I recently installed a 100 W rigid solar panel on my roof rack and have been studying up on folding solar panels or solar blankets as some like to call them. I've heard great things about a few, in particular the products offered by Overland Solar and Red Arc (not sold in the USA). However, the cost is most certainly a drawback for both of these options. I've also run into some more affordable systems on Amazon and elsewhere but those have had mixed reviews. Since I couldn't find a thread specific to solar blankets, I wanted to see if the community had experience with these portable systems particularly in the 60 - 150 watt class as something like that could be of great use to those looking to build a hybrid system utilizing a fixed, rigid panel and a more compact, light, portable relocatable option that could be hung on the roof rack or pegged to the ground.
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