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Old 17-01-2020, 15:20   #1
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ORIGO ALCOHOL STOVE

I'm in the San Diego area and I'm looking for a 2 burner Origo alcohol stove. Please reply here or PM me.

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Old 17-01-2020, 17:33   #2
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Re: ORIGO ALCOHOL STOVE

Hi, I have this ad running in the Sailboat Owners forum: https://sbo.sailboatowners.com/gear/...showad&id=6903

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Old 17-01-2020, 19:22   #3
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Re: ORIGO ALCOHOL STOVE

I'm redoing the interior of my boat and want one that functions well but also looks really nice.

1) I see scratches but are there any dents or rust?

2) Are all the parts there?
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Re: ORIGO ALCOHOL STOVE

When you get one, you might also start looking for spare cans or pot holders or gimbals now because they are disappearing too.
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I'm kinda paranoid of propane on a boat so I've been cooking with non-pressurized alcohol for about 5 years now. It takes longer to cook stuff, but I really like how simple and safe it is. It's sad to see Origo go down the tubes.
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I'm kinda paranoid of propane on a boat so I've been cooking with non-pressurized alcohol for about 5 years now. It takes longer to cook stuff, but I really like how simple and safe it is. It's sad to see Origo go down the tubes.
I totally agree! And, for me, the cooking time is just right; in the time it takes to do other stuff, my coffee is ready.
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