Light-a-Life 350

$79.95

SKU: GZ24004 Category:

Product Description

Easy to hang, chain and store! Compactible shade design for broad area light or warm lantern light with high/low settings.
The Light-A-Life 350 is perfect for an outdoor camp or inside a tent.
With built-in carabiner and magnets it’s quick and easy to hang anywhere. Chain with up to 8 lanterns together!
Features convenient cable storage and low power draw for extended runtimes.
Power the Light-A-Life from the Goal Zero Yeti . You can also power the Light-a-Life from a 12V car port using the included adapter.

Features

  • Bright LED light with 350 Lumens, built-in carabiner and magnets so it’s quick to hang anywhere.
  • Adjustable shade design for broad area light or warm lantern light with high/low settings. Perfect for an outdoor camp or inside a tent.
  • Chainable with up to 8 lights. If you own previous the Light-a-Life, they are chainable to this new version.

Specs

SpecificationData
LED High Brightness Lumens:350
LED Low Brightness Lumens:100
Run Time Sherpa 40:8 Hours
Run Times Yeti 200X:37 Hours
Run Times Yeti 500X:100 Hours
Weather Rating:IPX6 Weatherproof
Weight:264g

What's Included

Light-a-Life 350 lantern

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