Goal Zero Sherpa 100PD Portable Power Bank Gear News

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Goal Zero introduces the Sherpa 100PD portable power bank, a fast-charging power bank for adventurers who need to power their tech.

The new Sherpa 100PD is a versatile power bank that includes a USB-C power delivery port, two USB A ports and a Qi wireless charging pad, making it more compatible with more electronics, including phones, tablets, laptops and mirrorless DSLR cameras. It will charge multiple gadgets at the same time.

The powerful 60W input and output USB-C power delivery port gives a much faster charge time for electronics, letting users get back on their way faster.

"In today's world, our customers need portable power that won't slow them down," said Bill Harmon, general manager at Goal Zero. "The versatility of the Sherpa 100PD makes it the perfect traveling companion for adventurers, travelers, remote workers and anyone else who needs quick-charging power at their fingertips."

Designed with mobility in mind, the Sherpa 100PD's compact design measures just 7.5 x 3.7 x 1 inches and weighs 1.4 lbs, making it small and light enough to take backpacking or slip into a work bag. Airline approved and travel ready, the Sherpa 100PD is perfect for charging up on planes or in airports.

Product Features

  • Versatile Power Options: USB-A and USB-C Power Delivery ports, and Qi Wireless Charging Pad give users multiple ways to charge their devices.
  • Solar Ready: Pair the Sherpa 100PD with a Goal Zero portable solar panel for endless power anywhere you are.
  • Designed for Traveling: The slim and light design makes it an ideal choice for slipping into a backpack or work bag.
  • The Sherpa 100PD will retail for £179.99 and be available from September.

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9 Sep, 2019

Is there any mention of Amp hours? I'm curious as to how many phone charges you get for £179!

9 Sep, 2019

Some tech specs here, I don’t speak mAh but would also be interested in the answer!

9 Sep, 2019

Allegedly 8 Smartphone re-charges.. That's pretty good, to be fair. I'm not totally convinced that it's £179 good, but for the weight (if that is the priority), it seems like a decent unit (on paper at least).

I think you might be paying extra for the full USB C PD voltages with this one. It'll do 5V, 9V, 12V, 15V, or 20V out of the USB C port so will comfortably charge laptops via USB C.

If you only need a power bank to recharge phones you can get one way cheaper that just supports 5V (or 9V fast charge) out of the USB ports.

9 Sep, 2019

25,400 mah, yikes.

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