Yeasterday I bought a BRS-12. It came with a NSN (7310-01-388-0751), registered as a kerosine stove for the Royal Dutch Army. I was curious because it is supplied to the army and produced in China and it looks inspired by Coleman. I took it apart and was pleasantly surprised by clever engineering and good quality. This stove is light, in part because of the windscreen being made of cast aluminium. The pump rod and knob and the valve assembly are all aluminium. Feet, burner bell, pot supports and vaporizer are all stainless steel. Even the wire inside the vapourizer is stainless steel. The most important parts are very well made. The jet and valve assembly are near perfect, better than parts I’ve seen on some famous brands. All things considered, I think this just is a good product. Not perfect, but what is? I didn’t have time yet to light it and to make pictures, sorry about that. I think it’s wrong to say that China made products lack quality by definition. Yes, a lot of poor quality goods are produced there. Not because they can’t do better, but because the rest of the world seems to want cheep rubbish, instead of paying some more for quality stuff.