Goal Zero Batteries and Adapter - 4-Pack

Goal Zero  Batteries and Adapter - 4-Pack
Goal Zero Batteries and Adapter - 4-Pack
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Batteries and Adapter - 4-Pack by Goal Zero
Instead of hauling a bucket of batteries into the backcountry, just bring the Goal Zero Batteries and Adapter 4-Pack and the Guide 10 Plus recharger instead. These batteries are rechargable so you can keep using them over and over again, and they have a low-self discharge so you can forget about them in your closet for up to 12 months before they begin to lose power.

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SKU: GZR001U
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