The Goal Zero Nomad 7 Plus is an updated version of the Goal Zero Nomad 7. Most solar panels on the market are classically huge and not really portable. Goal Zero’s new product Nomad 7 Plus looks very small and thin, weighing only 363g. It is a very useful piece of equipment for campers and outdoor adventurists. At 7W 1,4 Amp maximum output, the Goal Zero Nomad 7 Plus is very effective for its size and it is easily the simplest panel to transport. You can charge smartphones, cameras, Tablets and other USB devices or power banks off the grid with this Solar Panel from Goal Zero. The major difference between this panel and others is the Maximum Power Point Tracking controller. The controller helps optimize the output from the solar panels for the battery being charged, particularly given variances due to light and shadow encountered during charging. The measure is 6.5 x 8.75-inches. Nomad 7 Plus charges power packs at a higher speed than its predecessor Nomad 7. The Goal Zero Nomad 7 solar panel will certainly help you in any situation, you won’t be disappointed. I want to share my test results with this item. Basically, the Nomad 7 Plus fully charged my old iPhone 4S in just about 2 hours. Moreover, during the testing day, the sky was full of clouds, hence the charger was not showing a full four bars of charging, yet it was still insanely effective. Having a single charging output, which is a USB port with an intuitive power meter built-in, helps you angle the panel just right to be able to absorb every possible bit of sunlight. It has illuminated dots that indicate charge output strength. This item is equipped with a kickstand that is magnetically-removable. It is very useful to catch the best possible angle. In case you feel like the kickstand is too heavy, simply take it off and leave it at home. Without the kickstand, the weight of the item goes down to 9.3 ounces. One more amazing feature is that it is capable of attaching on the outside of your backpack with its included carabiner. And moreover, when you remove the kickstand off it, it becomes a size of a cardboard, and is incredibly easy to carry and attach. The included foot-long cord is definitely more than enough in length in order to be capable of connecting to your pocket electronics and handheld items, so you can hike and charge your electric devices simultaneously. The Nomad 7 Plus is a compact solar panel that is capable of charging almost all of your electronic devices, and it has a modified maximum power point tracker to automatically regulate output. To conclude, this is a slick little solar panel, being very effective and quick at charging your electronic devices, and it is incredibly simple to use thanks to its intuitive metering and design. I think that it is one of the best options for those looking for a portable item that will be capable of recharging their phones and other small electronics, or store energy in small batteries for later use.
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  • 🌟Solar capacity 7W (8-9V)
  • 🌟USB Port: 5V, up to 1.4 A (1400 mA)(7W max)
  • 🌟Weight: (363g)
  • 🌟Cell type monocrystalline
  • 🌟Ideal for: Tablets, Laptops, Digital camera, Smartphone, Headlamp
  • 🌟Chainable: Yes
  • 🌟In the box: 1 x Nomad 7 Solar Panel, 1 x Removable Kickstand/Zippered Pouch


  • ✔ Switch 10: 2.5-5 hours
  • ✔ Flip 10: 2.5-5 hours
  • ✔ Flip 20: 5-10 hours
  • ✔ Venture 30: 8-16 hours