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You may think you're doing your friends a favor by firing up the generator and burning their retinas with your industrial-size spotlight, but they'd rather you plugged in your Goal Zero Luna LED Light and kept the light to yourself. Lightweight, energy-efficient, and with a flexible neck, this slim and sleek row of ten LEDs gives ample light for your cook, work, or play area without causing a regional blackout or blinding your neighbors. Simply plug it into the USB port of your laptop, Goal Zero Switch 8, or Guide 10 Plus recharger, and behold the power.
- Ten white LEDs put out a total of 0.75W and 25 lumens to light up your work station or camp party with amazing efficiency
- Powered by USB from your laptop or power packs, including a direct plug-in to the Goal Zero Switch 8 or Guide 10 Plus recharger
- Low power draw won't slow down your laptop or hog your recharger energy
- Incredibly light and flexible for anywhere, anytime adjustable and precise positioning and placement
- Item #GZR0029
- Q & A
An Incredible Investment
I just can't say enough good things about this neat little product. It's super bright with a great field of coverage, the head is flexible, the LEDs use next to no power, it can take a beating and it's cheap! I am a big fan of night hiking and this thing gets used far more than my headlamp. I just attach it to a Zippo-sized portable battery (with a USB port), and it lights the way. Just a great product at incredible value that's useful for lighting the trail as well as your tent or bivy sack and probably any other area you can think of. 5 stars isn't enough.
Shed some light on things
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This little usb light is really handy for some light duty work. I use it on my fly tying table for a little extra light right on the vice. Also great for reading or as a little light in the tent so that you don't have to fumble around with your headlamp while you're trying to get into your pj's or play a game of cards.
This thing is pretty awesome. Something that someone asked me, no this does not hold a charge. You need to have it plugged in to your yeti, a goal zero battery source, computer, or really anything that hold a charge with a USB outlet. This thing will light up our entire kitchen with the lights off. Its also great for reading... perhaps a little too bright if you are trying to read with someone sleeping next to you depending on how deep they sleep. This thing is seriously awesome. If I had a tiny house (or rather when i have a tiny house) This would probably light up the whole thing like a bright flashlight. Its also super light and sleek so if you wanted to take it camping you can pack it up easily. It creates pretty sick shadows as well since there are technically multiple lights within this light.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This light is amazeballs. It's super light, small in size and the fact that it uses a usb rather than batteries is pretty nifty. It's my go to light for food prep and reading in the backcountry.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This is a really nice little light. I got it free with my power pot was really happy with how well it worked!
Great little light
Whether reading at home or playing cards in a tent, this little light puts out so much light and lasts forever.
love the simple things
I love simple little things, with no on off switch it literally is plug in and light goes on. Use it with my Goal zero power pack and works great, plugged in to my laptop without it on and no problems. Plan on using it with my biolite stove for food prep and for light while night time photography. very light, but holds position as you flex and move it around. initial impressions are positive.
simple and useful
This is a cool little light. There's no battery or power switch, you just plug it into any usb and the lights go on. Needless to say, this makes it a great addition to anything with power and a usb port, and pretty useless without them. The bendable tube area is interesting...I expected it to be something rubbery, but it's actually metal, like they have on some little ikea lamps. This makes it stay where you put it, which is nice, but I worry a little about the durability, and i feel like I should be careful not to crunch it.
Small, powerful, bright
I have a Guide 10 battery pack/solar panel kit, and the Luna is an awesome addition to it. It throws enough light for reading, cooking, or just hanging out and playing cards. I folded mine into the Guide so it's always there when I want it.
I'd love for someone to post a picture so...
I'd love for someone to post a picture so I can see what the light quality is (diffusion and spread etc).