Pigeon Ignus

Discussion in 'France' started by Martin T., Jun 21, 2012.

  1. Martin T.

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    Here some pics from my Pigeon Ignus.I don´t know when is was made. It works great!! A good Stove for coffeemakers but only for small pots. In this Stove I use Gasolin or Coleman fuel and it ot a lot of Power. In the beginning I thougt the tank would be critical hot but now it seems to be quite normal.
    Martin :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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  2. Chef BC

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    From France? Very nice, I like. 8) :clap:
     
  3. nikos

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    Hi Martin !

    I like the Ignus very much too. It's a beauty !
    Did you find it in France ? When I got mine, a misplaced flame informed me that a new graphit packing (tell me if you need some) was required. Keep an eye on the knob when using it.....

    I also use it for coffee only, not for real cooking because the tank gets really really hot... [-o<
     
  4. nzmike

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    Lovely thing! :thumbup: My Dad had one just the same, he brought it new from France just after WW2. I remember it as a kid but paid it no mind. It hit the trail sometime during one of our many house moves and by the time I was interested in such things it was long gone.... ](*,)
     
  5. nikos

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    So Mike, did you get the chance to find an other one ?
     
  6. Martin T.

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    Hey Nikos!
    I found it her in Germany on a flea market. Which knob do you mean? The packing is in good condition thank you! Yes the thank gets realy hot but I think thats not a problem. Also I think the "heat shield" contains asbestos but psssst :-)
    Martin