Your complete portable solar power kit in a ready to go plug and play option so you can start your adventures, sooner rather than later.
With a Goal Zero portable solar power kit, we’ve carefully paired the correct solar panel with the appropriate portable battery pack so you can charge the gear you need.
From small handheld devices perfect for mobile phone, right up to our larger devices to power laptops and fridges, you’ll find a solar panel and battery pack to suit your needs.
If you are still having trouble choosing the best portable solar pack solution then please feel free to visit one of our retailers or call our tech team on 07 3245 6190.
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