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HQST 100 Watt 12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Solar Connectors - $69.99 + Free Shipping after $15 coupon

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Amazon [amazon.com] has HQST 100 Watt 12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Solar Connectors for $69.99 + free shipping after clipping the $15 coupon on the product page.
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i read on here recently that its better to get the 300w panels
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i read on here recently that its better to get the 300w panels
Why? That statement might lack context
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from the reviews - 2 panels dead or low output (less than 0.5A) after 2 years, 4 panels dead after 4 years
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Why? That statement might lack context
i think it was something about better quality panels and higher output.
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Why? That statement might lack context
Footprint at the very least i would think.
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Quote from TodayOnly :
i read on here recently that its better to get the 300w panels
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Why? That statement might lack context
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from the reviews - 2 panels dead or low output (less than 0.5A) after 2 years, 4 panels dead after 4 years
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i think it was something about better quality panels and higher output.
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Footprint at the very least i would think.
Few people are cross shopping 300W vs. 100W. It's a 3x difference in size, weight and price. 300W is usually residential and grid tied. 100W is usually some kind of mobile (boats and trailers) or off grid (sheds and backwoods.)

If you can fit 300W, go on Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace and buy used or leftover residential installs for $0.25 per Watt or even less. Otherwise HQST is decent and $0.70 per Watt is OK.

Good luck!
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Few people are cross shopping 300W vs. 100W. It's a 3x difference in size, weight and price. 300W is usually residential and grid tied. 100W is usually some kind of mobile (boats and trailers) or off grid (sheds and backwoods.)

If you can fit 300W, go on Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace and buy used or leftover residential installs for $0.25 per Watt or even less. Otherwise HQST is decent and $0.70 per Watt is OK.

Good luck!
Spot on.
Nobody looking to buy 100w panels are cross shopping 300w.
$70 is about the lowest price for 100w panels on Amazon.
They also have a pair of 100w for $138 if you need 2 because the $15 won't apply to 2(you have to buy separate).
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im just looking for a panel that would maintain the battery (trickle charge) on my Truck as it isnt driven alot. Any good recommendations?
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im just looking for a panel that would maintain the battery (trickle charge) on my Truck as it isnt driven alot. Any good recommendations?
I use on two different set ups the
THUNDERBOLT SOLAR
1.5 Watt Solar Battery Maintaner
from HF and it has been great for over a year so far. 14.99
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im just looking for a panel that would maintain the battery (trickle charge) on my Truck as it isnt driven alot. Any good recommendations?
Don't bother, get a blade style battery disconnect.
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Good to use with Bluetti or I need 24V?
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Spot on.
Nobody looking to buy 100w panels are cross shopping 300w.
$70 is about the lowest price for 100w panels on Amazon.
They also have a pair of 100w for $138 if you need 2 because the $15 won't apply to 2(you have to buy separate).
Disagree here. I'm literallyh trying to cross shop this right now. Despite being in SoCal, I've been looking for a used 300w+ panel that is < 36" wide (most seem to be in the 39"+ range) that is of reasonable price and that isn't trying to be sold in bulk.

I wanted to get a panel for my Ecoflow Delta, that i can fit in my car (my trunk width is about 37" max in between the wheel wells) which can handle up to 400 watts. I could get two of these 100w panels for $140 new or try to find a 300w panel used.
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Good to use with Bluetti or I need 24V?
Which Bluetti ? Depends on the model The AC200P starts charging at about 35 Volts but the AC200Max takes as little as10 to start charging.
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Disagree here. I'm literallyh trying to cross shop this right now. Despite being in SoCal, I've been looking for a used 300w+ panel that is < 36" wide (most seem to be in the 39"+ range) that is of reasonable price and that isn't trying to be sold in bulk.

I wanted to get a panel for my Ecoflow Delta, that i can fit in my car (my trunk width is about 37" max in between the wheel wells) which can handle up to 400 watts. I could get two of these 100w panels for $140 new or try to find a 300w panel used.
Definitely.

One thing to also consider is unless it's a permanent install, smaller panels have the advantage of maneuverability throughout the day if you want to maximize being able to tilt the panels towards the sun.

I currently have a flexible 100w panel and It's a pain sometimes to have to constantly re-adjust to keep them propped up. I'm tempted to grab 2 of these rigid panels and just prop them against my power bank.
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