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Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator Kit: Power for World War Z

by Range

When you’re out in the woods, there’s no assurance when you’ll be able to juice up your gadgets, unless you go back to your car. That being said, it’s always good to have some power alternatives. This solar generator is reasonably portable, and could be ideal in case of emergencies, i.e. getting lost in the woods, camping, or surviving the zombie apocalypse.

goal zero yeti 150 solar generator panel photo

The Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator Kit weighs about 12 pounds, and is small enough that you can lug it around in your car. It will provide you with a stable source of electricity to charge up your phone, laptop, tablet, and other electronic devices via its USB, 12V and AC connectors. The Yeti 150 has a 150 watt battery and it uses solar energy or AC power to recharge. It can be charged up in the sun in 15 hours thanks to its companion Boulder 15 Solar Panel.

Pricing and availability have yet to be announced, but this might be an essential piece of kit if you spend a lot of time in the great outdoors – or fending off zombies.

[via Ubergizmo]

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Comments (2):

  1. Kevin Estis says:

    Is there a solar powered lap top charger that you’d recommend?


    • James Addy says:

      Depends on what laptop. Goal Zero has one called the Sherpa 50 that is pretty slick, brunton has one as well. I’ve seen a few others but those are the 2 that i have used. I do like the goal zero one a but better because it actually worked. The brunton did too but sometimes had issues with it.

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