Sherpa 100 Portable Recharger – 230V


Available on Backorder

SKU: GZ61210 Category:

Product Description

Unlimited power in your pack

Adventure knows no limits, and neither should your power. The Sherpa 100 Recharger represents the latest in efficient lithium ion battery technology wrapped into a portable, lightweight package. Designed to power all the gear in your kit, the Sherpa 100’s versatile array of ports include ultra-fast, smart USBs for phones and tablets, a 12V port for lights, and an innovative port specifically for laptops.

The Sherpa 100 recharges from the wall or car – and combined with Goal Zero’s portable line of solar panels, it recharges from the power of the sun. The Sherpa 100 works well when combined with a Nomad 20 Solar Panel, which will refuel your Sherpa 100 in just 10 hours, or you can pair with any other compatible solar panel.

Sherpa Inverter also available to add a ‘plug’ to your Sherpa.


  • Compact design, huge power storage
  • USB, 12V, laptop and optional AC wall port outputs
  • Rapidly refuel the Sherpa 100 in 3 hours via the wall or your vehicle, or pair with a compatible panel



MP3 Player30
Action Cam25
Cordless Tools 1-5
Light-A-Life30-35 hrs
Camp Fridge3-7 hrs
CPAP0-7 hrs
Large Fridge0-2 hrs
Television0-1 hrs


Charge by Wall3 hrs
Charge by Vehicle4 hrs
Charge by Nomad 1315-30 hrs
Charge by Nomad 2010-20 hrs
Battery Capacity98Wh
Weight864 g
Sherpa 100 Dimensions14.7x3.8x13.3cm
Sherpa 100 ChainableYes

What's Included


Latest News

Read our latest blog posts to get a behind the scenes look at Goal Zero Australia.

Find More Articles Like These

Published on the 28th of Nov 2017

Gifts On A Budget

The countdown for Christmas is on! With December just around the corner our staff have got together and compiled a list of our top three Goal Zero picks, so you can gift to...

Read The Article
Solar Power on Moreton Island
Published on the 2nd of Nov 2017

Goal Zero Collaborates with the Canon Collective Event on Moreton Island!

Goal Zero Collaborates Canon Collective Event on Moreton Island! This weekend just gone we were fortunate enough to chill in Tangalooma with Canon Australia for the Moreton Island Photography Festival. As a...

Read The Article
Published on the 3rd of Oct 2017

How Do I Power A Fridge When Camping?

How Do I Power A Fridge When Camping? Keeping food and drink cool on a camping trip can be a little more complicated if you’re using more than an eski full...

Read The Article

Find A Retailer