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Origo 3000 Alcohol Stove on 2040-parts.com

US $280.00
Location:

Brookings, Oregon, United States

Brookings, Oregon, United States
Condition:Used

ALMOST BRAND NEW, A SWEDISH MADE ORIGO 3000 ALCOHOL STOVE.
THIS STOVE IS THE SAFEST WAY TO COOK AFLOAT, IT ELIMINATES THE RISK OF EXPLOSION WITH THEIR PATENTED ALCOHOL VAPOR RELEASE CANISTERS. FUEL IS DENATURED ALCOHOL, 2-7000 BTU BURNERS, AND COMPACT. (19" x 11" x 6")
MIGHT NEED TO PURCHASE TWO GASKETS FOR FUTURE REPLACEMENT.
REVIEWS ARE GREAT FOR THIS UNIT BY PEOPLE THAT SAIL ON WATER.

OFFERED AS IS AND SHOWN, NO WARRANTY OFFERED OR IMPLIED.

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