Manaslu No:126

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  1. Motoshi Makino

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    It is Manaslu No:126 being sold in Japan now.

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  2. reggas

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    Nice one. I wish someone would import and sell Manaslu stoves in the states.
     
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    How come the most technologically advanced nation on earth is still producing these wonderful low-tech stoves?
     
  4. Motoshi Makino

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    Hello Trevor.

    I think that there are few people who are using these 126 stoves for practical use.
    The person who buys it as a mania of a kerosene favorite stove or an adornment is most.

    Best Regards,
    Motoshi
     
  5. Spiritburner

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    I hear rumours they may not be
     
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    Could you enlighten further, Ross?
     
  7. Spiritburner

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    Just that Trevor - I will try & get some more meat for them bones ;)
     
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    'Sold' & 'made' is two different things! :lol:

    Maybe you would have more success than me finding out if production continues?
     
  10. Motoshi Makino

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    It is certainly so.
    I think production to be discontinued if it is fewer though demand is still little from now on.

    Best Regards,
    Motoshi
     
  11. Javerjayal

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    In uruguay nobody wants to invest.
    We have to recycle old disused heaters to use.
    We only have disposable camping cartridges and new bad quality cookers