Sunflair Mini Portable Solar Oven
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- Regularly 99.99. #1 Portable Solar Oven from Alaska to Afghanistan! Cook from sun-up to sundown.
- Includes: 1 solar oven thermometer, 1 trivet, 1 collapsible silicone pot, and a handy stuff bag. No assembly required. Easy to use. Sets up and stores in seconds.
- Cook where open flames are not allowed. Possible to cook in some vehicles. (Cook Responsibly!)
- World's lightest and easiest solar oven; floats and dries quickly; folds to the size of a laptop; hiking, boating, fishing, beach, construction sites, RV-ing, tiny houses, camper trailers, educational learning, emergencies, bug out bags, and zombie apocalypse.
- Sunflair donates a portion of our proceeds toward providing a safer, healthier, and greener cooking experience for all, both here at home and across the globe.
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- Entire kit weighs 1 lb, 12 oz and oven folds down to the size of a 3-ring binder.
- State-of-the-art closed cell insulation. Oven can reach temperatures of up to 285 F. Temperature varies depending on season and location. Compare to slow cookers that range between 180 - 300 F or a stovetop that reaches 212 F (boiling) with simmering at 180-190 F. Simmering is a gentler method of cooking, ensuring more tender and flavorful food.
- Four-season cooking below 40 degrees latitude and three-season above. A UV index of 3+ is best for solar cooking.
- Oven folds to 2 x 11 x 13 inches.
- 30-day return policy.
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The highest temperature I've been able to attain was just above 225 degrees. It heats up fast. I tried to set it inside a sealed car on a sunny day but it didn't get any hotter. I think the UV rejecting properties of the front windshield had something to do with that.
It comes with a solid surface flat "trivet" that doubles as a baking sheet, albeit small. Also comes with a collapsible silicone "pot" with lid, small as well, a thermometer, a cooking guide, and a bag to carry everything in.
Very light and very portable. Cooked rice and beans just recently during a partly sunny day. We forgot about it hours later and the food was very fresh, still moist and still very hot! Very pleased.
Still works great and the clear plastic cover is still as clear as it was when I first purchased it. No signs of yellowing from repeated use nor any signs of creasing in the clear plastic cover from folding it flat from storage.
I did see a question about how it performed in the cold. I've never used it in the cold so I decided to see how hot it would get. I'm in Kentucky and it's currently 16°F with clear skies. I started testing it at 1:45pm, and it took 15 minutes to get to around 150°F.
However, it only managed to get up 168°F despite being left out for over 2 hours. Interesting to note, though, is that it was at that temperature even though it sat on top of snow. Moving it to a dry chair did not increase its cooking temperature at all.
Probably could only use it in winter to warm up canned goods because at this latitude I'm looking at maybe 4 hours (tops) of good sun. More than likely couldn't cook anything raw due to low temps and sunlight duration. Others may get hotter temps at lower latitudes and possibly in warmer ambient temperatures. Still 5 stars for me though.
The only drawback to this is that it needs to point at the sun, so occasionally adjusting the oven's position is needed. Maybe I will invent a platform to put these guys on that automatically follows the sun based on GPS position.
For warming up cold food (I have a weird love of hot bananas) / reheating leftovers, this thing is great. While you'd expect it to be a very dry heat, it surprisingly holds quite a bit of moisture in (and I'm in a desert). I rarely eat anything I don't cook, but I did get to test this once on reheating pizza from the day before and I'm convinced it was actually better than when it was fresh.