SolSource Solar Cooker is the ultimate solar cooker. 100% solar powered, Reached 550F/350C, Boils 1 quart of water in 10 minutes, Works with indoor cookware, Purify water for drinking

SolSource Solar Cooker

Availability: In Stock

Regular Price: $1,024.00

Special Price $798.72

Its innovative design allows you to capture sunlight to give you extraordinary heat – you can cook healthy and delicious meals outdoors and indoors, boil and purify water for drinking, sterilize jars and utensils for food preservation, and heat water for domestic use for outdoor living or during power outage.
How does it work? The parabolic mirror concentrates direct sunlight onto the cookware for instant heat reaching 550°F / 280°C. That means you can boil 4 cups / 1 litre of water in 10 minutes.
Thanks to its unique chef interface, cooking on the award-winning SolSource solar cooker is just like cooking on a conventional stove top. Quick start – point the cooker to the sun and it heats up 5x faster than charcoal. So you can grill chicken and steaks, stir-fry vegetables or boil pasta just like the way you do. You can control the heat by simply adjusting the reflective mirrors. It is perfect for sustainable and off grid living.
The advance self-healing polymer maximizes the effectiveness of the reflective mirrors and ensures durability. It is easy to clean too – with soapy water and a soft cloth.

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SOLSOURCE-THE ULTIMATE SOLAR COOKER

EASY TO USE

SolSource is very user friendly. One can easily tilt the solar cooker. The alignment mirror helps to point concentrated sunlight directly onto your cooker.

STAYS COOL

The solar reflectors remain cool while you cook. We recommend wearing oven gloves when handling hot cookware.

DURABLE

The solar reflectors are made of our patented self-healing polymer.

EASY CLEANING

The solar reflectors are easy to clean. Simply use warm soapy water to wipe of grease splatter and a soft cloth to dry afterwards.

SolSource works in partial sunlight too

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