Goal Zero Yeti 200X Solar Kit With Nomad 20

Goal Zero Yeti 200X Solar Kit With Nomad 20
Goal Zero Yeti 200X Solar Kit With Nomad 20
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Yeti 200X Solar Kit With Nomad 20 by Goal Zero
Goal Zero's Yeti 200X Solar Kit With Nomad 20 keeps you powered up at your campsites. Charge the Yeti 200X at home before you head out or charge it on the go with the Nomad 20 Solar Panel. The Yeti 200X has a handle for easy transport and can be used to charge laptops, lights, cameras, and phones, or even power a portable fridge for up to 10 hours. Multiple output types allow you to maximize your charging capabilities. Charge the Yeti 200X every 3-6 months so you're always ready to hit the road. The Nomad 20 can be chained with other Goal Zero solar panels or used by itself to charge smaller USB devices. An adjustable kickstand lets you angle the Nomad 20 to pick up the most sunlight possible.

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SKU: GZRG01T
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