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Goal Zero Nomad 50 Solar Panel

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Nomad 50 Solar Panel

Increase your  weekend camping charging capabilities with Goal Zero's Nomad 50 Solar Panel. The foldable design is still plenty durable to hold up during all of your adventures. The USB and solar outputs give you plenty of charging options and for faster charging, you can chain multiple Goal Zero panels together. This size is ideal for charging laptops and other essentials, and can even run a portable fridge. Charge up a Goal Zero power pack (sold separately) so you can use the power later. The hanging loops on this panel allow you to hang it from vehicles and tents so you can stay connected wherever you are.

  • Portable 50-watt solar panel for weekend camping trips
  • Foldable and durable panel is easy to bring with you
  • USB and solar outputs give you options on what to charge
  • Pair with Goal Zero battery packs to use the power later
  • Can be chained to other Goal Zero panels for faster charging
  • Hanging loops allow you to hang this solar panel from vehicles and tents for easy charging
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Material
monocrystalline
Output
USB, solar
Chainable
yes
Dimensions
[unfolded] 17 x 53 x 1.5in, [folded] 17 x 11.25 x 2.5in
Claimed Weight
6lb 13.6oz
Recommended Use
photography/media, weekend camping
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 3

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Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

Long term extra rugged backpacking has its challenges. One of which is maintaining adequate power for flashlights, communications equipment, etc. I found goal zero adequate to charge rechargeable batteries and only slightly extend the battery on my cell phone. The Goal Zero panels never fully recharged my cell phone battery. The panels also need extended direct sunlight, so I strapped the panels to the outside of my backpack. The energy provided from this was minimal for continuous and extended expeditions. I was mostly covered by forrest so extended direct sunlight was minimal. I appreciated the Goal Zero panels for recharging batteries. This enabled continued use of lighting and water purification systems.