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Anchor 81

Discussion in 'China' started by Alex song, Sep 3, 2016.

  1. Alex song China

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    I get a rare stove nib , Anchor 81, it's tank so big ,maybe 2.5kg oil can take .the photos is from my phone.

    Enjoy the pics:

    And a very nice and strong flame. I was surprised by how well it performed:

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  2. Alexguo China

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    my ml-81 is on its way to me.lol.really rare stove.can hardly find it.i was so lucky to buy one.
     
  3. z1ulike

    z1ulike United States Subscriber

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    That thing will burn for a week with such a big tank. I've never heard of an Anchor Stove but you're right about it being a strong burner. Looks like it's equipped with a pressure gauge and a preheater as well. Very nice indeed. Thanks for sharing.

    Ben
     
  4. Alex song China

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    hi Ben,this stove was equipped with a pressure gauge and a preheater.

    in China,this thing will burn for only one night fif you want cook a nice Chinese food. do you like Chinese food? :lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
  5. Alex song China

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    good news, congratulations
     
  6. threedots New Zealand

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    Hello Alex and thanks for showing your stove. :thumbup:
    I like Chinese food and I can imagine a stove like yours being used for cooking big meals with it having such a big fuel tank. :)
    It certainly looks powerful enough to do the job. Regards, John
     
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    Welcome Alex :thumbup:
     
  8. shagratork

    shagratork United Kingdom Moderator Subscriber

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    Welcome Alex. The stove appears to burn very well and has extras such as the 'quicklighter'.

    Is it made by the same company that make the Anchor pressure lanterns?
     

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