Hi, Today has been a great day and started well, with the delivery of an Enders 100 stove from a Stove-friend in the Netherlands. The Enders 100 is a classic, brass tank, 1.75 pint paraffin stove fitted with a "lipstick" burner assembly which can operate as either a roarer burner, or alternatively, with a silent damper fitted. I replaced the lead washer on the top of the tank, checked and cleaned the NRV and replaced its washer, filled the tank with fuel and got it going, outside in the morning sunshine.... Time for a cup of Turkish coffee: A nice cup of hot coffee with a "creamy" head: I used a new trivet on this stove. It is chromium-plated steel and is "Ibrik friendly", having a small central hole: I found these trivets in a "Pound Shop", the UK equivalent of a "Dollar Store" and paid ?1 (US $2) for two. I broke the balls off and it then sits well on the top of the legs. The trivet is very stable but I think I would wire it on for more extended use. Here is a shot, taken indoors, to show the "new" stove in operation: Here you can see the Palm Tree logo used by Enders on their No.100 stoves. And finally a close up of the burner head, operating in roarer mode. I hope you like the photos. Best Regards, Kerophile.