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Goal Zero 39002 Silver/Black Large Extreme 350 Adventure Kit


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  • Extreme 350 adventure kit includes the Goal Zero extreme 350 power pack, extreme UI, and boulder 30 watt solar panel
  • Store 350 watts of power with the Extreme 350 power pack
  • Charge multiple devices via USB, 12 volt and AC outputs with included inverter
  • Boulder 30 watt solar panel is made from strong tempered glass with aluminum frame
  • Power a laptop for an additional 10 hours and can recharge an iPad up to 15 times
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Technical Details
BrandGoal Zero
Model39002
Item Weight33.8 pounds
Product Dimensions21 x 5 x 18 inches
Item model number39002
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Exterior Silver, Black
Manufacturer Part Number39002
Wattage350 watts
  
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ASINB004N5HAOW
Best Sellers Rank #434,167 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight41.6 pounds
ShippingCurrently, 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.
Date First AvailableJune 17, 2010
  
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Leave the fuel and noise of the generator behind and pick up this 26 pounds silent, solar power pack with universal inverter included. It is designed for base camps, cabins, or long-stay environments. Charge via wall, Boulder 30 solar panel or car adapter. Use as a primary source of power for lighting, cooling, and running multiple devices. Stack up three additional Extreme 350 power packs and get a total of 1,400 watt-hours of power.

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It is easy to set up.
Linda Loosli
That's when it got interesting: I tried contacting Goal Zero for help with their broken product.
Matt V.
It's a little heavy but I love all the free energy it collects for my mobile gadets.
Hank

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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Matt V. on December 29, 2012
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Power Outages happen. Usually at the worst time.

If you remember the images of people trying to recover after Hurricane Sandy, you understand the difference a power source can make by allowing for re-charging of cell phones and other electronic devices.

More than that, I liked the idea of having a power source that could get re-charged by the power of the sun, rather than using a loud (and often unreliable) generator that required a supply of fossil fuel.

While you could put together a kit yourself (the "DIY" way) by using a solar panel, charge controller, deep cycle battery and inverter, I was intrigued by the seemingly complete Goal Zero Large Extreme 350 Adventure Kit.

A 30 Watt Solar panel would be sufficient to charge the battery in the power pack during a normal, sunny day. The Extreme 350 power pack was supposed to store 350 Watt of power and the different available outlets on the unit or the inverter offered flexibility to connect and re-charge devices via the USB port (iPhone), 12V DC port (Laptop with 12V power supply) and even 110V AC devices like a pump etc. Just what I was looking for.

Before I made the purchase, I checked with the folks at Goal Zero to make sure the unit was protected against over-charging and reverse charging (rather important features) and proceeded once I had confirmation.

When the unit arrived, I unpacked it right away and wanted to get it charged up.

A sunny day provided direct sunlight, the Boulder 30 panel was adjusted to just the right angle as per the instructions, both the blue power LED and green charging LED lit up and the LCD display started blinking the "20" symbol. That was it. The display didn't change for 2 days, but went blank when I unplugged it.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By D. Fox on February 17, 2012
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I have several Goal Zero products and I am thoroughly pleased with all of them. I use the Goal Zero 350 power pack to charge many portable devices and power my Traeger grill (requires power to operate). It takes a good while to charge this power pack with one solar panel. The solar panel that comes in the package is 30 watts and the power pack is 350 watt hours, so some simple math says that in perfect conditions it's going to take at least 12 hours of full sun to accomplish 0-100% charge cycle. I have several Goal Zero panels and string them all together (very easy to do with their products) and my power pack charges in 6-8 hours (winter sun angles and partly cloudy). VERY GOOD PRODUCTS. You have to understand the limits of a battery... You aren't going to be able to run really power hungry devices, but for what this is designed to do, it does it VERY WELL and is EASY to use. I wish they were less expensive, I'd be able to buy more and chain the batteries together.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By JB on September 10, 2012
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I like this product and got it for use around the house to charge things like laptops cell phones and other portable electronics and as an emergency power source. I had considered the Xantrex Xpower Powerpack 600HD Portable Power Source which is a lot cheaper than the Goal Zero Extreme 350 and also more versatile but I wanted to try the 350 for myself. I like the overall design although the inverter could use some work. The inverter is annoyingly loud and when I received it it was cracked open, not broken just dislodged, I was able to snap it back in place but it's very cheaply made. I wish the extreme 350 had built in usb ports or all the ports were built in without having to attached the inverter and a quieter less annoying fan with maybe a heat sink to limit the fans usage. The 350 appears to be reliable and lasts as long as it is rated for based on continuous usage. I tested it with a device that uses 90 watts continuously and the 350 ran for about 3.5 hrs which isn't bad at all.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By David K Hines on November 3, 2012
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No instructions, manuals, or any connecting cable came with this unit. Solar panel has no connector, power invertor has no cable, unit is useless to me. Trying to contact amazon is worse than contacting the Pres. Even GoalZero has ignored my plee. Amazon, if you even read these, how bout contacting me or at least complete my order. Ps. Retuning item is difficult. Amazon has it listed as hazardous material. UPS delivered it.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Linda Loosli on February 6, 2012
I purchased the Goal Zero Extreme 350 Adventure Kit. It is awesome. I totally recommend it. I teach Food Storage and Emergency Preparedness Classes. It is easy to set up. It is easy to use. It works great!!!! I have also purchased Goal Zero's Solar flash lights. They work great. i never need batteries again. They are crank & solar run. I have 4 of the lights. One light will light up your living room. You might need two if the room is large. Goal Zero is the best!!!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. Martin on August 13, 2013
We purchased this for work to use with outdoor events. When it arrived we tested it to see if the battery was full or if it needed charging. It was dead, so I plugged it up overnight and decided to check it in the morning. When I got to work I unplugged it and turned it on. SMOKE immediately began to pour out of the inverter which was attached to the battery. I grabbed it and ran outside, afraid to set off the smoke alarms in the building. I'm so glad I did! once I got outside red smoke began pouring out of the top and then FLAMES. After a few minutes it stopped, leaving the side of the inverted melted. Save yourself the headache and SKIP IT!
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