Goal Zero Flip 20 Recharger

Goal Zero Flip 20 Recharger
Goal Zero Flip 20 Recharger
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Flip 20 Recharger by Goal Zero
Pre-charge the Goal Zero Flip 20 Recharger before setting out on your next adventure for pocket-sized backup power. It has a USB output and input so you can charge it with a USB cable from a wall outlet, computer, or solar panel, and then use it to charge your phone and other small electronics when you're in the field. It fully charges from a USB source in four hours, and it takes about seven to ten hours to charge it if you're already out in the wilderness and using your Goal Zero Nomad 7 Solar Panel to recharge.

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SKU: GZR000R
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