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Goal Zero 11800 Nomad 7 v2 Solar Panel

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  • Solar charge your cell phone in 1-2 hours
  • Use solar power with USB or 12 Volt devices
  • Collect 7 Watts of power from the sun
  • Foldable, rugged design, and weather resistant
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Goal Zero 11800 Nomad 7 v2 Solar Panel + Goal Zero 21004 Switch 8 Silver Solar Recharger + Goal Zero 14101 Luna USB LED Stick Light
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Product Description

The Nomad 7 v2 delivers an ultra-compact yet powerful solar panel that enables you to charge your handheld devices directly from its USB and 12 Volt DC charging ports. Chain multiple Nomad 7 v2 for more power.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 9.5 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00D2SPZAM
  • Item model number: 11800
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive)
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Very well made!
Corey Scott
This unit has a bunch of loops which can be used to secure it to your backpack, or dashboard, or boat console, etc. for security.
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I have tired this to charge a couple versions of smart phone; Android, iPhone 5, and iPhone 5S, as well as my iPad.
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82 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Laika Lou on November 9, 2013
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I just got home from a month of remote travel, with VERY high praise for the new 11800 Nomad V2.
I exclusively used it to charge our GPS, cellphones, digital cameras, and Kindle Paperwhite.
It packs down safely very fast, and deploys effortlessly in any scenario.
A big ziploc bag allowed charging sensitive items literally out in the rain;
While some days i hiked wearing my Nomad across my back, etc.
It took a beating, worked flawlessly, and simply never disappointed.
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We live in an area that loses power frequently, and when there's a big storm we can lose power for days at a time, so we have quite a collection of solar lanterns and chargers. This Goal Zero Nomad 7 has become one of my instant favorites. The craftsmanship and attention to detail are excellent. The case has nine hanging loops, which provides a lot of options if you're using it while camping, and the case seals with a magnetic closure, which I find more convenient and less bulky than velcro.

The Nomad 7 has two standard panels, each about the size of a half sheet of notebook paper, so it's about the size of a pad of paper fully opened. It has three different outputs on the back: A USB port, a dedicated cable to feed into a Guide 10 battery charger, and a 12v DC female socket (i.e., a "cigarette lighter" socket like in your car). The 12v DC out is not included on any of my other portable solar panels -- it's a nice addition. The panel also has an input to chain it to other Nomads. The output/input connections are all in a single block, which is covered by a zippered mesh pouch on the back of the panel so you can keep all of your charging cables neatly stored with the panel. The port labels are printed right on the case so you can't lose them -- a handy and smart detail.

The Nomad 7 can charge some devices (like my phone) directly, but it won't charge my iPad directly. To charge an iPad, you need to use the Nomad 7 to charge a battery pack (Goal Zero recommends the Guide 10 battery charger; I use an Anker 5V/2A external battery, which doesn't have removable batteries but is smaller and works great), then dump the charge from the external battery pack to your iPad.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan VINE VOICE on January 1, 2014
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Let me put this out there right now: unless you plan on using this on incredibly bright summer days, buy the Goal Zero 11406 Guide 10 Plus Silver Battery Pack to go along with this. In partial sun, or in winter (particularly in the Northeast, where I am), the panel by itself just doesn't cut it. Once paired with the battery pack, though, this worked extremely well.

Now that that's out of the way, let me back up. The Nomad 7 is an incredibly well-constructed piece of tech. The case is study and closes securely via hidden magnets. The panels themselves seem to be high-quality. There's a little storage pouch in the back, and the cables are permanently attached so you don't lose them. One nice touch I appreciated is that the labels for the cables are actually screen-printed onto the case. There's also loops all around the perimeter of the panel, giving you multiple points to secure it.

Something important to note is that this is just a panel - it doesn't actually store any charge on its own, which lead to the comments I made back in the beginning. If you're hiking the Grand Canyon in August at noon this will work fabulously to charge your phone all by itself - not so on a partially sunny December day in Philadelphia. I left this out all day to charge a powered-down Kindle Fire and it didn't even boost the battery one percent. The results on lower-draw devices were better but still not worth over $65.

Once I spent another $35 to get the battery pack, though, I was much more satisfied. The batteries don't seem to mind how slow they charge, so I just leave the panel hooked up to the pack and charge my devices from the pack.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on November 28, 2013
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This is pretty neat. In full sunlight (this is late November, so the sun is still weak) it charges my Galaxy SIII about 18% / hour.

Five hours in full sunlight to charge my phone isn't great -- but then again, this is SOLAR power. Taking that into account... and considering that this only has the surface area of a couple sheets of notebook paper, it's really impressive. I was not expecting this kind of performance from a tiny little solar cell.

This unit comes in a nice canvas binding, sorta like an old-school trapper keeper. Its two solar cells fold together and are held in place by a magnetized tab. The backside has a mesh zipper pocket which contains the charging ports, including a USB and a 12V DC.

This unit has a bunch of loops which can be used to secure it to your backpack, or dashboard, or boat console, etc. for security. It can also be used inside a bag or other transparent sealed container -- perfect for aquatic situations.

I'm most excited about being able to combine this with the Goal Zero 21004 Switch 8 Silver Solar Recharger, which I'll be reviewing soon, for better charging.

I own, have reviewed, and regularly use rechargeable battery packs and those are cool for recharging your devices on the go. But, if you're going to be camping or kayaking or whatever for several days, those will eventually run out of juice also. The idea of having an unlimited (if somewhat slow) power source at hand is really neat.

BOTTOM LINE: it's not as fast as a wall AC or car DC charger, but this little package is pretty impressive. I can get a full charge on my SIII phone in 4-5 hours in the winter sun.
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