Goal Zero Nomad 50 Solar Panel

Goal Zero Nomad 50 Solar Panel
Goal Zero Nomad 50 Solar Panel
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Nomad 50 Solar Panel by Goal Zero
Increase your weekend camping charging capabilities with Goal Zero's Nomad 50 Solar Panel. The foldable design is still plenty durable to hold up during all of your adventures. The USB and solar outputs give you plenty of charging options and for faster charging, you can chain multiple Goal Zero panels together. This size is ideal for charging laptops and other essentials, and can even run a portable fridge. Charge up a Goal Zero power pack (sold separately) so you can use the power later. The hanging loops on this panel allow you to hang it from vehicles and tents so you can stay connected wherever you are.

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SKU: GZRG01J
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