ROYAL MAX No.81-3 new in box

Discussion in 'Dongil Metal Manufacturing Co' started by Motoshi Makino, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. Motoshi Makino

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    The size of this stove is the same as Optimus111. In the feature, the pump is an outer pump. A lot of very interesting stoves are in South Korea.

    Regards,Motoshi

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  2. itchy

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    Ditto

    Interesting indeed!
     
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  3. Lance

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    Thanks for showing this to us Motoshi. It's a loverly bit of kit.

    Are these stoves easy to find there in Nippon??

    Don't that beat all, they even include the pump as a part of the stove not an "extra" you can buy. What a great company. And to think there are those who believe nothing inovative comes from the orient. Such fools.

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  4. yonadav

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    I love this wind guard (and the stove in general).

    Can somebody in S. Korea start selling those neat things on eBay?

    Thanks for sharing, Motoshi,

    Yonadav
     
  5. Motoshi Makino

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    Hi
    The stove manufacturer of all liquid fuels seems to be lost in South Korea. It was heard that it was difficult for South Korea to obtain these stoves now.
    Of course, it is not possible to find it even in Japan.
    I exchanged stoves with the friend in South Korea. Or, the stove was bought.


    However, I made a mistake in the contribution place. Is Ross moved to a correct place?


    Regards,Motoshi
     
  6. hikin_jim

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    What an interesting stove. It seems to have some features of an 8R and some of a 111 perhaps as well as some innovations of its own.

    I'm sorry to hear that the Koreans aren't making stoves any more (if I'm understanding what you're saying correctly). They made some simply excellent stoves.

    HJ
     
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    If you could only collect Korean stoves you could still have a fascinating collection.
     
  8. Gordon F

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    I love those pot supports, what an improvement they would make to a 111.
     
  9. Motoshi Makino

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    Hello.Ross.

    Thank you for the switch to a correct contribution place.
    I hope the CCS member in South Korea contributes a lot of South Korea stoves.

    Regards,Motoshi
     
  10. Big BTU

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    Beautiful stove Motoshi!
    Clearly it was made for both the Korean & Western market it has alot of English on it.

    Does it have a cleaning needle built in also or just the pricker included? Do you have an idea of when it was made? Looks like high quality construction.

    Thank you for all the pictures.