Goal Zero Crush Light

Goal Zero Crush Light
Goal Zero Crush Light
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Crush Light by Goal Zero
Whether you're just out camping for the weekend or you've taken on a great backpacking adventure, you won't have to worry about running out of batteries with the Goal Zero Crush Light. This pop-up silicon lantern packs the light of 60 lumens all powered by the sun. Recharge the Crush via USB port before you hit the trails or recharge with the built in solar panel while you're out in the wild to light up the night wherever you are.

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SKU: GZR004I
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