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Goal Zero Nomad 14 Plus Solar Panel

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    Harness the sun.

    Stay connected while leaving the grid behind with the Goal Zero Nomad 14 Plus Solar Panel. It allows you to charge phones, tablets, and other USB-powered devices using the power of the sun. This new and improved Nomad model is lighter and smarter than previous incarnations.

    Perhaps the biggest upgrade, the new Auto Restart feature knows the difference between a device that's reached a fully charged state and one that disconnects due to cloud cover or a shadow. When it's been disconnected due to environmental causes, the Nomad 14 Plus will automatically reconnect the charging device, so you don't get back to basecamp only to find that your phone stopped charging hours ago because a rogue cloud moved in. Another smart feature is the easy-to-read LED indicator, which lets you know the strength of solar conditions and provides immediate feedback on charging speed.

    When the sun's not overhead, the detachable kickstand lets you prop it up so you angle the panel to where the sun's strongest. It's also built tough and waterproof so you don't have to baby it in the backcountry, and its compact, lightweight design means you can take it on extended backpacking trips or other excursions where space is limited.

    • Reengineered to be lighter and smarter than ever
    • Charges USB devices directly from the sun
    • Folding design allows for compact storage and carrying
    • LED indicator shows solar strength and charging speed
    • Rugged, waterproof construction for outdoor adventures
    • Chainable to other solar panels for quicker charging
    • Auto Restart tracks power flow history
    • Detachable kickstand allows better adjustability
    • Item #GZR000W

    Tech Specs

    Capacity
    14W (18-22V)
    Output
    USB 2.4A (12W max)
    Chainable
    yes
    Dimensions
    [unfolded] 12.1 x 15.8 x 0.1in, [folded] 12.1 x 7.8 x 0.5in
    Claimed Weight
    [with kickstand] 1.9lb, [without kickstand] 1.4lb
    Recommended Use
    camping, emergency
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Sun Power is Cool

      I've been pretty impressed with how fast this solar panel charges things every time I have used it during super sunny days. Though it definitely still works on cloudier days, I would rather carry a good battery pack instead if I was going on a trip where I expected cloudy weather for any amount of time. I do like how lightweight it is and how well it folds up, Makes it a good option on longer trips where you know it'll be sunny most of the time!

      Sun Power is Cool

      Charges my phone.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Took this on a yurt trip, and it recharged my phone every single day after full tours with plenty of photos. It felt light enough for the seven mile tour into the yurt, and I definitely did not regret bringing it.

      Works Well

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

      Used this solar panel on a camping trip recently and was pretty impressed. Charges quickly when you've got it angled directy into the sun. and folds up nicely.

      Rugged and Power-full

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Get it? This solar panel set is really cool and is really great for car camping and charging a small power bank. I paired it with the Sherpa AC which charged fully in just a half day with moderate sunlight. It comes with a couple of little carabiners that clip on the corners so you can hang it up.
      There are a couple of really cool features of this solar panel. These being the magnetic frame and the magnetic stand. The panels fold up and are magnetized so it doesn't fall apart all the time. The stand is a little tricky, but there is a tiny edge in which to pull on to pop it out. It's really nice to angle the panel to the sun.
      You can also link several of these in a series to charge devices faster.

      Great Backcountry Powersource

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I used this solar panel for a nature photography class this weekend. It was great to have a source of power to charge my camera battery with while in the desert for the weekend.

      charge it up

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

      These solar panels hook up a to goal zero battery pack to charge it up quickly and easily. Easy to use, works great and provides energy in those places that are outlet free.

      Charges Quick

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      After reading reviews and trying to narrow down how to charge my electronic devices for longer expeditions I feel upon this device. So far I am really pleased with how this panel operates. I have been pairing this with the GZ 30 battery pack as well and have been pleasantly surprised to find that it charges even quicker than advertised. My only complaint that I have about the panel is that it cannot fit into an ammo can to be easily accessed while on river trips. Otherwise it is simple, easy to use and charges really quickly. I would definitely recommend also charging a battery pack off this panel rather than straight to a device. While it will charge your devices sometimes it will be slower or will stop charging all together as it resets. With the battery pack if it resets I have experienced no issues with it continuing charge.

      Great for car camping or expeditions

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This little panel puts out plenty of juice to charge small electronics like cell phones and cameras. It's rugged and feels like it will stand up to quite a bit of abuse. It's a bit too big for backpacking in my opinion, but is a great size to stash in the car for off-grid desert camping or for yurt trips and river trips.

      Note that this panel doesn't have an integrated battery pack, so it will only charge when it's in the sun. I'd recommend pairing this with a small battery pack so you can store the energy you collect from the sun and charge your devices at night while you're sleeping.

      Car camping approved

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I brought this along for a 4 day car camping trip to where we were spending a lot of time on the beach and running around Santa Barbara. It is light weight, charged my phone and is simple to use. It does charge pretty slowly, I believe it says 2 hours to fully charge a phone. I wasn't able to test it for that long so I can't say if that is accurate or not. On a full sunny morning on the beach the lights were on 3/4 capacity so I'm not convinced this would be great for a cloudy day as it claims.

      Car camping approved

      Great idea; not great for backpacking.

        Recently took on 4 day backpacking trip and was not worth its weight, bulk and size. Weight would have been much better used to just bring a good charged battery pack. Definitely depends on what you are doing and how much charge you need. I just wanted to keep my phone and a speaker charged for the trip and a decent battery pack was all I needed. Lugged the solar panel around the whole time and never used it. Also it would not directly charge my iPhone 10 which also limited its value to me substantially.

        Perfect for Outdoor Photography

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        For outdoorsmen who are carrying a lot of electronics that need to stay charged, the Goal Zero charger is the perfect solution. Carrying extra batteries around is kind of par for the course when you take your camera everywhere, but cold temperatures and/or a great sunset can quickly drain your battery, and it's nice to have an easily packable source of energy with you to keep you taking pictures when you won't see an electrical outlet for a few days. I'm totally sold on it after only a few uses.

        Goal Zero Nomad 14 Plus Solar Panel

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I sent this as a gift to my brother in Florida in preparation for Hurricane Irma.

        In perfect conditions (clear skies and sun directly overhead), this panel can output 14 watts, which is enough to charge approximately two IPhones.