Portable Water Heater – SunRocket Solar Thermos and Kettle – Boil Water With Only Sunlight

July 3, 2013 - Comment

The SunRocket Solar Kettle – Portable Solar Water Heater and Flask The SunRocket is an amazing way to heat and boil water using simply sunlight. Depending on the conditions, the SunRocket can heat water in as little as 30 minutes and will work anywhere the sun shines! Even in the snow! The SunRocket suits a

The SunRocket Solar Kettle – Portable Solar Water Heater and Flask The SunRocket is an amazing way to heat and boil water using simply sunlight. Depending on the conditions, the SunRocket can heat water in as little as 30 minutes and will work anywhere the sun shines! Even in the snow! The SunRocket suits a range of uses: – Eco living, home energy saving – Picnics, BBQs, outdoor events – Travel – camping, campervan, hiking – Melt snow – turn snow / ice into drinking water or hot water – Sporting – Fishing, boating, sailing, tennis, golf etc. – Emergency preparedness and disaster response – Military / aid agencies – Farm and field work – Popular gift idea Using the latest in solar thermal technology, the SunRocket uses an evacuated tube, boosted by reflective panels to absorb solar heat. When opened it can heat water in as little as 30 minutes (weather dependent), then when closed can keep hot for hours. The SunRocket is scratch and weather resistant, compact and lightweight. Made from quality materials under ethical manufacturing processes.

Product Features

  • Hot water from sunlight! Boil water for drinking, washing, cooking, sterilizing, rehydrating foods
  • Portable, sturdy, light weight, robust – gets hot then closes up to stay hot for hours!
  • Take camping, hiking, boating, fishing, picnics – anywhere hot water is useful!
  • An essential part of any Emergency Management kit – heat treat water to kill bacteria, rehydrate foods
  • Makes the perfect gift for those hard to buy for!

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Jennifer L. Madison says:

wow I was able to make steaming hot water in about 45 minutes, in Wisconsin, in January. If you have a bright, sunny day, this can work year-round. Since the tube in the middle is made out of glass, make sure you don’t drop it. The seller shipped this quickly.

R. Seehoffer "Author" says:

Was Skeptical… WAS I purchased this just to have in my ‘kit’–I’m not a ‘prepper’ per se but like to have options. I read the reviews of this unit and also investigated a very similar device recently released in Britain called Solar Kettle, and this one seemed a bit better designed and had more history. Price was about the same. I didn’t really know what to expect and was a bit skeptical as is my nature, although I tried to keep an open mind and the concept seemed sound. The SunRocket arrived yesterday afternoon (way early considering the Memorial Day holiday) and even though it was nearly 3 pm I thought I’d give it a quick go. I washed and filled it, and sat it on my patio facing roughly southwest. I left off the lid and inserted an electronic kitchen thermometer. The water was 80 F initially, and within a few minutes it started to climb. I got a little less than a degree per minute for the first hour. As the sun moved farther west I stood the unit up on its base and it continued to climb slowly,…

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