Campus 3

Discussion in 'Campus No:3' started by Mollymo, Aug 2, 2012.

  1. Mollymo

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    One of my favourite Swedish sisters. Has some very faint, post manufacture engraving on the tank that I am unable to capture in a pic. Looks like a surname and the date 1940....perhaps a gift? It came without a pot handle or regulator key.....I got over that very quickly. ha ha

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  2. Viscara

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    Mollymo: I have to say that is a beautiful stove. I have never seen this model before. Do you know the model type? or roughly the year? I really like it. In paticular I like the potstand legs as well as the stove legs at the bottom. How much bigger in size is this to the SVEA123? or say the SVEA71?
     
  3. Bom Bom Bom Bom

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    Hi Mollymo - Great stove, these are one of my favourites and probably the only one I would grab off the shelf if the house was on fire.

    Viscara, your question is the wrong way round. The Campus 3 is far smaller than the SVEA 123, and if I recall correctly a predecessor. BTW, just to be pedantic Primus did the 71, not SVEA!

    Cheers, Graham.
     
  4. Doug L

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    Is that bottom word STOCKHOLM ?
    Take a few pics with some sidelight on the
    closeup setting and maybe I can photoshop it.
    Nice stove and in great shape.
    Thanks for sharing.