Goal Zero 19006 Guide 10 Adventure Kit with 4 Goal Zero AA Batteries
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- Kit includes Nomad 7 Solar Panel and Guide 10 Power Pack
- USB and 12V output for portable devices
- Four AA rechargeable batteries included, AAA insert not included
- Built-in LED flashlight runs 20-plus hours per charge
- Recharge your cell phone 1-3 times per charge
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The Goal Zero Guide 10 Adventure Kit is an ultra-lightweight USB solar charging system that fits in your pocket and can charge all your portable devices while you're hiking, at the beach, or anywhere else. It includes the Nomad 7 solar panel and a Guide 10 power pack with USB and 12-volt output. You can use it as a single unit power pack to power your device or as a power source to recharge the batteries for use in AA or AAA battery powered devices. Recharge your cell phone 1-3 times per charge using the Guide 10 Power Pack. Charge up the Guide 10 Power Pack itself with the Nomad 7 Solar Panel in 1.5 hours, or via USB in 6 hours. The on-board LED flashlight will run up to 20 hours per charge. It's an ideal travel companion to help you keep your digital world with you when you're on the move.
The Guide 10 Adventure Kit includes four rechargeable AA batteries. Never waste your money or fill the landfill with Alkaline batteries again. Use them in the battery pack to power your USB devices or take batteries out and power your headlamp or remote control.
Plug in Your USB
Plug in any small USB-powered devices to the battery pack or into the solar panel to recharge them anywhere. The Guide 10 is powerful enough to handle smartphones, readers and tablets.
Light It Up
Handy and bright built-in LED light is always with you on the top of the battery pack. Can be used to find things in your dark backpack or purse. The light runs for over 150 hours before needing a charge.
Charge from Solar
With 7 watts of charging power this solar panel will charge the battery pack in about 3-4 hours. The mono-crystalline solar panel is the most efficient solar panel on the market. It also features a USB input so you can use just the solar panel to plug your device directly in to recharge.
Small and Compact
When folded up, the Adventure Kit is about the size of a novel. It can open up and charge from your dashboard or backpack. Really just throw it out wherever you may be--the beach, in the mountains, or on the street. It goes wherever you do.
A convenient zippered pouch pocket on the back of the panel stores the battery pack while charging up or keeping pack and cord neatly organized.
What's in the Box?
Guide 10 Battery Pack, Nomad 7 Solar Panel, Ultra Charge Solar Cord, 12V cigarette adapter, AA rechargeable batteries (4 pack).
- Battery Power: 4 x AA or AAA (with adapter) NiMH
- Battery Shelf Life: 12 months
- Flashlight: 100mW white LED
- Solar Panel Wattage: 7W
- Solar Panel Type: Mono-crystalline
- Guide 10 Operating Temperature: 32-104 F (0-40 C)
- Nomad 7 Operating Temperature: 0-120 F (-17-48 C)
- Guide 10 Dimensions: 2.5 x 4 x 0.75 in (6 x 10 x 2 cm)
- Guide 10 Weight (with Batteries): 0.4 lbs (0.18 kg)
- Nomad 7 Dimensions (unfolded): 17 x 9 x 0.1 in (43 x 23 x 0.25 cm)
- Nomad 7 Weight: 0.8 lbs (0.36 kg)
Top Customer Reviews
The Nomad 7 is the only solar panel that has the capability to charge an adequate battery pack, my headlamp AAA's, AND my smartphone/GPS all in the same day in full sunlight. It is the only panel that has reserve capacity to charge my devices in less than full sun (shady/cloudy). No other panel has the output of the Nomad 7. Its closest competitor is the Brunton panel. The Brunton weighs 20% more and is rated to output 30% less than the Nomad 7 (Brunton = 5 watts, Nomad 7 = 7 watts). In my testing the lower output was verified. The off-axis performance of the Nomad 7 is superior. It maintains full output to a greater angle of sun than any other panel I have tested. The Nomad 7 is the only panel, in my knowledge, that uses the more efficient mono-crystalline panels. It does seem to give it an edge in real-world usage. As far as flexibility, that characteristic has nothing to do with panel efficiency. Another of the well-thought out features of the Nomad 7 is the connection options. The Xpal SP-2000 and the Solio both rely on many different tips to connect to different devices. The Nomad 7 has three great options built in: 6.5 volt fast charge for the Guide 10 charger, 5 V USB connector, and a port that the included 12V female car lighter adapter plugs into. Every portable device has the option of an inexpensive car power adapter, and the Nomad 7 nicely offers that ability.Read more ›
I was going to take it on a 14 day back country hunting trip and needed some was to charge my android phone as I use it as a camera, GPS and alarm clock. I took this item in the mountains and on a nice sunny 60 degree day I hung it up on a small pine tree and occasionally adjusted it to be at the best angle to the sun and it charged my phone in just a little over 2 hours. I also charged my dads phone and the battery pack from Goal0 as well.
I love this solar charger and feel strongly enough about it I decided to write a review as I was extremely skeptical..
Update 2/3/2012:I have both the old and the new power packs now and have additional information. I was told by GoalZero Tech Support that some of the old power packs, the ones that DO NOT have the word "Plus" on the label, were modified before shipping and will not heat up. The only way to know if yours has been modified is the pry the end cap off of the Power pack. The end cap that covers the plugs and LED. Just take a small screw driver, put it in the grove and twist, it will come off. Behind the LED there are three large resistors [the large gray round things with color bands on them]. If none of the color bands are BLACK, this power pack has been modified and WILL NOT heat up. I have verified this. Mine has no black bands and does not heat up. GoalZero will still send you a new power pack and batteries if you request it.Read more ›
Best solar charging system that I have found. I work in the outdoor industry and have always been frustrated with the options for charging electronics when on extended trips. Goal0 has provided the solution. Check out all their elite series.
Guide 10 kit:
Fast charging of AA or AAA batteries with the included charger or directly charge USB or DC devices from the Nomad panel.
Charging unit can be used to charge USB devices when not plugged into the panel
Charging unit has a LED flashlight built in
Charging unit can be charged from USB, AA, AAA, or Panel
Cons: panels are not flexible (flexible panels are not as efficient)
Summary: the best system to charge AA, AAA, USB, or small DC electronics in the field.
Bonus: Excellent customer service and other products.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gift for husband - he hasn't really 'used' it in a situation but he seems to love it.Published 16 days ago by Rebecca
THIS UNIT HAS KEEP MY PHONE AND GPS CHARGED ON SEVERAL KAYAK TRIPS ALL MY FRIENDS WHISH THEY HAD ONEPublished 10 months ago by Gary M. Zavada
Was great for my mission to Nepal. Charged my phone and other people's phone.Published 15 months ago by Timothy Kim