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Hi all,Hoping one or more of the alcohol stove gurus can help me identify this stove I just received.
Edited by markmclauchlin on 02/04/2010 05:57:43 MST.
Looks like a Whitebox stove
Whitebox Single I think instead of the regular WB model.
I am certainly no expert, but it also looks quite similar to the Gram Weenie Pro.https://www.end2endtrailsupply.com/Gram_Weenie_PRO.htmlI am sure those with more knowledge than I will point out the differences.
Looking more closely now and seeing the larger crimp plus the cuts at the bottom of the bottle, along with the threads at the bottom of the bottle, you are probably correct. It doesn't look like Bill's quality.
Im holding my gram weenie pro from E2E and looking at the pic you posted. I'm 100% sure its a gram weenie pro
Hey Mark, my brudda from down undaI think that is the Gram Weenie. A guy at BPer makes them too and explained it here.http://www.backpacker.com/cgi-bin/forums/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=973107219;t=9991131280
The Gram Weenie has two parallel lines of burner holes (I have one and double checked) vice the picture having a singular line.The stove pictured looks like the the Gram Weenies bigger sibling - the Gram Weenie Pro.Link:https://www.end2endtrailsupply.com/Gram_Weenie_PRO.html
George Carr, who posts on this forum, is the man behind this stove, and the company that sells it
Yup, that's a Gram Weenie PRO alright. 100 points to all who guessed correctly :p.Mark, if you'd like a copy of the original packaging/brochure I can email you the document.
Thanks all, George would love to have a copy of the brochure email markmclauchlin AT westnet.com.au.Looks like a real neat little stove, I also received a imusa 700ml mug with it.Cheers again,Mark
Hey George, Just ordered the Gram Weenie today as my first alcohol stove. Wanted one for my Snow Peak 450 mug and this looked to fit the bill. Can't wait to try it!
Thaks Travis. You'll have to let me know how it works for you.
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