This came with both silent and roarer burners, each being marked 'Buflam', so my assumption is this is how these stoves were supplied from new. As expected, there's also a reserve cap - although with nowhere to park it, it's fortunate it didn't get lost. I've a few Buflam stoves already, but what attracted me to this one was the unusual appearance of the top on the roarer burner in the eBay listing, which I'd never seen before (or since). It turned out that the centre of the burner top was a small slug of steel which is removable to allow easy access to the nipple, similar in principle to that found on Burmos stoves. Unlike those however, where the removable part has a screw thread, on the Buflam the removable part is held in by gravity only - fortunate that didn't go missing as well! I intend to wire it into the burner to ensure it doesn't go missing in the future.