He uses a clear piece of vinyl that’s attached to wood.
He then fills the vinyl up with some water and uses the sun to do the work.
I was amazed at how powerful the lens he creates are.
With just water + plastic + sun he’s able to create fire.
As long as you have access to the sun you can fry eggs quickly and easily with this set up.
Video length: 2:32
In this second video you’ll get a better idea of how it all works. This time with a larger diameter.
And yes, they’ll show you how to fry an egg on it. 🙂
Video length: 7:35
How’s that for a homemade solar cooker? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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