Shinabro 680R. Camp Stove.

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  1. kerophile

    kerophile United Kingdom SotM Winner Subscriber

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    Hi, here are some photos of my latest acquisition, a Shinabro 680R. camp stove. The collapsible, 1.5 pint kerosene stove is contained in aluminium pots within a zipped canvas case:

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    This is a super, well-made stove, with some nice design features.

    It easily passed the Kerophile "Tea Test".

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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    Yet another very interesting stove, George.

    A very nice 'discus' that will have Nick drooling! :D

    I like the way that the legs lock into position. It is also the first time I have seen (or noticed) the large recess for the pump tube. I also like the case it comes in.

    It is also great to see a 'cherry-red' and am sure it passed the tea test with flying colours! :D :D
     
  3. Big Si

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    I was going to bid on that myself but I'm saving for a trailer tent amongst other things. My first paraffin stove was a Shinabro, the roarer type, I did bid on Brians silent one till the price whent through the roof. Still with the car boot season just around the corner who knows what will turn up?

    Si
     
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    Wok type pan supports ...Fast stir fry veggies :)
    & Discus .. & brassy :oops:

    Ohhh , Im easy :)

    Dribble :oops: .. another keyboard to be recycled?.

    Like I need a n other Discus stove :roll:

    But with those twistable wok friendly supports ... oooH .. I like the difference .

    Truly an up to date 'classic stove '
    As always .. Thanks for posting 'delights'.

    KEEP EM ALL CAPABLE OF A BLUE FLAME ..
    Sorry caps on ..
    Keep it blue .

    Nick
     
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    Gorgeous! Nice acquisition!
    I know I will bid ....someday..... :-)
     
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    Very nice stove!

    I saw that one hidden away, not very well described, on a certain auction site and left a snipe on it hoping for a bargain, and to find out what it really was.

    However I was also after one of Mr Miller's stoves at the same time for which I was bidding rather more coin hence I lost out to the person who wanted the Shinabro more than me!

    Well done Kerophile. It's good to know it's in safe hands :clap:
     
  7. kerophile

    kerophile United Kingdom SotM Winner Subscriber

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    Hi, Thanks to everyone for your comments.

    I think that it is a tribute to the generosity of spirit of CCS members that two of the un-successful bidders on this particular stove have now posted fine comments and shared my pleasure in getting it back to working order.

    Thank you again,
    Best Regards,
    George.