I just walked in the door from buying
a Dickinson 2 burner propane
stove. I thought I was going to look at a Mariner and when I was looking at the stove I discovered it was a MARINER BY DICKINSON. This is a used stove that the owner said was replaced by a newer 3 burner stove. The stove was in his boat
since 1986 and other than one burner having to be started with a match, is in very good shape. It is all stainless and pretty heavy. It seems heavier (more solid) than some of the Force Tens that I have seen. This stove was actually made in New Zealand
, so I wonder if Dickinson made a habit of re-branding other stoves to their name. If so, I think they chose a good brand. I dont know if this helps you or not, but I recalled a question about Dickinson and thought I would comment. ______Grant.