GoSun Solar Sport
Dry Weight: 7 lbs (3.18kg)
Oven Volume: 40oz (1.2L) fluid or up to 3 lbs (1.4kg) of food
Oven Dimensions: 2.7” (7.0cm) outside diameter, 2.1” (5.4cm) inside diameter , 24” (61cm) length
Unit Open Size: 24” (61cm) long x 16” (41cm) tall x 12” (30cm) wide
Unit Closed Size: 24” (61cm) long x 8” (20cm) tall x 5” (13cm) wide
Estimated Power Output: 200 Watts in full sunlight
Maximum Temperature: 550°F (288°C)
Working Temperature: 200°F (93°C) – 450°F (232°C)
- GoSun Sport Solar Stove: With industry grade annodized aluminum reflectors and stainless steel legs that function as carrying handles
- Stainless Steel Cooking Tray: Including detachable handle that threads onto inside of tray for compact storage
- Scrubby Cleaning Tool: Designed for the occasonal easy cleanup
- Starter Cookbooklet: Outlining basic stratgies for cooking a valiety of dishes
- User’s Manual: Always a good thing to have
What can the GoSun Sport cook?
Bake, roast, steam and fry, the GoSun Sport is a versatile cooker! For some culinary inspiration check out the GoSun Recipe Blog.
Can the GoSun Sport boil water?
GoSun does no recommend boiling water in the Sport directly against the tube. We are however currently in the final stages of manufacturing the GoSun Brew, our water boiling insert, fit for the GoSun Sport. To be kept in the loop about the GoSun.
How much Sun do I need to cook?
You might be surprised how little Sun is needed to finish a meal. As a rule of thumb, the stove will cook quickly if you can see a defined shadow from your hand even when overcast, windy and in some cases rainy. If thick clouds are spotty, cooking is still possible, though it will take longer as the stove builds up heat during the sunny periods. We suggest using a weather tracking app like My Radar to help plan and set you up for success!
How do I know when my food is done?
Many foods will finish cooking when the internal temperature of the food hits near 212°F/100°C. This means that steam is a strong indicator of a dish’s progress. Noticing smell is another easy and surprisingly intuitive way to judging your food’s progress, just make sure not to burn your nose! Give it a couple tries and you’ll be a pro.