You asking for a flexible solar panel charging system, none of the sites listed above carry a system like that, they are all the old stiff variety.
Flexible solar panels are common in the sailing world, I just installed one to trickle charge my boats batteries. You can get them at sailnet.comhttp://www.sailnet.com/store/item.cfm?pid=12106
The ones featured here are pretty indestructable, keep in mind that the charging rate quoted is usually based on a best case scenario. They should be listed as up to x-amount of wattage. They base them on the area of the country they will be used in. Where southwest averages 5 hours of sunshine a day and the northeast averages only 3.
The flexible panels can be rolled up into something resembling a pringles potato chip can. Most have built in diodes so you don't have to worry about them draining your batteries if it gets cloudy. Cost should be anywere from $99 - $299.
Also, keep in mind that a new solar panel puts out about 20% more than it's rated power for about the first 3 weeks when it is new. So if you are hooking up anything sensitive keep that in mind.
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