Despite being the smallest lantern in Goal Zero's range, it emits a light of 135 lumens, which is good enough to light up the tent or the immediate surroundings. In addition to the lantern, it also has a flashlight at the top that provides a more directed light. The fact that it is also IPX6 rated makes it ready for all weathers and activities. Charged via USB.READ MORE
Brightness: 150 Lumens
Power source: Rechargeable battery
Battery life: approx. 7 - 170 hours
Size: Ø3.8 x 9.3 cm
Rechargeable flashlight in pocket format with a light of up to 150 lumens. The lantern can be charged via USB or solar cells. A battery indicator on the top shows how much battery is left. IPX6 rating makes it resistant to rain and storms.
Connect it to a solar panel from Goal Zero. With the Nomad 7 solar panel, the lantern is charged in about 3.5 hours depending on the brightness.
Charge via the built-in USB connector (3.5 hours)
|Mode||Number of hours|
|One side:||170 h (low light), 15 h (strong)|
|Both sides:||80 h (low light), 7 h (strong)|
|Capacity:||9.62 Wh (3.7V, 2600mAh)|
|Lifespan:||Hundreds of charges|
|Storage||Recharge at 3-6 month intervals for best capacity|
|Other||Charge protection and discharge protection built-in|
|Size:||Ø37,75 x 93 mm|
|Size||Ø3,8 x 9.3 cm|
|Capacity||about 7 - 170 hours|
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