs a punch, look no further than the ML4 Mini Lantern from Led Lenser.
Efficient, glare-free lighting up to 300 lumens
Powered by included rechargeable battery or separate standard AA alkaline battery
Carabiner snap hook for usage and attachment options
Fluorescent elements for better visibility at night
9.7L x 4W x 4D cm
In Use Dimensions:
9.7L x 4W x 4D cm
9 x Power LED
5 − 300
1x Rechargeable Li−ion 14500 3.7V Supplied | 2.77 Wh | Can use 1x AA Alkaline Battery
High 2.5 hrs | Low 45 hrs
Hiking | Camping
7 Year with Product Registration
which version1 answer
normal or warm?
Andy - VIC(1 year ago)
This is the standard ML4 lantern. The Warm model is physically named the ML4 Warm Lantern, which we don't have available, but you can get them through LendLenser Aus. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
You have some different types of ledlenser lithium batteries. What is the difference between them and can you use any of them?
Paul - The Gap, QLD(2 years ago)
Because you've asked this question on the lantern page, I'm assuming you're referring to what batteries can be used with it? The ML4 lantern accepts 1 x AA battery, or 1 x 14500 battery...they are both slightly different types of batteries. We do stock some Led Lenser batteries, but none in either of these sizes. This lantern is rechargeable though, so you'll only need to purchase a replacement battery when the one provide reaches the end of its life.
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
Recharging cable1 answer
Is the recharging cable compatible with the P5R. I.e. will the same cable do both. I have previously purchased the P5R hence the question.
Graeme - Clarenza, NSW(3 years ago)
Not as far as we know, the P5R uses a floating charger, while the ML4 uses a smaller magnetic charger.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Switch memory?1 answer
Does this light ‘remember’ the last colour and intensity it was set to, and turn back on like that? And can it be turned off from whatever you happen to have it set to, without cycling through all the other stages? As a hobby astronomer, the “holy grail” is a lantern of this size and type I can use to adjust my gear that can be turned on and off using the low intensity or red lights only without clicking through the other options.
Rob - Newcastle(3 years ago)
I've just checked, and good news, you can avoid cycling through all of the light options by holding the button down for 3 seconds to turn the lantern on in red mode and keep your night vision.