GoSun Sport Pro Pack
Reviews: Rated 4/5 based on 2 reviews. SKU: GoSunSPP
Gosun Solar Oven
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO START COOKING WITH SOLAR
The GoSun Sport Pro Pack contains a GoSun Sport and everything you need to make full use of it, including a GoSun Brew for boiling water, a padded carrying case for secure travel, an extra cooking tray for prepping your next dish and non-stick silicone baking pans, so you can GoSun anywhere!
Sport Solar Stove: the fastest solar oven you can use to bake, roast or steam a meal in as little as 20 minutes, hitting 288°C
GoSun Brew: a 400ml stainless steel water boiling accessory so you can make tea, coffee, hot chocolate, and dehydrated foods
Padded Carrying Case: Durable construction, with easy clean tray compartments and ample storage, designed for the Sport.
Extra Tray + Baking Pans: Serve with one tray while cooking with the next whilst the silicone baking pans make for easy cleanup.
- Dry Weight: 3.18kg
- Oven Volume: 1.2L fluid or up to 1.4kg of food
- Oven Dimensions: 7.0cm outside diameter, 5.4cm inside diameter, 61cm length
- Unit Open Size: 61cm long x 41cm tall x 30cm wide
- Unit Closed Size: 61cm long x 20cm tall x 13cm wide
- Estimated Power Output: 200 Watts in full sunlight
- Maximum Temperature: 288°C
- Working Temperature: 93°C – 232°C
GoSun SportBy: Andrew Wilson on 9 January 2019Due to its vacuum tube design this appliance will reach quite high peak temperatures, eg it can fully cook meat and get water to the point of boil. Its fold-out carry-bag size limits its overall power somewhat which translates into slower cooking than with a big (unwieldy!) parabolic cooker, but that really just means allowing for an early enough start with late afternoon cooking. It takes long thin loads- great with sausages, meat needs cutting into strips, rows of eggs work fine and 'shapeless' foods like scrambled egg or casserole are not a problem. You have two food trays with the 'sport' so you can cook in one while the other awaits food preparation or cleaning up. Slow cooking means that you can safely walk away and do other things. Won't work after the sun goes down but since it needs no fuel it is a perfect range-extender for a fuel stove. Light and portable it is great for travelling bush holidays in sunny places. At home with a barbecue or on a longer stay at a campsite I'd love to work it in conjunction with a (larger capacity) Gosun Grill for those potfulls of stew. It will hold heat in the food even as the sun goes down but you do have to respect that it is built like a thermos and avoid serious thermal and physical shocks; and you need to be wary of spilling hot fluids from either end of the long thin food trays. The various types of solar cooker all have their pros and cons including learning a new cooking rhythm but it's hell easy really, lotsa fun, a well-developed practical product and I love it.
Waiting for the Go Sun GoBy: David Hamer on 21 March 2018Go Sun Emailed me last year to put my name down for a Go Sun Go (Kickstarter). I did not realising that the freight would be USD $45. Got frustrated waiting for the Go Sun Go, so I did a bit of research to find out who the Australian importer was. On the USA Go Sun site only an Email was available but I Googled and found to my surprise that the Go Sun importer was in Brisbane Qld. I already had a Sun Oven but when I bought it I was considering getting a Go Sun Sport. As two Solar ovens are better than one I bit the bullet and ordered the Go Sun Sport Pro Pack (freight from Brisbane was just over AU $13, ordered Tuesday arrived Friday by Australia Post). The extra money for the Pro Pack was money well spent. I have been really busy, (I am an artist and work from home and I am trying to publicise my work using FaceBook) but a mate came over last Sunday and I cooked us 7 eggs in shell. Turned out great. We ate 6 of them. He has a Toyota FWD and wants to buy a Go Sun Stove now. Anyway, I could say a lot more but this review is long enough. Your Sun Cooking Friend-David (SHARKY) Maryborough, Qld