Solavore Sport Solar Oven - Portable Solar Cooking Package Complete with All Season Solar Reflectors, 2 Granite Ware Pots, Oven Thermometer, and Water Pasteurization Tool
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- The perfect solar oven, whether you're baking cookies in your backyard or slow cooking a batch of our Solavore Chili while camping
- Top Rated Solar Oven on Amazon - easy to use, durable, and portable (weighs only 9 lbs)
- Oven holds two 10-inch pots (included) or your favorite lasagna pan
- Detachable all-season TR-86 High Performance Reflector with mirror-like finish
- All oven components are made in USA. Housing is made from rugged recycled nylon plastic for weatherability and durability
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|Item Dimensions||17 x 12.25 x 27.25 inches|
|Item Weight||8.8 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||867010000112|
|Shipping Weight||19.85 pounds|
Cooking outdoors has never been more fun!
What is the Solavore Sport? The Solavore Sport is a retained-heat box-type solar cooker, the most versatile of solar cooker designs. Bake, simmer, roast, dehydrate, even pasteurize water. 1” surround insulation means you can cook even under passing clouds.
How hot does it get? The typical range for the Solavore Sport is 200º to 300º F. That’s plenty hot, since most foods cook at 180º. No burning. Food retains more color, texture, and nutrients. Some solar ovens reach temperatures of a conventional oven, however, as with a conventional oven, you cannot leave your oven unattended all day. Set your food to cook in your Solavore Sport and leave for work, play, or for lending a hand to a neighbor.
Is the Sport safe around children? One-inch insulation means that heat stays on the inside yet the outside is not hot to the touch. There is no glass whatsoever on the Solavore Sport. The housing is made from rugged recycled nylon plastic for weatherability and durability. We drop-test our housings from 12’ onto concrete – so you can rest assured it will stand up to rough weather (and kids and dogs).
Do I have to use the pots that come with the Solavore Sport? Dark pots with lids provide the best heat transference, accelerating the cooking process, but you can use whatever suits your dish – cookie sheets, Pyrex lasagna pans, or your favorite bread loaf pan. All you add is sunshine.
The Solavore Sport comes ready to go. Includes detachable TR-86 High Performance Reflector, two 10” round Graniteware pots, thermometer, Water Pasteurization Indicator (WAPI) and Solavore Getting Started Guide (with recipes). The oven measures 27” long x 17” wide x 12” high. The Solavore Sport is proudly Made in the USA.
Top Customer Reviews
If I had to make a choice between the two I would definitely take the SOS Sport Solar oven.
The Global Sun Oven gets hotter quicker, but the SOS Sport Oven is the superior piece of equipment.
The SOS Sport Solar Oven reliably heats up to about 220f and stays there. It will not get so hot that it will ever burn your food - but it will brown breads and meats. The SOS Sport also will cook two dishes at once.
The SOS Sport Solar Oven is also less expensive than the Global Sun Oven, is a "green" product made by a legitimate Not For Profit organization; is made from recycled materials, is made in the USA, and does not out gas when used.
I painted the interior of my SOS Sport Solar oven and the exterior of the pots/lids with hi-temp flat black paint to further improve the light/heat absorption of the oven. I have also found various other pots, trays, sheets and a small oblong Dutch oven that fit into the oven chamber of the SOS Sport (and have painted their exteriors with hi-temp flat black also). For the cookie sheets I use a 9x16 inch piece of heavy aluminum foil sheeting that I cut from the bottom of a disposable aluminum turkey pan. I painted one side flat black with hi-temp black paint and I just lay it over the cookie sheet or bread trays (laying it with the black side facing up).
All in all the SOS Sport Solar Oven is a winner. It is well made, affordable, easy to use, and is an effective piece of equipment. I use mine (and the Global Sun Oven) often, especially during the summer because by using my solar ovens I do not have to use my regular oven - so I thus do not have to use electricity nor pay for the energy to run my A/C to cool the area after heating the kitchen by cooking with my regular stove/oven.
And for emergency situations The SOS Sport Solar Oven is a great piece of equipment to own. Add to this a Stovetec One Door Deluxe rocket stove, and a Saratoga Jack's 7Ltr Two Pot Thermal Cooker, and a portable single burner butane camping stove and Vola! You have the capacity to cook without fuel on sunny days, to heat/cook a meal by means of wood or any bio-combustable during night-time or inclimate weather, and to cook indoors when necessary day or night - and all without power from the grid.
SOS Sport Solar Oven
Stovetec rocket stove
Single burner butane camping stove
Ceramic water filter
At least three 5 gallon buckets with lids
One 5 gallon bucket toilet (with lid)
A roll of toilet paper (placed in a zip-lock bag)
Leatherman Wave multi tool
Crank and/or solar powered emergency radio (with lithium AA battery backup)
LED flashlights with lithium AA batteries
Several extra lithium AA batteries
96 hours worth of all your meds (in water proof pill bottles)
A basic medical emergency kit
One full change of clothes per person
A few power/sport drinks (Gatorade, etc)
A few 5 hour energy drinks
A few cans of soup/stew or canned food that you like
A can opener (w/bottle opener)
Sterno or a can of chaffing fuel (if you haven't got a butane stove)
A pot with a lid
One spork per person
This is all simple, basic, easily available stuff. Purchase it piece by piece as you can. Put all of it that will fit into the 5 gallon buckets, put the lids on them - and remember that you have it when you need it if an emergency arises.
I hope this helps.
Compared to the Global Solar Oven this is larger, and a better price. And the fact that it comes with 2 pans is an added bonus.
I have done chili, a potato crusted quiche, Mexican chicken and rice. Tomorrow is the big test: steak and baked potato. I am confident it will be one of the best steaks I have ever done and I do great steaks.
If you are on the fence about solar cooking, give it a try. It is perfectly safe as the thermometer will prove.