If you follow my reviews, you know I’m a geek for backup batteries, flashlights and anything with a solar panel, so when I received a box from Goal Zero with a few of its power products to review, I was in heaven. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1449240174198-2′); }); I’ve previously reviewed a few of Goal Zero’s solar panel and rechargeable battery kits, but this time it sent two gadgets with multiple uses. They’re both very cool. Goal Zero is branching out into the flashlight and lantern business. The Torch 250 is a great utility light to have around the house. You may remember this light from my Christmas gift guide. I liked it so much that I decided a longer review was in order. The Torch 250 ($79.99, goalzero.com) also has a 70-lumen floodlight, which makes it great for lighting up a small area, perhaps under the hood of your car. I used it on trips to my attic. Both flashlight and flood have a high and low setting that cuts the light in half but doubles the run time. The Torch 250 can power the flashlight for seven hours at full power and 15 hours in reduced-power mode. The Torch 250′s battery can also...