I bought this from a guy on ebay a few days ago, for £12.50p. It was quite dirty and tarnished when it arrived but it didn't take mush fettling at all. A good rub with 1200 wet and dry, then a polish up with duraglit and it was shining like new. I made a new filler cap washer and also one for the blanking cap. The pump seemed a bit hitty missy so I replaced the cup washer too. When I removed the nipple to check it was clean, I noticed that a .32 pricker was a loose fit so I gently squeezed the nipple in a vice so that the pricker was a snug fit. I flushed out the tank with fresh paraffin and got some bits of crud out but not a lot. I refilled the tank; filled the spirit cup and set it alight. When the meths had just about burned out I closed the air release screw and gave the pump one stroke. It roared into life immediately. It only took four more strokes of the pump and it was roaring fiercely and making a beautiful sound. The flame was a perfect blue and evenly spread. Within a minute the flame spreader ring was glowing orange. I don't know if it supposed to run with a .32 nipple but I'm not changing it for another size because the stove runs fantastic as it is. I can see no sign of any repairs or fresh soldering so it is in it's original condition except for my polishing. I'm new to fettling but I have several Primus's in my collection or should that be Primae? along with a Parasene, a Monitor, a Burmos and an RM. My Primus No 10 was my favourite but now I have a new favourite. The quality of this Radius is superb, the engraving is excellent and I just love the fact that the tank blanking cap screws onto the end of the pump knob. Can anyone give me any advice as to the age of this stove please as I have no idea how to date them. I have included some photos to help. Thanks.