|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 9.5 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||41022|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||41022|
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Goal Zero 41022 Guide 10 Plus Solar Recharging Kit
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- Directly charge a smartphone in 1 hour
- Charge up removable AA/AAA batteries from USB or sun
- Built-in LED light runs for 150+ hours per charge
- Kit includes Nomad 7 solar panel and Guide 10 Plus power pack
- 4 AA rechargeable batteries included
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Guide 10 Plus Solar Kit
With the Guide 10 Plus Recharger and Nomad 7 Solar Panel you have a portable, rugged charging kit as adventurous as you are. Charge AAs from the sun or any USB port, then power your phone, MP3, GPS, or perk up your tablet in a pinch.
Recharge by: USB or Solar.
Power Output: USB, AA/AAA Batteries.
Ideal for: Phones, GPS, Headlamp, smaller USB devices.
Kit Includes: Guide 10 Plus & Nomad 7.
Weight: 1.2 pound.
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Some Additional Information:
The product numbers on these items (Nomad 7 and Guide 10) keep changing, as do only one or some of their specifications but is other cases they are identical, which can be very confusing for customers. The old Nomad 7 did not have the large zip-lock pocket at the back of one of the panels and the Guide 10 had some over-heating problems which were SUPPOSED TO (BUT DOESN'T APPEAR TO (SEE BELOW)) BE CORRECTED IN THE GUIDE 10 PLUS SERIES! The mini-solar port output of the Nomad 7 was 6.0-6.5V 1.0A max (6W) non-regulated but in more recent models it is 6.5 x 1.1A max (7W) non-regulated. The older Nomad 7 was stated to be optimally operated at temperatures of 0-120oF (-17-48oC), but there is no mention of this in the latest Nomad 7 (or 13) panels. So if you plan to use them in hot or very cold conditions/countries it is better to choose a panel which is stated to optimally function at these extreme temperatures (check with the production company/supplier). Only the latest Nomad 7 panels can be daisy-chained together, if you want to do so.
a) The Nomad 7 solar panel is only useful when you have strong sunlight,
b) it's far too expensive,
c) it's relatively heavy (13 oz) given its low output,and
d) the 6.5V 1.0/1.1A un-regulated output to the Guide 10 results in unacceptably hot batteries which will therefore shorten their lives (I don't know why Goal Zero opted to have an un-regulated outlet!Read more ›
Pretty simple. Panels charge the battery pack, battery pack charges the electronics (like the iPhone). One thing I really like about this is the small size. That and the fact that I can recharge my Sanyo Eneloop batteries with this panel and the Guide 10 pack. I have many, many of these batteries for use in my Canon camera flashes.
Goal zero does warn that you must have strong sun and the panel positioned correctly to be able to charge an iPhone with the panel itself (without the battery pack). With that said, the first time I had it out I disconnected the Guide 10 and tried to charge my iPhone 5 directly from the USB output on the panel. Worked just fine. If the sun was behind the clouds, or the panel was positioned incorrectly, then I would get a message on my phone saying the accessory might not be supported, or something like that.
Bottom line, it works as advertised. It's a small panel with enough power to charge an iPhone 5 directly. In less than optimal conditions, just charge the AA battery pack and charge from that. That's what it was designed for, anyway, I believe.
I'll be buying a Nomad 13 after this positive experience.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The batteries don't stay charged on this thing. I like the solar panel to charge my electronics though. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Anthony
I purchased this a year ago for use on a couple backcountry hunting trips. It advertises as being able to recharge the battery pack in several hours and has enough power to... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Bockly
I also bought the goal zero lamps(2 of them) with this. Took them camping. This solar panel changed up the lamps (which were at half life) and a tablet in 4 hours, full sun.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Was really Excited to get this item before my back packing trip.
My daughter lost my last one and needed another. Read more
gave to my sister who is big camper. she loves it. even uses it in her house against a window when she is home to charge her phone and not use power outletPublished 2 months ago by K*V
The panel did not really meet my expectations as far as output goes. Basically a trickle charge for my Samsung S4. It definitely works! But barely. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeremy Beard