PT2 Ogonek in a NOS condition.

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  1. pau-i-amor

    pau-i-amor Subscriber

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    It's difficult for me explain you about this stove. @presscall wrote a complete report here:
    https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/ogonek-dates-from-1988.31301/

    Only some words:

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    Control spindle is offset stove axle. You can see pricker spin through the jet.

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    This stove doesn't need a belt for holt the up and down lids. Only push and turn a little.

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    This is the heatshield.
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    It's not clear, but I suppose 1991....

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    Having seen your outstanding cycling tour reports you're surely a man who'll be using the Ogonek @pau-i-amor!

    I like the colour variation from the blue-green caps one I have.

    John
     
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    Hi @presscall. I've a main rule: All you get unlighted, keep unlighted. I've a lot of used stoves for cook in my bicicle tours... :content: