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Thermidor Picnic SH&S B Stove

Discussion in 'Samuel Heath & Sons' started by RonPH, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. RonPH

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    After a long wait of more than 45 days because Royal Mail shipped it surface. I finally got my Thermidor Picnic stove. To my surprise it was really small 1/3 pint stove in working condition :thumbup: . Cleaned it up a little, took pictures, fired it up, and place it beside a Camping Gaz Orient canister type stove and my Frankenstove.

    Ron

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  2. shagratork

    shagratork United Kingdom Moderator Subscriber

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    Well done in getting your hands on a Thermidor Picnic Stove. :D :D

    They are great little stoves and much under-rated.

    To get the flame to burn evenly, make sure you clean out inside of the lipstick burner, especially the area around the jet hole. Also make sure the hole is the correct size and not over-sized.
     
  3. idahostoveguy

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    Ron,

    It was worth the wait. Very nice.

    sam
     
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    Hi Ron,

    Nice score. Now you need it's Cobra brother to sit next to it! Here's one posted by Dutch Mike.

    Note there's a Samuel Heath and Sons section at the top of the reference gallery - Thermidor was one of their brands.

    Cheers, Graham.
     
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  5. Wim

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    Hi Ron,

    lovely little one! I really like these "camping stoves in a box" and it surprises me they are quite powerfull for their small size! I guarantee you'll have lots of fun when unpacking, assembling and making a brew on it with onlookers 8) , just watch their faces! :lol: .

    Regards,

    Wim
     
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    Spiritburner United Kingdom Admin Subscriber

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    Nice find & very nice condition - I'll move this to the Heath section
     
  7. hikin_jim United States

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    Great looking stove, Ron. A very nice little cooker.
     
  8. mbechtel United States

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    What a wonderful little stove. I love the tin too!
     
  9. Matukat United States

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    It really is a little beauty Ron! :clap:
     

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