Goal Zero Guide 10 Solar Recharging Kit

Priced: $99.95 - $124.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Goal Zero Guide 10 Solar Recharging Kit -
The GOAL ZERO Guide 10 Plus Solar Recharging Kit includes the Guide 10 Plus Battery Pack and the Nomad 7 Solar Panel. With this kit you can charge your cell phone, GPS, iPodĀ®, and other handheld electronic devices directly from the Nomad 7 Solar Panel in just a few hours. Or, recharge your handheld device using the Guide 10 Plus Battery Pack in only two hours; you can even recharge it via USB. Should you choose, you can chain up to 4 Nomad 7 Solar Panels together to increase your solar power collection. The Guide 10 Plus will recharge your cell phone 1-3 times and power up your tablet, too. The Guide 10 Plus Battery Pack can be used to charge 4 AA batteries (included) or AAA batteries to be used in any AA or AAA battery-powered device, like cameras and flashlights. A built-in LED flashlight on the Guide 10 Plus Battery Pack will last for 150 hours before needing a recharge! The included Nomad 7 Solar Panel folds into a tough, lightweight size, with a pre-attached recharging cord and DC cord. Other features include a built-in USB port and DC port adapter cord. Folded size: 6.5" x 9" x 1". Unfolded size: 17" x 9" x 0.50". Manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty.
Manufacturer model #: 41022.

Pockets:

  • Nomad 7M solar panel has a built-in pocket to hold your device while it charges and convenient loops to hang the panel on your pack to charge while you hike

Features:

  • Directly charge a smartphone in 1 hour
  • Use as a power source to recharge batteries for use in AA or AAA battery-powered devices (AA and AAA compatible)
  • Recharge your cell phone 1-3 times per charge of the Guide 10 Power Pack USB and 12V output
  • Charge up the Guide 10 Plus Power Pack with the Nomad 7M Solar Panel in 1.5 hr. or via USB in 6 hr.
  • Includes Guide 10 Plus Power Pack, Nomad 7M Solar Panel, AAA battery insert, ultra charge solar cord, and 12V cigarette adapter
  • Charges up in about two hours from solar panel
  • Standard USB, mini USB, and solar charging ports
  • Easy to set up
  • Foldable, rugged design, and weather resistant
  • Just add sun. Small and compact enough to carry with you always and power up anywhere
  • More Angry Birds! Power up your tablet for 25% longer
  • Small footprint
  • Comes with 4 rechargeable AA NiMH batteries
  • Charge up removable AA/AAA batteries from USB or sun
  • Add more Goal Zero Nomad 7 panels to charge faster
  • Guide 10 Plus functions as a power pack and a battery charger: recharges cell phone, camera, GPS, iPod, and other USB-powered devices including iPads
  • Rugged folding monocrystalline Nomad 7 solar panel
  • On-off switch for USB output and LED flashlight
  • Never buy batteries again. Recharge up the AA or AAA batteries right from the sun
  • Handy built-in LED flashlight to help you search in your dark backpack or purse
  • Keep your power hungry phone juiced and ready for you to use
  • 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.
  • Quiet operation
  • Built-in LED flash light runs for 150+ hours per charge
Backcountry.com (Fall 2013)

The ultra compact and convenient Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Recharging Kit is a rechargeable battery pack and the Nomad 7 folding solar panel for powering up your handheld electronics anywhere the sun shines. The pack also has standard USB and mini USB ports for charging up using your laptop or other electronic. The AA or AAA batteries charge up in two hours via the solar panels or six hours via the USB. It takes about an hour to directly charge up your smartphone, so when you're off the grid geographically you can stay connected. Whether it's to upload jungle-themed selfies or call for search and rescue when you've had enough, power sure is nice to have.

The super-durable and rugged solar panel withstands use and abuse, wet weather and being stepped on. Not that you would step on it, but you could. Both the battery pack and solar panel are so compact, the pack nearly pocket size and the panel the size of a notebook, for ultra portability.


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FEATURES of the Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Solar Recharging Kit.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Solar Recharging Kit.

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The Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Mobile Kit includes four rechargeable AA batteries. Use them in the battery pack to power your USB devices or take batteries out and power your headlamp or remote control. To plug in any small USB powered devices to the battery pack or into the solar panel to recharge them anywhere. Powerful enough to handle Smartphone, readers and tablets.
It is handy and bright built-in LED light is always with you on the top of the battery pack. It can be used to find things in your dark backpack or purse. The light runs for over 150 hours before needing a charge. Charge from Solar with 3.5 Watts of charging power this solar panel will charge the battery pack in about 6-8 hours. The mono-crystalline solar panel is the most efficient solar panel on the market.
Small and Compact folded up it is about the size of a novel. It can open up and charge from your dashboard or backpack. Really just throw it out wherever you may be. Convenient zippered pouch pocket on the back of the panel to store the battery pack while charging up or keeping pack and cord neatly organized.


Cabelas
When you're in a bind and your battery drops to low, power up with the Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Solar Recharging Kit. For MP3 players, GPS, cell phones, etc., you won't be out of luck should your battery run out. Keep your AA or AAA batteries going strong using either the sun or any USB port. You can directly charge a Smartphone in one hour. The built-in LED light runs for 150+ hours per charge.
Unfolded: 9"H x 17"W x 1.5"D.
Folded: 9"H x 6.5"W x 1.5"D.

Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
The Guide 10 Plus Solar Recharging Kit is an ultra lightweight USB solar charging system small enough to travel with you anywhere.
Campsaver.com

With the Goal Zero Guide 10 Adventure Kit you can go-anywhere, rechargeable battery pack keeps your handheld gear going strong. Charge AA/AAA batteries from the sun or any USB port, then power your phone, MP3, GPS, or perk up your tablet in a pinch.


WestMarine.com
Use with most USB powered devices and all devices using AA/AAA batteries. The Guide 10 Plus is best used with your smaller USB power devices.

Go-anywhere, rechargeable battery pack keeps your handheld gear going strong. Charge AA/AAA batteries 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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Batteries:4 x AA or AAA** NiMH cells
Cell Area:0.0199 m2
Cell Type:Monocrystalline
Certifications:FCC and CE
Converting Efficiency:17-18%
Flashlight:100mW white LED, 100+ hours
Guide 10 Plus: Batteries:4 x AA or AAA NiMH cells
Guide 10 Plus: Battery Capacity:10 Wh, use only NiMH cells
Guide 10 Plus: Certifications:FCC and CE
Guide 10 Plus: Charge Time:Any USB Power Source: 8-10 hours Goal Zero Nomad 3.5 (solar port): 6-8 hours
Guide 10 Plus: Flashlight:100mW white LED, 100+ hours
Guide 10 Plus: Life-span:hundreds of cycles
Guide 10 Plus: Optimal Operating Temp:32-104 F (0-40 C)
Guide 10 Plus: Solar port:6.5V, 1.5A max (7W)
Guide 10 Plus: USB Standard Port:5.0V, 1.0A max (5W)
Guide 10 Plus: USB-mini port:5V, 0.7A max (3.5W)
Guide 10 dimensions:2.5 x 4 x 0.75 in. (6 x 10 x 2 cm); weight
Nomad 3.5 Solar Panel: Cell Type:Monocrystalline
Nomad 3.5 Solar Panel: Charge Time:Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus: 6-8 hours Cell phone, MP3 player: 2-5 hours
Nomad 3.5 Solar Panel: Solar Panel:Rated Wattage: 3.5W
Nomad 7M Solar Panel dimensions:folded, 6.5 x 9.5 x 1.5 in. (16.5 x 24.1 x 3.8 cm); unfolded, 19 x 9 x 0.1 in. (48 x 23 x 0.25 cm); weight
Open-circuit voltage:6.5-7V
Optimal Operating Temp:32-104 F (0-40 C)
Outputs:6mm 12V ports, USB
Power Type:Power Pack, Solar
Solar Port (for Guide 10):6-6.5V, 0.5A max (3.0W), not regulated
Solar port:6.5V, 1.5A max (7W)
Time To Charge 12V devices (satellite phone, GPS):Unknown
Time To Charge USB devices: cell phone, MP3 player:1-3 hours
USB Port:5V, 0.5A max (2.5W), linear regulated
USB Standard Port:5.0V, up to 1.0A (5W)
USB-mini port:5V, up to 0.8A max (4W)
Upc, Ean, Isbn:847974001998
Usage:Accessories, GPS, Phones, Tablets
Weight:Guide 10 Plus: 0.4 lbs / 0.18 kg (With Batteries) Nomad 3.5 Solar Panel: 0.5lbs (0.22kg)
Weight w/Batteries:0.4 lbs (0.18 kg)
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Goal Zero Guide 10 Solar Recharging Kit Reviews:

Reviews:

Great backup power

Purchased this for keeping GPS and flashlight batteries charged for a 7 day elk hunt in the mountains. So far have been using it around home to keep iPad, iPhone, GPS etc powered and save battery. Saved me one time I had no phone left and needed to coordinate picking up the 'young hunters' with my wife. It has been great charging on over cast days as well as bright sunny days. I have been able to use it in two manners, #1 right off the solar panel to extend battery(or to power when no battery) and #2 to charge the intermediate Guide 10 battery charger. I'll note for iPhones and the like - it may not charge directly as the current is unstable or Apple doesn't recognize it as a 'certified' device. Hence charging to the Guide 10 and then to the iPad/iPhone is a much quicker and more stable charge - I just keep a few sets of NiMH batteries charging when ever, and I always can get a charge up in an hour or two. Great buy, nice size, and convenience of charging Guide 10 when you can, for when you need it.
RedDogHunter at Cabelas on 10/08/2013

this is a great, light, compact, well thought-out product. it's got lots of loops for multiple hanging options to maximize charge, and it packs up small when you don't need it. it charges faster than advertised on a sunny day at elevation, and is about as advertised at sea level (slower or faster depending on a bunch of factors).
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.
but it works and there aren't many other ways to recharge stuff in the bc.

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

This charger is pretty awesome. It gets the job done. It will charge your phone or other small electronics. Having the battery charger is nice for extended trips. You can recharge batteries to use in headlamps or a GPS unit. Having the batter charger double as a re charger is nice for recharging electronics when there is not enough sunlight. The lashing loops are great for lashing it to your pack so you can charge on the go
The biggest thing problem you will run into is positioning the panels to get maximum power. But after a little practice you will get used to it.
Over all this is a good charger for on the trail. If you have small electronics you need to keep charged this is the charger for you.

Pat Gunning at Backcountry.com on 11/09/2013

This is such a good thing! It does exactly what it says; it's light weight, takes a licking, and can literally save your life. And, you get to live guilt free with renewable energy. This is one of the best purchases I've ever made. I use it in the city and the wilderness and when the zombie apocalypse arrives, I'll be living comfortably with music and light!

Emily Jenson at Backcountry.com on 11/03/2013

Awesome piece of gear!

Casey Cazeaux at Backcountry.com on 12/22/2013