QUIRKY got quirkier. That's it folded up, the burner screwed onto a stowage location screw and a keeper cap screwed onto the burner mounting threads. Burner mounted ... Pot rests folded into position, burner lit. Elevations. The base cradle is steel, red plastic coated. An idea of the size. That's no in-flight catering Pinot Noir but the full 75cc's. The control valve. To remove/re-install the refillable gas cylinder, the connection to the burner has to be unscrewed first. The top part can then be flipped up and over on the hinge. It's the same cylinder with the same fittings as in the other Lilor butane stove I have, of 1kg of butane capacity. That one (but with a lighting attachment attached) is mentioned in a retailer's catalogue from 1956, together with a fixed-leg single burner and twin burner versions. No mention of the subject of this post though. Burner cap is a slot-and-twist arrangement to keep it in place. The jet screws into the burner riser and there's a locknut. Time for a brew. Puts out some heat.