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Nomad 13 will directly charge most USB and 12V devices
Ultra-compact yet powerful solar panel
Splits the incoming solar power between the two ports to charge devices simultaneously
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Rated 2 out of
Loses power over timeI have had the Nomad 13 for two and a half years, and now it doesn't put out much current any more. Using a Drok USB tester, the most I could get it to produce was 5.21 volts at 0.34 amps, which multiplies to 1.77 watts. This is after making sure the panel is clean, and pointing it directly at the sun at 12 noon on a clear day in October in Nevada, at an elevation 5,600 feet and with an ambient air temperature of 55 F. The panel spec states that the USB output is 1 amp (5 watt max), but I can only get 1.77 watts from the USB port at the most. I don't understand why.
Date published: 2017-10-28
Rated 5 out of
The RC Guy from
Works good!Works great for medium size devices! Search is medium size power packs
Date published: 2017-10-19
Rated 5 out of
Works well, love the mesh back to store cablesBought this with a 140 Yeti charger. Haven't really given it a workout yet but in intital tests it was super easy to set up. Great build quality and it charged fast! Love it.
Date published: 2017-10-08
Rated 4 out of
nomad 13I have bought a few different goal zero products, what I found is they don't live up to what goal zero says they will do. charging time are longer, and use time is shorter. With that I bought the Sherpa 100. light enough to backpack with, yet should last me a week of charging phones, cameras, and lights
Date published: 2017-04-01
Rated 5 out of
Great Solar PanelI have used this product extensively since I have received it and it works great. I mostly use it when I am Hiking to keep my cell phone charged, but I also use it to charge the batteries on my DSLR camera.
Date published: 2016-06-08
Rated 3 out of
Kelly Guenther from
It's Better Than the Last VersionI wanted something rugged that could randomly charge smaller devices on my frequent trips domestically and overseas. A smaller foldable version of this designed for their speakers and for charging phones worked well but got lost on a trip. So glad to have this again. Very packable and/or hangable. Fingers crossed the voltaic cells are better and charge more efficiently in this version, too.
Date published: 2015-12-21
Rated 1 out of
Overhyped underperformerI bought this for my EBC trek. With the intention of charging my ipad/pod. On a cloudless day at EBC with the sun at its zenith, the panel slowly charged the ipod and flat out refused to charge my ipad or fellow hikers smart phones.
Date published: 2015-11-16
Rated 1 out of
NOT worth the dough at allAt the moment I added this solar panel to my shopping cart the old knight from Indiana Jones should have popped up and proclaimed "you chose poorly!" Unfortunately he did not and I was stuck with my poor decision.,,This was used on my trek from Lukla to EBC and back, attempting to charge: an ipod nano, my friends iphone 6, and my ipad. ,,It charged the ipod fairly regularly, no complaints there. At EBC on a perfectly clear day with the sun at its zenith it struggled to charge the phone and flat out refused to charge the ipad.,,I tried all angles though at noon it should be idiot proof correct? I detached and reattached the power cord. And I made sure the face of the cells were as clean as could be. Still no bueno. ,,Other than the performance, the build quality seemed fine though the power cords, specifically the USB seemed really cheap.,,