Boulder 30 Solar Tripod

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Boulder 30 Solar Tripod

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Dimensions (LxWxH): 38.5 x 4.5 x 4.5 (inch)

Price: $159.99

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Benefits & Description

Sturdy & Durable | Increase Efficiency

Increase Efficiency
Soak up more rays of sunshine by using a solar panel tripod The Right Angle
Turn your solar panel to always angle towards the sun Portable
Completely folds down and collapses for easy portability Mount 4 of your Goal Zero Boulder 30 solar panels to this telescoping tripod. Mounting your panels off the ground will not only protect your panels from harm but will also increase your efficiency at harnessing sunlight. You will easily be able to tilt your solar panels to always have the right angle towards the sun for maximum efficiency.

This sturdy design was engineered to be fully portable so you can set up just about anywhere. With telescoping legs you can even set up on a hill side or in rocky terrain without your panels tipping over and still capture the perfect angle of sunlight.

Note: Solar panels not included.
What's In-the-Box?

What's In-the-Box?

Emergency Basics :
(1) Boulder 30 Solar Tripod  
(10) Quick Clips  
Note: Solar panels not included  
Features & Specifications

Features & Functions

SKU: GB0020
Brand: GOALØ
Dimensions (LxWxH): 38.5 x 4.5 x 4.5 (inch)
Net Weight of Contents: 8.35 lbs
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I was afraid I was going to have to build a wooden encasement to hold the solar panels!--I think I would attach it to a wooden deck though. I had to drag a heavy gasoline generator to my back deck and our soil is sandy. It was difficult. Make sure you know where you want to put these things ahead of time, so you're ready when the time comes to use them.

Beth

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    I was afraid I was going to have to build a wooden encasement to hold the solar panels!--I think I would attach it to a wooden deck though. I had to drag a heavy gasoline generator to my back deck an... Show More.d our soil is sandy. It was difficult. Make sure you know where you want to put these things ahead of time, so you're ready when the time comes to use them.

    Beth