Goal Zero Flip 36 Recharger

Goal Zero Flip 36 Recharger
Goal Zero Flip 36 Recharger
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Flip 36 Recharger by Goal Zero
Compact and travel-ready, the Goal Zero Flip 36 Recharger is the convenient way to keep your device powered on-the-go. The Flip 36 holds enough power to charge your smartphone three times, or even fully charge your tablet. It pairs easily with a wall outlet or a variety of solar panels, meaning you can recharge it whether you're on or off the grid.

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SKU: GZR0050
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