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Goal Zero Boulder 50 Solar Panel

SKU: GLZ32406 MFR: 32406
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Real power!

By philwb7aei

I needed a panel to go along with a Yeti 1000 (Costco). I also have an Escape 150 and a couple Boulder 15 panels. The 50 isn't quite as portable as the 15, but then it has over 3x the charging power. Its really well built, and its obvious that weight was considered in the design. The edges and corners are an improvement over the 15's. The folding tilt foot is a great addition to the design and makes it easy to adjust the sun angle. A longer power cord could help keep the generator out o...

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Fantastic with Sherpa 100 and Yeti 150!

By KenWro

I have been using both the Sherpa 100 and Yeti 150 for a couple of years now. When using solar to charge them I was using Nomad 20s, which have done a good job. This year I am "experimenting", if you will, with keeping my iPhones and iPads charged only with solar power. I want to see how viable solar is for this purpose. The Nomad 20s were doing a good job, but given our at time sporadic sun here in Michigan I wanted to try a little more horsepower. The Boulder 50 is living up to Goal Ze...

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Rugged, durable, and rigid. The Boulder 50 Solar Panel is built with strong tempered glass and an aluminum frame with added corner protection for temporary or permanent installation. Equipped with an integrated kickstand to help get optimal angle to the sun. Use with a Goal Zero portable power pack or portable power station to charge your gear day or night.

What Can The Boulder 50 Charge
The solar panel does not hold a charge it produces power when it is exposed to sunlight. Connect it to recharge a portable power station. The Boulder 50 is best used for recharging Goal Zero Sherpa's and Yetis.

What Goal Zero Products Work Best With The Boulder 50?
Boulder 50 solar panel works best with all of our small to medium power packs and power stations.

• Sherpa 50 Power Pack 4-6 Hours
• Sherpa 100 Power Pack 4-8 Hours
• Yeti 150 Power Station 6-12 Hours
• Yeti 400 Power Stations 16-32 Hours
• Yeti 1000 Lithium Power Stations 40-80 Hours

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

https://www.goalzero.com/warranty

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Goal Zero Boulder 50 Solar Panel Features

  • 50 Watt (18-22V) panel features integrated kickstand providing optimal angle placement
  • Built with strong tempered glass and an aluminum frame with added corner protection

Goal Zero Boulder 50 Solar Panel Customer Reviews

Review Summary

 
4.8

(based on 12 reviews)

83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Real power!

I needed a panel to go along with a Yeti 1000 (Costco). I also have an Escape 150 and a couple Boulder 15 panels. The 50 isn't quite as portable as the 15, but then it has over 3x the charging power. Its really well built, and its obvious that weight was considered in the design. The edges and corners are an improvement over the 15's. The folding tilt foot is a great addition to the design and makes it easy to adjust the sun angle. A longer power cord could help keep the generator out o...

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Reviewed by 12 customers

 

50 Watt Panel, yes please!

By tbay007

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

Hooked up the 50 watt panel to a 1000 watt yeti goal zero. It is meeting my expectations. At almost 2pm in full sunlight, I am getting 34watts. Pretty sure if I pair this with the mppt I would get closer to 40 watts. So far, I have my wifi running off the 1000 watt goal zero battery, and with the 50 watt panel, it says I have over 600+ watt hours, which is almost 29 days. That is quite a bit of back up time!!!!! Very happy with my investment. Thinking about increasing solar watts by 200 and getting the briefcase.

 

50 Watt Panel, yes please!

By tbay

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

Hooked up the 50 watt panel to a 1000 watt yeti goal zero. It is meeting my expectations. At almost 2pm in full sunlight, I am getting 34watts. Pretty sure if I pair this with the mppt I would get closer to 40 watts. So far, I have my wifi running off the 1000 watt goal zero battery, and with the 50 watt panel, it says I have over 600+ watt hours, which is almost 29 days. That is quite a bit of back up time!!!!! Very happy with my investment. Thinking about increasing solar watts by 200 and getting the briefcase.

 

Fairly lightweight and easy to move

By Offgridelf

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

I bought this to go with my Yeti 400. I didn't really want a panel this big, but I wanted the amount of power it provided. So when it arrived, I was pleasantly surprised by how light it was. It's so easy to pick up and move around to wherever the sun is to keep my Yeti fully charged. Not cumbersome at all. I love it and am glad I ended up going with this size.

 

More Power!

By Retired

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

First off, it's big. Well built. And it works. Fast. I like the stand, you set it up facing the sun, plug in, and that is it. Well, unless you are like me and camp up in the woods ... Then you might have to chase the sun around throughout the day. No worries ...

 

Satisfied

By none13

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

This panel works very well and consistently with my Yeti 150.

 

Didn't disappoint

By Tony T.

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

Purchased the boulder 50 for my yeti 400, used it yesterday and almost charged the yeti to full from 20%. great purchase. Wish theres a case to put the boulder in to protect it better and transport better.

 

Item performs as expected.

By Blc73257

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

Easy to transport, setup and affordable. Charges well in direct sunlight.

 

Gave it to friends as a wedding gift.

By fredmg

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

Gave a "super starter Goal Zero" package (Yeti 150, Boulder 50, Light-A-Life 350 & car charger to friends who go off surfing and camping in their van 2 or 3 times a month. They were super stoked.

 

Great power

By Gary_UP

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

These are amazing. I was finally able to draw my Yeti 300 down to about 60% power. With mostly sunshine in northern Michigan I was able to Chatge my Yeti back to 100in about 4 hours with two chained. Was able to achieve a max of 72 watts even without a totally clear sky

 

Real power!

By philwb7aei

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

I needed a panel to go along with a Yeti 1000 (Costco). I also have an Escape 150 and a couple Boulder 15 panels. The 50 isn't quite as portable as the 15, but then it has over 3x the charging power. Its really well built, and its obvious that weight was considered in the design. The edges and corners are an improvement over the 15's. The folding tilt foot is a great addition to the design and makes it easy to adjust the sun angle. A longer power cord could help keep the generator out of the elements, but you can buy an "extension cord" if you really need one (and the shorter cord is desirable because it helps minimize power loss in the wiring). Speaking of real power, check out the new lithium generators. There's some serious power capacity!

 

Yeti 150 w/ Boulder 50

By Anickodem

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

I could not be happier. The Boulder 50 may not be "portable", but it is the perfect pairing in my mind for the Yeti 150 as it chargers the battery very quickly. For my needs, I was just looking the Yeti to power a laptop and cell phone while at a coffee shop or while climbing.

 

Fantastic with Sherpa 100 and Yeti 150!

By KenWro

 -  Originally posted on goalzero.com

I have been using both the Sherpa 100 and Yeti 150 for a couple of years now. When using solar to charge them I was using Nomad 20s, which have done a good job. This year I am "experimenting", if you will, with keeping my iPhones and iPads charged only with solar power. I want to see how viable solar is for this purpose. The Nomad 20s were doing a good job, but given our at time sporadic sun here in Michigan I wanted to try a little more horsepower. The Boulder 50 is living up to Goal Zero's claims / my expectations. As with all Goal Zero products I love the "plug and play" aspect of the design. When this puppy arrived I unpacked from the well protected boxing and placed in the yard to put it to work. I've never had the Sherpa 100 charge so fast on solar. I was certainly happy with the purchase. I now rotate the two power supplies, to give them "equal time" and the Boulder 50 just keeps them happy. Even when down for a couple of days, due to rain, the chargers are brought back to life in short order. I am very happy with the purchase and highly recommend the solar panel.

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