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Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Portable Recharger

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For the tech-savvy outdoor lover.

Goal Zero's versatile Sherpa 100 Portable Recharger powers your electronics on long adventures. Goal Zero equipped this lightweight, compact power pack with every port that your gear needs. Two USB ports charge your phones and tablets, a 12V port charges lights, and there's an innovative port with multiple cords to charge any laptop. 

The Sherpa 100's battery has enough power for multiple charges (please see size chart), and once depleted, the battery can recharge quickly through wall outlets, cars, and Goal Zero's solar panels. This portable recharger also features a convenient LED light, a power meter, and a highly durable case.

  • Two USB ports
  • 12V light port
  • Innovative laptop port
  • Rechargeable battery via wall, car, or solar panel
  • Please see size chart for battery charging capacity
  • Item #GZR000L

Tech Specs

Battery Type
11V, 8800mAh (98Wh)
Charge Time
[wall] 3 hour, [car] 4 hour, [various Goal Zero solar panels] 3 - 30 hour
[charging port] 14-22V, up to 3A (45W)
[USB port] 5V, up to 2.1A (10W), [6mm port] 12V up to 10A (120W), [laptop port] 19V, up to 6A (120W), [sidecar port] 9-13V, up to 10A (120W)
5.8 x 1.5 x 5.25 in
Claimed Weight
1.9 lb
Recommended Use
backpacking, camping, alpine & expedition
Manufacturer Warranty
6 months

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Great product, great customer service

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I purchased this because my GoalZero 150 is not allowed by the FAA on flights. It is smaller an lighter than I expected. It had a defect that caused both the laptop and 12v output to stay energize on either setting but change the voltage. GoalZero customer service was quick to identify the problem, give me a pre-paid return label and ship a replacement. I use non GoalZero panels for this one and it works great.

I use it to power my emergency communications equipment and recharge my iPad. For the laptop, my old MacBook eats a lot of power and is not the ideal device for long days of continues operation. But I knew that when I purchased it and laptop charge was not my main use.

Exactly What I Needed

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

After gearing up for my van adventures I realized that I didn't have a consistent source of power to keep my laptop and phone running while on the go. Being a graphic designer and social media manager I couldn't let my business, and source of income, suffer by not having reliable power.

Enter the Sherpa 100.

After traveling everywhere from the beaches of San Diego, to Joshua Tree, Big Sur, Crater Lake, and back up the coast to find surf this piece of equipment took everything I could throw at it.

The only thing I'd recommend is getting a second solar panel to charge it more quickly and efficiently since one can take a while to get it fully charged. However, plug it into a wall outlet when you have a chance and that worry quickly disappears. A bit heavy if you're looking for power on a backpacking trip so I'd suggest going with something smaller if this is the case.

Overall, I have no idea what I'd do without it!


    Unfortunately it quickly stopped working as intended. After 2 uses it would no longer recharge my laptop. It will allow the laptop to run and draw on it's own battery that is stored but wouldn't transfer that stored battery power to recharge my laptop. After several months both of the cell phone/usb plug in's started doing the same thing, so if you're planning on using this to recharge your devices look elsewhere. I used to keep it on my counter top plugged in to an outlet to remain fully charged and then plug in my cellphone to it at night to recharge but it stopped working. For being one of the priciest selections it was a disappointing and unexpected development. At this point I have stopped using it altogether and it's about a year old.

    Does it All

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Holy cow...this thing is awesome.

    I take this everywhere! It practically lives in my car, or if I'm flying (especially out of the country) it's TSA approved some comes right with me on my carry on. I'm able to charge my laptop, camera batteries, iphone, battery packs, lights, headlamps, speakers, anything that takes AC, 12V, or USB. It's amazing how much power this little guys holds too. Easily makes it through a week to two week trip and if it's running low, I just bust out my Nomad 20 and charge her right up.

    One of the most important items in my gear box. It's a must have.

    Does it All