Goal Zero Solar Flashlight - 23 LED light with solar and crank

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Goal Zero's Solo Rechargeable Flashlight is a compact, bright LED flashlight with built in solar and an internal lithium battery. You should never have to change out your dead batteries again. Keep the dark away and use this light to play!

- CampSaver.com

Goal Zero Solo Solar Flashlight. Compact LED Flashlight that can be recharged using the built-in solar panel. Solid machined aluminum body for added strength. Weather ready. Lumens: 15. Run Time: 2 Hours. Recharge Time: 8 Hours. Recharge from: Built-in Solar. Weight: 3.2 oz

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

GoalZero Solar Flashlight - 23 LED light with solar and crankThis flashlight has four methods of recharging: solar, crank, car charger (DC) and home wall charger (AC). The flashlight is a little more than a foot long and made of a lightweight composite material that is easy to grip and appears secure enough to be water-resistant. There are two lights on the bottom that indicate that the device is receiving a charge either from cranking, or from the sun. The solar indicator is helpful when you're not sure you're getting enough sun, or if you're not sure your cranking it the right way. When you plug it into the wall or your car, rest assured that it is actually charging like every other appliance.

- SunnySports

Don't get caught in the dark when you use Goal Zero's Solo Flashlight. No batteries are required since it has a built-in solar to recharge the flashlight during daylight hours. 5 bright LED lights give you 15 Lumens to light up your area. You get about 2 hours of light on an 8 hour charge.

- Mountain Gear

You won't be buying batteries anymore once you make the switch to the Goal Zero Solo flashlight. It features a built-in solar panel to recharge the internal battery. Set the Solo flashlight out in the sun during the day and it'll be ready to use by nightfall; 8 - 10 hrs. of charging provides about 2 hrs. of use. Group of 5 LEDs outputs 15 lumens. Goal Zero Solo flashlight has a machined aluminum body that stands up to regular use in the outdoors.

- REI