If this was alive, I'd marry it......

Discussion in 'South Africa' started by It'l Dodat, Feb 6, 2018.

  1. It'l Dodat

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    You know what they say........... The way to a man's heart is through his tummy....

    Well then, that being the case, If this was alive I'd put a blooming 1+1/2 carat blue-white diamond set in a setting with 5 0.5 carat ice whites around it's gas-pipe, in zero seconds flat......

    Goes by the name of Primus

    This has got to be the most beautiful, the most sexiest 2 plate stove I've ever come across...

    And HOT.....

    Some 50 years old and still looks as good as a 25 year old.....

    Slim, trim, lightweight and cooks up a storm.....

    But what warms the cockles of my heart, is how the side windshields allow for bigger pots.....

    Never complains, just works and works and works......

    What more can a fella want????
     
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    Handy toilet roll holder too!:D/ ;)

    Welcome on board!

    Wim
     
  3. It'l Dodat

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    Bwaaahawawaa

    I just knew the blooming toilet roll would get more comments than the stove...

    When I’m camping I use TP in the place of paper towel, to pipe spills ETC. Does the same job, costs an eighth of the price and.....

    ‘Sides, it’s a well known fact that when you go camping, TP can “smell” an “emergency” from at least a hundred meters away and immediately goes into hide-and-seek mode.... That blooming roll’s going nowhere!

    The set up in my Vintage pitch, the tent is a Marachelle Cyclomoteur 101 300

    vintage pitch inside tent overview 01.jpg
     
  4. phaedrus42

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    No doubt that the Primus 2-plate stove is a winner in the LP gas dept. And Primus made a variety of cylinders that are small enough to be portable rather than luggable.
     
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    We call it mountain money, it can be traded for anything when you are hiking.
     
  6. phaedrus42

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    Disposable canisters yes. The Primus cylinders are refillable and built to last a lifetime. They are getting pricey and hard to find.
     
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    Man's gotta know what he likes. Very nice.
     
  8. Nbsaad

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    It is a nice
    It features quality
    I think it is Primus Model 2397 :thumbup:
     
  9. It'l Dodat

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    Hi Nbsaad
    I've just googled pictures of a 2397... And I think you are right on the money....:clap: Any idea on year of manufacture??

    Many thanks
     
  10. phaedrus42

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    There is one just like it available at the moment. PM me for details. (not me selling it)