HRZ spirit stove

Discussion in 'Other Brands' started by Sternenlicht, Jan 10, 2019.

  1. Sternenlicht

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    Found that nice little stove for very little money. Produced by HRZ. It seems to be unused.
    Unfortunately I do not have any information about the time it was produced.

    Ciao, Bastian

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    Size comparisson:
    top: Svea burner
    left: Enders Cobold
    center: Trangia from Meta 50
    right: HRZ
    bottom: small SBP

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  2. shagratork

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    I like that! :D
     
  3. JP2

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    WOW, I like that too.
     
  4. ally

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    that's very neat, nice find

    :)
     
  5. Harder D. Soerensen

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    So you are the lucky one who got it for 5€ ;-)

    If yes - I was 5 minutes behind you ;-))
    The only available I can now see costs 15€.

    Congrats - it looks like a great little robust stove - I have another good little HRZ for Benzine if interested (se ref. Gallery).
     
  6. SveaSizzler

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    Nice. That's a new one on me. I could not seem to find a Westwind triangle in aluminum recently, but I remember seeing them in the just-off-campus mountain store when I was an impressionable student, perhaps long ago.
    Anyway I popped for a similar stand for a Trangia in titanium, [that trendiest of stove materials]. It was $23 USD BIN shipped.
     
  7. Sternenlicht

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    @Harder D. Soerensen
    You're right, I am the one :) I also have an Erzet, but its condition is much worser than yours. It will be my next fettling project...

    @SveaSizzler
    The aluminum triangle is not really proper for regular use, unless you are only using small pots or coffee makers. The aluminium is quite thin walled. However, the HRZ trivet is build much more stable, and it is easier to make one by yourself! I'm using a similar one (with selfmade burner) since years for making coffee. Originally it was a tin for italian hard cheese.

    Ciao, Bastian