Solar Mats on Sale!

Officially our fastest-selling products ever.

Our folding solar mats are like nothing you’ve ever seen before. They’re ultra light, ultra tough, are made from genuine Sunpower® solar cells for maximum quality and power output, and come with a market-smashing 5-year Australian warranty.

Best of all, they’re hundreds of dollars cheaper than equivalent models from our competitors. Hurry though, they are selling like hotcakes (especially the 200w) and we can’t hold these prices forever! Want to know how we stack up? Click here to compare!

  • Hard Korr solar mats use extra-thick 1680D canvas for ultimate durability
  • Hard Korr solar mats include genuine SunPower cells
  • Hard Korr solar mats are tough and flexible

How do we compare?

 HARD KORRPri***Bai*****Red***
Wattage200w200w180w190w
CellsSunpowerSunpowerUnknownSunpower
Max. Current12A (11.3A guaranteed)12A10A11.6A
Controller5-stage 15A PWM5-stage 15A PWMNot includedNot included
Weight5.5kg6.0kg5.1kg7.2kg
Warranty5 years1 year1 year2 year
Price$799$1,099$999$1,975

Frequently Asked Questions

What separates a Hard Korr folding solar mat from a cheap eBay model?

Mostly it comes down to quality of materials and manufacturing. We specify genuine SunPower® solar cells for optimum efficiency and lifespan, and extra-tough 1680D canvas for durability. Our panels are manufactured to a very high standard including strong stitching and careful wiring. That’s why we are able to offer a massive 5-year warranty!

Why SunPower® cells?

Quite simply, SunPower make the best solar cells currently available in the market. They are much stronger, more efficient and more durable than cheaper alternatives. You can find out more about them here.

Do I have to use the included controller?

You must always use a controller between the solar panel and your battery, but if you have your own solar controller (e.g. built into a camper trailer or RV) you can use that instead. We include an Anderson plug connector in the box.

How do I position my solar mat?

You can place your solar mat anywhere it receives direct sunlight. This might be on your bonnet, windscreen, roof or on top of your awning. You will experience a small increase in output if you are able to angle the panels 45° to the sun but in practice this is not mandatory for good performance. NOTE: Please do not position your mat directly on a bonnet or other metal surface, as prolonged contact may cause warping.

If one cell is shaded or blocked, does the whole panel stop producing electricity?

No. Our mat is designed with bypass diodes to ensure that if one cell is not producing power the rest of the cells are unaffected. This is another difference between a Hard Korr panel and cheap eBay type models.

Can I leave my mat out in the weather?

Yes, Hard Korr solar mats are designed to withstand rain and even hail. However, your panel will not generally produce much electricity during inclement weather so we recommend you bring it inside at these times.

Which panel do I need for my setup?

Start by finding out the total current draw of all the equipment you wish to use. Multiply this figure by the number of hours the equipment is generally used to get the total amp hours consumed. Solar panels can generally provide their stated output for 8 hours per day, so multiply the stated output by 8 hours to find out how many amp hours your solar mat can provide. Here’s a worked example:

  • You use a Korr 5-bar camp kit for 4 hours per day (3A x 4h = 12Ah)
  • You use a fridge 24 hours per day that draws 2A (2A x 24h = 48Ah)
  • Total consumption = 63Ah
  • Solar panel output required = 60Ah / 8 = 7.5A
  • Korr’s 160w mat produces 8.1A and will be sufficient in most circumstances. A 200w panel would provide additional buffer.

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