Enders No.2650 "BIWAK"

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  1. Fenris

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    Weight(without fuel): 580g
    Height: 15.5cm
    Diameter: 8.8cm
    Tank capacity: 180ml
    Jet-size: 0.28mm
    Type of fuel: unleaded gasoline
    Period of manufacture: ???
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    The burner-bell is quite similar to the 9063 "Baby" burner-bell. Thread-size and overall-dimensions are the same.

    Differences:
    - curvature of the upper part of the bell is slightly different
    - distance between jet and burner-plate due to extended thread
    - additional and enlarged "air-holes" on the bottom of the burner-bell
    - imprints on the outside of the "Biwak" burner-bell imply different type of manufacturing process
    - additional "Made in Germany"-embossing on burnerplate of the "Baby"


    "Baby" on the left and "Biwak" on the right:

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    And last but not least a flameshot:
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  2. itchy

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    Nice. I didn't even know such existed. Thanks.
     
  3. Ed Winskill

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    Perfect burn!
     
  4. Doc Mark

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    Hi,

    That's a wonderful little Enders, and as Ed wrote, you have a perfect burn, indeed! Well done, and thanks for sharing! Take care, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
  5. dunny

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    Awwwwww! i want one now!
     
  6. Trojandog

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    Very nice stove and presentation. Another one to add to the wanted list :) .

    Terry
     
  7. Pillepalle

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    Hi Fenris,

    Thanks for sharing! That stove is nice and ugly at the same time ;) !

    And I am an idiot that I didn't grab it before you - I think I know your source (which was my source for a minipump...).

    Viel Spaß & Gruß, Philipp
     
  8. Chef BC

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    I'm getting jealous goosebumps! Looks like a Juwel clone, still very nice. :clap:
     
  9. Svea 121

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    Hi

    A very nice German made stove, and a very nice flame shot.

    Thank You Sir
    Daryoush
     
  10. klausvader

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    Hi,
    Beautiful! I want one! =P~
     
  11. Fenris

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    Hi,
    to be honest, I feel almost the same as Philipp does: It's ugly and nice at the same time :lol:
    Actually I bought it because I thought/hoped it must have some typical "Enders-tech-gimmicks". But my curiosity got belied. It doesn't even have an SRV :shock:

    BTW: I have added the instructions in the Stove Reference Library.
     
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  12. Pillepalle

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    Period of manufacture: though the instruction appears to be from old times, it has a 5-digit post-code on it, so manufacture should be after 1993.

    Regards, Philipp
     
  13. Albatross

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    A great looking little stove, gladly find a home for one of those