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Goal Zero Lighthouse Mini Lantern Review – A Small
Multi-function Rechargeable Lantern
March 27, 2018
Goal Zero Lighthouse Mini Lantern Review
The Lighthouse Mini Lantern is a small
rechargeable lantern from Goal Zero. It fits in
the palm of the hand, has a host of ways to
hang it and attach it to almost any surface,
and can provide a decent amount of light for
500 hours off of one charge.
Add in an extra Goal Zero 18650 Battery and
you have 1000 hours of light before you need
to recharge a battery.
Goal Zero Lighthouse Mini Lantern
Lasts up to 500 hours on low settings!
Can charge other USB powered items through the integrated USB port
Removable battery allows you to have a fully charged battery in reserve
Pairs easily with other Goal Zero products
Takes a while to charge
Exposed USB ports limit resistance to the elements
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Who Should be Interested in the Goal Zero Lighthouse Mini Lantern?
The Goal Zero Lighthouse Mini Lantern is perfect for camping or placement in an emergency
kit in case the lights go out. You could put one in a bug out bag, but there are probably better
lights for an application like that.
Goal Zero Lighthouse Mini with legs extended.
The Goal Zero Lighthouse Mini Lantern is packed full of features for a lantern this small. A
majority of the lantern is constructed of plastic, the legs and top hook are metal.
A Goal Zero 18650 Battery provides the lantern with its power. The 3000 mAh provided be the
battery isn’t the best but it features over charge, over discharge, overheating and shorting
The Lighthouse can be used on its lowest setting with half of the lantern lit for up to 500 hours
while throwing between 20 and 30 lumens. At max brightness, with one side lit, it throws 210
lumens for 7 or 8 hours on a single charge. If both sides are lit it will last for about 4 hours on
Goal Zero Lighthouse Mini with legs folded.
Charging time from a USB source runs around 4 hours from fully discharged to a full charge. If
you attach it to a Goal Zero Nomad 7 the battery will charge in 4-8 hours depending on how
much sunlight is on the panel.
What really sets the Lighthouse Mini Lantern apart is its integrated USB cable for charging the
battery and the 1 Amp USB port on the front that can use its battery to fully charge your phone.
The integrated USB cable also makes it easy to charge from any USB port and ensures that
you’ll never lose the cable.
Another great feature of the lantern is its many attachment points. The legs can unfold to give
it some height off the surface that it’s sitting on. You can also use the legs as a handle to carry
it like a traditional lantern and shine the light ahead of you.
The Goal Zero Lighthouse Mini attached to the Nomad 10 Kit.
The Goal Zero Lighthouse Mini with top hook extended.
There is also a metal hook and a carabiner slot on the top of the lantern.
The base of the lantern has a threaded hole to allow it to be attached to a tripod and a small
but powerful magnet that can support the weight of the lantern at any angle. I actually have a
friend that uses this lantern as a light while working on his car. He just sticks it under the hood
where ever he needs light.
The battery has positive and negative connections on both ends. This makes it easy to stick in
a device but also make it proprietary to Goal Zero devices.
With exposed USB ports, it’s also not the most protected from the elements.
The Goal Zero Lighthouse Mini Lantern is almost in a class by itself when you add in all of the
little extras this thing has. Once again, Goal Zero did a great job of providing a multi-function
rechargeable device that really sets itself apart from its competitors.
Be sure to check out our review of the Goal Zero Torch 250 before you take off.
Looking for more gear reviews? You can always find more on our gear review page.