Goal Zero Chubby LED Flashlight/Lantern
About Goal Zero Chubby LED Flashlight/Lantern
Closeouts. Goal Zero's Chubby LED flashlight/lantern features an innovative design that allows you to switch between a flashlight and lantern with a simple slide.
Specs about Goal Zero Chubby LED Flashlight/Lantern
- Type: Hand Held,Lantern
- Illumination type: LED
- Light output: 60 lumens
- Run time (Low): 10 hours
- Batteries: 3 - AA
- Rechargeable: Yes
- Weight: 8 oz.
- Dimensions (LxDia) 6x3"
- Material: Composite
- Made in China
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by gundrted from Denver, CO on Friday, May 30, 2014First off the description is a little miss-leading. It is NOT rechargeable. Its only rechargeable if you buy rechargeable batteries and charge them separately. You can not recharge batteries in the flashlight. If the description was accurate I would have rated it at 5 stars.
I got this light for my child to use camping and in the house. It works great, seems durable and is very usable by a six year old.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Meeechigan Man from Michigan on Friday, April 18, 2014I have bought three of these. They are average brightness for a high-brightness LED. The large size is an assett when you want something you can really grab. My elderly Mother likes the large diameter for her older hands.
This thing is way too large for camping.
Reviewed by PacNW Mike from PacNW on Saturday, March 29, 2014This is a bright light that works well as a flashlight and a lantern. However it has one major flaw. The hood that slides back and forth to change from spot to lantern won't lock in either position. It continually flops around. A royal PITA. Since I mostly use it as a flashlight I just duck taped it in that position.
Can't recommend it.
Reviewed by Camping Friend from Utah on Thursday, February 27, 2014When I bought the Goal Zero's Chubby LED flashlight/lantern I had to fuss with it to get it to work. I thought maybe it was the batteries, but they tested fine. I use this flash light in my bedroom to make sure I don't step on one of dogs at night.
Reviewed by [...] from Arizona on Saturday, February 15, 2014Clever design, bright light. I hope it's durable
Question & Answer
If you use rechargeable batteries you can recharge this with the right connector.
“How is it rechargeable if it doesn't come with batteries? Does that mean you supply your own AA rechargeable batteries?”
Yes you would need to buy rechargable batteries.