Presscall's mention of his Unigas (Bleuet clone) stove in this thread caused me to remember a stove I've been meaning to post for months... No prizes for guessing it's a Unigas Senior:- Image 1 shows a general view of the stove ready for lighting. The windshield is a thick aluminium casting which also adds rigidity to the pan supports. Image 2 - shows a general view from above. Image 3 shows the stove collapsed ready for packing away. The windshield is removed, the pan supports turn inward and the windshield is inverted and replaced. Image 4 shows the upper parts of the stove. Image 5 is a similar view with the burner bell removed to show the jet. Image 6 shows the underside of the stove. Turning the baseplate releases it and allows the gas canister to be replaced. Image 7 shows the spare pierceable gas canister. Anybody got (or even seen anywhere) the 'Yew Tree' stove? Image 8 shows the prickers that came with the stove. Presumably these would only be necessary in the event of food spillages inside the burner bell. Note that the ship logo is the same as the one on John's Unigas. Image 9 is a general view of the stove, spare gas canister and prickers in a home-made box which I need to get around to repairing. I'd had the stove months before I found the prickers and then only because I picked up the box and happened to touch them! If this is the Unigas Senior, is John's Unigas Bleuet clone the Unigas Junior?