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    GoSun Solar Grill



    Reckon this is brilliant. No good for where I am now as apparently they don't have a sun; only gun metal coloured clouds and when they start to break, the spraying starts again.

    Anyway, great idea. Even a Thai wife couldn't blow the house up with one of these. I also wonder if the technology could have a copper coil inserted into to to heat water when not being used as a cooker?
    Originally Posted by bsnub "No wonder I drive a tesla"

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    Outstanding idea and excellent use of technology. Although I like it, a neanderthal misogynist like me would prefer an old style BBQ to play with.

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    Brilliant. But I'll design my on.

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    You could cook your food on the pavement here right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    Brilliant. But I'll design my on.
    Not a bad idea....especially if you incorporated the copper coil to heat water. You could even have a tiny turbine being worked by it that creates power to charge a phone or run a radio

    While you are at it - rebuild this




    brilliant idea, but apparently all of the component tools are shite. Rebuild it to have dewalt kit in it and I'll buy one off ya.
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    More of an oven than a grill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    Brilliant. But I'll design my on.
    Will it be bucket-sized?

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    A great idea. Costs about 200 quid - 10,000 baht.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    A great idea. Costs about 200 quid - 10,000 baht.
    That's for the smaller camping one. This one if 350 quid I think .

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    ^^^^^^^In CM? Yup.

    On the road in NZ we'd wrap our lunches up in tin-foil and wire the bundle onto the truck manifold. Heating up stuff like lasagne or toasted sarnies was quick, and cooking a few snarlers with onions and spuds was no problem, time and a properly wrapped tin-foil sheet was all that mattered.

    Cold meat pies and fish and chips (not wrapped in paper) would be done in 15 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    Brilliant. But I'll design my on.
    Will it be bucket-sized?
    Come on now. We need to focus on the problem.

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    If one could be made to cook rice it would save a lot of charcoal up north.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    If one could be made to cook rice it would save a lot of charcoal up north.
    Stick ride in - add water. Cook. job done?

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    Kurgen would love this.

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