Goal Zero Crush Light Solar Powered Lantern

Apr 5, 2018

Category: Tech

Whether you’re camping or unexpectedly have the power go out in your neighborhood, there is really no excuse to end up going it alone in the dark. Why? Well, because products like Goal Zero’s Crush Light Solar Powered Lantern exist.

This ultra packable lantern features three lighting settings – high at 60 lumens, medium, and low. At its highest setting, it can run for 3 hours straight, and at its lowest, it can run for an incredible 35 hours. In addition to being easy to store in your bag, glove compartment, or drawer, this light is IPX-4 rated – meaning it is tough enough to be set up around your campsite. And speaking of camping, the lantern features a detachable handle making it easy to hang up on a tent pole, backpack, or tree branch. Whether you’re looking for some sustainable camp lighting or an easy-to-store set of emergency lanterns, this may very well be your best bet.

Purchase: $20

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