Goal Zero Bolt LED Flashlight - USB Rechargeable

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About Goal Zero Bolt LED Flashlight - USB Rechargeable

Closeouts. Goal Zero's Bolt LED flashlight has a tough aluminum body and produces a bright and adjustable beam. It can be charged with a standard AC wall charger or through a USB port.

Specs about Goal Zero Bolt LED Flashlight - USB Rechargeable

  • Type: Hand Held
  • Illumination type: LED
  • Light output: 160 lumens
  • Run time (High): 3 hours30 min
  • Light modes: High
  • Batteries: Lithium-ion 18650, 3.7V, 2Ah (7.4 Wh)
  • Batteries included: Yes
  • Rechargeable: Yes
  • Weight: 6 oz.
  • Dimensions (LxDia) 6-1/2x1-1/2"
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Made in China
  • US shipments only

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by John the Biker from Iowa on Friday, December 19, 2014
Love this puppy, fast charging, nice size and convenient with the usb port.
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  • Question “Does this use Protected or Unprotected 18650 batteries?”

    Asked on 12/26/2014 5:43:01 AM by Bill from Oklahoma
    • Answer Sorry I do not know, but will try to find out
      Answered on 12/26/2014 11:49:50 AM by Baggy Britches from Washington
    • Answer no batteries, you recharge it by plugging it into an electric outlet with the charging cable that comes with it. Works very well.
      Answered on 12/26/2014 4:00:33 PM by GymRat from Wisconsin
    • Answer The Bolt comes with its own protected battery. However I do use unprotected in it as well. and there seems to be no problem.
      Answered on 12/26/2014 6:52:57 PM by Rob from Utah
      Answered on 2/3/2015 4:45:31 PM by WOODCHOPPER from SC