Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Power Delivery Charger
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- 94.72-watt charger features a 60W USB-C Power Delivery Port, two 2.4A USB ports, and a Qi charging pad so you can power up nearly anything
- Lightweight design is airpline-approved and fits easily into bags, purses, and camera cases
- Recharges from the wall, car, or the sun with Goal Zero's portable solar panels
- Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Power Delivery Charger
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Of the 16 reviewers who responded, 15 would recommend this product.
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- Great power bank!- August 28, 2019
One of the few power banks that support PD and wireless. It charges my MBP 13", Pixel 3, and Surface Pro (using an adapter). The wireless charger works with my Pixel 3 and Nexus 7 tablet. GoalZero allows the battery pack to charge and discharge simultaneously. So my nightly routine is to plug the battery into the charger, set my phone on top to wirelessly charge and use cable for my tablet (if necessary). Everything is fully charged in the morning. The wireless charging does not activate rapid charge on the phone, but I use a USB-C cable when rapid charging is required. Other than no rapid wireless charging, the pack is a bit big. Its one of the most underrated battery packs out there.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Heavy, sturdy and reliable- January 31, 2021
We got this for emergency backup charging in power outages and for travel but have started using it around the house on the sofa during the WFH pandemic. USB-C is 60 watts so enough to charge a laptop or iPad Pro; two USB-A ports for Apple lightening or other plugs, and Qi charging for most cell phones. I like the LED indicators so you know if the Qi charger or the USB plugs are live as well as your remaining charge. Only downsides are the weight, and as others have noted you have to keep it facing toward you to see the charge LED.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Seems sturdy. Minor nuances and high price- November 10, 2020
Seems pretty heavy duty and I like the fact it has wireless charging on the top. What I don't like? The charging input port should be on the back of the unit. If you have it plugged into a wall outlet and want to set your phone on top for Qi charging, the power cord for the unit has to come out from the front and then wrap around to an outlet. Otherwise, you can't see the display on the front. Also, there didn't seem to be an auto shut off or timer on here which would seem to not be helpful in conserving the battery or if it accidentally got turned on inside your bag. It's also heavy and rather bulky which probably means it's sturdy and can charge several items numerous times but the above-mentioned issues and the price tag was my final decision to return it.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.