Goal Zero Lighthouse Micro Flash USB Rechargeable Lantern

150 Lumens max. output / 7 - 170 hrs max. battery life / Li-ion NMC Rechargeable Battery
Weighs 68g
Code: SS171304
  • £27.99
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UOG TOP PICK - Goal Zero's Lighthouse Micro Flash USB Rechargeable Lantern - Light, bright and multi-functional - We've singled out Goal Zero's Lighthouse Micro Flash USB Rechargeable Lantern as one of our top recommendations because it's both a lantern and flashlight all-in-one and offers a high light output of 150 lumens in such a lightweight and compact package. Not very expensive for such a handy travel piece. 

The Goal Zero Lighthouse Micro Flash is a weatherproof, handheld USB rechargeable lantern and flashlight. Pairs perfectly with the Goal Zero Nomad solar panels for additional charging options.

Goal Zero says:

The same bright features as the Lighthouse Micro with an additional 120 lumen dimmable flashlight built-in. Pairs perfectly with Goal Zero Nomad Solar Panels.

There are 2 ways to charge the Lighthouse Micro Flash:

  • The Sun - The Lighthouse Micro Flash can be charged by connecting a compatible solar panel. The Nomad 7 Solar Panel can charge the Lighthouse Micro Flash in about 3.5 hours
  • USB - The Lighthouse Micro Flash Lantern can also be charged by being plugged into a USB power source.

Goal Zero's Lighthouse Micro Flash USB Rechargeable Lantern may be small but it definitely creates a big impact. 150 lumens worth! It's basically the same as the Lighthouse Micro USB Rechargeable Lantern but with an additional 120 lumen flashlight.

It can be recharged via a USB port or a solar panel and is incredibly compact and lightweight so can be stored in any small pocket.

This little lantern boasts a weatherproof design and is the perfect companion for the weight-conscious adventurer.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

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UOG TOP PICK - Goal Zero's Lighthouse Micro Flash USB Rechargeable Lantern - Light, bright and multi-functional - We've singled out Goal Zero's Lighthouse Micro Flash USB Rechargeable Lantern as one of our top recommendations because it's both a lantern and flashlight all-in-one and offers a high light output of 150 lumens in such a lightweight and compact package. Not very expensive for such a handy travel piece.

 

  • Dimmable 150 lumen lantern with high and low settings
  • Built in dimmable 120 lumen flashlight
  • Rechargeable from USB or solar panel
  • Weatherproof IPX6 rating

General

  • Weight: 68g
  • Dimensions: 3.66 x 1.5 in (93 x 37.75mm)

Charge times

  • Goal Zero Nomad 7: 3.5 hours
  • USB Source: 3.5 Hours

Run times

  • Flashlight: 100 hours (low), 8.5 hours (high)
  • One side lit: 170 hours (low), 15 hours (high)
  • Both sides lit: 80 hours (low), 7 hours (high)

Light

  • Full Bright, 4 Lights (Average): 135 Lumens, 3800K
  • Dimmest, 2 Lights (Average): 7 Lumens, 3800K
  • Flashlight, Bright (Average): 115 Lumens, 3000K
  • Flashlight, Dim (Average): 15 Lumens, 3000K
  • Full Bright, 4 Lights (Full Battery): 150 Lumens, 3800K
  • Dimmest, 2 Lights (Full Battery): 10 Lumens, 3800K
  • Flashlight, Bright (Full Battery): 120 Lumens, 3000K
  • Flashlight, Dim (Full Battery): 20 Lumens, 3000K

Battery

  • Cell Chemistry: Li-on NMC
  • Cell Type: 18650 by LG chem/Samsung
  • Cell Capacity: 9.62 Wh (3.7V, 2600mAh)
  • Lifecycles: hundreds of cycles
  • Shelf Life: Keep plugged in, or charge every 3-6 months

Ports

  • USB port (input): 5V, up to 1A (5W max
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Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
September 20, 2018 | croos
Good stuff

Well, I had read glowing reviews of this lantern, but expected to be a little disappointed. But I'm not. The lantern is really good. I lights up a small room well enough to be able to read shorter texts. The light temperature is nice and natural, not the cold blue type. I'm sure the lantern will work very well in a tent and is bright enough to lighten the immediate surroundings outdoors, for cooking and such. It works as reading light (now I'm talking about reading a novel for a longer time without straining your eyes) if you place it relatively close to the book. My favourite feature is important, that you can turn off half of the diodes so the lantern emits light on only one side. No risk of it shining in your eyes. The flashlight feature is so-so, but it's good enough to light your way. Since it adds very little to the price and nothing to the weight I still think it's good to have.

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