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GoSun Sport

5.00 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

$299.00 $269.00

The GoSun Sport is the fastest and most practical solar cooker on the market.  With the ability to cook a meal in 20 minutes, reaching temperatures over 550°F /290°C, and finish a meal under cloudy skies, the GoSun Sport is the next evolution in fuel free cooking.

 

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Product Description

The GoSun Sport is the world’s most practical solar cooking solution, and here’s why:

Fast

Cooks a meal in as little as 20 minutes, reaching temperatures above 550°F/ 290°C.

Cooks When Cloudy

You dont have to see the Sun to solar cook! The GoSun is so effective almost no day is off limits!

Portable

Deploys in seconds and collapses into a durable package. GoSun anywhere!

Fuel-Free

No mess. No flames. No cost. Always prepared for delicious!

Versatile

Steam, bake, fry, roast and boil, anything is possible inside the tube.

Two Year Warranty

The tubes are durable, made of borosilicate glass (like Pyrex®). If it breaks, we’ve got you covered.

More Info:

The Sport’s compound parabolic reflectors and tubular design converts nearly 80% of all sunlight entering it’s refectories into useable heat.

The standard package includes a durable borosilicate, evacuated glass tube cooking chamber, two foldable parabolic reflectors that protect the tube like a clamshell, a stainless steel cooking tray with handle for getting food in and out, a rugged cleaning scrubby (attaches to the end of the tray, to double as cleaning tool), and a carrying handle that unfolds to become a set of support legs, which can be used to adjust the tube to face the sun in any position along two axis’.

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GoSun Sport Product Specifications
Dry Weight: 7 lbs (3.18kg)
Oven Volume: 53oz (1.6L) liquid or up to 3 lbs (1.4kg) of food
Oven Dimensions: 2.8” (7.6cm) outside diameter, 2.3” (5.8cm) 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: 230 Watts in full sunlight
Maximum Temperature: 700°F (371°C)
Working Temperature: 200°F (93°C) – 550°F (288°C)
Cooking Time: As fast as 10 minutes, see graph for more info


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Additional Information

Weight 10.00 lbs
Dimensions 29 x 10 x 6 in

6 reviews for GoSun Sport

  1. Svonderhaar@brownmackie.edu
    5 out of 5

    :

    Marble potatoes is what my Mom’s farm family called those tiny ones that don’t get the chance to grow up. They creamed them in a skillet with onions. If they had the GoSun Stove like I do, they could have cooked them just as fast, with much less work for a more healthy and delicious meal. Just a sprinkle of salt added. Yum!
    I’m cooking up marble potatoes for breakfast in my east-facing window with GoSun.

  2. Wpropst@msn.com
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Go Sun is a fast and fun way to cook. My wife cooks something new everyday. Even on cloudy days this cooker really heats up. Forget the gas Go Sun!

  3. omar_sa71@yahoo.com
    5 out of 5

    :

    Pls i want to know how can i import this products to Jordan

  4. selinakao@hotmail.com
    5 out of 5

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    I purchased the Go Sun Sport Pro Pack. I was amazed how well it works. I think the Go Sun stove is fantastic. It’s portable. It’s easy to use. It cooks food with very little time if you have enough sun and with the right sun facing direction.

    Although I like Go Sun very much, there are still disadvantages that I believed making your product not widely acceptable. The solar tube design makes Go sun very portable and works so well with the solar. I have a family of 7. I can’t imagine how am I going to cook enough food to feed my family with just one Go Sun with the tube design. Having multiples are too expensive. The food must fit into the tube. The cleaning is another tricky business if you are not careful. There are other solar cooker on the market that does not use the solar technology the way you guys do (which I do believe is better). However, their design is quite simple, flexible and allows your own pot or even whole turkey to be cooked quite efficiently. A Go Sun that allows higher volume and larger food size that is still affordable would be ideal for me, not just putting multiple tubes together.

    Another thought is, a cooker that can be used indoor at night with the saved-up solar energy would stand out from competitors. In North America, the sky is dark when I go to work. The sky is dark before I am off work. The time frame to cook enough food for a family is fairly limited with the current tube design.

    In my opinion, Go Sun is great for casual personal application and emergency situation rather than daily family cooking application. I do hope in future we don’t need to use electric or gas stove to cook our daily meals at all. That would be my dream.

  5. Catfish3590@hotmail.com
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Portable, sturdy, easy to use and fast. Just have to be creative with recipes and menus to make a whole meal. Sort of like having a bbq, not everything in the meal is prepared on the grill, and what is cooked may come in waves. It is as the website says a new way of thinking about cooking. I agree and thats a good thing. Still I have fed a whole family and friends. Also complemented afternoon gathering with appetizers. I cook a tray or three of muffins, then grill some taters and veg, place these all in a thick bowl with lid to stay warm and then cook the meat. I have done chicken and shrimp as some salad and tortillas and thats a great meal. Love that the unit then keeps it warm but moist until after sunset.

  6. info@capebreton.vacations
    5 out of 5

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    This is perfect vor our vacation homes wilderness luxury cottages right at the ocean. Do you ship to Canada?

    • mattg@gosunstove.com

      :

      Yes we do! Perhaps we could trade a stove for a few nights for the team by the ocean. ;)

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