Not pressure but still a kerosene fueled heater. A Fyrside YR7500 I bought many, many years back in the 70's. Last year flushed the font, fitted a...
The tail end of winter with wind and dismal rain. Pressed a button on my gas heater and clunk, it broke and that is the end of it untill repaired....
My Kayen is doing sterling work in the garage and am quite impressed by the amount of heat these pressure heaters give out.
Good runner with character.
A stylish table lamp and I too would like to have one.
I have bought both 5 and 7 " vaporisers from Simon Chant and they are excellent quality. Even come with spare jets and clear assembly...
Looks a very well built lantern. Running well.
A grand old lamp brought back to life. Well done.
When I first light my Kayen and it is well pressured up get long blue flames like yours is showing. After 5 or so mins the pressure burns off and...
No account with faceache so no loss as far as I am concerned.
Slumming it in style and well equipped for the nights.
With winter on the way will come in handy for the cold nights. Like the feet, never seen those before.
Splendid example, such a lucky find.
Must admit I have not seen pressure irons around my area. But then have not really looked for irons.
The Tilley is a nice looking iron and in...
A splendid restoration and freely admit a job beyond my skills. Going well.
Really a curious old heater and still intact one piece. Quite a lot of components as compared to other brands of heaters.
Good old lantern and doing well in amongst the foliage.
Looks good, its surprising how many pressure devices there was about in pre electric days.
Looks smart and shiny.
Interesting that the thermocouple provides enough current to illuminate two incandescant bulbs. I that is so would be quite capable of running a...
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