The Brunton SolarRoll weighs just over a pound (17 oz), comes in its own storage tube with anti-rolling end caps, and unrolls to just under 5 feet long (12"x57").
All that surface collects enough photons to generate 14 watts of power... sufficient to run/recharge a laptop, satellite phone, or a professional digital camera.
The package came with two main types of connectors: a multi-plug and a lighter socket. It would have been difficult to create an adapter that would work with a lot of devices. The lighter socket was a good choice, since for most portable devices, somebody makes a car lighter adapter for it.
The Brunton SolarRoll cells are embedded in a flexible waterproof Tefzel fluoropolymer shell. The connector socket is at one corner of the panel.
We found the SolarRoll fits perfectly under the Kata pack. In the next review, we'll load up the Kata and take both out for a little hike. We'll also hook up a few different devices to the SolarRoll 14 to see how they perform.
Come back again in July to see how the Brunton performed "In The Wild".