Torch 250

$129.99

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SKU: GZ90110 Category:

Product Description

The essential multi-function flashlight

Get the most reliable emergency LED light for any situation with the Torch 250 Flashlight. Built-in USB charging cable, solar panel and hand crank for bright light anywhere. Red light for emergencies, and USB port to charge your phone.

Features

  • Multiple Light Options for Every Situation Use as a flashlight, floodlight or red emergency light. Save on power with bright and half-bright modes.
  • Stay Connected During an Outage Integrated USB port charges phones and boosts tablets to stay connected. Long-lasting, advanced lithium battery
  • Recharge Anywhere Built-in USB charging cable, solar panel and hand-crank for light anywhere. Durable, rugged construction.

 

Specs

WHAT IT POWERS

DeviceCharges
Smartphone1-3
Tablet35% - 1

ABOUT THE KIT

SpecificationData
Lumens250
Weight408 grams
Dimensions25.4 x 8.9 x 4.5 cm
Charge by USB7 hours
Charge by Nomad 7 Solar Panel7 - 14 hours
Charge by crank1m crank = 2 minutes of light
Spot light run time15 hours (low), 7 hours (high)
Flood light run time48 hours (low), 22 hours (high)

What's Included

  • TORCH 250

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