Stay out in the wilderness longer–adventure is calling.
When you think of solar panels, you might think of large black glass sheets on the roof of an eco-friendly home or commercial building. But solar power is also useful in areas where electricity is not easily accessible, such as a campsite.
That’s where solar panels for camping come in to play. If you camp or backpack, you should consider getting some.
There are various solar panels that could be considered as camping panels, such as portable solar panels that can attach to your tent or backpack. Solar backpacks can simultaneously replace your hiking pack and power you up while you’re on a trek.
Additionally, Renogy also carries a portable Bluetooth speaker with a built-in solar panel and a solar flashlight as well. Both can be used to charge your smartphone while you’re out in the wilderness. All of these options fall into the camping solar panels category and are useful when you need power in a pinch.
The short answer is that you don't need these panels. It just depends on what kind of experience you want to have while you’re out in the woods. But if you want to take pictures with your smartphone, watch a movie on your tablet, or work remotely, you might want to keep those gadgets charged—and what better way than with a compact panel?
Power your devices beyond the campground. If you’re fly-fishing along a river or a lake, you can power up with your portable solar panel by the water. Kayaking or canoeing? Strap that panel or portable solar music player to the hull. Your camping solar panels can go on any expedition you set out on, whether camping is involved or not.