GoSun Grill

Mar 29, 2017

Category: Gear

Why bother with charcoal or propane when you can use a completely free burning ball of hydrogen and helium located 92 million miles away? That is what the team at GoSun asked themselves before putting together their new GoSun Grill.

This cooker can grill, bake, or broil anything you throw in it. Thanks to a specially designed set of mirrors, the grill focuses 250 watts worth of the suns power directly into a vacuum sealed and insulated tube in which you can cook just about anything you could imagine. Want to roast a chicken for an outdoor picnic? Grill up some shrimp? This thirty pound picnic essential can do it just as fast as your propane powered griller – without the hassle of refilling the propane tank or getting more charcoal. With a working temperature ranging between 250 and 425 degrees fahrenheit, the only limitation you’ll face using this is remembering to bring the paper plates. Prices start at $800. [Purchase]

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