The Solar Billy, designed in Australia, is perfect
for anybody who enjoys the great outdoors.
Get boiling hot water in a couple of hours in good sunlight
without the need for a fire or gas stove.
The Solar Billy is designed for the outdoors,
providing safety, performance and durability.
- The Poly-carbonate casing combined with rubber absorbing
rings protect the tube from the kind of rough handling that
can be expected during a camping trip. It can even survive
being knocked over!
- The integrated handle allows the Solar Billy to be carried
vertically, and also it perfect when pouring out hot water
- The legs splay to ensure the Solar Billy is stable even
during high winds, and convieniently fold back against the
side of the tube when packed away in the durable bag.
- The Solar Billy incorporates two reflective wings, which
increase heat output by up to 40%, ensuring optimal boiling
times. The reflective wings fold back against the tube neatly
when packed away.
- The Solar Billy holds a bit over 1 litre
of water, enough to make 5 cups of coffee.
Not just hot water!
The Solar Billy provides heat, and lots of
it, so can be used for basic cooking too. You can easily cook
pasta or rice in the Solar Billy, the same you would in a
pot on a gas stove.
Another great use for the Solar Billy is
the steralisation of water - by allowing the water to boil
for 10-15minutes most harmful bacteria will be destroyed,
making otherwise questionable water safe to drink.
- During the summer, many areas have firbans,
so fires cannot be lit. There may even be restrictions on
the use of gas stoves. The Solar Billy is perfectly safe,
able to be used to produce boiling water in such areas, when
otherwise you would have no means of doing so!
- The Solar Billy has a specially design
spout to ensure hot water safely sand slowly pours out. A
vent hole ensuring smooth continuous pouring, not "glugging"
that you get when pouring from a bottle.
- The glass tube and food grade silicone
plug make the water perfectly safe to drink.
What is a
Noun: A tin used for boiling water over a
campfire, usually for a cup of tea. Originally made from an
empty jam tin with a loop of wire for a handle and used by
swagmen during the depression years. Also called a "billy
can". A commercially made form of the "billy can"
is widely used by people camping throughout Australia. The
Solar Billy serves the same purpose, but provides hot water
without the need for a fire!
Definition Source: www.aussieslang.com
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