unused meva 2140 stove

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  1. gunsoo

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    hello everyone. i'm korean lantern & stove collector.
    this stove bought in my country last year.
    it has all part(handle key,nozzle, sealing ..)
    and unused stove.
    have nice day everybody 8)

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  2. RonPH

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    Hi Gunsoo, such a lovely Meva :shock: . Do they still sell this brand of stoves in Korea at this time? Different control know type which will not get lost but wonder about the heat on that sliding control after cooking?

    Thanks for sharing.

    Ron
     
  3. yonadav

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    Really beautiful stove, Gunsoo. It seems there are plenty of nice stoves in Korea, both imported and locally made.

    Ron - there should be an extension handle there, that can be attached to the hot control lever to prevent your fingers from getting fried. If I remember right, it has an insulated tip.

    Yonadav
     
  4. Big BTU

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    very nice!
     
  5. Wim

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    Hi gents, sorry to interupt, but Meva's were made in Chechoslovacia... ;) (might have written that wrong, it is Tsjechoslovakije in dutch :roll: )

    Regards,

    Wim
     
  6. DAVE GIBSON

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    nice find..how about some more photos of your collection?
     
  7. tetley

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    gunsoo, that's lovely, was it just one left in the shop?

    would be, wouldn't it. :lol:

    please remind me the name for angle grinder, other than flex?

    Czechoslovakia
     
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  8. otogi

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    Hi gunsoo!
    Very nice!

    This one is close to me stove collecting hobbyists.
    I'll put lots of data relating to kerosine stoves about South Korea forward, too.
     
  9. gunsoo

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    hi mr.otogi :content:
    i really want to see your nice stove.
    i will waiting !!
    good luck day mr . otogi
     
  10. cook

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    Do not use it! :lol:

    On the bottom of the tank is a number... My Meva have 165.
     
  11. gunsoo

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    hi cook !
    i think this stove is czech history.
    so i will did not use it. :)
     
  12. Wim

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    Slijptol, haakse slijptol, slijpschijf, maybe a few more :-k
    ;) Wim
     
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  13. Motoshi Makino

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    Hi gunsoo.
    It is a very nice stove. :clap:
    The opening and shutting of the fuel turns the neck of the burner. I am interesting by very unique structure.

    Hi otogi.
    Welcome to CCS.
    Please introduce a lot of interesting stoves of South Korea.

    Regards,Motoshi
     
  14. gunsoo

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    hello wim :)
    i'm sorry. what it mean angle grinder?
    :doh:

    hi motoshi :lol:
    a few day we meet in my pub.(daum evans,otogi,and me).
    we talking about you. :D
    we had good times
     
  15. tetley

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    one of these;

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    sorry to divert your topic :oops: , just i was told by a friend in NL that it's name translated as

    'through a 90 degree bend material removing machine'.

    obviously, i can't remember what it translated as :lol:
     
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