Goal 0 Escape 150 Products

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Developed by an entrepreneur who recognized the need for portable power in the remote regions of the Congo, Goal Zero products are rapidly gaining popularity with hunters, backpackers and adventurers around the world. Field-proven in the most remote regions, these portable power devices are smart, reliable power solutions that will change the way you explore and travel.
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Great for Car Camping

I paired the Escape 150 Power Pack with the Escape 30 Solar Briefcase and a pair of O2 Cool Portable Tent Fans to keep my boys and me cool during a Cub Scout camp in sweltering central Alabama. I was careful not to draw any power until we settled-in for the evening at ~2100 hours. Those two fans kept spinning (and my iPhone kept charging) until 0620. I was happy with little more than 8-hours of power. The Power Pack would not provide any power out until it was charged to ~50% capacity. Wish Goal Zero would have included some documentation with the Power Pack so I would have known that. I also wish I would have known what the power on/off switch does (apparently it only governs the inverter and does not govern the 12V DC out). It would have been nice to have some documentation about that. We were fairly remote, so all cell phones kept draining as they were searching for signal... but my friends and I were able to plug-in when we got low on power. That was nice. I also got a bunch of questions from other adults when they saw the solar panel briefcase... and my friends overheard other folks talking about "some guy who brought a solar power set-up." I thought that was pretty neat. All-told, I'm happy. I just wish Goal Zero would provide a little more information with/about their products.
DadinTX at Cabelas on 06/15/2013

escape 30 briefcase and 150 battery/inverter

I like the escape 30 solar briefcase except it is a stand alone unit and can not be directly daiseychained to another briefcase or another goal zero solar panel. you have to buy a cable that allows you to plug in up to four units into the female receiver then plug the male end of the cable into the battery/inverter. the battery and briefcase work well together and seem to be a good purchase. i have not used for extended time. i am sure nature will give me a power outage this summer and i think the units will be okay. i recommend the units.
baiii3000 at Cabelas on 03/19/2013