I went camping with this lantern this weekend and it held up very well. The lanterns compact size made it great for saving room in my pack and it was really bright. I also like how I could charge my... Show More. phone with it.
- Benefits & Description
Benefits & DescriptionCharge Your Devices | 250 Lumens | Dynamo & USB Charged
• Always Have Light
Charge up using dynamo crank, Goal Zero solar panels, or plug into any USB. 1 minute of crank = 10 minutes of light. • 250 Lumens of Light
Three power settings: low, high, and turbo. You can also focus the light into 180° or 360°. • Charge Your Devices
Unlike other lanterns, the Lighthouse 250 will charge your cell phone, camera, gps, and other devices. • A Brand You Can Trust
Goal Zero products have been proven worthy to take on any adventure or task you may encounter. The Goal Zero Lighthouse 250 is the ultimate all-in-one lantern to get the job done right. The lantern can be charged using three different methods: dynamo crank, any USB plug, or Goal Zero solar panels. 1 minute of using the dynamo crank produces 10 minutes of light. Using the Goal Zero Nomad 7 solar panel, the lantern only takes 7-14 hours to fully charge. To make it even better, the Lantern can also charge your other devices such as your cell phone, camera, gps, ipad, and more. Talk about useful!
Producing up to 250 lumens with 3 different power settings, you can get up to 48 hours of run time from the Lighthouse 250. The lantern has DualLite directional lighting which allows you to power only one side of the lantern giving you 180° of light for walking on a trail, or you can power 360° to light up your entire campsite or tent.
- Goal Zero Nomad 7: 7-14 hours
- USB Source: 7 Hours
- One side lit: 48 hours (low), 12 hours (high), 5 hours (turbo)
- Both sides lit: 24 hours (low), 6 hours (high), 2.5 hours (turbo)
- Hand Crank: 2.2W (cranking at 120 RPM), 1 minute of crank = 10 minutes of light
- LED (output): 2 x 3W, warm white CREE
- LED, 250 Lumens
- USB port (output): 5V, up to 1.5A (7.5W max), regulated
- USB port (input): 5V, up to 1A (5W max)Battery:
- Cell Type: Li-NMC
- Cell Capacity: 16.3 Wh (3.7V, 4400mAh)
- Lifecycles: hundreds of cycles
- Shelf Life: Keep plugged in, or charge every 3-6 months
- Management Systems: Charging and low-battery protection built-in
- Chainable: No
- Weight: 1.1 lbs (498 g)
- Dimensions: 4.5" x 5" x 6.6"
- Certs: CE, FCC, ROHS
- Warranty 12 months
- What's In-the-Box?
What's In-the-Box?Light & Communication (1 Lantern):
(1) Goal Zero Lighthouse 250
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: LC0074 Supply Duration: Indefinite Estimated Shelf Life: Indefinite Brand: GOALØ Dimensions (LxWxH): 4.5 x 5 x 6.6 Features and Functions: Lantern, Light Power/Fuel Source: Computer USB, Dynamo/Crank Light Source: L.E.D.
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- I went camping with this lantern this weekend and it held up very well. The lanterns compact size made it great for saving room in my pack and it was really bright. I also like how I could charge my phone with it.
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