German Stove Photo Shoot 5-21 Feb 2010

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  1. Spiritburner

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    I thought I'd kick this off!

    A nice Perfektus No:10 a 2009 bargain from ebay (£29.50 inc p&p).

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    Barthel Norma 25 - unfortunately tank is stress cracked

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    Hi, just to show some support for the German stove photo-shoot, this morning I fired up my Enders 9060D silent burner, petrol-fuelled stove for my morning tea-break.
    It is a dull day but at least the snow has melted and today we can see the grass, and my boat-cover once more:

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    Best Regards,
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    Bilge keels Geroge, is the water really that rough there?

    i'm thinking we'll see a lot of these today and in the future of the shoot. Great stove in my view. As always yours are clean and shinny as new.

    lance
     
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    Hi Lance, Yes the water can be rough, and anything to give a "grip" of the water and lessen the roll when I am drift-fishing is to be appreciated.

    I like the Enders stoves, but find them over-complicated for a military stove and there are too many safety-critical rubber seals (hopefully Nitrile or Viton), for a petrol (gasoline) stove.

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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    here gentlemen is a vulcano stove which i have a question about: i was told this can burn kero/gas/alcohol...i have fired it up with meth and it works fine...if i want to try the other fuels do i just replace whats in the tank?...i will try to get a pic while burning...k

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    i think german stoves are great! slightly (why the double knobby thing?) complicated but seem to work well...certainly they are one of the sleekest in my opinion...k
     
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    Alcohol only.

    Maybe get the person who told you that to demonstrate it with gas while you stand at a safe distance. ;)
     
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    great little bathroom scale..i mean stove!!...i just fired up this volcano stove and have an identical opinion abt this west german stove: easy to use... very good for making sauces(hollandaise), simmering stews or soups....which means it will be used alot around my camp(home)....would not expect to take it on a canoe trip or hike but it will sill warm the cuckhold of my heart here in maine...k


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    Hi Fellow Stovies,

    We completely missed the snow that is pounding parts of the Eastern USA, so it's a perfect day to walk on the Appalachian Trail. My destination was Mt. Egbert, a small hill in the Hudson Highlands. Egbert is a short walk and its close proximity to my home make it a regular destination.

    The view looking southwest.

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    We back-tracked to the Morgan Stewart Shelter. It's marked by a pink flamingo. :lol:

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    While Bailey checked out the shelter I made Ramen Noodles for lunch.

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    I've been trying to get an Enders Baby for the Photo Shoot, but the Ebay gods were not working in my favor. :-({|= Rather then miss the event, I pulled out my trusty Esbit stove and German mess kit.

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    A bit embarrassing, but even at 20 degrees it made a nice warm lunch. :oops:

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    Quality time with my #1 trail buddy. :D

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    We've already seen some great stoves. (and my Esbit :thumbdown: ) I'm looking forward to even more German stoves. Get posting! :clap:

    Cheers,

    Manny
     
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    Enders 9061, 1960.

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    Where??
     
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    The fuel control knob and cleaning needle knob?
     
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    Ahah. I was thinking it was on the alcohol stove.
     
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    spiffy 9061!!really clean!!...my first post on CCS was what to do with one of these after i won a bid on e-flayed(the shipping cost more than the stove!!)...the whole thing was a mess(still is)... i think Kero suggested wd40 and let it sit a couple days...after that it started but the pump was jazzed...so i delved into the german pump thing...now i use it regularly...for such a small burner it pumps out the heat!...i would post it but you have done as well as it can be done!! thanks!!...k
     
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    Another 'Barthel' stove - the Juwel No:6.


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    More from Barthel - another alcohol burning 'Norma' - this time a No:E14 - more pics here. This one comes in a cracking tin!

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    Hello Gents
    Here is my part of this foto-shot. I splitted the photos into different topics. First i would like to start with o sort overview of them in the garden.

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    From left to the right: 2 Enders Babys; Barten Juwel 33 & 24; Enders 9061D & 9060; Juwel 1P; Geniol and a Petromax on the right.
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    Endy
     
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    And now some Details:
    First some photos of the Enders-Babys:


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    They made different models of the Baby. Different tanks, pot-supports and cases.

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    Enders 9060:
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    And at least the Enders Neptun Kerosene stove.
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