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Last updated: June 4, 2014      

There is a wide variety of solar cookers available in the marketplace today. Some designs are easy to build yourself with inexpensive materials, and plans can be found at solar cooker plans. Cookers that are available commercially can offer convenience, and are typically constructed from durable materials. Most self-made designs will not be waterproof. Basically, cookers can be divided into three groups: Box, Panel, Parabolic. The table below lists strengths and weaknesses of the most common types. Determine which type of cooker might best suit your requirements. It is always best to buy a cooker from a local source since shipping costs can be very expensive.

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Choosing a cooker

Panel-style cookers

  Advantages Disadvantages
General characteristics
  • Inexpensive
  • Many models are collapsible for easy transport and storage
  • Can be used to bake breads and cakes
  • Achieves lower temperatures
  • Can't fry foods
  • Cooks only 1-2 pots of food

Box-style cookers

  Advantages Disadvantages
General characteristics
  • Can cook multiple pots simultaneously
  • Can be built from many different materials
  • Can cook large quantities of food
  • Don't have to be turned to follow the sun while cooking
  • Can be used to bake breads and cakes
  • Can't fry foods
  • Simple box cookers can lack adequate reflector area.
  • The box may shade the cookpot when the sun is lower in the sky. Manufactured box cookers often have a mechanism to tilt the glazing forward, while maintaining a flat cooking tray.

Parabolic cookers

  Advantages Disadvantages
General characteristics
  • Cook as fast as a conventional electric burner
  • Can fry foods
  • More expensive than other models
  • Can blow over in the wind
  • Requires periodic realignment to the sun.
  • Bread baking requires dutch oven
  • Can damage eyes.

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Buy from Solar Cookers International

Box, Panel, and Parabolic solar cookers are available through Solar Cookers International, the sponsor of this wiki, from their online ordering site: Solar Cookers International Marketplace. Proceeds help fund the many projects SCI is involved with around the world promoting solar cooking and water purification. Particularly in areas facing deforestation, and where smoke inhalation from traditional wood burning stoves is a serious health problem. The available solar cookers are listed below. See their site for a complete listing of accessories.

All American Sun Oven

A high performance solar box cooker, the All American Sun Oven is made of durable molded fiberglass and kiln-dried hardwood for years of use. Anodized aluminum reflectors come with 15-year warranty not to rust. Reaches temperatures in the mid- to upper-300ºFs. Weighs 21 pounds and features a convenient carrying handle. Includes oven thermometer.

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SolSource is a high-performance parabolic solar cooker that harnesses the energy of the sun for outdoor cooking. Perfect for your garden, balcony, backyard or rooftop, it is an innovative way to BBQ, grill, steam, bake, boil or fry. Inspired by the problem of indoor pollution from household stoves faced by rural families in China, SolSource is the first of a growing range of products from One Earth Designs.

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All Season Solar Cooker

The key design feature of the All Season Solar Cooker is its adjustable, coordinated reflector array. Working from one of two initial orientations "summer/midday" or "winter/morning", it can focus on a solar elevation of 40º to 90º (summer) or 0º to 50º (winter). The cooker accomplishes this while maintaining a level cooking floor at all times. The advantage of the ASSC is that it can efficiently capture the earliest morning sun - starting cooking far earlier than most other designs.

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Copenhagen Solar Cooker Light

The Copenhagen Solar Cooker Light is a small, compact, inexpensive solar panel cooker made from attractively colored, durable, reflective vinyl covered panels. The Copenhagen Solar Cooker Light comes as an easily assembled kit. Because it is light weight and folds flat you can take it camping, fishing, Backpacking, to the beach or just use it at home.

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The HotPot is a versatile solar cooker, good for use at RV parks, on the boat, in the backyard, emergency or disaster preparedness, and regular use. Reflectors are made of polished aluminum. The 3 liter (~3 qt.) steel cooking bowl is coated with UV absorbent food grade enamel and comes with a glass lid. Panels can be easily folded for storage. Cooking temperature ranges up to 250°F (120°C).

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