Takei #101 stove

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  1. Mike the stove

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    New stove Takei 'Purple stove' #101

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  2. Matukat

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    OOOH! AHHH!! NICE!

    EDIT- Will you have these available for sale?
     
  3. linux_author

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    gotta agree! have seen some awfully purty stoves here, but this one really grabs ya!

    any more info about the stove? kero i assume! more detailed shots would be *awesome*!

    thanks for the pic!
     
  4. Russ in California

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    New, as in new to you or new new? :-k
    Very nice looking stove.
    8)
     
  5. The Bird

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    Oh! What a beauty!! I've never seen anything like it here before!!!

    I like that wind/flame shield a lot too, hmmmm.....

    I agree, more pictures required, more info. Flame shots in particular.

    I'd also like to see what's hiding behind the wind shield.

    Must be said though, I'd certainly like to OWN one!!!

    Cheers,

    Mike.
     
  6. Doc Mark

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    Hey, Mike,

    Count me in, too, if you're going to be offering these stoves! Looks to be well worth owning and using. More info, please, when you get time. Thanks, very much, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
  7. Matukat

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    Is it 1/2 pint? 3/4?
     
  8. Big BTU

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    Me too! Count me in for 2 of them!
     
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    Soooo how much and where do we get'em. Does Mike sell these?
     
  11. dday

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    You gotta love that regulated burner :smile: . I'd sure like to have one of them too if you have a source. Thanks for sharing.
    Dan
     
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    Ah, 1 pint and "boiling time: summer 2 winter 4 minutes"!

    How romantic! ;)
     
  13. Doug Eisemann

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    A beautiful stove indeed. A true modern classic. As we speak, I am trying my best to get a Takei BR-301, which is an exceedingly hard thing to do if one lives in the US and is not fluent in Japanese.

    Sadly, they are even more pricey than the excellent Manaslu stoves, but in a world of cheap throwaway goods, I would rather spend money on something that will last several lifetimes if well cared for, than the latest inexpensive technological wonder!


    Regards,
    Doug E.
     
  14. DAVE GIBSON

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    there is a American guy in Japan who sells stuff from over there on "j-list".a lot of adult items but also bento lunch box's,tee shirts,snacks,a heap of stuff really.some things are listed as only two or three on hand so i guess he just finds local things to sell in whatever numbers he can find.if he got enough e-mails he might start carrying these and other stoves and heaters.maybe get him out of the porno trade and into camping gear.
     
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    That is a STUNNER!!! It looks a lot like a stove that I should own.......if there's any left I would love to have one.

    Cheers
    Reuben
     
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    If its not too much for my wallet, I would like one too :mrgreen:

    Ron
     
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    What He said! :thumbup:
     
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  18. yonadav

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    I'm also interested.

    Yonadav
     
  19. Doc Mark

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    Friends,

    I don't know, for sure, but am guessing that, IF this little Brut is actually available, it's not going to be inexpensive!! Hope I'm wrong, but I doubt it. Still, I'd rather pay some serious coin for a well-made, and long-lasting stove, then the same money for the crappola that we see many times offered today in stores!! Just my two cents..... Take care, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
  20. kerry460

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    G,,day that is a lovely little stove.
    i dont need one , but i would like one.

    Question, i presume the second photo in the link is a heater?
    cheers kerry