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Bulin BL100-B6-A hybrids monster

Discussion in 'China' started by Li Ding, Jul 27, 2012.

  1. Li Ding Singapore

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  2. geeves

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    from the website

    Product Features

    * Three stove combustion design, firepower, high thermal efficiency

    * Unique preheating system, burning more fully, more violent fire

    * Foldable bracket, provide a stable support, the maximum bearing 25KG

    【Product specification】 net weight 298G

    The scope of application outdoor venues

    [Etc.] First grade
     
  3. itchy United States

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    That is pretty funny. Sort of the Stretch-Mini-Cooper of stoves.
     
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    What will they think of next :shock:

    First impression was of a 3-headed dragon.

    How about some flame shots please.

    Ron
     
  5. Chef BC United States

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    Is this beast on the retail market? Do you need a note from your mother to buy this thing? It must suck down the fuel like crazy :-s :-s
     
  6. DAVE GIBSON United States

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    now all Li needs is a Wok made for campers that will fit on that :shock:
     
  7. Li Ding Singapore

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    hav't brun pic i just see this stove from web cost 148 RMB
     
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    Very pretty in red & silver.
    Might be a bit OTT in a Trangia tho'.

    How much is 148RMB in US$ or GBP£ ?
     
  9. Li Ding Singapore

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    :mrgreen: 148rmb = about 22 US$
     
  10. rik_uk3 United Kingdom

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    Lightweight Turkey fryer :shock:

    Could be good as a snow melter.
     
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    if each one of those burners is the same as its single cousin then each uses 120g to 160g per hour but has about 8000btu
    Thats a canister empty in 40 minutes except that that level of draw off will freeze the contents.
    Thats also going to keep handy gas plants happy in the performance stakes.
     
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    What I see is the result of a design team doing whatever is necessary to justify it's employment.

    The only reason I'd buy one would be to fill an empty space on a display shelf.

    Gerry
     
  13. Li Ding Singapore

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    i got one it's a real monster! :shock:
    more powerful then any stove i have


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  14. Li Ding Singapore

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    fuel pipe longer then other

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    :shock:

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    hows this stove holding up? came close to buying one last night, might still buy it today
     
  16. Eddie United States

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    The pot supports on the stove equivalent of Lycia Naff look just like the ones on my dragonfly.

    I wonder, would you be able to pop them off the stove and mount them onto the dragonfly?

    I have the dragonfly and if it was just a fraction smaller I would be able to carry it easier in my cook kits.
     
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    It does indeed look like a bit of a beast. Just a couple of observations.

    How about a Stainless Steel Balti Dish?

    Have you got empty space on a display shelf Gerry?

    With that amount of heat the fuel canister should be in a different county!


    best regards
    John
     
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