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    The best cooker ever. Period.

    No wood to split. No charcoal to purchase. No hopper to fill. No wall socket needed. No running to the propane filling station. No getting up in the middle of the night Set and forget. Yes folks, this one has it all.

    Sol Cook | United States | All Season Solar Cooker

    Please, no pushing. No shoving. No flooding the market with your used gear.

    #2
    I dunno man. It doesn't slice OR dice...

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    • Troutman
      Troutman commented
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      Agreed, I don't see the Ron Popeil seal of approval anywhere on that site

    #3
    They all run out of fuel sooner or later

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      #4
      When we need to block out the sun when the machines take over it will be useless.

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      • JCBBQ
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        Lol

      #5
      It all looks like pretty standard stuff ... except for its miraculous ability to extract salt from fresh water:

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      ... sign me up!!!

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      • Kevin Fuess
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        Well fresh water contains on the average .02% salt. So..... for a mere 62 gallons of water you could get 1# of salt.

      • Kevin Fuess
        Kevin Fuess commented
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        Well my decimal got moved. That would be 620 gallons of water for that pound of salt.

      #6
      Wonder how long an 18# full packer would take?

      On another bright note, that's a killer looking stew on their web page. I'll give them thumbs up for that

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      • ComfortablyNumb
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        "On another bright note...."

        I see what you did there.

        As for the brisket, in the future Alaska in summer is going to be the brisket capitol of the world Franklin is already looking for a building....

      #7
      I just don’t picture Jeremiah Johnson pull this out of his pack, settin up camp, & cookin rabbit. No sir!
      Now, Peewee Herman, yessir! It’s all aesthetics these days there fella.

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        #8
        Hey watch those Pee-Wee Herman comments, his cooking skills are actually world renowned

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          #9
          FOR SALE: Weber 22” Kettle and WSM. Cheap...Accessories Included.
          Attached Files

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            #10
            P.T. Barnum had a saying for people who buy stuff like this. How did that go.......

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            • 58limited
              58limited commented
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              For him, it went great! He died rich.
              Last edited by 58limited; March 24, 2021, 03:26 PM.

            #11
            Fails at overnight cooks. 1-star.

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              #12
              "No getting up in the middle of the night Set and forget" must be one Bright Full Moon.

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                #13
                I think I cooked a hot dog in a tinfoil covered shoe box in 5th grade. If I only patented it back then!

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                • gcdmd
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                  Calling chemical/electrical engineers:

                  If you hooked the electrodes from a potato battery to the ends of a hot dog, which one would get cooked? It would depend on the acids in one vs. the other, I suppose.

                #14
                Does it come with an optional magnifying glass to focus the sun's rays and give food a nice char?

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                  #15
                  I've been making manifold-cooked foil-wrapped burritos on jeep trips for 30 years and they come out pretty good. there's even a company or two that make "ovens" that install underhood and hold multiple burritos, hot dogs or whatever.

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