Goal Zero Black Nomad Solar Panel

November 8, 2013 by

Goal Zero Sherpa 50

The Goal Zero Black Nomad Solar Panel is portable and folds up to the size of a magazine. The Nomad 13 soaks up enough sunlight in 5 hours (or 12 on cloudy days) to fully charge a smartphone, tablet, camera, or other device with the aid of a USB cable.

For more power, it can be hooked up to a Sherpa 50 battery pack to offer you enough juice to charge your iPhone or iPad ten times and most lightweight laptops at least once.

It’s a little pricey but for hikers, campers, and others who find themselves away from a regular power source, it’s an investment that provides the power you need, when you need it to keep your devices operational.

Goal Zero Solar Panel Use

Benefits of the Nomad 13 Solar Panel

The Goal Zero Nomad Solar Panel uses the power of the sun to keep your GPS or smartphone charged by collecting 13 watts of power from the sun. The foldable, rugged design is weather resistant making it a good choice for those who enjoy the great outdoors.

Whether you’re a nature photographer who needs to keep their camera charged, or a hiker who needs to make sure their GPS is working, or a camper who wants to phone home, the Nomad 13 delivers an ultra-compact power solar panel that lets you charge these handheld devices directly from its USB and 12 Volt DC charging ports.

Goal Zero Nomad Solar Panel

Goal Zero’s Sherpa 50 Recharger

Buying the Goal Zero’s Sherpa 50 Recharger to use with your Goal Zero Black Nomad Solar Panel increases the amount of power available. Don’t let this pack’s small, lightweight design fool you.

It delivers enough power for laptop, tablet, camera, video, DVD player, CPAP, and more, and the latest version of the Goal Zero’s Sherpa 50 is more portable than previous models.

The Goal Zero Nomad 13 Power panel combined with the Sherpa 50 Recharger offers a sustainable source of power to meet all your needs.

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