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GOAL ZERO™ Boulder™ 30 Solar Panel

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  • Collects 30 watts of power from the sun
  • Temporary or permanent installation
  • Rated for 20-year life
  • Strong tempered glass with aluminum frame
  • Can be linked with other solar panels
  • Charges Extreme 350 Power Pack (sold separately) in 11-12 hours
  • Manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty
Recharge your battery faster than ever with Goal Zero's Boulder 30 Solar Panel with built-in cord. Permanently install it or use it temporarily. The Boulder 30 Solar Panel is made of strong, tempered glass with an aluminum frame. Charge up Goal Zero's Extreme 350 battery pack (sold separately) in 11-12 hours, or daisy chain more panels together for maximum energy! Weight: 6 lbs. Dimensions: 21'' x 18'' x 1''.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by High performance and Resiliant I have a Yeti that I use to plug in a lamp for reading in the evening and I recharge it with three 30 watt Boulders and I can get almost two weeks out of the Yeti (reading about an hour to two hours per evening) and it only takes a day with sunshine or two days during cloudy weather to reacharge it. I have the Boulders permanently affixed to a small shed in my backyard. August 15, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not power enough to charge Yeti 1250 I'm disappointed to spend $1500 brought home the Yeti 1250 and this Boulder 30 last year. The panel has been put directly face to south. It has never been able to fully charge the yeti 1250 even though I only use it for my ipad. June 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 This solar panel defines durable Last weekend, I was setting up solar panels in my backyard. The weather forecast is calling for sun for the entire week. I have been looking forward for the weather to clear up so I can run the Yeti 400 to check its capabilities. While I was setting up a couple boulder 30 solar panels a large metal flashlight that was left on a shelf above the solar panels rolled out and fell. I herd the flashlight hit the front of one of the panels. It made a loud noise, I thought the glass panel had broken for sure. I still cannot find even a mark where it hit. It is the middle of the week and the boulder 30 solar panels are still supplying the Yeti 400 with plenty of wattage to top it off as Texas keeps it supplied with sun shine. I have three Yeti 400's, and one Yeti 1250 keeping any consumption satisfied. I will invest in more boulder 30 solar panels. Oh by the way it is time to get rid of the old flash light and get some torch 250's. June 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by boulder 30 the product is very durable we often use it to keep a trickle charge on our electric boat motor when we are out cruising as with all goal zero products quality seems to be top of the line sunlight and cloud cover are a factor Provides 15 - 28 watts of power it's nice to be able to chain Boulder 30s to more B30s or B15s or N 27s, etc April 20, 2014
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Open circuit voltage: 18V
Charging voltage: 12V±2V
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