Bromet gas stove & heater

Discussion in 'Other Brands' started by gunsoo, Mar 21, 2014.

  1. gunsoo

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    Hi stovie friend.

    i did brought 1980s made korean gas stove , a few day.

    This stove multi function . use stove or heater.

    i think copy design coleman focus 5 model.

    But this use butane gas and very easy use.

    one butane canister nearly 4~5 hours full flame use.

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    with my vintage kettle

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    butane gas use

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    adjust wheel

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    it got two metal screen. inner net and outer ball style screen.

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    ignitor

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    this leg is for stove use.

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    i think missing handle .

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    inside . long time use did not low flame .

    because of heat pipe .

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    start flame

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    small but good feel hott !!

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    use stove style

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    Gunsoo
     
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  2. itchy

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    Nice one. The older gas stoves just seem more interesting than the current ones. It is good that folks have figured out how to keep some running with the newer fuel containers.
     
  3. snwcmpr

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    Thank you Gunsoo.
    Interesting dual function.
    Can you use canisters that are still available?

    Ken in NC
     
  4. shagratork

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    Gunsoo, I love your old gassy!

    Its dual function is so useful.
    As an added bonus it looks like it uses the cheapest of the butane bottles. :D
     
  5. Knotty

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    Very interesting stove/heater. Could be useful for someone who has a small remote cabin.
     
  6. OMC

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    Yes very interesting thx for sharing.
    Are these type burners commonplace? maybe it wouldn't even be considered a "burner".
    I note two things:
    > element or burner is comprised of screen material.
    > the burner / flame / glowball or what you want to call it, unlike many burners it performs well vertical or horizontal, matters not.
     
  7. Stoveuser

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    Once more, we get an example of the fascinating diversity in the world of stoves :content:
    Thanks for sharing.

    Best regards
    Stoveuser
     
  8. Lampenkueche

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    Hi Gunsoo,

    Nice find and Dual Use is very good.

    Bye Peter