LIXADA gasoline stove

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  1. pau-i-amor

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    This is LIXADA gasoline stove. I paid arround 40 euros.

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    It would be a SVEA123 update. Both hasn't parts that can rust. SVEA123 is made of aluminum & brass. LIXADA is made of stainless steel & brass.

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    In the LIXADA carton box I found the stove, a funnel, a key (multi tool), a spirit little bottle, and a mesh bag.

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    In the SVEA123 carton box I found the stove, a key (multi tool), an aluminum pot, some handles and a prick tool.

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    The weight of the stove + key: Lixada is a little bit lighter than Svea.

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    Both are almost equal size.

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    Spirit cup is deep! Priming...

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    Lixada fuel tank has more capacity than Svea. And Lixada is more powerful than Svea.

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    :doh:It hasn't a safety valve!!! Even this I run full load fire and fuel tank became only "warm".
     
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    I would like to know more about this stove. Very interesting indeed!
     
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    Ive bought other lixada stuff and found it well made. Not seen this stove before though. Yet
     
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    Good review Pau, I hope as soon as possible we can cook a lentejas with it.

    Regards.
     
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    A much more affordable option to a 123 and should be durable.

    The ‘overhang’ of the filler riser and cap beyond the fuel tank diameter seems quite substantial, but offers easy access at least.

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    I unscrewed the windshield...

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    I unscrewed the burner bell...


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    I unscrewed the jet....

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    Et Voilà! You can see the built-in jet pricker.

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    Fill the tank is easy with the asymmetric or oblique funnel...

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    That is a very interesting stove! :thumbup:

    Cheers

    Tony
     
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    What country manufactures the LIXADA stove. Is it Spain?

    Ben
     
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    Its on aliexpress 65NZ$. Thats a cheap stove
     
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    Maybe from next January ...
     
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    Hej @pau-i-amor,

    Interesting stove!
    Does it have a wick?

    Ciao, Bastian
     
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    Howdy, Harder,

    Thanks for the link. That particular seller does not ship to the US, though, or, so the listing says.

    Amazon price is about $70. “AliExpress”, (a place of which I have no knowledge) has it for $50. And, “Tophatter”, (another unknown place), lists it for $43. I’m a bit leery of buying from unknown places, and since the stove is made in China, and am a bit worried about it’s longevity.

    VERY interesting idea, and the stove “looks” good. But, I’m thinking I’ll wait until it’s been in use for a bit. $70 is, I’m sure, a fair price. But, I’ll hang tight, and see what time might show us, as this stove is used more. Just my ‘tuppence, and worth what you paid to read them. Take care, and God Bless!

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    Cautious Ol’ Doc
     
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    Strange - The Ebay seller even seems to sell to Denmark.