I have several, actually a lot of good quality stoves in my inventory but I was intrigued by what is available in 3rd world countries. So I ordered this Indian made stove from the "Bay".....as the arrangement looked interesting. Not surprising the brand shown here is not the brand shown on the bay. The packaging was not intended for long distances, poor quality cardboard and plenty of poly wrap. First casualty was this very poor weld on the fuel tube where I assume it took a battering somewhere along the way. The poor quality of the manufacturing is told by the supplied spares package. One complete burner, 4 prickers (???) and a spirit cup etc. Fuel cap with bleeder (air purge) Pump....this is the poorest part of the stove. Shaft is too thin for the cap hole, very wobbly to use...pumps only once in 3 strokes. But it does work. The pump cup is made of a pressed fiber (paper ?), but not to worry as a plentiful supply , about 24 are found in a plastic bag. Another problem is the very shallow threads on everything that is threaded....so that cross threading is the likely result if one is in a hurry . Remember this name But it does work and I suppose that's why natives buy them. In conclusion...not a collector's item. Bad welds, poor threads, flimsy materials.....BUT a HUGE tank for long operation and made to hold large pots. I will keep this, warts and all...after a few repairs and appreciate the quality stoves from elsewhere. Mind you, this is made for those in less fortunate places and is a necessity for them.