Victory Boat Heater/Stove

Discussion in 'Other Brands' started by Spiritburner, Jan 19, 2009.

  1. Spiritburner

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    I've listed this under Great Britain/Other. The instructions are from Primus-Sievert UK Ltd with a factory address in Formby, UK. I've never seen these outside of the UK & I suspect they were a Primus-Sievert UK product for the home market. I also suspect this is 1970's to early 80's from the telephone number code & the fact the stove at the core of this heater is a Hipolito No:1 rather than a Svea.

    This also comes with the pan-ring & legs so the stove can be taken out & used as such.

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    Instructions Link

    Instructions for the burner Link

    I'd been outbid on this months if not a year or 2 ago on ebay. The buyer, Fra, is a member here & contacted me recently & offered me a deal on it which I couldn't refuse. Thanks Fra!
     
  2. rik_uk3

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    Very very nice Ross
     
  3. Matukat

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    Makes me lust....man, am I weird...;-)
     
  4. Big Si

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    That really is very very nice :clap: :clap:

    Si
     
  5. Timberwolf

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    Wow Ross, that is beautiful.
     
  6. Fra

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    Good to see the " Victory " on display.
    It really is a lovely bit of kit and I'm glad it has gone to a good home.
    Cheers
    Fra
     
  7. Michel

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    hello guys
    i have the possibility to buy such a heater
    I would try to heat my boat with
    Do you think there is some danger ?

    Is anyone have a document about the flue (or have done one for this heater ?
    thanks for help
     
  8. Wil van opzeeland

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    Hello,
    I have recently bought an Victory boat stove.
    But de doorlock is not original.
    Is there any one who can help me.
    I prefer som pictures from de lock.
    It is de lock whit one knob.
    I woud be most thankfull to you.
     
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    Too big for my boat --but that doesn't mean I don't want one! Those are gorgeous.

    Alex
     
  12. Joe Sutherland

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    I have most of a Taylor's paraffin boat heater sans the burner assembly, I'd doesn't fit my boat and tbh I've thought of moving it on for a while for someone else to build up and use
     
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  14. Joe Sutherland

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    Two Taylor's stoves and the heater ( which lost the burner yonks ago) have kept me up to speed.