Designed for children, the Sunlab allows them to discover solar cooking in an educational and tasty experience. After building the oven, the little solar chefs can make many creative recipes. Fruit kebabs with melted chocolate, vegetable spreads with cheese, dishes to be reheated and more. Easy to use, fun & reusable, the Sunlab can be taken everywhere.
- Build a solar oven, using the 3C rule: Concentration - Conservation - Capture
- Discover solar energy, the Sunlab solar cooker uses the energy of the sun,.
- Cook and invent gourmet and creative recipes
The Sunlab will be able to reach a temperature of between 40 and 80°C, both in summer and winter, a gentle and natural cooking
THE SUNLAB, A FUN COOKER TO TAKE EVERYWHERE!
Compact, durable and light (350g), it can be taken anywhere and can be used to heat up a large number of dishes!
Contains: 9 S.Reflect mirrors, 1 thermometer (°C & °F), 1 ramekin and 1 silicone spoon mould, 2 wooden chopsticks, 1 instruction manual.
HOW DOES THE SUNLAB® MINI SOLAR OVEN WORK?
Open the cooking drawer, place the food in a dish and close it
Position facing the sun with the viewfinder line
Orient the mirror panel using the rods to reflect the rays into the transparent window, it's hot!
ABOUT SUNLAB :
"Is it dangerous for children?"
The cooking in the sun is gentle, from 40 to 80°C. It is secured by wooden strips that prevent the cooking drawer from being opened involuntarily, and requires adult supervision .The SUNLAB allows the child a great deal of autonomy.
"What can you cook and how long does it take?"
Numerous gourmet experiences, chocolate fondue 10 minutes, cheese fondue 20 minutes, reheat dishes, pasta, rice, … pizza 30mn
"For what age?"
For all ages from 6 to 99, it allows you to make, discover and cook with the sun and thus to learn about solar thermal technology in a playful way.
COMBINE FUN WITH ECOLOGY
The SUNLAB, in addition to proposing a playful system for your children, will give them the opportunity to awaken their ecological conscience through a reusable product, including functioning within its packaging and of course, using solar energy
Awarded at the LEPINE CONTEST 2019
Zero waste packaging