Post your flame shots here!

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  1. Tony Press

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    Primus No. 3:

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    Cheers

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    Beauty Tony ! :thumbup:
     
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  4. Johnathan Canada

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    Coleman 432A - Coleman Canada Easi-Lite. I replaced the fuel tank with one that has the older valve style so don't have to worry about o-ring issues.

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    Headlamp late night camp coffee contrast. My late 70s? MSR G. Merely 30g heavier than Whisperlite 600:


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  6. Haggis

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    Optimus 111,,, this week’s stove for my morning bowl of porridge oats… This is the stove I got last summer, from Ann Bancroft… Week #12 behind me, week #13 and another stove start in the morning,

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  7. Haggis

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    Breakfast in the making… A Svea 123 from the ‘60’s, and my first brass stove…

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  8. Barrett

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    Missed the best part of a CF preheat (with cup)... as being a new to me stove there was a phone/camera in one hand and a fire extinguisher next to the other one whilst outside (appears I've learnt something lol)
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    Settled down as expected and produced a much better flame than the phone pic displays.
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    Cheers @Robtz, the other one's next.... but it presented a technical hitch tonight that I've worked on...but..... I may be better off waiting till tomorrow to flame.....or not :)
     
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    me making a coffee, best stove to use,

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    Hi, Haven't posted for a long time, lockdown in New Zealand so got my stoves out for a service, manged to do it and fire them up, great fun.
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    Hurlock
    Meva
    Primus 0
    Optimus 111
    And a Touring Turm.
     

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  13. Barrett

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    Little bit late ..... and lazy with firewood tonight as we head into spring, but needed something to take the chill off.
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    CA 1/49 500 sitting atop the log burner (excuse dusty ceiling flue shield, never ending renovation here)
    My first imported stove for which I owe Mr Alexxx a huge thank you for reaching out and helping a isolated collector, much like Harder.
    Where is @Mr Alexxx? @Harder D. Soerensen
     
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  16. Haggis

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    Coleman 530,,, A 1947…

    The initial lighting is spectacular! Then after a few moments folly,,, a nice blue flame, ready for work…

    3/4 of a century old, and still performs like it is just out of the box…

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    Primus No. 1S:or from 1939

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    On the left is week‘s stove (week 20) in porridge rotation, a Coleman 533,,, 8/03… On the right is a Coleman 500, B/1950, waiting impatiently for its turn at bat for next week… As much as I think the 533 is the finest single burner Coleman ever produced, I like the old stoves more… There is something to be said for the “fiddle factor”… The 533 will crank out 10,000 or so BTU’s, or it will simmer at a quite low heat,,, and all with its single lever, and no fiddle factor… The 500 needs be babied along until it is warmed up, and then coaxed back down to simmering once it is warm enough to bear it…

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    Primus No.0, first fire up in a long time 8]

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  20. Jesse

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    Before and after pics for a SVEA 123 I restored. What a great simple stove! Nice and easy to clean up and get goin g. I appreciate this after dealing with Enders stoves.

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