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Goal Zero Boulder 100 Briefcase, 100 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panel

goal zero boulder 100 briefcase, 100 watt monocrystalline solar panel

Goal Zero Boulder 100 Watt Solar Panel Briefcase
A highly efficient portable solar panel totaling 100 watts, in an easy-to-carry briefcase form. Features a 5 foot cable to connect directly to Goal Zero products.

Built for Portability and Durability
Features a rigid, lightweight aluminum frame and sturdy tempered glass. Includes a built-in handle for easy carrying.

Removable Kickstands
Collapsible kickstand makes it easy to set up wherever you need it and helps optimize solar angle.

Optional Chainability
Pair the Boulder 100 Solar Panel Briefcase with Goal Zero’s easy to use Combiner Cables to chain additional panels together and collect more power from the sun.

Canvas Carrying Case Included
Protect your solar panel during travel or storage with the included canvas carrying case.

US Based Solutions Center Team
Our friendly customer service team is located onsite in at our headquarters in Utah. These power experts are knowledgeable and easy to reach by phone, email, or online chat.

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Kogalla Solar Storage Bank

Kogalla Solar Storage Bank

The SSB integrates an ultra-slim, 10,000 mAh power pack with a rugged 22 Watt, foldable solar array into a compact, lightweight, easy-to-carry unit. The SSB also includes a USB light and cables in an attached zippered pouch. The Kogalla Solar Storage Bank has several distinct advantages over the numerous solar panels and power banks on the market. Integrating the solar panel array with the storage bank makes the unit super-easy to set up. Just unfold and place it in the sun. Kogalla also matches the solar panel array to the storage bank which maximizes energy harvest, and ensures uninterrupted operation. Even in low-sun conditions, the unit will harvest energy without fear of the charging connection shutting off. If the sun is blocked for a period, the SSB will automatically resume charging when the sun returns. You'll never return after a long day to find that a passing cloud terminated your charging cycle fifteen minutes after leaving camp.

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