Sanulim 2B-700 from Bumjin Int'l

Discussion in 'Other Brands' started by ewildes, Mar 21, 2010.

  1. ewildes

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    I bought this stove at a thrift store in unfired condition. The pot stand legs were missing, but it had the funnel, priming bottle, and silent and a roarer burner. It has an interesting feature in a plastic guard or cover that fits over the tank. It appears to be to protect the tank from boil-overs as it has a little drip spout on one side. It has a cap for the tank when the burner is remover, and also a cap that screws down over the jet. enjoy.

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  2. RonPH

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    Nice acquisition and the pot legs are easy to cobble. Looks like Korean made. Hope to see it fired up - lets see those blue flames :thumbup:

    Ron
     
  3. Knight84

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    Thank you for adding your stove to the ref. gallery. :clap: :clap:

    I looks like a well put together stove. I believe Korea stoves are under-appreciated or don't get that second look. I find they are well thought out stoves. They must have copied from the best. Just like their cars it seems. :lol:

    Cheers,
    Jeff
     
  4. DAVE GIBSON

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    thrift store!unfired :shock: --you had some great luck,that is a very fine stove.a close up of the cap over the jet would be good,maybe post some photos in a larger format.the white cover over the tank is new to me,very clever idea.with both the roaring and silent burners you have a stove that should meet your needs for many years..