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This Tough Sola Kooka has an outside skin of colourbond steel and will withstand lots of punishment while still keeping its shape and strength. It reaches a temperature of 165c and features two seat positions, one for winter sun angles or low morning/afternoon sunlight, plus a more flatter Summer Sun angle or high midday sunshine. Both bottoms are flat and sturdy so the food is not on any sort of swing system, always ensuring a stable cooking surface. Its tough, looks good and so far, this design has been in use all over Australia for 15 years with no re-calls, and with a little care, should give a lifetime of use to their owners.

This design has been so successful and is starting to be noticed both in the cities and in the country, as a dependable survival instrument.

Noel Bourke has been making Sola Kooka's by hand for over 15 years. He makes several types of Kookas, ranging in temp. from 165 to 200 degrees celcius. In 2010 he has been granted a provosional patent on his Sola Kookas, protecting his intellectual property right. He continues making Sola Kooka's and can be contacted on 04 19 69 99 10 or He lives in Perth, Heathridge.

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