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Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter
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Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter
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Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter

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Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter-Power your laptop from the sun. Ultra-portable power supply for laptops, tablets, DVD players and more. Paired with durable solar panel for endless power.


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Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - This kit has the Nomad 13 Solar panel, Sherpa 50 power pack and the Sherpa inverter. Battery life won't be a problem with the Nomad 13 Solar Panel. Keep phones, cameras, even tablets charged with the power of the sun. Use with a Goal Zero Portable Power Pack to charge your gear day or night. The Sherpa 50 power pack isa lightweight power supply to keep laptops and tablets charged up anywhere you go. The Sherpa 50 Recharger is easy to pack and light to carry so your gear now goes the same distance you do and quickly recharges from wall, car or sun. The Sherpa Inverter allow you totake your wall outlet with you. The Sherpa Inverter (110V) quickly and easily turns your Sherpa Power Pack into a convenient wall plug so you can power most laptops, tablets and camera batteries wherever life takes you.

  • Nomad 12: 13W Solar, USB power output, Weight 1.6 lbs
  • Sherpa 50 Power Pack: Recharge by AC/12V/Solar, USB/12V?AC powe output, Weight: 1.2 lbs
  • Sherpa Inverter: Sidecar Port Input, AC Inverter Output, Weight: 0.35 lbs

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Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - Black
 
4.6

(based on 110 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (79)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (23)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (4)

94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Reliable (36)
  • Good power output (34)
  • Good value (33)
  • Fast charge (31)
  • Long lasting (30)

Cons

  • Charges slowly (6)
  • Pricey / poor value (3)

Best Uses

  • Travel (41)
  • Portable electronics (39)
  • Emergency equipment (29)
  • Having around the house (22)
  • High-end equipment (13)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Quality oriented (43)
    • Primary use:
    • Personal (35), Business (11)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (43), Yes (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Better than goat curds

It's not often that I find myself mapping 1300 year old villages, but when I do, Goal Zero, coffee, and goat cheese curds powers my day. Pictured here is the Sherpa 50...Read complete review

It's not often that I find myself mapping 1300 year old villages, but when I do, Goal Zero, coffee, and goat cheese curds powers my day. Pictured here is the Sherpa 50 battery with the Nomad 27 panel linked to a Topcon total station. In this section I will focus on the Sherpa 50 battery.
For a little bit of context, I conduct archaeological research in remote regions of Mongolia. We have an extremely large power budget, fueling numerous computers, GPS units, iPads, phones, cameras, and various other sorts of equipment for a large group (up to 20 people). Equipment, in order of importance, is: 1) computers; 2) iPads; 3) GPS units. To meet our power requirements, we also use the now discontinued Sherpa 120, the Extreme 350 battery, and a Honda generator for rainy days. Of the three solar batteries, I think the Sherpa 50 is the most useful. I say this because of its light weight, quick recharge time, and number of smaller electrical items that can be recharged from one power cycle of the battery.
Because the computers are the most important item for our daily operation we mainly reserve the Extreme 350 and Sherpa 120 for powering them (these are also great batteries and we still sneak in a GPS unit or two on the power strip running off the 350), as such these batteries are stuck at base camp constantly cycling through various states of charge. The Sherpa 50 fills in nicely because it can quickly power an item, be taken into the field where it can be recharged in a morning or afternoon and then either provide an important 'top-off' charge that allows us to finish a day of work, or be taken back to camp to power a second item that night. Honest to goodness, a good product – okay, maybe not as good as goat cheese curds but at least it leaves your breath a whole heck of a lot fresher.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Sherpa 50

I purchased this device so that I could recharge my camera and laptop while travelling this summer. It charges the camera just fine. The invertor however does not charge my laptop. I called...Read complete review

I purchased this device so that I could recharge my camera and laptop while travelling this summer. It charges the camera just fine. The invertor however does not charge my laptop. I called and gave my model (Acer Aspire V3) type to someone explaining what happened. He confirmed that model would work fine if I bought the 12w laptop charger kit. I bought one. It arrived and the plug did not make a connection with my computer. I called back speaking with a different person. She spoke to an engineer and they said it didn't work for them on that model. Gave me the website of a company that makes plugs. Problem is that as a customer who spent over $500 I am not the one who should be sorting out these problems. Goalzero should be sorting this out. And selling the finished product to people like me willing to spend the money. I would prefer a call back from GoalZero about how they are going to fix this problem.

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4.0

preppers delight

By 

from Florida City, FL, United States

Comments about Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - Black:

Gave the Sherpa 50 a few test loads and it ran great. I ran a fan and charged my phone to deplete the battery competley then charged it back up completely with only the solar panels. It did take the entire day and had to adjust panels as the sun moved thu the sky but all in all its worth the trouble and wieght of carrying.

 
5.0

Test Run

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from Houston,TX.

Comments about Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - Black:

I purchased this several weeks ago before all the rain hit Texas, so I have not had time to test the photo cells. The sherpa is ready to go at a moments notice. Truthfully, I will not fully integrate the system until my first day of biking. Packs well, looks cool, now let's see it performs.

 
5.0

works beautifully

By 

from Undisclosed

Comments about Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - Black:

I bought this kit to take to rural Ghana (plenty of sun) to power (primarily) my WaterPik and my Sonicare toothbrush. (much more important than any computer or phone). It charged up in half the time listed and has lasted so long I forgot I was using a battery. I love it!

 
5.0

Sherpa 50 Solar Kit

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from Honolulu, HI, United States

Comments about Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - Black:

The sherpa 50 size is just enough to carry on the airplane for traveling, while the solar panel fit in the luggage.

 
1.0

Failed due to moisture in tent after 2 expedition

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from Undisclosed

Comments about Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - Black:

I paired this unit with the 20 watt panel at base camp and it worked like a champ on a successfull K2 expedition (very rugged approach and variable weather). I just completed a successful Annapurna expedition and it died half way through. I always keep the Sherpa 50 out of the weather in my vestibule but condensation in the tent triggered one of the temperature sensors and shut it down. It has not recovered. I know this isn't water proof. I'm an electrical engineer and not affraid to take it apart but the 2nd temp sensor is elusive without a hardware diagram. It has been a great system and very rugged but I'm sad to lose something this expensive on it's second expedition.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Goal Zero Sherpa 50 not show fully charged

By 

from Ukraina

Comments about Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - Black:

new but defective will not charge more than 60% after long not charge indicates that the fully charged

 
4.0

Stays charged!

By 

from New Hampshire, United States

Comments about Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - Black:

This thing is great. Lightweight, multiple options, and it holds a charge very well.

 
5.0

Ability to put out 12 volt and usb

By 

from Abilene Texas

Comments about Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - Black:

Sherpa kept my devices charged in combat used in high temperature and freexing tempratures it has been a life saver for me

 
5.0

Great features!!

By 

from San Diego, CA, United States

Comments about Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - Black:

I brought a year ago and still works great. Has not fail me once on a camping trip or the road.

 
5.0

Sherpa 50 is my love!

By 

from Phoenix, AZ, United States

Comments about Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Kit W/ Inverter - Black:

Sherpa 50 is plenty for what you need for backpacking and car camping. Mostly, I use for lantern, cell phone, tablet, and camera. This thing is a beat when it comes to juicing to electronics. Amazing how you can plug two things at once and it keeps juicing the electronics quickly.

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