GOAL Zero™ Boulder™ Solar Panel Tripod
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- Portable mounting system for Boulder 30 Solar Panels (sold separately)
- Lightweight and easy to transport
- Ideal for linking four Boulder 30 Solar Panels together
- Manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty
Need more solar power? GOAL ZERO to the rescue! Use this folding GOAL ZERO Boulder Solar Panel Tripod to hook four Boulder 30 Solar Panels together for a maximum 120 watts of additional power from the sun. Weighs only 6 lbs.GOAL ZERO Boulder 30 Solar Panels sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1828354
Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 12
Rated 1 out of 5 by Solarhobby Strap snaps don't close & hold.
I had 4 Boulder 30s mounted on this tripod for 4 months and today I had a blow down caused by strap bands around the legs that don't hold together. One leg was severely bent at the bottom. Real attention needs to be paid to the nylon strap buckles ! I'm out a tripod now for this array.
April 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by John Bolder 30 Tripod
I had read several comments from other users who had purchased the tripod and were not very satisfied. Many of them said the tripod was difficult to assemble. I was happy that this was not the case with my purchase. I assembled it and everything worked well. The only problem I encountered was a bad buckle on a strap. I've notified customer service and hopefully they'll send me a replacement.
December 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kathy the gardener Awesome tripod
Amazing product with 3 adjustable legs and adjustable panel base for aiming in any direction needed. Can easily be readjusted during the day for more direct sun exposure. Comes with straps that can be used to carry this while hiking, riding or whatever.
August 19, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 A Necessary peice of gear
The first time you set up the boulder 30s on this tripod, you need to have a set of pliers handy to bend the flanges of the boulder 30s if the quick clips do not fit properly. This is a problem I encountered in setting up both of my new tripods that I have never seen mentioned by anyone anywhere. Once I knew about this and fixed it, everything worked perfectly. I took the hint from one of the other posters and put a popsicle stick perpendicular in the center of both arrays as an aiming device. It worked perfectly. The tripods work well once one understands their idiosyncrasies. To get the most charge out of the solar panels they are a must have.
July 26, 2013
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