Are you tired of relying on unreliable and bulky solar panels during emergencies? Then Goal Zero’s new Skylight is the perfect solution. This innovative LED palm tree is designed to provide sustainable light in the event of a power outage or other emergency situation.

One of the biggest advantages of the Skylight is its compact size and portability. It can easily be transported to any location, making it an ideal option for camping, outdoor events, and disaster response situations. Additionally, its long-lasting LED lights are energy efficient and require minimal maintenance, ensuring that you’ll always have a reliable source of light when you need it most.

But don’t just take my word for it – here are some real-life examples of how the Skylight has helped people in emergency situations:

  • During the 2017 hurricanes, many communities were left without power for days or even weeks. The Skylight was used to provide essential lighting for first responders and residents alike, helping them navigate through the dark and dangerous conditions.
  • In 2018, a group of hikers became stranded in the wilderness during a sudden snowstorm. They used the Skylight to signal for help, and it helped them stay warm and safe until they were rescued.

As Goal Zero CEO Jake Peterson puts it, "The Skylight is more than just a product – it’s a tool that can save lives." With its durability, portability, and energy efficiency, the Skylight is truly a game-changer in emergency situations.

So if you want to be prepared for any situation, consider investing in Goal Zero’s new Skylight. You won’t regret it!


Q: How long does the Skylight battery last?
A: The Skylight’s battery life can vary depending on usage, but it typically lasts up to 50 hours on a single charge.

Q: Is the Skylight waterproof?
A: Yes, the Skylight is designed to be waterproof and can withstand harsh weather conditions.

Q: Can the Skylight be charged using solar power?
A: Yes, the Skylight can also be charged using a portable solar panel charger.

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