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Goal Zero Venture 30 Recharger

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    Go further off the grid.

    The Goal Zero Venture 30 Recharger allows you to keep your cameras, phone, and tablet powered up as you explore further into more remote locations. Its weatherproof design shines in the wilds, so you can hike along rainy coastlines and temperate rain forests without stressing too much about your power source. The Venture 30 is solar ready, which means it will recharge quickly from any Goal Zero Nomad solar panel. When you are on the grid, it will recharge from any USB port. Dual 2.4A USB ports allow you to charge two devices at the same time. 

    • 7,800MAH recharger
    • Weatherproof design
    • Solar Ready (charges from any Nomad solar panel or USB port)
    • Built-in micro USB tip
    • Dual 2.4A USB ports
    • Compatible with Apple, Android, and Windows devices
    • Not chainable
    • Item #GZR000N

    Tech Specs

    Battery Type
    LG-chem/Samsung li-ion (NMC)
    Capacity
    29 Wh
    Charge Time
    [Goal Zero Nomad 7 solar panel] 8 - 12 hours, [Goal Zero Nomad 13 solar panel] 6 - 12 hours, [Goal Zero Nomad 20 solar panel] 5 - 6 hours, [USB source (2A)] 5 hours
    Input
    5V USB-micro port, up to 2.1A
    Output
    5V USB, up to 2.4A
    Chainable
    no
    Dimensions
    4.5 x 3.25 x 1 in
    Claimed Weight
    8.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, backpacking, photography
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Durable Charger

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've used this charger now for a few years. It works very well under all conditions. I can usually get 2-3 charges out of it from 0% to 100%. Love the attached charging cables and ease of use.

    this is terrible

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is the most overpriced battery charger that i have ever used. I have had it for about a year now and it barely charges my phone once before its dead. You can get 3 anker batteries that will charge the phone multiple times (and they charge about 2x as fast) for the same price as this. The anker batteries will also recharge using goal zero panels.

    Will keep you powered

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    On extended trips where your phone is your GPS, Camera, and Emergency notification, its essential that it will always be charged. This is ideal for 3-5 day trips and will fully charge my phone 3 times. I wouldn't leave home without extra power, and Goal Zero as always has done a fabulous job here

    Bombproof power

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love my Goal Zero Venture 30 kit. It has the ability to recharge any electronic device that I may be talking with me quickly and fully. At 7800 mAh, I can get 3 full charges of my phone on one charge of the Venture 30. For most weekend trips I leave the solar panel at home and just take the battery. On longer outings, the solar panel is great at topping off any juice you use out of the battery. A couple of the features that I have found to be really convenient are the Smart Charge feature that allows you to customize the output for each of the two 2.4 amp outputs to get the fastest charge for your specific device and the fact that it is waterproof. While I wouldn't go swimming with it, I never worry about putting it in a separate container or if the rain decides to start while I'm out with it. The built in micro USB cable is a nice addition and works great for everything except Samsung phones with the charging port cover. Due to the way this opens and the direction of the micro USB in the cord, they just don't quite fit. If you own a Galaxy phone you'll probably want to bring a regular cord. Other than that, the Venture 30 has been a perfect companion for all my off grid adventures.

    Lifesaver

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I needed something to keep a Delorme Explorer powered up for a long multi-day run through the High Sierra. I relied very heavily on the Delorme and my iPhone to navigate and communicate with crew. Without the recharge we would have been up that proverbial creek. The Venture 30 was not the lightest recharger I could find, but it was the most durable and weather resistant. It powered each device twice and still had a little juice left over. In all I got 7 days of use of the devices from the power of the Venture 30 with no additional charging to it once we hit the trail.

    Since the big trip I have found it to be very useful to power everything from headphones, speakers, go pro's and many other things. It is very reliable and handy. I have a Nomad 13 that I have used to recharge the Venture with a few times and that works very well. It was well worth the purchase and will be on every long adventure where a recharge will be needed.

    Perfect addition to the Solar 7

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This is the perfect addition to the Nomad Solar 7 panel. The 2 pieces together kept our tunes flowing throughout our trip while we were out of cell service range.

    Perfect for a small trip.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I usually pack one of these on every small weekend-week long trip I go on. You get 2 charges on most phones and it also charges things likemy Kindle, ipod, and headlamps/ bike lights.

    Side Note - When the battery runs out of juice (use left button next to light bulbs to find out how much is left) it will suck the power from whatever it is charged into, ruining the charge of the device. Make sure when the device is done charging, or the battery is dead, you unplug. Dont leave it overnight.

    Feel free to hit me up at bporreca@backcountry.com or 801-736-6398.

    Hey Bill,
    Above cornell says you get 3 charges. One of you is lying. Which one? Also, before you also claimed it charges your kindle. Kindles, unless things have change recently, are electronic reading devices. Both you and I know you don't read, so this makes your entire review highly suspect.
    I love you,
    Chris