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Hot Liner Solar Stovetop

Hot Liner Solar Stovetop

The Hot Liner concept, which won the Golden Haechi award at the 2010 Seoul International Design Competition, co-hosted by Designboom, is a flexible panel rigid enough to form a stovetop, but flexible enough to lay flat on the ground or even hang on a tree for recharging.

Once the two-piece Hot Liner system is charged, it can be fit together in different configurations, depending on the size of the cooking pot or pots being used. For a small pot, just connect a single liner in a ring and adjust the shape to support the pot. For larger saucepans, two liners can be fit together the same way, providing an off-grid ”dual burner” stovetop anywhere at any time.

The solar stovetop was designed to accommodate people living without access to reliable electricity in Africa.

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  1. Rojelio

    April 24, 2011 at 3:00 pm

    I can’t really tell from this ad how it’s supposed to work. Can it be turned on and off for example? Poor marketing.

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