Hey Guys today i want to show you my new gadget that i always take with me now. Here i have the Mini Flame Lantern from Snow Peak and what this small gadget do i will show you in the video now. So have fun. The Mini flame from Snow Peak is delivered in a white small plastic box that is slightly lined with foam inside to protect it from damage. At the first unpacking, the high-quality workmanship is immediately noticeable. Clean milled stainless steel anodized aluminium, brass and thick very well processed glass without any quirks the costs of about $60 incl. shipping to Germany quickly fall into oblivion. After unpacking, the Mini flame is simply screwed onto a gas cartridge with screw thread the lighter flame to the bottom of the notch on the SnowPeak logo and the control valve slowly turned up. Here you can now see what the name probably already suggests. The Mini flame makes a small flame which, like a candle, provides comfortable light. The rotating glass corpus allows the flame to be adjusted in combination with the control valve in flame size. The stepless adjustment is possible from very small to the top of the edge of the rim. At warm temperatures also up over the edge. When the flame is set, a cozy feeling comes on directly that rivals a classic candle in lighting image in anything. I like to use the Mini flame under the tarp and in the tent if sufficient ventilation is provided. Of course, you could also use the Mini flame when barbecuing or traveling with campers or similar. On the subject of wind resistance, it is worth mentioning that the Mini flame is somewhat susceptible. The notch or ignition opening is good for the ignition however, the wind here has a small ramp which in case of incorrect positioning or when changing winds favours extinguishing the flame. Here I have folded with some tin foil a small wind protection which closes the opening below and this also helps very well so far. Nevertheless, the wind can go inside over the top and an extinguishing of the flame in wind is still possible. According to the manufacturer the burning time is 15 hours with a SnowPeak giga Power 110g cartridge. Generally, the lantern consumes about 7g of gas per hour on which flame size the values refer to, I could not figure out. Anyway, the burn time is fine. Packed again, the 102 grams light lantern has the dimensions of 105x42x40mm and fits very well into smaller pockets of the backpack. Now let’s get to the conclusion. Guys, this was the mini flame from Snow Peak. Iam happy with the lantern. It makes a change to the cold normal headlamp light even if it does not reach the brightness of a camplight. But its very enjoyable. Design, processing quality is very nice size and weight also good. What i dont like at the design is the ignition opening it would have been possible to omit the ignition notch, as the candle can also be ignited very good from above. In addition, a slightly conical design in the upper area would have been more advantageous in terms of wind resistance. For Info: watch in the tent for ventilation and the hot glass corpus should not get water drops as it can come to cracks here. Thats it! I hope you have enjoyed the video. Unitl next time. Take Care!