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    DIY Solar Oven Kit 150

    DIY Solar Oven

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    Now you can try GoSun's breakthrough Vacuum Tube Solar Ovens at the lowest price.  Just place this large, family-scale oven in the Sun and it's able to cook or slow boil water.  Create your own frame and reflector to increase performance and ease of use.

    GoSun's do-it-yourself kit includes:

    • 150mm diameter (6.6 liter) solar evacuated tube oven
    • large roll of reflector material
    • 4 aluminum baking tins

    • Large, Vacuum Insulated Solar Oven
    • Safe to Touch outside while inside reaches up to 500°F (260°C)
    • Flexible Reflector allows for a wide variety of applications
    • Baking Pans included to get your cooking experiments started
    • Oven Volume: 1.8 Gallons (6.6 Liters)
    • Internal length: 21.25 in (54 cm)
    • External length: 25.00 in (63.5 cm)
    • Internal diameter: 4.9 in (124.5 mm)
    • External diameter: 5.9 in (150 mm)
    • Aluminized PE 0.5mm thick Reflector Sheet, 85% Reflectivity
    • Reflector Area: 6.7 square feet (0.6 square meter)
    • Quantity 4 Standard 8" x 4" (20cm x 10cm) Loaf Pans

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      Sounds great but does it come with a cap?

      This is a great idea, but I should point out that I haven't got one yet - just asking a question... Does it come with a cap? I'd imagine that cap will get pretty darn hot. I couldn't see it in the image so figure other people will have this same question too. Or are there instruction on creating this for yourself and appropriate materials?