Kum Kang Two Burner

Discussion in 'Kum Kang' started by Motoshi Makino, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. Motoshi Makino

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    They are two kerosene burner made in South Korea unused.
    The burner opens movable and right and left and is used.
    When storing it, the burner is shut. The capacity of the fuel tank is 0.6L.
    The size of the case also looks like Optimus hiker 111c well.
    It mechanically considerably likes it.

    Regards,Motoshi

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  2. threedots New Zealand

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    What an amazing design. A regulated 2 burner in a box the size of a Optimus No.111 !! Your collection is very nice indeed. :mrgreen:
     
  3. yonadav

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    A marvel of mechanical design! Such a powerful stove in so little space and weight. Compare with the classic Coleman suitcase.

    Does it come in a multi fuel version (kerosene / petrol)?

    Where can I buy one?

    Yonadav
     
  4. Bom Bom Bom Bom

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    Just when you thought you'd seen it all, along comes a new design (to me).

    Thanks for sharing - great stove.

    Cheers, Graham.
     
  5. kerry460

    kerry460 Australia R.I.P.

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    very nice.
    always new things.
    cheers kerry
     
  6. itchy

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    Korean stoves amaze me. So many are a mixture of classic ideas with modern updates. Such innovation and variety of designs makes them just fun to look at.

    Alas, I do not own any of those so, again, thanks for the pictures.
     
  7. Lance

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    :mrgreen: i want one. :mrgreen:

    How nice to see such great inovation. Do let us know where these are sold that others here might also add one to their collection.

    lance
     
  8. ulysses

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    Remarkable design, very interesting stove. The Koreans seemed to approach stove design with an open, innovative mind, and in a number of ways, pushed the design forwards. I always liked the Lion Svea 123 varient with the silent burner as a logical improvement on the original Swedish stove. I'd be interested in learning more about post-war stove design in Korea.

    Paul
     
  9. RonPH

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    Remarkable resemblance, best combination of design lets see now case/burner = 111's, tank = enders baby, feed tube something like the turm sport, dua design more like the swiss dual burner.

    Fascinating :thumbup:

    Ron
     
  10. Knight84

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    Nice stove!!!

    Looks like a copy of a Phoebus model. Could be wrong.

    Jeff
     
  11. hikin_jim

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    Soguk e desu ne!

    What a marvelous stove! :thumbup: I really like how the Korean stoves can be put into either roarer or silent mode.

    HJ
     
  12. DAVE GIBSON

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    i'm with Lance--where can we buy these???
     
  13. algentry1

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    Thank you for the pictures and the explanation about them. You always have such beautiful stoves.




    Al
     
  14. The Bird

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    Hello Motoshi,

    This is just such a masterpiece of engineering!!!

    Many thanks for sharing it with us.

    Best regards,

    Mike.
     
  15. Motoshi Makino

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    Hi every one.
    To our regret, this stove was heard that it was difficult to obtain it from the friend also in South Korea.
    One was bought from the seller in South Korea with eby several years ago. One another bought the search for the friend in South Korea.
    It very had a hard time in him and it looked for this stove.
    I heard this from the friend in South Korea.
    It is heard that the use of the stove in hills and fields was prohibited in South Korea because of the Seoul Olympics holding. After that, the number of stove manufacturers seems to have decreased rapidly.
    I hope the CCS member in South Korea contributes the stove of a lot of South Korea.


    Regards,Motoshi
     
  16. Big BTU

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    Wow! Incredible. South Korean stoves seem to also have a mind for simple beauty instead of only function.

    Its a shame these aren't available to the rest of the World.

    Thanks again for another great stove Motoshi!