DIY Build a Solar Stove
Solar Stove, DIY How to Build book at diySufficient.com only $4.99
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DIY Build a Solar Stove

4.57 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)

$2.99

The Sun shines enough free energy on the Earth every day to power every city in the world 17 times. They can’t charge you for tapping into this energy source, at least not yet. Take advantage of it and learn exactly what you need to know to build a solar oven step by step. It’s that simple.

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Product Description

Two different 40 page plans to get you cooking in a solar stove and a separate, but just as efficient diySufficient.com product money back garunteesolar oven with 100% of natural, healthy Sun energy.

Simple and basic, no specialty knowledge/experience needed. Typical items used making access available to everyone.

    • Recipes included
    • Cheap AND easy
    • Is applicable in any region, any temperature and adapted to any size required
    • Beginner to Experienced level format (process made simple)
    • Tested, and now patented process
    • Set up time is typically 2 days.
    • 100% money back guarantee if not satisfied
    • Free unlimited support

    Dan Martin’s has written his guides so that everyone, everywhere, of all ages and genders can easily carry-out each set of step by step instructions at the lowest cost (often with free materials) possible. They’re packed with easy to read directions, clear step specific photos and great diagrams/drawings.

    No more excuses, sit down this weekend and do it!

    To save on paper and further help the environment, all books are now digitally delivered

7 reviews for DIY Build a Solar Stove

  1. 4 out of 5

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    There’s something to be said for peeling away the onion and taking it to the most minimal source of function. The DIY book, “How to Build a Solar Stove,” does just that. Just a step up from making a campfire without matches, your book employs just a few more simple, everyday objects (cardboard boxes, hangers, tin foil, glue, duct tape, etc.) and uses the natural sunlight to do all the work. Unfortunately, the sun doesn’t always shine. Therefore, you wouldn’t be able to use the solar stove on a rainy or cloudy day. Perhaps that’s why our forefathers developed electricity to heat our food more reliably. Easily made, the biggest use for the solar stove seems to be for camping or fishing in a remote, sunny area, or like the book said, if you’re out in the desert.. The book is well-written and easy to follow. Because I think it is only useful on a limited basis, I give it ****–4 stars!

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Finally a guide I can follow. Easy to understand. Love the pix! Was able to compete it just over the weekend.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    Great instructions. I love that this book uses objects around the house that you don’t have to spend a ton on, like aluminum tape, duct tape, mirror, and that it is easy to make. Even Plexiglas isn’t hard to find. It’s cheap to make, portable and comes in handy. Thanks for the good tips!

  4. 5 out of 5

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    Thanks for the help. It seems pretty easy to do. Waiting for some good, sunny days to try it out!

  5. 5 out of 5

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    I purchased the How to build a solar oven and the How to build a solar cooker e-books on this site as well and was expecting repeat info or short books, but was pleasantly surprised with all three. I’d suggest purchasing the “Complete Collection” package though if you’re going to buy more than a couple books anyway. I ended up doing that in the end and am very satisfied with my purchase. Had to test the waters first though with this one if you know what I mean. Great books, great site, keep up the great work.

  6. 3 out of 5

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    This book seems very similar to “How to Build a Solar Stove” just with a different title. Don’t really see much difference between the two. I think you should have just combined the two.

  7. 5 out of 5

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    The problem with this solar cooker is that it takes a lot longer time to cook meat thoroughly. You really can’t control the intensity of the heat very well like a gas burner. I guess for emergencies, like a catastrophe where you had no stoves, this might work. Either way it was fun and very easy to build.

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