Sungood solar cooker and oven
With the Sungood solar cooker and oven from Solar Brother, you can now cook wherever you want, without the need for gas, electricity or wood.
The energy of the sun will allow you to cook without flame, without smoke: a new way of cooking using free and ecological energy that is also completely safe. Indeed, with the Sungood solar oven, you can cook from anywhere (mountain, sea, etc.) without taking any risks (fire, etc.)
This solar cooker heats your food to a temperature of 100°C to 120°C, regardless of the outside temperature, whether in winter or summer. You can cook vegetables, rice, fish, meat, etc. and use it in addition to your barbecue to cook your vegetables.
Thanks to the energy of the sun, the rays will reflect on the mirrors of the solar oven to then come to concentrate on your dish. The heat rises in temperature to be able to heat your container and allow food to cook gently.
- Open the solar oven
- Place your dish in the center (the baking dish must be black or dark in color)
- Orient the Sungood solar oven facing the sun
- Enjoy the sun while your food cooks.
Very easy to install , the solar cooker and oven can be deployed in less than 5 minutes and requires no tools. Very compact, it won't take up space in your van, campervan or motorhome and even in your backpack. It is also very light (950g) so very practical to take on all your adventures.
A very beautiful invention, the Sungood solar cooker and oven was awarded at the Lépine competition in 2018.
The Sungood solar cooker is composed of a reflector, a cooking bag, a dish rest and a solar recipe booklet.
- Dimensions (folded) : (w)34cm*(w)26cm*(h)3cm
- Dimensions (unfolded) : (w)90cm*(w)58cm*(h)25cm
- Weight : 950g
- Materials : Polypro, S-ReflecT© 200 µ adhesive mirror film, cotton bags.
- Colors : yellow
- Temperature : Solar cooking 100°C to 120°C unsupervised
- Capacity : 2-4 people
- Easy maintenance with a damp cloth
100% cotton carry bag provided.
It is recommended to use a black container in order to capture the maximum of the sun's rays.