Goal Zero Nomad 5 Solar Panel

Goal Zero Nomad 5 Solar Panel
Goal Zero Nomad 5 Solar Panel
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Nomad 5 Solar Panel by Goal Zero
Setting up for a long weekend in the woods' You won't have to worry about losing juice on your speaker, camera, or phone when you've got this solar panel in tow. Rugged enough for extended outdoor use and easy to place at the most effective angle, it keeps you from risking a dead car battery.

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SKU: GZR004X
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