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Campsor - 10

Discussion in 'China' started by arnesr, Dec 13, 2012.

  1. arnesr United States

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    I ordered a new stove from dx.com called the Campsor - 10. So far I am pretty impressed with it. I've only tried Coleman Naptha in it so far, but that burned really well and after the inital preheat I got a nice blue flame with no flare ups. Below are some pics:

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  2. Viscara United States

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    nice photos like to see a close up of the flame shot. Curiously though I went to the www.blhw.com site page and nothing its a broken link. No further info. So I am taking that this is a chinese knock off of a primus stove/MSR whisper light stove.
     
  3. geeves

    geeves New Zealand Subscriber

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    interesting how the box pictures a different stove.
    The burner looks whisperlite but the rest of the stove does not. Watch the o rings as some had dodgy o rings and it will see you well
     
  4. DAVE GIBSON United States

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    have you tried it on a Gaz Cart yet?
     
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    I have one of them but it's labelled Bulin. Works well and very fast for boiling.
     
  6. arnesr United States

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    Yes, I thought it was interesting how the box pictured a different stove (Campsor-9). In fact, only the top and bottom of the box listed Campsor-10, the four sides are all labeled, Campsor-9. So clearly, they are cutting some costs on printing new boxes. Not a big deal, but interesting.

    I have not tried using a Gaz cart yet. I don't currently own any to try.

    For comparison, the similar Campsor-9 was reviewed here:
    https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/15931

    Check out this South American gent, firing up the Campsor-10 on his dining room table covered with newspaper,crazy!:
    [media=youtube]XMC5_JDnQPM[/media]
     
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  7. arnesr United States

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    Here's a cropped, zoomed in shot of the flame. It is hard to see the blue flame in the bright sunlight. You can see the outer metal getting red hot.

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    bajabum United States R.I.P.

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    I've noticed several of out British Friends doing the same thing, in their sheds...
    Makes me cringe when they do that!
     
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  9. mikecombat

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    I also bought a Campsor 10 from DX.com.
    Must say that it is well worth their money, it works well with gasoline, kerosene, and gaz.
    It burns very quiet.

    The only thing I think is a kind of a problem with it is that it's difficult to adjust to level, the power tends to fall and shift all the time.

    Over all, although this is no Swedish made stove, it is a really affordable and useful stove.
     
  10. Zbynek

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    Hi everybody

    Anybody knows what is power of that stove? I searched all I could in the Net and didn't find anything. Just a time of cooking 2litres on this forum.
    What is weight of it's particles? 820g seems rather big number, comparing with 560g(?) of BRS-8.

    Which of Campsor10 and BRS-8 is more powerfull?
     
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    Kristian123 Norway Subscriber

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    I am also curious about how much time it uses to boil one liter of water.
     
  12. arnesr United States

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    I had a chance to try out the Campsor 10 with a butane cartidge and it worked well, nice blue flame, no soot or flare ups.

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    yonadav Israel Subscriber

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    I looked up both models (9- roarer, 10- silent) at DX.COM. They are really low cost. If they prove as reliable as Primus and MSR, this should give those companies fierce competition.

    Yonadav
     
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    Hi everyone

    I have a Campsor-10 from DX too. Have the same problem as mikecombat, it tends to power off. When I adjust the flame, it gets very strong. I can't go away of it cos' I don't know if it will be power off or not. Is it dirty?

    PS: Is it dangerous to have the stove burning too strong?

    Regards

    Guido