Renogy 100 Watts 12 Volts Foldable Solar Suitcase Users?

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365vacay
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Renogy 100 Watts 12 Volts Foldable Solar Suitcase Users?

Do you use this suitcase system for solar power? If so, it would be great to hear about your experience with it?

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I bought one for my camper but used it about once a week for a year to keep the batteries topped off on my sailboat. It worked great for that. For camping , there is no good place in the camper to store it. Going down the road it lives in my bathroom, once I get to camp a campsite and if I don't need it, is when I really have a storage issue. Last winter I used it on the camper in the backyard like I did on my sailboat. It was easier to deal with than a power cord from the house across the yard to the camper. When camping when not in use it needs to live in your tow vehicle or chained to a tree. I plan on mounting a rigid panel on my roof but I'm running out of real estate because I also want to mount a TV antenna on the roof and that is with a S-16.

Eddie

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Solar Renogy suitcase

We have one,it works very well for us. It runs our tv as much as night as we want when we have no power plug in and the lights as well. I would reccomend one. We carry it in the back of the F150 so no problem there

Launey and Earlene

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Renogy portable panel

Some comments on our experiences with the Renogy 100W portable panel here