Goal Zero Luna Touch

Goal Zero Luna Touch
Goal Zero Luna Touch
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Luna Touch by Goal Zero
Keep the Luna Touch close to your Goal Zero battery whenever you're camping because it will come in handy at night. Plug this handy little light into the battery's USB port, and let the ten LEDs brighten up maps, books, dinner, card games, and more. You can also use it at home to brighten up your laptop's keyboard or the reading space next to your computer during critical study sessions.

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SKU: GZR003C
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