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Harness the power of the sun to create meals just as you would in your gas or electric oven without having to rely on utilities. If the sun is shining, you can bake, even when it's cold outside.

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Wow, kind of expensive. A person can do just fine with the reflectors and they are much cheaper.

If you're selling these commercially you might want to look into a cheaper, simpler solar cooking set-up to offer.

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There are cheaper ways to construct your own for sure. I have done it before. There is something to be said for precision when you really need a solar oven to perform to it's maximum ability. The Global Solar Sun Oven gets hotter than any other solar oven I have heard of.

They are built like a suitcase to pack around easily; my homemade type never could do that.

It is an investment that's for sure. It's built to last and I think a lot of people don't mind investing in quality made in America products, especially when they are very useful in preparedness situations. You can bake in this even when it's below freezing long as the sun is shining. It's not realistic for some people to haul wood or stock upon fuels for cooking. This is an alternative that can be considered.

Thanks for your input, people should always look around for alternatives that may suit their lifestyle and budget better.
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