Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus

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When you're miles away from civilization reach for the Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Recharger to charge your GPS or other electronic device in the field. Ideal for charging smaller USB powered devices, the Guide 10 Plus Recharger doesn't take up much space or add undue weight in your expedition pack. Its compact battery pack can either recharge AA or AAA batteries with the Nomad 7 accessory solar panel (sold separately) or act as a stand-alone recharger with USB power output. Then you can simply power up your phone, MP3, or perk up your tablet in a pinch.


  • Very small, about the size of a cell phone


  • Recharges via mini-USB, or via solar panel in a as little as 6 hours depending on conditions
  • Solar charging input port
  • Charge indicator light
  • Standard USB port
  • Recharge your cell phone 1-3 times per charge
  • Stores power for charging devices day or night
  • Management system Charging and low-battery protection built-in
  • Charges electronics directly via USB output and is capable of charging iPads
  • Compatible with AAA Batteries available separately with a Goal Zero AAA battery purchase
  • Use as a single unit power pack to power your device or as a power source to recharge the batteries for use in any AA battery powered device
  • On-off switch for USB output and LED flashlight
  • Due to federal shipping restrictions regarding products containing lithium batteries, this product cannot be shipped to Canada, Hawaii, Alaska, Catalina Island, Puerto Rico, APO, FPO or international addresses. Thanks for your understanding.
  • Weighs 6.4 oz.
  • Built-in LED flashlight that runs 20+ hours per charge
  • Charge AA batteries from the sun in 1.5 hrs with Nomad 7 solar panel
  • Warranty 6 months
Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus is a battery charger and portable USB power pack.
Charge with any Goal Zero solar panel or USB port.
Recharge your cell phone 1-3 times per charge.
Powerful enough to charge an iPad.
Includes 4 pack of AA rechargeable batteries.

Mountain Gear
The Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Recharger Pack is a go-anywhere, rechargeable battery pack that keeps your handheld gear going strong.

Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
Ultra lightweight USB solar charging system the Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Power Pack fits in your pocket. Now powering iPads!

With the Guide 10 Plus Recharger you have a portable, rugged charging kit as adventurous as you are. Charge AAs from the sun or any USB port, then power your phone, MP3, GPS, or perk up your tablet in a pinch.


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Any USB Power Source:6-10 hours
Battery Capacity:10 Wh (use only NiMH cells)
Capacity:10Wh, 2300mAh
Cell Type:NiMH
Certifications:FCC and CE
Charge Time (Any USB power source):8-10 hours
Charge Time (GOAL ZERO Nomad 3.5):6-8 hours
Charge Time (GOAL ZERO Nomad 7):2-4 hours
Charges:cellphones, smartphones, MP3 players, tablets, e-readers, headlamps, GPS, camera, personal gaming devices, and many more
Dimensions:2.5 x 4 x 0.75 in (6.4 x 10.2 x 1.9 cm)
Ideal for:Phone, GPS
Includes:Guide 10 Power Pack, 4 Pack AA rechargeable batteries
Input:Mini-USB port 5V, 2.5W
Lifecycles:hundreds of cycles
Mini solar port (input):6.5V, up to 1.1A
Nomad 13 Solar Panel:2.5-5 Hours
Nomad 7 Solar Panel:3-6 Hours
Operating Temp.:32-104 F (0-40 C)
Operating usage temp.:32-104 F (0-40 C)
Outputs:Batteries 4 x AA or AAA NiMH cells, USB Standard Port, 100mW white LED Flashlight
Peak Capacity:11Wh (4.8V, 2300mAh)
Power Output:USB, AA/AAA Batts.
Recharge by:USB & Solar
Shelf-life:Keep plugged in, or charge every 3-6 months
Single Cell Equivalent Capacity:9200mAh at 1.2V
USB port (output):5V, up to 1A (5W max), regulated
USB-mini port (input):5V, up to 0.8A (4W max), regulated
Warranty:12 Months
Weight:0.4 lbs (181 g)
Weight (w/batteries):0.4 lbs (181 g)
Weight with batteries:0.4 lbs (0.18 kg)
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Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Reviews:


this is a cool little recharging platform. it's got a negligible weight (pretty much just the batteries) and it's a little smaller than my hand. it charges fairly quickly on a sunny day at 8000 feet with the guide 10, and closer to the estimated times at normal elevations.
my complaint is that it started smoking when i tried to charge my droid razr. the good news is i called goal zero and they overnight delivered a new charging pack and a smart phone adapter as they had reports that certain phones caused issues.
it takes a LONG time to recharge your phone, so you have to be good about charing the batteries all day and recharging your phone at night. i would guess headlamps recharge more quickly, but haven't tried that yet.

Chris Huntley at Backcountry.com on 11/05/2013

I bought it a second time

I used a guide 10 and my Nomad 7 to keep my cell phone charged and my cammera in AA's for a 2 week camping trip. The one thing I would watch out for is if your phone likes to turn itself back on when charging, then you want to charge the batteries, then push to the phone. And if you already have AA rechargables,then you can use this just as multiple boost packs for your phone.
Speedbump the car camper at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2013

I picked up the Guide 10 Recharger in order to have a little juice for my phone when my solar panel wasn't getting any sun. It works well with the Nomad 7 solar panel, but probably my favorite thing about the Guide 10 is that I can fully charge it at home with a USB adapter and have a good amount of juice to start my adventure. Recommended.

Steven Jones at Backcountry.com on 11/11/2013