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Portable Parabolic Solar Reflector

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In this review we check out the solsource sport, a great off grid tool that needs improvement in some areas.

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10 thoughts on “Portable Parabolic Solar Reflector

  1. “You were so busy thinking about wether you could do it, that you never stopped to think if you should”
    – Dr. Ian Malcolm

  2. I could see that working well in a homestead or a bug out situation in the hot months. It would definitely save on time and labour collecting would or using valuable man made fuels that could be saved for the shitty days.

  3. Great video CP. You’re always so thorough on your channel. I brought my large cooker to the new location and had some crazy accidental burn issues that came up. I might be making a video about that soon.

    1. Hey, I totally agree with your concept of having an elevation adjustment. I was thinking the same thing myself back when I first bought the thing. If those two hook arms could slide longer or shorter, then you could de-focus the spot a bit and get a much more versatile product.

  4. Just wondering CP; If you put a copper “pad” underneath the pot, wouldn’t that disperse the heat to a wider area? I get what you’re saying and agree, but was thinking (for those not mechanically “inclined”) as a temp “fix”.

  5. A Fresnel lens might be a better choice if portability is crucial. If I lived in Arizona or some place where I could count on sunshine most of the year I would definitely be interested in the large unit.

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