Optimus 154W & 154 *

Discussion in 'Optimus No:154' started by Magnus Thilander, Oct 16, 2007.

  1. Magnus Thilander

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    Optimus 154W

    This is one of the best/working stoves ever!! I like it a lot!! If you don't have this model, then get it! :D

    Best Regards,
    Magnus

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  2. Spiritburner

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    The 55 was also a double burner but designed to be built-in rather than counter-top.

    Magnus' stove is a 154W. Optimus also made a version with a quick-lighter.

    Optional extras were pan locking bars & a gimbal to prevent this sort of thing:

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  3. aktopp

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    Hi Magnus,
    Here are some photos of my 154.

    First seen from above:

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    Next - Burner and quick-lighter:

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    Then seen from below:

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    And then a closer view of the quick-lighter:

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    When priming the burner I normaly use meths, as shown on your photo Magnus.
    The quick-lighter works OK, but needs a lot of pumping since it "takes" air from the fuel tank.