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The Goal Zero Lighthouse 600 separates itself from electronic lanterns with multiple charging configurations. One of the coolest features is the ability to use a self-powered crank to charge the lantern when the battery runs out. Just one minute of cranking gives you ten minutes of lighting, which is just enough for performing essential duties after the neighborhood's electricity goes out during a thunderstorm. For off-grid campers and survivalists, the Lighthouse 400 plugs into Goal Zero's solar panels for a truly sustainable energy source.


  • Goal Zero's Lighthouse is brighter than ever before
  • 600 lumens controlled with adjustable brightness and 360-lighting
  • Separate red lighting assists in low-light scenarios
  • USB-rechargeable battery can also charge phones and electronics
  • Grid-free charging with hand crank or solar panels
  • Collapsible legs and built-in carry handle


Tech Specs

Bulbs: 2 x 3W LED

Power Source: Lithium [input] USB: 5V, up to 1A (5W max), regulated [output] USB: 5V, up to 1.5A (7.5W max), regulated

Modes: one side lit, both sides lit

Lumens: 600

Burn Time: [one side lit] (low power) 48hr (high power) 3hr [both sides lit] (low power) 24hr (high power) 2hr

Regulated Voltage: yes

Dimensions: 4.5 x 5 x 6.5in

Claimed Weight: 1lb 1 oz

Recommended Use: backpacking, weekend camping

Goal Zero Lighthouse 600 Lantern

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