The Goal Zero Sherpa 100AC Power Pack is another compact solution for all of your on-the-go charging and power needs

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NEWS – I am hoping that by now, that those of you that have been following my quest for the most compact and convenient, feature-packed portable power stations, are as curious as I am about what is available on the market to fit my needs or the needs of anyone looking for such a solution.

Goal Zero is another company that offers the power station type of solutions, and the company does this with several devices of different, sizes, capacities and features. The Goal Zero Sherpa 100AC Power Pack is one of their most recent products. It is a portable power pack with a capacity of 25,600mAh or 94.7Wh, and it is powered by Lithium-Ion NMC cells. According to Goal Zero, “the Sherpa 100AC features an interactive OLED screen that displays power in/out alerts for individual ports, battery level, and gives the consumer the ability to customize their charging and recharging options”. They claim that it will power/charge a laptop twice, a tablet 4 times and a Smartphone 8 times. It includes a 100W AC port, 2 USB-C power delivery ports that offer 60W each, and its surface provides wireless charging. It can be recharged in 3 hours via the wall charger or 2.5 hours via USB-C PD. The power station weighs only 2 lbs, and the company provides all of the necessary charging cables including a lightning cable, micro USB, USB-C and USB-C to USB-C cables.

The Goal Zero Sherpa 100AC Power Pack will be available in September 2018 for $299.99. You will be able to purchase one at,, or select retailers.

For more information and to learn more about portable power solutions, you can head over to the Goal Zero website.

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2 thoughts on “The Goal Zero Sherpa 100AC Power Pack is another compact solution for all of your on-the-go charging and power needs”

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  2. Personally, I have several Goal Zero products but, I find them to be to expensive in relationship to other power packs/solar panels of the same quality.

    1. I’d be interested in a recommendation of a similar product and capacity from another vendor. I’ve looked around and not seeing anything I like.

      Also just to mention the link doesn’t link to a pre-order – it’s just a general list of Goal Zero products.

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