Solar Panels – How to build – 45 watt Harbor Freight Kit Review


Un-boxing and assembling the 45 Watt Harbor Freight Solar Panel kit. My Brother and I got this kit for Christmas and set it up on a sunny day in December. Basic assembly out of the box with a little bit of rigging. No tools necessary. Optional tools used: tack welder, vice grips, file, and knife if you have one. Awesome, lots of fun. Works good. We plan on uploading more videos about this project. ————————————————- THE USE OF ANY COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL IS USED …

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  1. #1 by cornsqueezins at December 29th, 2009

    ARRBER FREIGHT!

  2. #2 by hogandm1 at December 29th, 2009

    Sharp and useful. Well done with a tinge of quality. I love the video and sound effects including *boing”, and old music.

  3. #3 by michael970 at December 29th, 2009

    great job I have 3 sets and one sharp 80w panel they seem to work fine.check out my videos if you get a chance you might get some more ideas for your next alternative energy project.keep us posted

  4. #4 by fmcoomer at December 30th, 2009

    Cool nicely done.very informative. love the welding and music.

  5. #5 by musicisloveislove at December 30th, 2009

    I liked it. Nice job! =]

  6. #6 by toodlesaunt at December 30th, 2009

    Ya’ll are too funny! I just cracked up at this video. Real informative though, on how to assemble the solar panel kit and I love the ending of the hoisting up the solar light and showing it in the dark illuminated!!!!

  7. #7 by toodlesaunt at December 30th, 2009

    Funny and informative too!

  8. #8 by digdugdiggy at December 30th, 2009

    Thanks for the view! This is my second attempt even picking up the camera, as well as windows movie maker.

    I appreciate the encouragment. Thanks.

  9. #9 by cornsqueezins at December 30th, 2009

    Hey your video doesn’t show up when you search “panels” instead of just panel
    Nice cutwork on the video

  10. #10 by datasouth at December 31st, 2009

    Thats allllllllllright :)Shine Brite Nite Lite

  11. #11 by possenti at January 1st, 2010

    I’m considering buying this same kit, and now I think I will. I’m a welder by trade so I don’t think I’ll have the same assembly problems. Thanks for sharing in an entertaining way.

  12. #12 by digdugdiggy at January 1st, 2010

    @possenti

    Great! The welding here was done through the magic of editing. It really took alot more hassle with rusty rods, etc.

    Glad that you liked it!

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