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Solavore Go Portable Reflective Solar Cooker

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Discovered on 2018-03-23

Cook food from anywhere with the Solavore Go! Portable Reflective Solar Cooker. Featuring a lightweight and portable design, the Solavore Go! makes it easy for you to cook wherever there is sunlight. Using the sun’s energy, the Solavore Go! is a hands-free cooker that cooks for two people in two hours. With its patent-pending curvature, the Solavore G!1 offers gentle and even temperature cooking that consistently delivers. In fact, you don’t have to stir the contents or adjust the angle. Weighing less than two pounds in total, the lightweight silicone pot offers a 1.4-liter capacity. The pot is also collapsible and the cooker and accessories roll up into a small carrying case that is about the size of a yoga mat. Simply carry it over your shoulder or clip it onto your backpack to ensure a meal on the go. Go ahead and take a hike; dinner is already cooking.

Overview & Specs
Capacity :
1.4 Liter
Material :
Ripstop Nylon, Closed Cell XPE Foam, Reflectivity Aluminum, Food-safe DOTP, Food-grade Silicone
Diameter :
7 Inches
Length :
27 Inches
Weight :
18 Ounces
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Kevin Stout
I am bummed that this will not happen soon. I was looking forward to using it this summer.
One suggestion is to add a couple of loops somewhere for tie downs if a strong wind comes up while your out hiking. Please do not give up. Thanks
Brand name aside, for future reference if this project resurrect as another campaign, it could be an improvement to see much more data and tests, including the temperature rising curves on normal/sunny/cloudy days, how "heat resistant" are all parts, if you can put other type of pots inside, and so much more...
@sunshinegirl & nogasforme, you see the irony in your statements if you mean the "go"part of this. Why dont you say gosun shouldnt have used the "sport" in their branding as the solavore (sos) sport has exsisted long before gosun? Food for thought i guess
That sounds really unfair, I think I may cancel my pledge, I don't want to support something that may not be right.
It's not only unfair, but seems wrong, indeed, I found this project by looking for an update from Go Sun.
Hi I love what you doing,and can't wait for my cooker, but I wonder if its fair to use the same name as GoSun's stove?
Swiss backer here. Any possibility to have the solar cooker shipped here? Best to you