RADIUS No 20

Discussion in 'Radius No:20' started by teletim, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. teletim

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    This is my favorite size and brand of stove.
    Regards Tim

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  2. hikin_jim

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    Tim, is this the same size (approximately) as a Primus 96?

    It's a very nice stove no matter what size it is. :)

    HJ
     
  3. teletim

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    Hi Jim,
    Yes same size as the 96 ..... nice details to the stove like the shooting star the spirit can fits snug in the windshield during transit.
    A Great Stove!
    Cheers Tim
     
  4. mr optimus

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    Fantastic stove Tim i really like the engraving on the tank with the shooting star and also the graphics on the tin and spirit can and this outfit has a nice windshield no wonder it's one of your favourites well done Tim
     
  5. itchy

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    Very nice to see the complete set up.

    Also, nice backdrop to the pics -- is that your backyard?

    I have some of the parts for Radius 20, missing the burner bell and plate, but it had that really interesting wind shield which was the selling point for me. I'll probably never have all the parts, but it did work with (what I think was) a 96 burner bell on it.