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[[File:SunRocket.jpg|right|SunRocket solar kettle|200px]]
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[[File:Lid_and_side.jpg|thumb|right|200px|SunRocket solar thermos kettle compass on lid and ]]
 
[[File:Lid_and_side.jpg|thumb|right|200px|SunRocket solar thermos kettle compass on lid and ]]
 
The '''SunRocket''' solar [[pasteurizer|kettle]] is available from http://www.SolarKettle.com. It uses an evacuated tube that is boosted by reflective panels to heat and even boil water in as fast as 15 minutes. It has a sturdy handle/stand and sides that folds away to look and work like a conventional 'thermos'. Go ahead and use it as a thermos! The SunRocket keeps the water hot for much longer.
 
The '''SunRocket''' solar [[pasteurizer|kettle]] is available from http://www.SolarKettle.com. It uses an evacuated tube that is boosted by reflective panels to heat and even boil water in as fast as 15 minutes. It has a sturdy handle/stand and sides that folds away to look and work like a conventional 'thermos'. Go ahead and use it as a thermos! The SunRocket keeps the water hot for much longer.

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