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    Trangia 27-1UL with kettle

    Have no need of this the kettle has been well used but still good condition apart from slightly melted knob on lid.


    Does not have a burner not sure what happened to it, $old plus shipping.


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    Hmm interested

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    Trangia 27-1UL with kettle

    Quote Originally Posted by swampy99 View Post
    Hmm interested
    Priced to sell, don’t miss out again. I may have the missing burner I will have a look again tonight and will include it if I find it.


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    Found the Trangia burner, it’s a bit dirty could use a clean and a new ‘o’ ring but is serviceable.



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    Sold


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    Trangia's are easy to repair and have seen service kits about for them. A couple of people I knew over the years swore by the Trangia stove, simplicity was the best thing about them.

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    Anaconda have virtually all the bits you'll need.

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    Just don’t accidentally knock them over while in use!!!


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    Think that applies to any liquid fuelled stove. My old Svea "chuffer" would get rather nasty if knocked over, best to make a safe place for the stove and take care whilst cooking.

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