Nomad 20

$299.99

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Product Description

A compact panel with massive power!

The Nomad 20 Solar Panel combines highly efficient monocrystalline technology in a foldable, portable, plug-and-play form. With a built-in junction box and innovative smart chip, the Nomad 20 can directly charge USB and 12V devices directly from the sun, just as fast as the wall. Combine the Nomad 20 with any of Goal Zero’s rechargers and store power to charge gear day or night.

Designed for the outdoors, the panel is durable and weatherproof. It contains stitched on toggles, allowing it to be fastened to tents, back-packs, kayaks or otherwise for charging on the go.

Should you wish to charge devices when the sun is not available, we recommend purchasing the Sherpa 100 Kit, which pairs your panel with a Goal Zero battery for a complete collect > store solution.

Features

  • Charge anything as fast as the wall
  • Foldable and portable design, fits in your backpack
  • Highly efficient monocrystalline solar pumps out more power per square inch

 

Specs

WHAT IT POWERS

DeviceCharges
Switch 84hrs
Guide 10 Plus3hrs
Sherpa 506hrs
Sherpa 10010hrs
Yeti 15017hrs
Yeti 40020hrs (2 panels)

ABOUT THE KIT

SpecificationData
Solar Capacity18-22V, 20W
Solar TypeMonocrystalline, 17-18% efficient
Weight1.1kg
Dimensions (unfolded)77.5x2.5x33cm
Dimensions (folded)21.6x2.5x33cm
ChainableYes

What's Included

  • NOMAD 20 SOLAR PANEL
  • 12V CIGARETTE ADAPTER

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