The ultimate travel companion

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The Goal Zero Sherpa 100PD Power Bank has been designed as an all-round portable power source to keep your gadgets going as far as you do.

The Goal Zero Sherpa 100PD is compact and full of power, ready to keep you charged on your next expedition… or a hectic work day.

On the plane or in the wild, the Sherpa 100PD gives you fast and more flexible charging capabilities when you need it the most.

At 60W each, Goal Zero Sherpa 100PD ports provide reliable power for laptops, phones and tablets, becoming your trusted travel companion every step of the way.

Featuring a whopping 25,600mAh capacity and now carry-on approved, watch your latest binge-worthy show uninterrupted on your next long-haul journey, recharging your tablet up to four times and laptop twice over on a single charge.

Phones are upgrading quicker than fashion trends, so no matter what phone you own, Goal Zero’s Sherpa 100PD has a fast, convenient charging solution for you. Designed with USB-A and USB-C ports to charge via cable and features a wireless QI charging pad that has the power to recharge your phone 8 times without a single cable in sight.

Equipped with 3 ways to recharge, “sorry, my phone died” is no longer going to be an excuse. Goal Zero’s Sherpa 100PD will fully charge from the wall in 3 hours, or approximately 3-5 hours from your car 12V adapter. Alternatively by connecting a compatible solar panel such as the Nomad 28Plus, it’ll take 7-14 hours.

Weighing just 635g, and fractionally bigger than a modern smartphone, The Sherpa 100PD is the lightweight, functional and durable travel companion you need in your life.

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Justin Felix

Editor of ManSpace magazine, Justin Felix enjoys wrangling sharks from the beach, hanging out with his golden retriever whisky and collecting typewriters.

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