Goal Zero, a leading solar and portable power solutions manufacturer based in Utah, announced a suite of new products aimed at enhancing consumers experiences in the outdoors or emergency preparedness.
“Providing people with the increasingly important access to personal power wherever they are has been at the heart of Goal Zero’s mission since day one,” said Bill Harmon, general manager at Goal Zero. “These new products build on that mission and will enhance and make possible our customers’ experiences whether that be camping or ensuring they are ready for an unexpected emergency.”
Available beginning in Fall 2020, the new 500 is an upgrade from Goal Zero’s Torch 250. Already a versatile lighting tool that’s handy in an electrical outage, emergency, or in the outdoors — Goal Zero claims that the new Torch 500 is even more rugged so it can weather the elements. It features an IP67 rating, and 500 lumens of LED light in both spotlight and floodlight modes. Just as the previous Torch, the 500 can recharge using its built-in solar panel. Additionally, the Torch 500 can charge via any USB-C source, and can charge your phone in a pinch from its 5200 mAh battery. MSRP $49.95 — available this September.
Goal Zero’s best-selling lantern now shines at 600 lumens, up from its predecessor’s 400. The Lighthouse still features collapsible legs, a built-in handle, and a rechargeable 5200 mAh lithium battery. The Lighthouse 600 also provides adjustable LED lighting and is fully rechargeable via any USB port, via Goal Zero solar panel, or you can use the built-in hand crank to charge it in a pinch. MSRP $69.95 — available September 15, 2020.
Ranger 300 Briefcase
The newest addition to Goal Zero’s lineup of solar panels is the Ranger Solar Panel series. Kicking off
with the Ranger 300 Briefcase, this new lightweight, large solar panel series lets you harness more power from the sun while still maintaining portability to easily transport it from place to place. Designed with ETFE polymer instead of glass and a thinner aluminum frame, the Ranger 300 Briefcase sheds five pounds from the Boulder 200 Briefcase and packs down to nearly the same size. The Ranger’s 300 watts of solar lets you charge power stations faster than ever before so you can keep power-hungry devices and appliances running off-grid for days. Available October 15, 2020 — MSRP $699.95
Goal Zero’s portable, foldable Nomad 200 panel provides up to 200 watts of solar to keep a Yeti Power Station charged, and devices running for days. The Nomad 200 features four legs to adjust and secure the panel during charging and loops for hanging applications. Its built-in APP charging cable will integrate with Goal Zero Yeti Power Stations and stows away in the built-in mesh case. MSRP $599.95 — available September 15.
The Torch 500 ($49.95), Lighthouse 600 ($69.95) and Nomad 200 ($599.95), will be available starting September 15, and the Ranger 300 Briefcase ($699.95) will be available starting October 15, on GoalZero.com, Amazon.com and at select retailers.
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