Discussion in 'Mystery Stoves' started by gieorgijewski, Nov 24, 2014.
The Arara like - I think.
Found on auction.
Photo by petrelectra.
Never seen one of these before! Looks handy and compact with a very low center of gravity (pots won't fall very deep! ). It is a bit a fore-runner of the modern stoves with separate fuel can/pump unit and burner unit.
Thanks for sharing!
thats a first! what did they use as a pot holder?
...all You need - use two stones...
What kinds of burner was used?
Have you tried lighting it?
It looks like it would produce an interesting flame.
WOW!! A stove I have never seen before!! Arecthere any markings on it?
If You ask Me - I CANT answer - because I am not the owner... This foto was from the beginning auction...
I find this auction and copy here photo.
Construction is similar to the Arara folding stove.
Very nice. How big is it?
Ken in NC
Can see where the MSR insiration came from although my money says it burns alcohol.
I think circa 12 cm tank diameter
Have a closer look at the pictures. The holes in the burner are not regularly spaced and the join in the pipe is a little rough. The pump is quite recessed but doesnt have any obvious lock to prevent it coming out The cap has a safety release but there is no way to regulate the flame.
It looks on first look to be a must have stove but theres something not quite right.
I wonder if this is a commercially made stove and if it ever worked as intended.
We(I) have only two picture... and imaginations and some experience
If Admin ask me - Ican drop URL link to the auction then You can try to get informations from the first hand
"If Admin ask me - Ican drop URL link to the auction then You can try to get informations from the first hand"
please do. I will take the blame if the mods dont like it
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