Not a current model in the product line of GoGas PLC of Stockport, England. It retailed for nearly £60, which although it has some interesting features strikes me as pricey for a butane stove. Maybe that's what contributed to its demise. Certainly the current GoGas range of stoves are more orthodox. Stove frame and windshield are made of stainless steel, slot together and fold up as a unit. Such neat folding is only possible with the rubber hose disconnected however, which is easily done, the seal relying on two O-rings on the hose connector. The stove is still stowable in the zipper bag with the hose attached nevertheless. Robust valve and gas cannister connector. Performance is excellent - helped by the pre-heater loop to make it possible to invert the gas cannister to feed liquefied fuel to the burner. Thanks to all that polished stainless steel plate in the construction, the reflections are mesmerising!