Venture 35

Venture 35

Goal Zero

$69.95

Goal Zero offers portable power supply solutions for every mountain that allow you to keep your gear charged and ready through any adventure, rain or shine. 

The Venture 35 comes with an IP67 rating, that indicates the products reliable protection against dust, sand, debris and water (it can withstand submersion up to 1 meter of water for at least 30 minutes), and features a protective rubber sleeve and a waterproof plug that protects the ports against the elements when not in use.

Charging the Venture 35:-
  • from the sun by connecting a compatible solar panel (Nomad 10) between 4.5-9 hours. 
  • from a USB-C (18W) source in 3 hours.
(Solar charge times vary and are dependent on many factors such as elevation, temperature, time of year, angle and position to the sun)

The Venture 35 is great for powering smaller USB powered devices:-
  • Smartphone: 3 Recharges
  • POV Camera: 6 Recharges
  • Headlamp: 7 Recharges
  • Tablet: 1 Recharge
Weight: 10.1oz / 287g

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Goal Zero offers portable power supply solutions for every mountain that allow you to keep your gear charged and ready through any adventure, rain or shine. 

The Venture 35 comes with an IP67 rating, that indicates the products reliable protection against dust, sand, debris and water (it can withstand submersion up to 1 meter of water for at least 30 minutes), and features a protective rubber sleeve and a waterproof plug that protects the ports against the elements when not in use.

Charging the Venture 35:-

  • from the sun by connecting a compatible solar panel (Nomad 10) between 4.5-9 hours. 
  • from a USB-C (18W) source in 3 hours.

(Solar charge times vary and are dependent on many factors such as elevation, temperature, time of year, angle and position to the sun)

The Venture 35 is great for powering smaller USB powered devices:-

  • Smartphone: 3 Recharges
  • POV Camera: 6 Recharges
  • Headlamp: 7 Recharges
  • Tablet: 1 Recharge

Weight: 10.1oz / 287g

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