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Goal Zero Lighthouse Micro


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    Space and weight are limited on backpacking trips, so you don't want to lug some bulky lantern into the wilderness. However, you also don't want to count on navigating your ink-black campsite by the light of the stars, either. Perfect for the weight-conscious camper, the pocket-sized, ultralight Goal Zero Lighthouse Micro delivers a nice dose of ambient light to help you illuminate your tent, chop veggies for dinner, check camera settings, and more. It has two- and four-light options, plus there is a dimmer, so you can control the amount of light and conserve battery. When the juice does run out, you can connect it to your Nomad solar panel during the day and have it ready to go again the next night.

    • Compact rechargeable lantern for weight-conscious campers
    • Charges via USB or Goal Zero Nomad solar panels
    • Dimmable, 7-170 hours of run time depending on brightness
    • IPX6 weatherproof for rain and splash resistance
    • Item #GZR001J

    Tech Specs

    Li-ion NMC
    Power Source
    Li-ion NMC
    one side lit, both sides lit
    Burn Time
    [one side lit] 15 - 170 hour, [both sides lit] 7 - 80 hour
    3.66 x 1.5 in
    Claimed Weight
    2.4 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Small, lightweight, rechargeable, inexpensive, & for its compactness.... dude its really bright!! 150 lumens on its max setting & then roughly half that on the low setting. I lived in an off-grid yurt this year so at night I hung this from the ceiling & it would light up the whole place. I was impressed.