Hugo Möller by Ross Mellows I currently known know very little about this company from Stockholm, Sweden. They produced a small range of collapsible stoves and domestic ranges as shown in the 1912 catalogue on this site. They used a logo that is similar to that adopted by Radius. A Comet Scout No:6 was taken to Antarctica on Shackleton's Endurance Expedition in the personal equipment of his carpenter McNish and is thought to have been used on the Caird during the epic voyage from Elephant Island to South Georgia. This stove is now in the custody of the Canterbury Museum in New Zealand.