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Goal Zero USB Power Hub - Torch 250 LED Flashlight

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    Power Hub with flashlight, lantern, red emergency light, hand crank, solar panel, all built into one great package for emergencies, camping, cabin, RV, boat, or just around the house. Charge the light or your cell phone with the built-in power hub.

    Goal Zero Torch 250 Product Description

    This newly engineered light product addressed most emergency and outdoor lighting concerns. The perfect light for your car, cabin, RV, boat, or home. In todays world of uncertainty, power outages, storms, and other events that upset our daily life, it is nice to have a few good tools that you can depend upon. Having light and power for emergency cell phone calls is towards the top of the list. Don't get caught without anything to help you through an emergency.

    Power Hub

    You can never have enough power in an emergency or out in the wilds. The new Goal Zero Torch 250 has a built-in power hub that lets you charge a cellphone, iPod, or other small electrical device with the built-in USB port at the end of the unit. You can recharge the Torch 250 three different ways;

    • Plug it into any USB port.
    • Use the built-in hand crank.
    • Use the built-in solar panel

    Light Control & USB Port

    On the end of the Torch 250 are the buttons to control the flashlight, lamp, and emergency light. The USB port to charge your cellphone is also located here. The flashlight, and lamp each have a separate button. Press them once and get the bright setting, press it again and get a dimmer setting to conserve energy. The emergency red light also has two settings; solid red and blinking red. Everything easy and at your finger tips. There is a USB cable that tucks neatly away on the side of the Torch 250 that is used to charge the unit from any USB port.

    Flashlight and Lamp

    The flashlight and lamp are positioned in just the right spots. The flashlight is at the end of the unit along with the emergency red lights allowing the Torch 250 to be used like any ordinary flashlight. The lamp is located on the top, in the middle of the Torch 250 allowing your to hold the unit or set it down and still operate the lamp. Both the flashlight and lamp can be turned on and off separately or they can both be used together.

    Built-in Solar Panel, Hand Crank & Hook

    Now for the nice stuff. The Torch 250 has a built-in solar panel and hook. You can lay the Torch 250 down on a window sill, on a sunny rock, or where ever and charge the unit with sunlight. If you don't have any sunlight or are in a dark basement or tent, no problem. The hand crank is there anytime and with just a few minutes of cranking you have light or some power in the power hub to charge your cell phone.

    There is also a handy double hook that folds out from the unit that allows you to hang the Torch 250 on a line, branch, or under the hood of your vehicle.

    Charge Time USB:
    7 hours
    Charge Time Built-in Solar:
    23-46 hours
    Charge Time Nomad 7:
    7-14 hours
    Run Time Spot Light:
    15 hours (low) 7 hours (hight)
    Run Time Flood Light:
    48 hours (low) 22 hours (high)
    Hand Crank:
    2.2 W (cranking@120 RPM) 1 min of crank = 2 min of light
    Battery Cell Type:
    Battery Cell Capacity:
    16.3 Wh (3.7V, 4400mAh)
    USB Port (output):
    5V, up to 1.5A (7.5W max), regulated
    USB Port (input):
    5V, up to 1A (5W max)
    Spot Light:
    180 Lumens
    Flood Light:
    70 Lumens
    LED Output:
    250 Lumens (warm white Cree LED's)
    14.4 oz (408 g)
    10 x 3.5 x 1.75 in (25.4 x 8.9 x 4.5 cm)
    Hand Crank:
    Goal Zero: Lighthouse 250 Lantern (00:19)
    The Lighthouse 250 is the worlds raddest lantern. We may be biased in saying that so we'll let you be the judge. Check out the features -DuaLiteā„¢ Directional Lighting, which means it can light the trail in front of you and not blind you at the same time. -Adjust brightness levels and direction to save on power. Run time is from 2 hours (Turbo mode, its like a mini sun) all the way to 48 hours (enough to light up the camp site). -Power up from Goal Zero solar panels, plug into any USB, or turn the crank handle to recharge. -Built-in USB port. Yes we said Built In! You can charge your phone, tablet or any USB rechargeable gear. Visit http://www.goalzero.com/shop/p/180/lighthouse-250-lantern/28:2 to learn more.
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