Goal Zero Nomad 7

Priced: $63.95 - $79.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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With the GOAL ZERO Nomad 7M Solar Panel you can recharge your cell phone as quickly as you can from a wall outlet. Charge your handheld devices through the USB port or DC adapter. The Nomad 7M is 30% smaller and 14 times more powerful than its closest competitor. This lightweight (13 oz.) design is durable, weather resistant, and perfect for use in the city or in the field. Chain up to 4 Nomad 7M Solar Panels together to increase your power collection. Includes a 12V cigarette lighter adapter. Power: 7 watts. Folded size: 6.5" x 9" x 1". Unfolded size: 17" x 9" x 0.50".
Manufacturer model #: 11800.

Fabric:

  • Durable monocrystalline, nylon, and plastic

Manufactured:

  • Made in China

Pockets:

  • Built-in pocket holds your device while it charges

Features:

  • Collects 7 watts of power from the sun to charge small electronic devices
  • US shipments only
  • Use solar power with USB or 12V devices
  • Foldable rugged design
  • Simultaneously charges from different ports
  • Recharge your Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus, smartphone, GPS, or camera in just 2-4 hours; recharge an MP3 player or cell phone in just 1-3 hours
  • Weighs just 12.8 oz. (362 g)
  • Convenient loops let you hang the panel on your pack so you can charge while hiking
  • Daisy-chain up to four Nomad solar panels together for faster charging and more power
  • Capable of charging two devices simultaneously
  • Compatible with Goal Zero Switch 8 Recharger and Guide 10 Plus accessories (not included)
  • Directly charges most USB and 12V devices
  • Weather resistant
  • USB, solar, and mini solar ports
  • Solar charge your cell phone in 1 to 2 hours. Just as fast as the wall.
Backcountry.com (Spring 2014)

You've tried sending smoke signals, but your fire-starting skills kind of suck. Whip out your Goal Zero Nomad 7 Solar Panel, power up, and send messages like a civilized person via your smartphone. Or, if human contact is what you desire, power up your GPS and see how far you are from the closest pub. Or connect the solar panel to your Goal Zero Rock Out portable speaker and dance like no one's watching, because no one is. Small and light enough to tack to your backpack, this clean, Earth-loving power panel goes anywhere you do.


Sierra Trading Post
Goal Zero's Nomad 7 solar panel is ultralight and weather resistant. It allows you to charge handheld USB and 12V devices by using the sun. With its ability to charge two devices simultaneously and to chain multiple panels together for increased voltage, the Nomad 7 brings power to your devices when you need it.

Campsaver.com

The Goal Zero Nomad 7 Solar Panel delivers an ultra-compact yet powerful solar panel that enables you to charge your handheld devices directly from its USB and 12 Volt DC charging ports. 30% smaller than comparable panels and 14 times more powerful than closest competitor. Use with Guide 10 to power your devices when solar is not available.


Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
Harness the power of the sun and recharge your electronics anywhere you go with the super-portable, super-convenient Goal Zero Nomad 7M Solar Panel.
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Ultra lightweight, weather-resistant solar panel enables you to charge handheld USB/12V gear directly from the sun. Use a Goal Zero portable power pack and store power for your gear day or night.


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Cell Type:Monocrystalline
Chainable:Yes
Converting Efficiency:17-18%
Dimensions (folded):9 x 1.5 x 6.5 in (22.9 x 3.8 x 16.5 cm)
Dimensions (unfolded):9 x 1.5 x 17 in (22.9 x 3.8 x 43.2 cm)
Folded dimensions:9.5 x 1.5 x 6.5 in. (24.1 x 3.8 x 16.5. cm)
Goal Zero Switch 8:3-6 hours
Guide 10 Plus:3-6 Hours
Ideal for:Guide 10, Switch 8
Included with Nomad 7:1 X Nomad 7 Solar Panel, 1 x 12V cigarette adapter
Mini Solar Port (2.5mm):6.5V, up to 1.1A (7W max)
Outputs:6mm 12V ports, USB
Packed Size:6 x 9 x 1 in / 16.5 x 2.5 x 24 cm
Power Output:USB, 12V
Power Type:Solar
Power outputs:USB port, 5V (regulated); Mini-solar port, 6-7.5V (not regulated); Solar port, 15V (not regulated)
Solar Capacity:7W
Solar Port (blue, 8mm):15V, up to 0.3A (5W max), regulated
Time To Charge 12V devices (satellite phone, GPS):unknown
Time To Charge USB devices: cell phone, MP3 player:1-3
USB Port:5V, up to 1A (5W max), regulated
Upc, Ean, Isbn:847974001981
Usage:Accessories, GPS, Phones
Warranty:12 months
Weight:0.8 lbs (363 g)
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Reviews:

I typically take this with me when I'm car camping to charge my phone. My phone gets used as a GPS tracker, map, camera, and occasionally call maker when I'm camping/on a road trip, and this can be easier than trying to charge it through the car when I won't be in the car for long. You can hang it up in the morning while you're making breakfast and get an iphone 5 from dead to about 30% in an hour or two, and then leave it on the seat or something to build up the battery during the day, then finish off the charge when you get back to the car.
Use is very simple, just hang it in the sun and leave it there. It has a USB output as well as a 12-volt output, so you can charge most anything.

Brian Bernard at Backcountry.com on 10/28/2013

I like to use the Nomad 7 to charge my phone and portable music device. It does a good job of keeping the charge level where I need it on sunny day, but does not do as well on cloudy days or where the sunlight is dim. There are larger panels that do that. I just attach the Nomad 7 to my backpack or the top of my daughter's carrier and we're off. Good stuff.

Steven Jones at Backcountry.com on 12/03/2013