Goal Zero is a company who has been on our radar for quite some time now. Closer to the end of 2018 we took a look at their new Sherpa 100AC Power Bank. But today at CES, the company unveiled two upcoming products that shift the focus towards solving your energy woes at home. The Yeti Tank and Yeti Link enter as new ways to bolster your home power storage system. Hit the jump for a closer look.
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- Rugged, water-resistant shell protects the speaker and your gear
- Juice up the internal lithium battery in 3 hours from USB or sun
- Chainable with other Rock Out version 1 or Rock Out 2 speakers for more sound
- Versatile bungee cord allows for securing the speaker on your ride, belt loop, backpack, etc
Also available, JBL has its Spark Bluetooth Speaker in translucent red or blue for $129.95. Enter coupon code 30SPARK at checkout to bring your final price down to just $30 shipped. That’s the best price we’ve seen by $5. This speaker isn’t portable, but that’s not a problem for anyone looking to add big sound to a office, basement, or patio. The fabric power cable includes an inline control for Bluetooth pairing, volume, and more.
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The GoalZero Torch 250 is the ultimate all-in-one device that’s definitely not for your office.
It has a red LED light for use in any emergency situation, a built-in USB charging cable, a solar panel that works from bright light, a hand crank, and a USB port to charge your phone. With a 250 total lumen output, you’ll be prepared for anything that comes your way.
It has an internal 4,400 mAh battery that will keep the flashlight glowing for about 48 hours on its lowest setting, and there are 3 ways to charge the battery:
USB: By being plugged into a USB power source in about 7 hours.
Hand Crank: 1 minute of cranking can generate about 2 minutes of light.
“The Torch 250 Power Hub and Flashlight is the most versatile, reliable source of power and light for any situation. Boasting a powerful, 4,400 mAh lithium battery, 250 total lumen output, a 1.5A USB port to charge your gear, as well as a built-in solar panel and hand crank, this multi-function flashlight is the only piece of gear you’ll need in an emergency. Built-in USB charging cable, solar panel and hand crank for bright light anywhere. Red light for emergencies, USB port to charge your phone.”
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