If you’re the kind of person who is too lazy to start a fire while camping, you’ll probably love this concept device. The Hot-Liner is a flexible panel that is rigid enough to be used as a stovetop. It’s designed to be used in locations where there is plenty of sunlight, since it’s solar-powered. Just bend the device into the shape that you need, and you’ll be able to place your pots on top of it and begin to cook. The battery and solar cell are both flexible, ensuring that you’ll be able to easily fold up the Hot-Liner when you’re done and move to your next camp location.
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