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SunRocket Solar Water Heater and Flask

Posted :30+ days old

Location : WARATAH-NSW-2298 (Australia Wide)

Price : $59.50

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The SunRocket is an amazing way to heat and boil water using simply sunlight. Depending on the conditions, The SunRocket can heat water in as little as 30 minutes and will work anywhere the sun shines! Even in the snow! 

The SunRocket suits a range of uses:
Eco living, home energy saving 
Picnics, BBQs, outdoor events 
Travel - camping, campervan, hiking 
Melt snow - turn snow / ice into drinking water or hot water 
Sporting - Fishing, boating, sailing, tennis, golf etc. 
Emergency preparedness and disaster response 
Military / aid agencies
  Farm and field work
  Popular gift idea 

Using the latest in solar thermal technology, the SunRocket uses an evacuated tube, boosted by reflective panels to absorb solar heat. When opened it can heat water in as little as 30 minutes (weather dependent), then when closed can keep hot for hours. 

The SunRocket is scratch and weather resistant, compact and lightweight. 

Made from quality materials under ethical manufacturing processes. 

Specifications: Dimensions: 45x11x11cm (17.7x4.3x4.3inches) Volume: 500ml (17oz) Weight: <1kg (2.2lbs) Materials: Evacuated vacuum glass tube made from Vycor glass (95% silica, high temperature and thermal shock resistant) and copper / aluminum conduction .

Reflective aluminum panels, high quality scratch and weather resistant plastics, pressure release valve. 

Ethical Manufacturing: The SunRocket is made under environmental and ethical manufacturing. 

 Visit and grab your SunRocket NOW!




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