Goal Zero Torch Flashlight

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On Sale. Goal Zero Torch Crank Light FEATURES of the Goal Zero Torch Crank Light Powerful LED Flashlight Recharge from 12V, dynamo crank, solar, or wall plug Features LED technology in both floodlight and flashlight options Charge using the flip out solar panel Hand crank generator to power the rechargeable batteries Hook allows for hands-free use Charge Times AC/DC Adapter: 6-7 hours Solar Panel: 9-10 hours Hand Crank Generator: 1 min = 10 mins of light Lighting Times Top LEDs: 10-12 Hours Side LEDs: 12-15 Hours SPECIFICATIONS of the Goal Zero Torch Crank Light Weight: 11.2 oz, 0.45 kgs Dimension: 10 x 2.5 x 1.5 (inch), 26.7 x 8.9 x 3.8 (cm) This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Be ready for power outages and spontaneous road trips with the Goal Zero Torch Solar Crank flashlight. It can be powered by its built-in solar panel, AC/DC input or hand crank. 18 LEDs on the side provide soft flood light and 4 LEDs on the top throw a spot beam; side LEDs run for 12 - 15 hrs. and the top LEDs run for 10 -12 hrs. on a full charge. NiMH battery fully recharges in 6 - 7 hrs. from a vehicle power outlet; in sunny weather, the battery recharges in 9 - 10 hrs. using the built-in solar panel. Or you can use the dynamo hand crank to recharge; 1 min. of cranking provides 10 min. of light. The Goal Zero Torch Solar Crank flashlight includes a 12V adapter for recharging the battery via a vehicle power outlet.


GoalZero Torch Flashlight - Torch Crank Light 23 LED light with solar and crank Powerful LED. Recharge from 12V as well as crank and solar. Comes with a hook for hanging and hands free use. Use the front bulb for focused lighting or the side bulbs for a more broad range of light. Fits in the palm of your hand.

- Massey's Outfitters

Goal Zero Torch Flashlight

previously retailed for:
$23.99 - $39.99

The Goal Zero Torch Flashlight is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 24, 2014 at Moosejaw.

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