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I was wondering if anyone here had any experience using the Sunflair solar oven who would be willing to share your experience with it. What kind of climate are you living in and what kind of temps/results have you gotten with the oven?
 
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I'm sure it's a fine solar cooker. I'm in Toronto, Ontario Canada and find the CookIt panel cooker very simple to use, much like the Sunflair. What I've found is the large reflector offers better solar gain. One problem encountered with panel cookers is you can over load them and they will take much longer to cook your food. If you are in the Southern US this cooker should be good.
 
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