The brightest lantern available in the Goal Zero range, this lantern has the added bonus of being able to recharge your phone – perfect for when the grid is out, or when you’re out and about on your outdoor adventures.
With 400 lumens of light, you can use this lantern in a blackout, or to illuminate your tent as its dimmable and offers a turbo setting. You’ve got three options for recharging the internal battery of this lantern – a USB port, a separate compatible solar panel, and in an emergency -you can use the hand crank which generates 10 minutes of light on low for every 1 minute of cranking.
You can also charge your phone or give your tablet a boost when you need to. The collapsible legs and carry handle allow you to stand this light on the floor, hang it up over your head and even fold them up when it’s ready to go back in storage. The Lighthouse 400 is all you’ll need to keep your devices powered, and to light up your tent in the dark on your next outdoor adventure.
A great light one charge lasted easily 2 nights camping lithium battery will probably last a long time but doesn’t appear to be replaceable so the whole thing will end up on the scrap heap!
What sold me was the dimmable light switch and ability to have 1 side illuminated (1/2) or 2 sides illuminated (full). I have used this on 1 overnight camp and so far really impressed. The dimmable light switch is perfect for making the light comfortable yet energy efficient, be rest assured this is a bright light you won't want it on full brightness all the time which means longer battery life!. The stand is very study and while it may look like it won't stand up well on uneven surfaces this is not the case in practice. I can definitely say this lantern is well worth the money and it lives up to the promises it makes.
Hey just wondering if Lighthouse 400 Lantern & USB Hub is water proof?
Having a bit of a look at the Goal Zero Lighthouse 400 Lantern & USB Hub, there's no sign at all that it's waterproof and the USB port is exposed which leads me to believe that it isn't given any sort of waterproof rating.
Is it a quality light, say compared to a Coleman?
The Goal Zero Lighthouse 400 Lantern & USB Hub is a great little lamp, especially in comparison with the Coleman alternative. As for the solar panels. We do sell the Goal Zero Nomad 7 Solar Panels.
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