The GoSun Fusion™ is the world's first solar oven that can also cook without Sun. A hybrid solar + electric oven runs on sunshine or 12 Volt from your car, boat, RV or PowerBank
Hybrid Solar Oven • 4-5 Meals
Solar cooking without compromise
Cook, fry, steam, bake, or boil - all with the power of the Sun. Built to harness the heat of the Sun, the Fusion cooks a meal for 5 inside the evacuated tube. At temperatures over 400˚ F, this solar oven can cook a meal anywhere the Sun shines.
Ready to heat
If you're out of sunlight, plug the Fusion into a 12V source to power the 150 watt heating element. Use GoSun solar chargers to harness the power of the Sun to cook day and night.
Cooking under full sun is always nice with a solar cooker, but GoSun operates under a wide range of conditions; cloudy, freezing, muggy, snowing, windy, dusty, you name it, nothing is off limits. Now, with the electric heater, the cooking never ends.
This portable, solar-powered oven was built for the apocalypse.
If you’re looking for a cleaner way to cook during next year’s camping season, the Fusion could be a bright idea for you.
The Fusion is five times more efficient than a traditional oven
Patented solar cooking technology
The Fusion's patented solar evacuated tube creates the most efficient insulation in modern cooking technology. Two parabolic reflectors concentrate the sunlight into the cooking chamber - trapping the energy inside for cooking.
Great solar cooker!
We love our sport model but needed a larger model for guests. The build is quite sturdy which makes it a bit easier to use than the sport model. We tried the battery backup one day when we lost the sun and it worked well too. I love that the food can stay warm and moist without overcooking just by closing the reflectors. We use the Fusion for everyday cooking, not just for camping.
Love my Fusion
I bought this last year and absolutely love it. I’ve baked brownies, bread (banana and regular), roasts, piles of veggies. Even lasagna if you cut it into pieces to fit. I have an extra pan and scraped off all the electrical coating (a lot of work but worth it!) I use it for strictly sun cooking. Makes it easier to clean and I believe the bottom of the pan gets hotter. I always line it with parchment paper for easier cleaning, though the pan is easy to clean anyway. I used it last winter in the snow and cold (15 deg). The sun was so low on the horizon that I had to tilt it, but it worked great. It’s easy to carry to your sunny spot and set up. I never cook indoors in the summer now. And cook with it outside on sunny winter days—just takes longer.