Light-A-Life 350 LED Light by Goal Zero

Goal Zero

Lumens: 350Power Output: 4.5W Power from: Sherpa or Yeti Chainable: Yes, up to 8 lightsWeight: 9.3 oz (264 g)

New and improved! Bright LED light with 350 Lumens, and
adjustable shade for lantern or focus light. Plus high/low setting and
integrated cord makes this the perfect light for every adventure.
Multipurpose Light
Adjustable shade design for broad area light or warm lantern light with
high/low settings. Perfect for an outdoor camp or inside a tent.
Easy to Hang, Chain and Store
Built-in carabiner and magnets so it's quick to hang anywhere. Chainable
with up to 8 lanterns. Features convenient cable storage.
Power from Goal Zero Power Packs and Solar Generators
Low-power draw for extended runtimes. Requires a Sherpa Power Pack or Yeti Solar Generator.

Power the Light-A-Life from the Sherpa Power Pack or Goal Zero Yeti
Solar Generator. You can also power the Light-a-Life from a 12V car port
using the included adapter.

Ready for Outdoor Use: Unexpected rainstorms probably won't harm the
light. The Light-A-Life has been engineered to withstand the elements,
including rain and snow. Although it's tough enough to withstand a
storm, the Light-a-Life should not be submerged in water and all
ports/plugs should be dry before turning on or chaining.


You can chain up to 8 Light-a-Lifes together. Ensure each light is
turned on prior to hanging. This allows you to turn the entire string
on/off by controlling the first light in the series. If you own the
previous Light-a-Life, they are chainable to this new version.

Warning: While in use, the metal neck of the Light-a-Life will become
hot to the touch. It is still safe to wrap the cable around the metal
neck while in use.

Area Light: For broad, bright light, use the
Light-a-Life in its area light mode. This is a great mode for outdoor
use and how the Light-a-Life is shipped in packaging.

Lantern Light: For soft, ambient light, use the Light-a-Life in its lantern mode. This is a great mode for indoor use.


Collections: CITY KID, GOAL ZERO


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