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Juwel-6B

Discussion in 'Juwel No:6' started by multi-cho, Sep 24, 2014.

  1. multi-cho Korea, Republic of

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    It is a favorite Juwel-6B of me. Simplicity of one foot head is nice.

    As shown in the photo, did not have the cap first. So was restored to see the cap of Sweden Technical Museum.

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    Juwel stove series is interesting.
    There is a Juwel-3 for the first time in as long as I know, this is changed to Juwel-5, this has evolved into a Juwel-6 again.
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  2. OMC

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    I'm hitting the virtual like button :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: . It is very nice you post this, it is a treasure to behold, thank you.
     
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    That is a very unique burner with only one tube and threaded too. Wow. I suppose you could probably clean out the burner if it got all coked up from soot.


    Thanks for sharing!

    sam
     
  4. multi-cho Korea, Republic of

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    Thank you, Mr. OleManColeman
     
  5. multi-cho Korea, Republic of

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    Thank you, Mr.idahostoveguy

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  6. kerry460

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    G,,day mate , very nice :thumbup: :thumbup:

    I presume the riser unscrews using the two wing fittings .
    and does the piece on top of the filler cap serve another purpose ??? the cut out in it suggests it might .

    lovely stove !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    cheers,
    kerry
     
  7. multi-cho Korea, Republic of

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    Thank you, Mr. Kerry

    I think the upper part of the fuel cap is an elegant piece has two functions.

    1) Screw in the air escape prevention purposes.

    2) A pure fuel cap, steering function.
     
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    Hello Multi-cho what a lovely example, the burner especially has a very unique and interesting design, and what lovely flame shot a great addition in your collection
     
  9. Gordon United States

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    Thank you for posting your photos of your Juwel 6. The Juwel 6 has always been at the top of my list of beautiful stoves. Special thanks for the photos of the "one leg" burner. I also have one of these on a Juwel 6 and have always wondered if it was original issue. Seeing yours supports a conclusion that it is original equipment.

    Do you have a "Juwel Patent 5" in your collection? It has the same type of pump as the Juwel 6, only shorter. Its burner head is the same as the most common Juwel 6 type with a circle of short prongs into which fits a three pointed flame plate.

    Gordon
     
  10. multi-cho Korea, Republic of

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    I would like to thank Mr. optimus / Mr.Gordon.

    Anbagmanem my friend has a Juwel-5B.

    My concern is a Juwel-3 unknown.

    Mr.Gordon
    Do you have information about Juwel-3??
     
  11. kerry460

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    G,,day multi-cho.
    thanks for the reply.
    I do not want to offend you, or mean any offense.
    we are all good friends here and I would prefer you just call me Kerry. Mr makes me feel older than I am, and that's old enough, hahaha
    I know it is you being polite, and I do appreciate it. so again, no offense meant,

    if you can not bring yourself to be so informal.
    no problem mate, all is good.
    cheers mate,
    kerry
     
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    OOOOOO.... ^_^...

    Wonderful stove!!!!!


    My friend multi cho!!!! ^_^...
     
  13. Gordon United States

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    I do not have a Juwel 3. Do you have a picture of a Juwel 3 you could post here? It would also be much appreciated if you could post a picture of your friend's, Anbagmanem's, Juwel 5B. It is a bit confusing that Juwel made both the Juwel 5, which post dates the Juwel 6 by several years, and the Juwel Patent 5, which likely predates the Juwel 6. I have also seen the Juwel 6 embossed with the name "Juwel Patent 6".

    Kerry is right. We are all very informal here in the "Lounge". I am sure no one cares very much, one way or the other, but the use of the title "Mr." sometimes just gets in the way with communications among friends. We are all friends here.
     
  14. multi-cho Korea, Republic of

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    Hello everyone
    My statement is strange is, it is because of the translation capabilities of Google.

    Mr. Kerry
    Thank you for your caring.
    I will continue my contribution continues to give appreciate your interest

    Mr. Gordon
    Not long after I joined with CCS since false prophets and guides.
    So I will write a "Mr." For the time being.
    And I received a message that they can post a juwel-5B from friends.
    Even friends how much, is not able to post a Naho products selfish my friend.
    It should be the personality necessary between the people.


    Juwel-5B
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  15. multi-cho Korea, Republic of

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    Juwel-3 ??

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    1903year/G.B. Juwel-3b??
     
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  17. Gordon United States

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    WOW!!! Such beautiful Juwel stoves you have posted. The "Juwel N*5*" is different than my "Juwel Patent 5 ". My stoves are buried in storage or I would also post a picture. I will do so later. Your collection of very old Juwel stoves is most impressive and the best I have seen. Is it difficult to collect these stoves from Korea? Do many of your stove collecting friends also collect Juwel stoves? If I find any information about the Juwel 3 I will let you know.

    Gordon
     
  18. kerry460

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    G,,day multi-cho .
    thanks for the explanation . all is good mate .
    and a very big thanks for the photos of some excellent stoves . :thumbup: :thumbup:

    cheers,
    kerry
     
  19. multi-cho Korea, Republic of

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    Thank you, Mr.Gordon
    I would want to see Come Juwel-5 patent of you.
    It is a photograph of the additional Juwel-3P estimated last article.
    It is a simple check valve.
    How will things may be as simple?

    A friend of mine, is to prefer the old stove.
    There is only a Juwel series part of them.

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    This very impressive posting and discussion has made me wonder about a very sad state of a stove languishing in the 'to do' list. First question which arises is which version of an early Juwel is it? The closest match seems to be the picture in the 1903(?) advert, not any of the actual stoves phtographed - note the leg sockets in particular:

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    So does that make this a '3B'?

    It is also the case that the badly decayed burner cap appears to have been made of some sort of steel rather than brass as appears in the working examples presented by the contributors above:

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