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Bulin bl100-t2

Discussion in 'China' started by Li Ding, Oct 5, 2010.

  1. Li Ding Singapore

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    price: 230RMB

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  2. RonPH

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    Looks like an MSR Whisperlite copy with the pot stand of a Primus Omnifuel. Even the pump looks like a copy. Thanks for sharing.
     
  3. geeves

    geeves New Zealand Subscriber

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    Thats about $60NZ If it includes postage to New Zealand its worth a try.
     
  4. Li Ding Singapore

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    a single msr new pump is More expensive this (including Fuel bottle) :lol:
     
  5. itchy United States

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    If you are going to copy something, you might as well be blatant. I guess the MSR style wire legs were too difficult to copy.
     
  6. RonPH

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    Nope, its easy to copy. Thing is if the legs were copied they'd be slapped with an intelectual property rights suit :) Now if manufacturers only read what we complain about they might just make a better stove from each model would you think?

    Ron
     
  7. DAVE GIBSON United States

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    well how many stoves we see as Classic's are out right copy's of the first Swedish Primus?
    thanks Li,keep the photos coming.
     
  8. RonPH

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    Well, if they can do it right (a copy) perhaps the MSR Reactor/Nova maybe less than half the retail price here :thumbup:
     
  9. Li Ding Singapore

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    in China American stove and Sweden stove are twice the price then ebay.
    and China stove is also twice price in ebay then taobao.

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  10. itchy United States

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    There are legal (and costly) ways to copy, or you can take your chances and maybe fight it out in court. In this case, I doubt the manufacturer gives a rats a$$ about property rights. By the time MSR tried to sue them, the company would probably be long gone.
     
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    Am I right saying 230RMB equalls about 25€? That would sure make it worth trying! How much would shipping to Europe cost?

    Regards,

    Wim
     
  12. Li Ding Singapore

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    i fand brs-12 in ebay in 65US$ cost 30-40% more then China. this one haven't
     
  13. itchy United States

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    Li Ding,

    Have you seen one of these around? Looks like an MSR XGK but maybe it can be run on both gas and liquid fuel.

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  14. Li Ding Singapore

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    itchy

    yes it has a msr plastic pump。 and has a adapter
    too using gas.
     
  15. hikin_jim United States

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    Interesting. There are at least some outward similarities between the legs of the Bulin stove shown in this thread.
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    And the new MSR Whisperlite Universal
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    Looks like the Chinese thought of the improved legs before MSR did. :lol:

    HJ
     
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    Evidently Jim!

    But instead of copying the MSR style of fitting and by indulging in a bit of original thought instead, the manufacturer could have incorporated their existing multi-fuel lindal fitting in this Whisperlite pattern stove and led rather than followed.

    John
     
  17. hikin_jim United States

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    Yes, it's interesting that they would take the step of innovating on the legs but following on the pump, particularly when they've already got a working pump with a 7/16th UNEF standard threaded connector (recall of course that the term "Lindal" refers only to the underlying valve on a canister and does not refer to the connector).

    On this particular pump, will it connect properly with a genuine MSR stove? If Bulin has made an MSR compatible pump, perhaps they'll have made a shrewd business choice.

    HJ
     
  18. SNOWGOOSE

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    Hello Li Ding,

    What fuel are you using? Naptha or Kerosene?

    I know that the “old” part of your city is very famous and that the area in which you live is an important industrial area. Perhaps you could post some photos of you using your stove when you get outside the city?

    Cheers,

    Rob
     
  19. Li Ding Singapore

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    i use Naptha but this one is very bad quality


    i do not recommend this stove the Brs-12 is better
     
  20. Primus 96 United Kingdom

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    Li: You said this stove was bad quality.
    Do you think you just got a badly assembled example or have other buyers had bad experiences as well?
     

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