You have the power. Use it wisely.
- Nomad 13.5 solar panel charges the Sherpa 50 battery pack completely in approximately 6-10 hours of full sunlight
- Solar array collects and converts up to 13.5 watts of power from the sun
- Solar array's foldable design makes it easier to fit into a pack
- Weather-resistant construction for worry-free backcountry operation
- Solar array's built-in pocket helps protect your small device during charging
- Sherpa power pack lets you charge devices using USB, 12V, and AC (with inverter, sold separately) outputs
- Power pack can run an average laptop for 1-3 hours, cell phones for 15+ hours
- Lithium ion battery designed to last up to 8 years before needing replacement
- Battery can recharge from Nomad solar panels, wall adapter (AC), or car charger(12V)
- Optimal operating temperatures: 32°-104°F (0°-40°C)
- Optimal storage temperatures: 32°-86°F (0°-30°C)
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Goal Zero actually works!
I have tried several solar chargers in the past and was always disappointed with their performance. This Goal Zero product has figured it out! Our group used it on a recent expedition to Nepal and it worked flawlessly to charge our iphones and laptops. See my full review at:
A must have for everyone
This setup is great for adventurers, campers, and for emergency kits. I have a number of Goal Zero products and aside from the Guide 10 AA battery system, this batter gets the most use. It's light enough to pack along with you for charging phone, ipod, GPS, but pair it with the Estrella lights and you have plenty of light for your camp too. I use the batter and several daisy chained lights whenever I go ice climbing.
The solar panels are awesome. Best collectors in the business. Great to strap on motorcycle luggage for charging on the go, or to set up at camp or base of the crag for keeping electronics charged up.