SunRocket Solar Kettle

SunRocket Solar Kettle

Every outdoorsman needs a hot cup of joe in the morning. It’s practically an unwritten law, and there are plenty of fuel-based options out there whether you’re working with gas or using local tinder. SunRocket’s Solar Kettle has an even better solution: whip up your morning coffee by harnessing the power of the rising sun.

Hardcore survivalists and amateur woodsman alike will find the Solar Kettle to be a rather easy and convenient solution to boiling water, whether you’re purifying melted snow or cooking a full meal. While not as fast as the JetBoil products or as multi-functional as the BioLite stoves, the Solar Kettle’s major advantage is that on a sunny day, you always have a fuel source. There’s no gas canister or digging around for tinder; you simply fill the reservoir, open up the sun panels, and let nature do its work. Solar power is safe for cooking even in areas under a fire ban, and urban survivalists can appreciate its fuel-less operation in times of fuel shortages or in areas where tinder isn’t readily available.



  1. The only way to get anywhere close to a fair etasmite is to actually call up a solar installer in your area, and get a free quote. The price depends vastly on your energy usage, and your location. Two houses can be neighbors, and one can use 20 times as much electricity.Solar hot water costs $4-6k, after which you may get some rebates or credits.Solar electricity costs $6k and up, after which you may get rebates or credits. A typical system, if there is such a thing, is several times that size, and it is not unheard of to have a system 20 times that large.

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