- Benefits & Description
Benefits & DescriptionWith the Goal Zero Spot you can enjoy a portable and lightweight flashlight that offers a built in rechargeable battery. With a soft grip coating with a trigger on/off button you'll enjoy the comfort of having bright light on demand.
The Goal Zero Spot offers a bright 150 lumen light that can run for 3 hours! If you are in a bind and the Spot battery dies, don't worry because you have a variety of different ways that you can charge the Goal Zero Spot. First of you can use a goal zero solar panel (not include) like the Nomad 7. You can use the provided adapter and charge from a car or use any USB power source.
Where could you use the Goal Zero Spot? You can keep it in your 72 hour kit, your glove box, your tool box and in any location that you might need a bright light. Have the peace of mind knowing that you won't be in the dark no more with the Goal Zero Spot light!
- What's in the Box?
What's In-the-Box?Emergency Power:(1) Spot USB Flashlight
(1) USB to mini adapter cable
(1) Cigarette to USB adapter
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: GB0054 Array: GOALØ Dimensions (LxWxH): 6.5 x 3.2 x 6.5 in Input Sources: AC Wall Charger, DC 12V, DC Solar Panels Output Sources: DC 12V (Barrel Tip), USB Battery Type: No
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