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Old 12-15-2008
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Dem, this is most common non-pressurized alcohol stove. No pump. No pressure. No flare up! It uses a wick! Your's is a traditional pressurized stove witch as you learned can be dangerous.


The 3100 CookMate Portable Stove uses the Safe-Flame™ Non-Pressurized Canister System with a large capacity of 1 1/4 quarts of Alcohol per burner. This needs No hose, No pumping, No preheating. Environmentally Friendly Fuel using grain based alcohol. 6800 BTU of heating per burner - can boil 1 quart of water in 8 minutes. Stainless Steel long lasting construction - Dimensions 5 3/8" H x 18 5/16" W x 10 5/16" D. Weight 14 lbs.
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