I bought it to use on a Grand Canyon river trip. Awesome little speaker. Way louder and with better sound than what my friends were using. I really like being able to stick my…
- Pierre, 10/28/14
Durable,light weight, small but big enough to hold your phone. Love how the bottoms are outside the device too. Also you can connect them together to be even louder than 11!!…
- dustin, 08/03/14
I've used this lantern a couple of times and gotta say that it was a great investment. Its bright when needed but you can also dim the light as needed to save battery. The fac…
- Jairo, 08/16/14
This light look much better in real, smaller in size than the picture though.
Nice for camping, emergencies, and casual use.
It would be great if it had a built-in radio.…
- abdul, 07/19/14
Just got this and went on a trip and it came in useful when I was traveling. Specifically on the plane, I use a lot of my power playing games (newest iPhone) for several hours…
- adam, 01/11/14
I recently ordered this solar panel to supplement my emergency preparedness setup. I have an old Brunton solar panel that I occasionally used but it was limited to only output…
- Andrew, 12/29/13
Took this panel (and Goal Zero's little charger & batteries) on a 3,000mi+ bicycle tour and used it to charge my phone, AA & AAA batts, and both charge & power my little mp3 p…
- Joshua, 05/06/14
This charges great, works well with most small power devices and seems pretty weather resistant.
Here in Colorado the sun shines hard and I can charge my phone as fast as i…
- Andrew, 11/18/14
A bright little light with plenty of utility. Without the cover the firefly casts an even wide angle beam of light, which makes for a handy bright flashlight if you plug the l…
- Jeff, 03/20/14
About Goal Zero
Goal Zero was founded by Robert Workman after spending time in the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo. Robert quickly fell in love with the people and culture there. He wanted to help make the Democratic Republic of Congo a better place by helping to provide the people with reliable, portable energy. Thus, Robert made his first Goal Zero prototype, and the business grew from there.
Goal Zero seeks to equip people seeking to improve their outdoor adventures with the most innovative portable power products available. With items like solar kits, solar panels, solar generators, solar charges, and more, Goal Zero makes great solar powered products that are both easily portable and great for the environment.
Goal Zero is passionate about helping others all around the world. A portion of all Goal Zero purchases go to a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping the Democratic Republic of Congo. The goal is to grow their economy by helping establish businesses and creating jobs. Giving back is always a cool thing to do, and is probably why Goal Zero and Moosejaw get along so well.