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Goal Zero Boulder 30M Solar Panel

Item # 797632
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Key Features

  • Power and recharges batteries fast

  • Highly efficient solar panel

  • Can be linked to other panels

  • Strong tempered glass with aluminum frame


Our Price   $199.99

Availability: Ships within 24-48 hours

  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
  • Additional discounts do not apply.
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Product Description
goal_zero Maximum energy for the long haul. Power and recharge your battery faster than ever with the technology of this 30-watt highly efficient mono-crystalline solar panel that can be linked to other panels for maximum energy.

Features:
• Collect 30 watts of power from the sun
• Temporary or permanent installation
• Strong tempered glass with aluminum frame
• Charges Extreme 350 power pack in 20-25 hours
• Can be linked together for maximum energy
• Weight: 6 lbs.
• Dimensions: 21" x 18" x 1"

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Goal Zero Boulder 30M Solar Panel
 
4.5

(based on 149 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (100)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (33)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (5)

92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Reliable (27)
  • Fast charge (22)
  • Good value (22)
  • Good power output (20)
  • Long lasting (17)

Cons

  • Pricey / poor value (4)
  • Lacks power (3)

Best Uses

  • Portable electronics (25)
  • Travel (24)
  • Emergency equipment (21)
  • Having around the house (15)
  • Camping (6)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Quality oriented (29), Budget shopper (7), Midrange shopper (5), Professional (4)
    • Primary use:
    • Personal (37), Business (5)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (39)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Excellent Product

I bought this device last October and have used it several times since then. I love the product! It does exactly what it says it will do, can't ask for more than that!...Read complete review

I bought this device last October and have used it several times since then. I love the product! It does exactly what it says it will do, can't ask for more than that! Be aware the product is heavier than it looks, so pay attention to the specified weight if that's a concern for you. It's very simple to maintain, charges well with my Nomad 20 panel and charges iPads and iPhones with ease. I do want to say something about customer service: the first Yeti 150 I received was defective. It wouldn't hold a charge no matter what I did. I emailed customer support and they we're on it right away! I received my new Yeti promptly, paid nothing for the return of the defective unit and have been a satisfied user since! This company stands by their products, so purchase with confidence!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Yeti 150 Good and Bad....

I purchased this for a camping trip to power the aero bed pump. Unfortunately, we needed more AMPs in the AC adapter and found out when we go to the campsite. We did...Read complete review

I purchased this for a camping trip to power the aero bed pump. Unfortunately, we needed more AMPs in the AC adapter and found out when we go to the campsite. We did find it very handy to charge our camera batteries (GoPro, Cannon point and shoot, Samsung waterproof video), iPad, and iPhones throughout the trip. The solar panel worked great to charge the Yeti, so we had enough power throughout our trip. I also tried to use this with my laptop, but again had issues with the AC port not having enough AMPs to charge my laptop. I would recommend this for folks that need to charge camera batteries and charge through USB. It's very small and compact, so it's easy to pack and store. As long as you have light, it seems to charge quickly. If you need to charge a laptop, I would recommend double checking the AMP requriements on your laptop cord against the tech specs of this product before purchasing. I do plan on purchasing additional products from GoalZero because they are durable, reliable, and solar powered.

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5.0

Great to have

By Chela

from Tucson, AZ, United States

Comments about Goal Zero Boulder 30M Solar Panel:

I bought my Goal Zero Yeti 150 a month ago and I love it. I use it everyday to charge my iphone and ipad. At night, I run a 2.5w fan to keep me cool when I sleep. Can't wait to go camping with it. This is a must have item for any solar lover. GV#11

 
5.0

Worked as expected Very easy to use!

By Gabe S

from Derry, NH, United States

Comments about Goal Zero Boulder 30M Solar Panel:

I bought this a month ago for a trip to the our island. It worked great! It recharged, my phone, her phone, and our Lighthouse 250 60% solid mark. I charged the Yeti up the next day with overcast skies to partly cloudy skies using my Nomad 7 and Nomad 20 chained together it Recharged it to 100% solid in a little over 5 hours I was very VERY impressed. Now fast fwd to the next day. We charged both phones the Lighthouse 250 and the iPad I have which was down only to 75% or so.. Next morning was VERY sunny not a cloud in the sky. Now here is my confusion It was down to 40% and 4 hours of Better Sun conditions yieded seemingly very little change in charge state the Yeti charged only to show 60% blining when charging and 60% solid when not charging but Does it seem odd to only grab less than 20% when having better sun? I will charge it up fully tonight and see how it acts. But overall I cannot complain We did use it harder the second day, I do love the product as it worked for us well. I just hope I dont have a bad battery or something after one use, I will look back on this review in September we will be out there for 3 nights and 4 days. That will obviously be a better test on how it holds up and performs. I am thinking of getting a 100W panel to hook to it to charge also. Please note I chose Pricey as it is a little bit But poor value No Its a nice little package that is put together well and as long as It comes around for me its a good unit for what we need

 
5.0

T.V. capacity

By JoeH

from Undisclosed

Comments about Goal Zero Boulder 30M Solar Panel:

Doesn't say so in the specs but it also runs your TV. Ran my 15inch LCD for about 8 hours on a full charge.

 
5.0

Awesome Portable Go-To Daily Use Generator

By sourpatchadults

from Pasadena, CA, United States

Comments about Goal Zero Boulder 30M Solar Panel:

This is an impeccable source of power. While not just super convenient and valuable on camping trips for charging phones, lights, etc, this highly reliable and easily chargeable generator is a great balance between price and power and portability even from daily use around the house further prolonging its shelf life. Using a few pairs of Boulder 15's clipped and chained together that I leave conveniently on my balcony I'm able to charge and use for a variety of devices, laptops, and small appliances to help conserve on power throughout the week. Highly recommended!

 
5.0

Yeti 150 works great!

By JacoBobo

from Albuquerque, NM, United States

Comments about Goal Zero Boulder 30M Solar Panel:

Used my Yeti 150 camping for the first time last weekend, paired with 4 Boulder 15 panels mounted on a GZ tripod. We charged 3 phones, Rockout 2 speaker and some other miscellaneous things. At one point, the Yeti was down to 20% by the morning, but having 60 watts worth of panels charged it back to full in just a few hours, very impressive. This is my first experience using solar to camp with (we have a popup camper but rarely camp anywhere we can plug in) and I'm a convert. I own a # of GZ products and love them all. Living in NM, solar is no brainer and GZ makes it very easy to get off the grid while camping.

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