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It's a new era of outdoor civilization.
The burly, sun-wrangling Goal Zero Boulder Solar Panel comes in 15 or 30 watt models to accommodate all your power needs. Whether it's pumping out the tunes at basecamp or charging up your Goal Zero power pack on a multi-day car-camping trip, this aluminum and tempered glass panel will yield plenty of natural, clean, and efficient power. Pair the 15 with the Goal Zero Escape 150 Power Pack or the 30 with the Extreme 350 Power Pack (power packs not included) to stash that power for nighttime use.
- State-of-the-art monocrystalline technology in Boulder panels deliver more power per square inch than any other solar technology available
- Sunlight yields an ample 14-16V (15 or 30 watts) output for powering your electronic needs or recharging a power pack, whether at camp or entertaining outdoors
- Aluminum and tempered glass combine for bomber construction of this solar-power catcher
- Chainable for powering big spreads at basecamp or multi-party car-camping site
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How much are the 30 watt panels? I only...
How much are the 30 watt panels? I only see the 15 watt model here. Thanks.
Currently we only have the 15 watt model in stock so we do not have a current price for the 30 watt panels.
Goats got the POWah!
BC took an array of Boulder panels to charge up our Yeti 1250 power pack while sponsoring a biking event down south. It was an utter success. Even during a cloudy day, the panels were still picking up some wattage. We had an AMAZING time, and these panels powered 2 iMac computers, a boatload of cell phones and 1 huge tune box.
If you need serious power - this is a legit setup.
How durable are these solar panels? They...
How durable are these solar panels? They look like they are made with glass, and I don't want to risk having them break easily in the rugged places I use them. Thanks!
These solar panels are somewhat durable , however they won't take a ton of abuse. This model is definately for something like an RV or camper where you can store them somewhere safely, however other models like the Goal Zero Guide 10 are a bit more rugged and packable. I've had mine for over a year and haven't had a problem.I just make sure when packing that it's not going to get bent/crushed. But I have crammed it into some pretty full packs and it hasn't been any worse for the wear.Hope this helps.
Solar life in the camper
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Thanks to these boulder solar panels and the GZ guardian 12V charger, we can now charge up the camper without burning gas in the generator. This is next level for living on the road! It feels good to harness clean energy from the sun in contrast to burning nasty petrol. It just feels good! No longer have to listen to the noisy generator or worry about running out of gas, the sun will always shine tomorrow…
Sun Valley Trekking uses the Boulder 30
Getting work done!
Even in the boonies I can file some work for the office. Using two Boulder 15s and an Extreme 350