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Energize your adventure rig.
Don't let the pesky hum of a smelly generator ruin the ambiance of your remote desert camp. The Goal Zero Yeti 150 + Nomad 14 Plus is a quiet, exhaust-free alternative to keeping your lights and laptop charged when you're camped out in the desert climbing towers or exploring remote slot canyons. Taking its energy from the sun, your car, or a traditional wall outlet, the Yeti 150 Power Station connects to the included Nomad 14 Plus solar panel, which comes with a kickstand that can be angled up to 90 degrees to make the most of the sunlight.
The Yeti 150 houses a Smart Charging feature which enables items plugged into the USB port to be charged directly from the sun when to save energy in the Yeti 150. A Solar Intensity Indicator allows you to quickly asses the strength of the sun as you set the angle of the solar panel. Where the Yeti 150 really sets itself apart from other power stations, though, is with its Auto Restart function. The function, through the ability track power flow history, can tell whether the Yeti 150 has reached or full charge or been accidentally disconnected. If the Yeti 150 is somehow disconnected without a full charge, the Nomad will automatically reconnect the device, so you don't roll into camp at the end of the day with a dead power station.
- Portable power station ideal for camping for days on end
- Nomad 14 Plus solar panel charges USB devices directly
- Durable, waterproof construction is ready for rugged adventures
- Auto Restart function reconnects to device if it isn't charged
- Solar Intensity Indicator shows the strength of solar conditions
- Included kickstand can be adjusted up to 90 degrees
- Includes 12V adapter and wall charger
- Item #GZR003U
- Q & A
Goal Zero, Only A 6 month Warranty! Gee they dont Value the product much? Minimum on that pricey product should/could be 1 Year Warranty!
Does the Solar Panel 7 or 14 charge the Goal ZERO 150 Unit or does it attach directly to the product being charged ( auto battery) or both? The GZ 150 does have an internal battery that you can charge from auto car socket 12v right? How long would it take the Solar 7 and Solar 14 if the above is true?