Torch 500

$99.95

SKU: GZ90115 Category:

Product Description

The essential multi-function flashlight

The most reliable emergency light for any situation is now waterproof. Featuring an IP67 rating, the new Torch 500 is built to withstand the elements.

Designed for multi-functional use, the Torch boasts 500 lumens of bright LED light dispersed across spotlight and floodlight options.

Recharge from the sun with the built-in solar panel or from any USB source, and charge up your phone in a pinch from the increased 5200 mAh battery.

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Features

Multiple Light Options: Spotlight or Floodlight.

Variable Intensity: High, medium and low.

Waterproof: IP67 rating – up to 1 meter of water for at least 30 minutes.

Recharge Anywhere : Built-in solar panel to recharge from the sun and USB-C input port to charge from any USB source.

Specs

SpecificationData
Lumens500
Weight363 grams
Dimensions22.4 x 11.5 x 5.6 cm
Charge by USB4 hours
Charge by Nomad 10 Solar Panel4 - 6 hours
Charge by built-in panel23-46 hours
Spot light run time38 hours (low), 7 hours (high)
Flood light run time30 hours (low), 8 hours (high)
DeviceCharges
Smartphone1-3
Tablet35% - 1

What's Included

Torch 500 lamp

USB-A to USB-C cable

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