ESAZA, spanish clon 8R Butane stove

Discussion in 'Other Countries' started by pau-i-amor, Dec 6, 2019.

  1. Doc Mark

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    Hi, @pau-i-amor , Pau,

    What a neat little stove!! I've never heard of such a stove, and most certainly have never seen one, until you shared yours with us!! Huge thanks for doing so, my friend!! Amazing that such stoves exist, and seem to work very well!! Thank you for your report, and the excellent photos!! Take care, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
  2. Doug Eisemann

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    What a fantastic little stove! I normally don't get too excited over butane/propane stoves, but this one is quite unique and looks well constructed, stable and practical, just like an 8R! I certainly wouldn't mind having one.
    One note of concern, however.. It looks like there is nothing stopping someone from inadvertently removing the tank fill cap while the tank contains pressurized (perhaps liquid) butane, with possible disastrous results. Not that you should really need to remove the cap, but it might have been better to eliminate the screw cap altogether.
    Regards,
    Doug E.