The Goal Zero Torch Hand Crank Solar Flashlight takes eco-friendly LED technology and makes it as reliable as your adventures require. The flashlight/floodlight combo can be powered by its built in solar panel, ac/dc input, or a hand crank. As versatile as your lifestyle, this solar flashlight by Goal Zero has a comfortable grip handle and a hands free hook.
Be prepared for a power outage, keep one in your car, or bring it on your next camping trip. With no need for batteries, energy efficient LED lights, and multiple charging options, this flashlight will provide light when and where you need it most.
This product is shipped from one of our warehouses in Northern California. Orders placed after 12 p.m. will typically ship the following business day. Click here to see an estimate of our delivery times with standard FedEx Ground shipping.
Returns & Replacements
Regularly stocked, non-special-ordered, and non-custom-built items can be returned for a refund within 30 days of receipt if unused and in original packaging. Returns of solar panels, inverters or other large ticket items will incur a re-stocking fee of up to 30%. Freight shipping is non-refundable.
For more, please read our full return policy.
I am surprised at the other review. I love my Goal Zero flashlight. I was going thru batteries like crazy, a set a night depending on which flashlight I was using. Got my first Goal Zero during a display at Costco (same price as Real goods sells them). I leave it on the dash of my truck to recharge during the day so it is ready for my nighttime ranch work. I am off grid so it is my sole source of light at night. It is a bit bulky in my hand when dealing with a wheelbarrow, but I used the loop to hook into a lanyard around my neck. It has even survived being dropped in water troughs. I called the company after the first occurrence to see if I needed to remove or dry out the battery. They said it should be fine since water resistant, and it was. I love the two types of light, flashlight mode or the larger bank of LEDs that I call reading mode. I was always draining my truck battery by using the dome light to read at night. The Goal Zero put an end to that. I purchased another solar flashlight with a round body thinking it would be easier to hold, but its light isn't as bright and it takes longer to recharge in the sun. After two years of use I finally had to use the hand crank due to the overcast rainy weather and my truck being parked in the shade. I bought a second Goal Zero to put in my Faraday cage just in case.
I LOVE this flashlight !!!, 12/9/2014
Crank has tiny knob, only 3/8", very hard to hold onto, why? Solar panel will not stay in angled position and must be fully upright or flat. Light is so-so, never gets very bright. Goal Zero, a strangely appropriate name, has been plagued by manufacturing defects and inconsistencies.
Hard cranky solar dimlight, 10/29/2013
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