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Defender Product Spotlight: Go Power! Solar Flex Charging Kit 100 Watts

High end power output that is flexible enough for any application!
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There is nothing worse than being greeted by a dead battery when all you have on your mind is cruising, fishing or enjoying family time. Go Power! Solar Flex Charging Kits can put an end to that scenario for boaters and RV owners alike.

The power behind the monocrystalline cells on the flexible solar panel can charge batteries up from near death.

The power behind the monocrystalline cells on the flexible solar panel can charge batteries up from near death.

The monocrystalline cells on the flexible panels create more power per square foot than any solar panels on the market. All that power means that the 100 watt Solar Flex Charging Kit can charge batteries (that will accept a charge) up from near death, which is a tough job to tackle. The Solar Flex Charging Kit can also provide a slow trickle charge if that’s all your equipment needs.

Go Power! Solar Flex Charging Kits have changed the way you’ll charge your boats and RVs. 

Go Power! Solar Flex Charging Kits have changed the way you’ll charge your boats and RVs. 

Anyone who has ever fought suction cups on a charger will love the easy options for mounting the Go Power! Solar Flex panel. Modules coated with impermeable lamination enable up to 30 degrees of flexibility to each panel, and they can be fastened to any curved surface with screws or adhesive. The panels can also be mounted on a flat surface, but the flexibility offers endless options for mounting locations. Go Power! even worked grommets into the design for quick work of mounting with a couple zip ties! The Solar Flex Charging Kit module is 82% lighter than the next panel on the market, which expands the options for mounting locations even more. 

The Solar Flex Charging Kit offers extraordinary power that is convenient and reliable for any application.

The Solar Flex Charging Kit offers extraordinary power that is convenient and reliable for any application.

The Go Power! Solar Flex Charging Kit offers extraordinary power in a package that is convenient and reliable for every application, with mounting options to accommodate just about any application. So plan that weekend trip and rest assured that the Go Power! Solar Flex 100 Watt Charging Kit will never let you down – just turn the key and play!

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