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parasene 1/2pint stove

Discussion in 'Parasene' started by gunsoo, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. gunsoo

    gunsoo Korea, Republic of Subscriber

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    Hi everybody.
    It has original tiny silent cap and aluminium case. wrench is similar radius wrench.

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    Gunsoo
     
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  2. DAVE GIBSON United States

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    until i saw the photo with your hand in it i had no idea it was that small!
     
  3. yonadav

    yonadav Israel Subscriber

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    In order to allow people to have a feel for stove sizes, I established my "size reference rule": With each stove that I post, I include at least one photo of the stove next to a well known object, which in my case is a can of Coca Cola.

    Yonadav
     
  4. nikos France

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    I like this one, Gunsoo ! I like it very much ! :shock:

    wish list updated !
     
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    mr optimus United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Hi gunsoo wow that must be the smallest paraffin stove ever made a very rare and unusual little stove you have the flame it self is as big as the stove.
    I see the silent burner cap is made by parasene but there are no other markings on the stovea i see it has been put in the reference gallery under parasene so i assume the whole stove is a parasene made stove,a lot of there stoves and blowlamps were marked with a water slide transfer with the name parasene so it must have been removed at some point in its life
     
  6. hikin_jim United States

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    That's a very nice little stove. A good bit smaller than a 96 I think.

    Do you know how many grams it weighs?

    HJ
     
  7. bolexguy United States

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    I imagine that could take classic stoves into the world of light weight backpacking =) so tiny...its great!
     
  8. kerophile

    kerophile United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Hi, if you check out the 10th photo in this post you will see this small Parasene stove alongside a Primus No.96 fitted with one of Gary's silent caps:

    https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/11706

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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  9. gunsoo

    gunsoo Korea, Republic of Subscriber

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    Thanks kinds reply everybody.
    coca cola is good idea Yonadav. haha
    i'm looking find another some.

    thanks Mr. Optimus
    you tell me about it good information .

    Hi HJ. It has 0.58kg weight.
     
  10. hikin_jim United States

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    That's a pound and a quarter in the US. A very nice light weight for that type of stove.

    HJ