solar cookers for sale -Copenhagen Solar Cooker – Homemade/DIY

July 26, 2013 – 3:22 am

** This is a solar cooker clean where the cooking pot stays on the ground and reflectors flexible (or panels) are set around it. And ‘highly door …

** Instructions on how to make a solar cooker Copenhagen Step-by-step. It is a solar cooker clean where the cooking pot remains on the ground and the flexi … Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  1. 26 Responses to “solar cookers for sale -Copenhagen Solar Cooker – Homemade/DIY”

  2. A few years ago I thought it couldn’t possibly be practical but after making 5 different solar cookers and cooking countless things, I can’t imagine how I thought that before. I now cook meals this way whenever I’m not too busy and there’s sunlight. Strange how completely different you can come to think about something. I’m glad you enjoyed the video.

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  3. They make a good self cleaning wipe when your out of napkins at the table or toilet paper…..:-)

    By Gary Leventhal on Jul 26, 2013

  4. Actually I suppose I could have replied I could use the cat to polish the reflectors, a Colin Mochrie joke from Who’s Line is it Anyway. :) I’m really a cat lover though.

    I agree re the coolness and cleverness of the cooker. I wish I’d thought it up.

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  5. Just poking fun. I love animals. Specially when cooked medium well. WC Fields. Though he was referring to kids. BTW the solar cooker is cool and clever.

    By Gary Leventhal on Jul 26, 2013

  6. I can’t think of a safe reply. :( Oh! I guess this is my reply! :) 

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  7. Cook the Cat ! Just kidding :-)

    By Gary Leventhal on Jul 26, 2013

  8. Thanks. I use auto shades too, sometimes called sunshades. Check out my “How-to for car sunshade solar cooker windshield” video. I just added a link to it in the description below this video, or you can find it on my channel page. I picked up a mylar bag long ago, but haven’t made use of it yet. Maybe I should. Thanks for the tips.

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  9. Couple of tips 1) you can use an auto shade instead. then shape as needed. I have found the dollar store mylar bags ( the ones that keep food hot or cold ) much better than foil.

    By marthale7 on Jul 26, 2013

  10. Cool! Have fun cooking!

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  11. Thanks bro. I made it ! :)

    By nina omar on Jul 26, 2013

  12. I am from Argentina.Thanks¡¡

    By PabloMMIX on Jul 26, 2013

  13. In my video “Copenhagen Solar Cooker – Homemade/DIY” I show temperatures of 150 Celcius with the cooker I made in this video. You can find a link to that video in the description below this one or on my channel page.

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  14. What is the temperature that produces the Copenhagen Solar Cooker?100 degrees Celcius?

    By PabloMMIX on Jul 26, 2013

  15. Shown at actual speed too! :) (okay, maybe not)

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  16. lol fast hammer.

    By Benji Lim on Jul 26, 2013

  17. Yeah, that’s why I like watching how-to vids (like yours!). You can always learn something new. And my electricity bill is half that of anyone else in my eight-apartment building. So you’re right! :)

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  18. Just looked up solatube, interesting technology. For a period of time during the day you’d gather more light for it but at other times you’d actually be blocking the sun. Unless somehow the whole reflector system follows the sun as whole or you mechanically manipulate the reflectors as I do in my companion video, Copenhagen Solar Cooker Assembly and Setup. It might be simpler to use a few heliostats further away on the roof instead.

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  19. You’re welcome! And thanks for the feedback.

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  20. this is an awesome tutorial, thank you :) Amelia x

    By Amelia Ireton on Jul 26, 2013

  21. I have been looking at the solotube lighting systems and was wondering if this could not be used to collect the light and focus it through fresnel lens cut round to fit the tube in such a way to be raised & lowered ( like an old fasion telescope )to obtain desired focal point… The design of the solotube lens would eliminate changing angles to track the sun.

    By horsey4u21 on Jul 26, 2013

  22. Thanks!

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  23. Yeah, it makes a huge difference. If you check out my Solar Cooking in Winter with Modified CooKit video you’ll see that makes it possible to cook even in subfreezing temperatures.

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  24. It’s no Outback Steakhouse but hopefully Buddy enjoyed it too!

    By RimstarOrg on Jul 26, 2013

  25. you are so much smarter than I will ever be……enjoyed this man!

    By TheTomCoteShow on Jul 26, 2013

  26. I liked how you put the black cooking container inside another clear container to keep it hotter, or insulated which is more efficient.

    By trailkeeper on Jul 26, 2013

  27. i like it

    By MrMaverickstar on Jul 26, 2013

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