Juwel Sport 2003

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  1. shagratork

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    A Juwel Sort petrol (Coleman Fuel, Panel Wipe) stove purchased new in 2003.

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  2. sefaudi

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    Hi Trevor,

    That stoves indeed wonderful ones. I like them. I reckon they all followed 123 stoves' designs.

    I have one Juwel #34 stove very similar to this one and also it is quite fine.

    But in my opinion a stove is not a stove if it is not lit. So let me ask: how can you stop yourself not running this stove since 2003?
     
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    Hello Sefa

    Yes, the old question of whether to light or not light a virgin stove?

    I prefer to leave the stove unlit. Once lit, it is just another used Juwel stove, whereas at the moment it is something special. I would rather obtain another used Juwel stove and use that.
     
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    Quite the opposite. The original Barthel design goes back to before WWII where as the 123 didn't come out until 1955
     
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