Goal Zero Luna LED light


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A 10 bulb LED strip with USB port that can be used as a reading lamp at night, or to illuminate a keyboard or to simply illuminate the tent.  It is powered from a laptop USB etc or from battery units from Goal Zero such as the Guide 10. Using LEDs it has a low power draw so that it can run for about 20 hours from fully charged AAs in the Guide 10. Great for use in the tent - collect the power in the day, read by night!

The Luna has a bendable stem that allows the user to direct the light as required.





  • Can be powered from a Guide 10 for about 20 hours
  • Bendable stem
  • lifetime of 20,000 hours use approximately


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