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A go-anywhere, rechargeable battery pack that keeps your handheld gear going strong.

When you're miles away from civilization reach for the Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Recharger to charge your GPS or other electronic device in the field. Ideal for charging smaller USB powered devices, the Guide 10 Plus Recharger doesn't take up much space or add undue weight in your expedition pack. Its compact battery pack can either recharge AA or AAA batteries with the Nomad 7 accessory solar panel (sold separately) or act as a stand-alone recharger with USB power output. Then you can simply power up your phone, MP3, or perk up your tablet in a pinch.

  • On-off switch for USB output and LED flashlight
  • Charge indicator light
  • Standard USB port
  • LED flashlight
  • Solar charging input port
  • Mini-USB charging input port
  • Rechargeable AA or AAA battery case
  • Charges: cellphones, smartphones, MP3 players, tablets, e-readers, headlamps, GPS, camera, personal gaming devices, and many more
  • Item #GZR000C

Battery Type
4 rechargeable AA
Capacity
5V, 2300mAh (11Wh)
Charge Time
[mini-USB] 6 - 10 hour, [Goal Zero Nomad 7] 3 - 6 hour, [Goal Zero Nomad 13] 3 - 5 hour
Input
[mini USB] 5V, up to 0.8A (4W), [solar port] 6.5V, up to 1.5A (7W)
Output
[USB] 5V, up to 1A (5W), [flashlight] 100mW white LED
Dimensions
2.5 x 4 x 0.75 in
Claimed Weight
6.4 oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, camping, travel
Manufacturer Warranty
6 months

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Great addition to a goal zero setup

It is a super nice addition to a solar setup to have batteries to use incase you need them and they are rechargeable which is a plus

>Rating: 5

Works great

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This is a must have with the smaller Goal Zero solar panels. Because you're charging to a battery, it will charge in minimal sunlight or with intermittent clouds . If you try to charge your phone directly, you'll find that the charge cuts out if anything blocks the panel. This allows you to store a charge and enable much faster recharging. Great little tool.

>Rating: 4

So far so good

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I have used this thing a few times in the desert and it has done a great job charging and helping in those situations where you need a boost to your battery before heading deeper into the backcountry. Lightweight and great as an emergency backup.

>Rating: 3

Not Impressed

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Initial feedback is not impressed. I was hoping to be able to get more than one charge off of this during my trip, but it seems like even at a full charge it only charge my iPhone once and then the batteries were dead. Didn't buy the Nomad specifically because I was at least hoping to get one phone charge and one charge for my watch without having to carry another set of batteries and that wasn't the case. I have also had the Flip 10, which maybe lasted 6 months before it stopped holding a charge. Overall...not super impressed with Goal Zero battery packs. If you are going to get something, bight the bullet and get the Nomad with the Venture. Don't go the cheap route like me...lol

>Rating: 5

Let the music play all day

The guide 10 plus is a great little device, letting you charge AAA and AA batteries, and also charge any usb powered device. Pair it with a small solar panel and you're rockin' for days! It is probably one of the most versatile products that goal zero makes.

The
>Rating: 4

Does what it says

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Works as a power pack to store power from my Nomad 7. Charges my phone,gps and gopro slow but within reason. The light is bright enough to walk by. Switch is small and tight so it doesn't get turned on in my pack. Seems to be made of good quality. Only complain is if in a pinch you wanted to use regular batteries ( not with solar panel, just as power pack for a device) and not rechargeable to charge a device it doesn't work.

>Rating: 5

great idea

I bought the Goal Zero (and added accessories over the years) to charge my B&N Nook after talking to their tech support. What I found was that if I set the panel on my deck or tent to charge my Nook, it only did 50% or so over the day. BUT, if I bought two battery packs, I could charge one pack in the am, one in thee afternoon then plug the pack into my Nook when I went to bed. At my 2am pee break, switch battery packs. I don't think that I have ever used the batteries for my flashlights or phone even on week-long trips. But I charge my Nook always.

>Rating: 5

A must have for use with solar panels

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The Guide 10 is perfect for storing energy from your solar panel like the Nomad 7 to charge devices when the sun is no longer shining. With a full charge on the battery pack it charged my iPhone 5c about 80% in an hour when in airplane mode. What's more, the Guide 10 comes with 4 batteries that can be used to power a multitude of devices and can easily be recharged! The USB port makes for a fast and easy charge when plugged into the wall and the flashlight can come in handy in a pinch. Durable, light weight, and dependable, couldn't ask for anything more!

The
>Rating: 4

Seems to work well

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Bought this to go with my Nomad 7 to charge my phone and Go Pro while backpacking and it seems to do a good job on the tests Ive done. The LED is also a nice little back up in case something happens to my headlamp.

>Rating: 5

Versatile and a life saver

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I've used this on countless adventures, whether to charge all my devices while camping for days or to power my speakers and phone while bike riding with friends through the city. It's durable and reliable and can not only keep the outdoor party going but save your life if you need to recharge your phones or light sources. Oh ya, it has a built in flash light! Pretty sweet. And it comes with 4 rechargeable batteries, so if you consider the cost of those, the price of this charger is closer to 30$.

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>Rating: 5

Great gear for the backcountry

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This pack is great for taking into the backcountry. You can charge batteries for your headlight or other electronics, or you can use the pack to recharge electronics with internal batteries. When you combine this with a solar charger you can stay out longer and bring less batteries. It takes a bit to charge but I always like to keep this with me, outdoors, around town, or in school it is great to recharge your phone or whatever when an outlet isn't readily available.

>Rating: 4

Pretty dang good.

I picked up the Guide 10 Recharger in order to have a little juice for my phone when my solar panel wasn't getting any sun. It works well with the Nomad 7 solar panel, but probably my favorite thing about the Guide 10 is that I can fully charge it at home with a USB adapter and have a good amount of juice to start my adventure. Recommended.

>Rating: 4

Sturdy, light package

this is a cool little recharging platform. it's got a negligible weight (pretty much just the batteries) and it's a little smaller than my hand. it charges fairly quickly on a sunny day at 8000 feet with the guide 10, and closer to the estimated times at normal elevations. my complaint is that it started smoking when i tried to charge my droid razr. the good news is i called goal zero and they overnight delivered a new charging pack and a smart phone adapter as they had reports that certain phones caused issues. it takes a LONG time to recharge your phone, so you have to be good about charing the batteries all day and recharging your phone at night. i would guess headlamps recharge more quickly, but haven't tried that yet.

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Will this recharge other rechargeable battery brands, or just goal zero batteries?