Just because you prefer living off the grid doesn't mean you want to go back to a hunter-gatherer way of life. Giving you the ability to gather clean, renewable energy when you're at a remote base camp high in the alpine or staying in a yurt tucked away in a remote mountain range, the Nomad 100 Solar Panel is a great way to maintain some of the convenience of modern life while you're out in the wilderness. Being Goal Zero's largest solar panel, the Nomad 100 is by no means a lightweight solar panel for ultralight pursuits--it weighs just over ten pounds and has a solar capacity of 100W, which is 80W more than the next largest panel is Goal Zero's Nomad series. The Nomad 100 will connect to any one of Goal Zero's Sherpa or Yeti portable power stations, and it will even connect to a third-party charge controller via the included MC4 connector.
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