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SPECIFICATIONS of the Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Adventure Kit
Weight with Batteries for Guide 10: 0.4 lb / 0.18 kg
Dimension for Guide 10: 2.5 x 4 x 0.75" / 6 x 10 x 2 cm
Optimal Operating Temperature for Guide 10: 32-104° F / 0-40° C
Weight for Nomad 7: 0.8 lb / 0.36 kg
Dimension for Nomad 7 (Folded): 6 x 9 x 1" / 15 x 26 x 2.5 cm
Dimension for Nomad 7 (Unfolded): 17 x 9 x 0.1" / 43 x 23 x 0.25 cm
Optimal Operating Temperature for Nomad 7: 0-120° F / -17-48° C
*When using GOAL ZERO NiMH rechargeable low self-discharge AA cells. **AAA Cells require an adapter, which is included with AAA battery purchase.
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Rated 5 out of
Great design just plain worksI'm a gear geek so I measured the output, and got 7.3 W in full morning sun when the panel was cold, then 6.6 W on a summer afternoon when it was really hot. If you're into solar panels and stuff you'll know that's pretty good.,,,,Trust the specs - it lives up to them and (only in full sun) can charge big bike lights with the 12V jack if you have a light that has a car charger. No need to skimp on lumens on long trips anymore, bonus.,,,,There used to be a problem with the guide10 pack overheating, but now the holding pouch is *behind* the panel to keep it in the shade. It still gets hot (of course) but I haven't had it overheat yet in the Australian summer.
Date published: 2012-12-04
Rated 5 out of
great value! best in the marketthere are many solar panels, i got this one from here for free with my points.,,i had serious doubts about how the panel works - and it does, great!,,the panel can charge the batteries (that can charge something) while charging another device - that means you can charge 2 devices and still get a full power pack for later. of course for this procedure you really need good sun and time but even just one device is nice... ,,for a few days i just take my power pack with AAA batteries (light weight) and for big trip i add the panel. you can also plug it to the lighter of your car, but i have no idea about that.
Date published: 2013-01-08
Rated 4 out of
Handy, but not "The Answer"This battery pack is good for one full charge on my iPhone, and, in the rare circumstance that I have several hours to let the panels sit in direct sunlight, they will recharge the batteries. Goal Zero seems to be developing devices that bring more utility per ounce, but in my opinion, solar technology is just not efficient enough (yet). ,,,,An extra battery or a hand-crank charger would be much faster and less expensive. I suppose if you were going to be "off the grid" for weeks, you might want to use this instead of packing multiple backup batteries. ,,,,Having said that, this product does everything it claims to do. If you are a fan of solar; you will probably like this device,
Date published: 2013-12-17
Rated 5 out of
great little solar panelThe Nomad 7 is a great little solar panel, its included pocket behind the panel holds holds small battery packs (guide 10 plus, Brunson inspire etc.) as well as just about any cables you may need to connect all your devices. The nomad 7 also has these great little attachment loops sewn in around the edges to make attaching the panel to things (bag, tree, boat, etc) a cinch. The only downside is the nomad 7 cannot be daisy chained together, in order to do that you will need their larger sized panels. ,,The guide 10 plus is a small little battery pack with some great features, since it utilizes the AA or AAA batteries as the power storage, it will not work without all 4 batteries in the device, but it does allow you to use the guide 10 and included solar panel to keep non-USB AA or AAA powered devices running. Overall I feel these two products were well thought out, and offer a great array of features for their size, weight and intended purpose.
Date published: 2014-03-20
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