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Noko

Discussion in 'Other Brands' started by Mikespike, Feb 12, 2009.

  1. Mikespike

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    Split from this topic as it is a different model.

    Hi folks,
    I also got one of these rather rare stoves. I think I bought this at a swap market in Vienna many years ago for a few bucks.
    Control key is missing, I should replace this with a suitable Primus key or similar. Otherwise the stove + tin is in good working condition after the usual fettle.
    Enjoy!
    Mike
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  2. kerophile

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    Hi Michael, What a great fettle of a lovely stove.
    I hope you are able to find a suitable key.
    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
  3. Mikespike

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    Adding 2 more pics for the completeness of the reference gallery.
    cheers Mike

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  4. Gordon United States

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    Hi Mike:

    I have been lucky enough in my collecting efforts to find and obtain both models of the Noko Stove. For the "other" model see Ross' post under "The Stove Reference Gallery">"Austria">"Other Brands">"Noko" Do you know the dates of manufacture of these two different Nokos, or which was produced first? Thanks.

    Gordon
     
  5. Mikespike

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    Hi Gordon,
    I would say you are lucky to have both types of this stove -certainly a rare one I would say.
    Unfortunately I do not have any information on the Noko (seems like this was the company's name?) and I am unable to assign a date. If I would have to guess Ross' modell might be the older one but no evidence on that

    Cheers
    Mike
     
  6. Gordon United States

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    Thanks Mike. Some day we will all have together and write a reference book. How is the stove humting in Austria?

    Gordon
     
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    shagratork United Kingdom Moderator Subscriber

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    Hi Mike

    What a great looking stove.

    I have not seen one like this before.
    Sure is rare!! :D :D
     

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