Greetings, All, Recently, a thread popped up about instructions for The Mite coil burner #53582, marketed by Phoenix, out of Taiwan. I made a quick comment about an identical stove that I own, the Polaris P-2 coil burner, and promised to post more info about it, along with the instructions. Here's the link to the original thread about The Mite: https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/the-mite-no-53582-coil-burner.23111/#post-373751 Back when I found my Polaris P-2 stove (Thanks, @Doug L , for the heads up on that one!), I posted some quick snaps of the stove, and discussed it a tad. I also promised to post photos and info in the Reference Gallery, and the thread about The Mite spurred me to do just that. Here's my Polaris P-2 stove: (I love the nice tin which this stove came! Better made, and better metal than the cheaper coil burner tins, IMHO.) Interesting to see that this metal still has some sort of illustration/impression on the inside bottom of the stove can. Recycled stuff? Maybe.... This was a hard photo to take, as I was trying to illuminate the inside of the tank, and thereby show the unused wick. Best I could do with the time allowed for this. (Sadly, the pdf files will still not post, even though I cut the size down to 150 dpi, darn it!) So, I took photos of the catalog and instructions, and hope they will work: And, now, here's the fun part: The instructions in English, first, then Chinese, for those who can read them. Please pay careful attention to the spelling, and usage of certain words, and you will find some things that are flat-out hilarious!! IF you pay attention, you will see them, and if not, well..... you'll miss all the fun!! So, that's my Polaris P-2! When comparing it to the other coil burners I own, I have to say it's far better than the cheaper Japanese offerings, like the "Lil Injun", "Handy Camper", etc., but it's not as good as the English Stesco stove, nor the American Taykit coil burner. It's made with quite a bit of attention to detail, and that shows in the quality of the soldering, and the finishing of both steel and brass parts. Will I ever fire it up? Nah, no need. I like it just the way it is, and do hope to finally cobble together a replacement leg for it, out of steel, just to make it complete. Thanks for checking it out, and thanks, again, to Doug L for turning me on to this neat little coil burner, years ago! Take care, and God Bless! Every Good Wish, Doc P.S. If a Mod would rather have scans of the catalog and instructions, for the Reference Library, I could send them via "We Transfer", and hopefully, they could be used for better views of both. Please let me know, as I have not found a way to make the scans I took, either large, or smaller, post here.