Martin and Kylie of RVeeThereYet.com have been fortunate enough to spend the best part of the last 20 years touring and visiting some of Australia’s most beautiful and diverse regions. They know how having the right gear and equipment can be the difference between a memorable and forgettable trip. Over the Christmas break, they travelled to the Bemm River in Eastern Victoria and decided to test and review our 115W SOLAR BLANKET SUNPOWER® CELLS portable solar panel, here’s what they had to say about it.
Initially they were sceptical as to how the portable solar panel would perform when charging their fridge which was running off their isolated auxiliary battery, as the skies were overcast and humidity being high, however, this did not present a problem and exceeded their expectations with Martin saying “The overcast conditions didn’t present a big problem for the panels ability to keep the sufficient charge up to the battery.” He added “It’s all very solidly constructed. The cables are massive ensuring every last volt and amp coming from the panel is channelled into the battery with maximum efficiency. I doubt you would find better quality gear from any other manufacturer.”
Martin and Kylie were equally impressed with the simplicity of the unit stating “Connecting the system up is child’s play with every connection being clearly labelled. The instructions are also very clear should you run into any difficulties.”
They were rapt with how the foldable solar panel performed throughout their trip so much so they said it was by far the best system they had come across saying “We have no hesitation in recommending the REDARC Solar Blanket system. It’s very well made, performs beyond expectations and is well supported by the manufacturer”
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This article has been republished with permission from Martin Ledwich