Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit

7.5/10 AVG.
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  • Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit
  • Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit
  • Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit
  • Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit
  • Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit
  • Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit
  • Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit
  • Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit
  • Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit

Specs / Features


Includes Goal Zero Sherpa 100 power pack, Nomad 20 watt solar panel, and Sherpa Inverter | 100 watt bolt-on inverter included | 2 USB outputs | 12 Volt output included | Laptop port and tips included

Includes Goal Zero Sherpa 100 power pack, Nomad 20 watt solar panel, and Sherpa Inverter | 100 watt bolt-on inverter included | 2 USB outputs | 12 Volt output included | Laptop port and tips included

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Specification

Brand Goal Zero
Model 42011
Size 33 x 15 cm (13 x 5.9 in)

Reviews (7.5/10 Avg. rating)


Portable Solar Gadgets

The ultimate charging gadget

from Portable Solar Gadgets

In the end, the Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Portable Solar Charging Kit is the ultimate charging gadget! This kit impressed us a lot because of its powerful charging capabilities and its unlimited options. No matter what device you have, the kit will get it charged in a very quick amount of time. The du...More

In the end, the Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Portable Solar Charging Kit is the ultimate charging gadget! This kit impressed us a lot because of its powerful charging capabilities and its unlimited options. No matter what device you have, the kit will get it charged in a very quick amount of time. The durability and portability of the kit also impressed us a lot. You can take it everywhere and anywhere without worrying about damaging it.

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The Wirecutter

Too much to spend for the average weekend adventure

from The Wirecutter

The Sherpa 100 is too much to spend for the average weekend adventure. But if your weekends take place at Everest base camp, Peace Corps, or long sailing trips, splurging for a myriad of output options may be worth it.

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The Sherpa 100 is too much to spend for the average weekend adventure. But if your weekends take place at Everest base camp, Peace Corps, or long sailing trips, splurging for a myriad of output options may be worth it.

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Wired

Primed for the tech-loving trail-hugger and the digital wanderers

from Wired

To understand the real value of this piece of equipment, unpack not-so-subtle hint in the ruggedized chassis: the Sherpa is made for outdoor travel. It’s primed for the tech-loving trail-hugger and the digital wanderers—anyone with myriad electronic devices who’s often away from...More

To understand the real value of this piece of equipment, unpack not-so-subtle hint in the ruggedized chassis: the Sherpa is made for outdoor travel. It’s primed for the tech-loving trail-hugger and the digital wanderers—anyone with myriad electronic devices who’s often away from wall sockets for long periods. Nature photographers, journalists, backpackers. Or just the guy with the satellite hotspot who can’t bear missing out on World Cup coverage, even when he’s summiting Annapurna I.

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TreeHugger

Integrates a lot of features, and plenty of power, into a relatively small size

from TreeHugger

With the included AC cord, the Sherpa 100 can be charged from a standard wall outlet in about 3 hours, via a car 12V plug in about 4 hours, or it can be charged using a solar panel, such as the Nomad 20, which will fully recharge it in about 10 hours. Once charged, the Sherpa 100 can be used to c...More

With the included AC cord, the Sherpa 100 can be charged from a standard wall outlet in about 3 hours, via a car 12V plug in about 4 hours, or it can be charged using a solar panel, such as the Nomad 20, which will fully recharge it in about 10 hours. Once charged, the Sherpa 100 can be used to charge devices with the included 12V adapter, or with the included laptop charging cord (with a set of the most common laptop power tips), as well as the standard USB ports. A sturdy cable on the rear of the unit can be used to secure or hang the device while charging or while traveling, and the Sherpa 100 is capable of being chained to additional units to extend the capacity.

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Amazon.com Reviews Summary

155 from Amazon.com

155 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.3 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

8.6/10

Amazon.ca Reviews Summary

2 from Amazon.ca

2 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 5 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.

10/10

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