I picked up this Phoebus 725 clone from a fellow just down the road from me in Tasmania. Not beautiful, but sturdy. It had been hardly used and did not need fettling so I haven't pulled it down - started first pop. ... and for the tea-test. It boiled, outside on a cold and windy Tasmanian day, 1 litre in 7min 29 seconds: This is the same stove as here: http://classiccampstoves.com/posts/91597 More information on this stove here: http://fun3130.pixnet.net/blog/post/248622023-sun-power-747 here http://cluster1.cafe.daum.net/_c21_...Article=true&docid=1HCCU9UEt24020120212101712 and here: http://forum.pelam.de/board18-fachb...benzinkocher-sunpower-c-747-phoebus-725-klon/ I will use this stove in my dinghy kit.