I received mine last week and Saturday was the day for experimenting. It arrived in a heavy, but compact box. The assembly instructions were clear and easy to follow. I had one tab that had a piece of excess metal, but a quick twist with a pair of pliers took that off. Peeling off the laser guard plastic from each piece was tedious, yet knowing it was a one-time job made it less irksome.
|Fully assembled oven|
|Tea lights ready to slide under|
I had more trouble with the bread. In hindsight I realize that I shouldn't have baked both loaves together. The combination of the heavy stoneware pans and being angled to fit both in trapped the heat at the bottom and left the top undercooked. Of course, the chickens were thrilled with my mistake.
After it cooled off, I dismantled and put it into the carry bag provided.
My son thought it would be nice to have rounded edges on the bottom to make it easier to carry, but I'm not so sure. If it did it wouldn't be as stackable when put away.
Conclusion: I'm very happy to have this. Most of the year a sun oven would be useless here so this is a great alternative if the power is out. I will definitely do more experimenting when I have free time.