Goal Zero makes some of the best consumer solar products on the market today. You’ll find different sizes for every scenario, from portable options to larger models for appliances and the like. However, bringing some of the bigger panels on the road, say while camping, can be a bit of a struggle. Goal Zero has partnered with Sylvansport on the new Sunny Side up, an integrated solar kit brings all the power of the sun to an outdoor location near you. This tidy package has it all…
Sylansport’s Sunny Side Up kit is designed to supply hours of power from the sun during outdoor activities. It uses two Goal Zero Boulder 30 panels and a Yeti 400 Solar Generator to capture and share the energy. This allows the power supply to constantly charge throughout the day while still providing power. The Yeti 400 is capable of providing enough juice to recharge many consumer products multiple times.
There are USB, 12V and AC outputs with a maximum capacity of 400Wh and 33Ah. Aside from harnessing the power of the sun, you can also recharge the internal Yeti battery via a traditional outlet or 12V auto. Additionally, it has a Goal Zero Light-A-Life 350 LED light that can be charged via the solar panels or its own built-in power supply.
Beneath the two Boulder 30 panels is a storage area for holding your gear, equipment and more. It’s perfect for heading out for the weekend since the entire thing can attach to your vehicle. Just toss your other camping necessities on the towable and you’re all set. This collaboration between Sylvansport and Goal Zero brings solar power in a compact design that’s also functional.
Here’s what Goal Zero Marketing Director James Atkin had to say:
“The collaboration between SylvanSport and Goal Zero has created a unique and exciting product. The Sunny Side Up kit embodies our initiative to empower people everywhere they go, helping them get outside and stay outside longer.”
The Sylvansport Sunny Side Up is available for purchase today direct from the manufacturer for $1,299.
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