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Goal Zero Nomad 7 Solar Panel

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    Feel free to roam.

    You've tried sending smoke signals, but your fire-starting skills kind of suck. Whip out your Goal Zero Nomad 7 Solar Panel, power up, and send messages like a civilized person via your smartphone. Or, if human contact is what you desire, power up your GPS and see how far you are from the closest pub. Or connect the solar panel to your Goal Zero Rock Out portable speaker and dance like no one's watching, because no one is. Small and light enough to tack to your backpack, this clean, Earth-loving power panel goes anywhere you do.

    • Durable monocrystalline, nylon, and plastic
    • Directly charges most USB and 12V devices
    • USB, solar, and mini solar ports
    • Simultaneously charges from different ports
    • Charges smartphone, GPS, or USB camera in 2-4 hours
    • Not compatible with tablets
    • Item #GZR000B

    Tech Specs

    Material
    monocrystalline, plastic, nylon
    Capacity
    8-9V (7W)
    Output
    [USB] 5V, up to 1A (5W), [mini-solar port] 6.5V, up to 1.1A (7W), [solar port] 15V, up to 0.3A (5W)
    Folded Dimensions
    9.5 x 1.5 x 6.5 in
    Claimed Weight
    12.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Tough solar charger

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Super durable and scratch resistant panel. Abused and beaten on for almost a month straight and works great. Would highly recommend getting a coupling battery pack as it will charge your phone much quicker than trying to charge another brand of battery pack.

    Excited!

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

    Sad to say I have only gotten to use it twice so far, briefly. On a two week trip I had a generic charger box already charged up from home that lasted a week and used the panel to charge the box up again. Left it on my tent while I was out during the day and the box was fully charged when I came back.

    The other time was just while working during the day to charge a portable speaker. Took a couple hours and the speaker was back to life!

    Excited to give this thing more extensive use!!

    impressed

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

    This thing is awesome. Ordered it a couple weeks ago and finally got the chance to use it, and I am more than stoked! We went for a camping trip at Lake Powell, and this thing really did wonders charging my phone so we constantly had music. In the peak hours of sunlight it charged my phone to 90 percent within 2 hours, no joke. Great addition to my camping and backpacking set up.

    Great gift for someone who has everythin

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

    Finally got around to using this after getting it for my boyfriend as a Christmas gift. It is sooo cool, and works sooo well! I used it to charge my Goal Zero Lighthouse 400 lantern and it charged it so fast. We also used it to charge a cell phone and that went a little slower. We plugged both items directly into the USB chord on the Panel. When we went on a day hike we left the panel and the lantern on the dashboard of the car facing the sun and the lantern was fully charged when we got back.
    Prior to this my boyfriend took it on a 3 week long roadtrip/camping trip and he said it worked great, a much better alternative than using the car port charger.

    This makes for a great gift for a camper who has everything!

    Really good.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The product is excellent and charges very fast my devices.

    I use it with a Petzl R+ flashlight and works very well.

    Only that 12 volts does not work, I only can use it to charge USB devices.

    Really good.

    Great gear!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I grabbed the Nomad 7 for a Denali climb. I used it with a Guide 10 to keep a full frame camera charged as well as and iPhone and an InReach Explorer. Had no problems even with the extreme temperatures, crammed packing, and low light days. Loved it pretty much across the board and will continue with it for smaller excursions now that Denali is checked off the list (:

    Good combo, lightweight

      Nomad 7 and Guide 10 are the perfect little combo to keep the electronic addiction going in the wild. This combo weighs in at 580g which is acceptable if you want to keep taking pictures all day on your adventure.

      Good combo, lightweight

      Must Have

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Whether you spend enough time in the outdoors or just enjoy the luxury of charging pretty much any device you need to, this panel is a great addition to the kit. I personally have a couple different types of Goal Zero batteries to charge with it and charge my camera and phone as well. If you are looking to go above and beyond throw a set of those in as well and you will be poring cocktails in style in the desert, woods, or anywhere you please.

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      Must have for backcounty electronics

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This solar panel has saved me on more than one occasion, and it will save you too whether you just need to take more pictures, bump some tunes, or call your mom cause you are being chased by sasquatch.

      If you take anything electronic with you when you camp or backpack then this is something you need to add to your quiver.

      P.S. Don't forget to tell your mom you love her before entering sasquatch country.

      lOVE SOLAR

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

      Gotta have a solar panel in your backpack, easy to store and easy to use, i recommend a battery pack to store the energy you collect in the day. GOAL ZERO ROCKS AND IS THE FUTURE OF ENERGY!!

      Solar is the future

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Great little tool for travel or play. Have only used it a few times and mainly on a battery pack but it seems to work great I also like the idea of possibly buying more in the future to link together. Buy this it is a great product join the solar movement !!

      Keeping the tunes goin!

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

      So great to have music with us during an entire river trip. While we were out of cell phone and internet range, we were well within our music playing range along with the ability to play and utilize different apps that assisted in star gazing and knot tying with the Goal Zero charging equipment. A great asset for anyone that is looking to take their electronic equipment with them in out of range territory.

      Keeping the tunes goin!

      Go to for Backpacking

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This panel comes with me on every backpacking mission. I use my iPhone for GPS navigation, compass, music, and photos. All that use makes the power go fast, but combining my Nomad 7 panel with a Flip 10 or 20 charger makes for a quick and reliable way to keep my phone charged. Favorite way to run this setup is attaching the panel on the outside of my pack while hiking with the Flip battery charging. By the time I'm done hiking and setting up camp, my battery pack is good to go and ready to charge my phone. Easy as that!



      It's able to withstand some light moisture and quite durable, but good to stash it away in a downpour. It's about the size of a National Geographic Magazine making it easy to pack away.

      Go to for Backpacking

      Basking in the Sunshine

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Solar panels have come a long way and the Nomad is no exception. Although directly charging a phone from the panel can have some issues, I have found that they can be mitigated but have constant and direct sunlight as well as by putting your phone into airplane mode to charge. Similarly, using a battery pack like the Guide 10 can also provide a more consistent source to charge you phone from. Other than that issue though, the panel is great. Small, lightweight, and easy to pack, it allows you a bit more certainty of having a way to power your devices when you are out adventuring. I found that with a constant source of sunlight, this would charge my iPhone 5c about 20% in 20 minutes or so. It also comes with a nice mesh zippered backing for you to store small devices while the are charging to keep them out of the sun!

      Basking in the Sunshine

      Finally bought a Solar Panel....

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

      ...and I'm super stoked!! I've always wondered whether these things are as cool as they seem, yep, they are. In the full sunlight of the Utah desert this thing charge my Outdoor Technology Power Bank in about an hour or less. To charge my phone it takes probably 20-30 minutes in full sun. I'm excited to be able to use this on my next big backpacking adventure!

      In the photo my phone is being directly charged by the Outdoor Technology Kodiak Power Bank, however, you can charge your phone straight from the solar panel. It's nice to pair a Power Bank with your solar panel if you need to charge something on the go.

      Finally bought a Solar Panel....

      Charge that phone anywhere!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This thing is rad, I went out for a long camping trip and no where near any sort of electricity at all. It was nice to be able to call my mom and let her know I was still alive :) The only bad thing about this is that if is not in direct sunlight charging is very slow, so on cloudy days it can take a long time to get anything charged. I would recommend getting the battery pack and charge that all day, that way you will have plenty to charge up later on at night if needed. Great buy for the price too!

      2 questions. First. Is this waterproof? I live in the PNW, the likelihood of it getting rained on as I leave it out in the sunlight is high. Is it feasible/worth it, to pack it for a 2 or 3 day backpacking trip?

      Best Answer

      Hi Thomas,



      This answer is straight from Goal Zero " It is very weather-resistant and will not be harmed if exposed to rain or snow." This does not mean it's completely weather proof, however. If it is exposed to a good soaking for an extended period of time it could be damaged. My boyfriend has the Nomad and will bring it on most of our trips, depending on what the need is and if we have the space.

      Most of these panels have issues charging straight to phone. That is the phone comes on when charging (using power) and if the sunlight is intermittent (clouds, etc) you can actually lose power as you try to charge. Most people seem to charge to a USB battery and then use that for the phone (more weight but more reliable). What is the experience with this? Can you successfully charge straight to the phone in a variety of conditions?

      I have had the problem you describe above. I have the Goal Zero Guide 10 package and as you say, the problem is resolved by charging the battery pack and then the phone. I have two battery packs that I rotate and pretty much always have a power source for my phone when in the backcountry for extended trips. Charging the phone directly is less successful. Charging anything in less than ideal conditions (direct sunlight) takes exponentially longer it seems.

      Yup, you nailed it! It's almost impossible to charge your phone straight from the panel and that's because the iPhone's are very sensitive to the amount of power coming into them. With the constant change in sunlight, clouds, shadows, etc... it makes the phone go haywire and for safety of the product, stop charging. I'd recommend picking up the Flip 10. It's cheap, lightweight, and quick to charge.

      Yup, you nailed it! It's almost impossible to charge your phone straight from the panel and that's because the iPhone's are very sensitive to the amount of power coming into them. With the constant change in sunlight, clouds, shadows, etc... it makes the phone go haywire and for safety of the product, stop charging. I'd recommend picking up the Flip 10. It's cheap, lightweight, and quick to charge.
      Unanswered Question

      i have an old nomad 7 with the rectangle inverter on the back of the panel. im planning on buying another nomad 7 with the newer rounded triangle inverter box. would i be able to chain them together?