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There are so many portable solar panels on the market, it's hard to make rhyme or reason as to which one is the best bang for your buck!
No worries. Let us help you with that. NITECORE and ECOFLOW each provide solid choices for a powerful monocrystalline portable solar panel for off grid power. Which one is right for you?
If you like having multiple charging outputs on your solar panel, the NITECORE NSP100 is for you. With 3 USB ports, an 18V port, and a built-in 7.9mm (fits 8mm) x 5.5mm cable, it has more output choices than any other portable foldable solar panel on the market. The only thing lacking is an MC4 connection option.
The NITECORE FSP100 also boasts the highest possible cell efficiency rating at up to 24%, and weighs less than 5 pounds. The only downside we find is that the NITECORE lacks a good way to prop up the panels at various angles. You need to either lay it on the ground, or use the 8 hook and loop fasteners to hang the solar panel.
NITECORE's Smart Voltage stabilizing technology ensures a stable voltage output regardless of the weather. The best part about the NITECORE FSP100 is compatibility. This solar panel can be used right out of the box to charge most portable power stations on the market, including the GOAL ZERO Yeti.
Eco-FLow offers a solid choice in the foldable portable solar panel market. The 110 watt delivers a bit more power than NITECORE, offers a solid 21%-22% efficiency rating and uses an MC4 connector cable to charge other batteries. The cable is not included with the solar panel purchase.
Eco-Flow portable solar panels have a built-in kickstand for easy positioning, and are easy to parallel chain using Y connectors. This allows you to double or triple the amount of solar energy used to charge the Eco-Flow or other portable power stations.
Eco-Flow solar panels are technically compatible for use with other power stations, including the GOAL ZERO Yeti, however, you need special adapter cables converting the MC4 to an 8mm input, or to an Anderson pole if the power station has that input available.
What else is there?
Yes, there are a number of other 100 watt portable foldable solar panels available on the market. We don't sell them because when we compared all the elements of each, we believe we have the best 2 choices right here.
Hands down, NITECORE wins this one for
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