Enders No. 9100

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  1. Dutchmike

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    I did not realise Enders made also a "smaller" model 100, that is the same Palmtree stove without a trivet or pot ring. The set is designated as No.9100 and comes in a square box that measures 3 cm less in lenght and width than the bigger box that does contain that trivet.

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    Difference in appearance is noticible as the 9100 box is a pale blue, while the 100/9068 box has marine coloured sides. This stove is the more practical of the two for me as I usually cook without such a ring. Also more compact and less to loose!

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    It appears to be all there, including 3 nickled(!) potholders and that elusive windshield that has a "Jewel" touch. I am pretty sure that the lipstick burner, bell, plate and damper are made in Sweden, as they are identical, save for a brandname, to the swedish Optimus and Primus parts.
     
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  2. kerophile

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    Hi Mike, Lovely stove and great commentary. You can certainly find them!
    I think the brass Enders stoves are elegant and well made.
    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
  3. Dutchmike

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    Hello George, thanks! Yes, I sometimes get lucky.
    Cheers, Mike