I mentioned about two old Tilleys I have in the garage, one being an old 1974 X246B I bought from Sands in Melbourne way back then. Two Old Tilleys anyway, not to go over the story again, when I lit the lamp as shown in the post above it wasn't holding pressure. so ordered a SP1 online from Tilley in England and it promptly arrived. I have re-kitted this lamp probably a couple of times before when it was used a lot, but last time would have been in the 1990's. so yesterday I fitted the new seals and cleaned the old lamp as best as I could. and hidden away in the shed was a reflector shield I bought for next to nothing from an Army disposal store. put it all together and the lamp remained alight for four hours last night burning faultlessly. only had to give it the one re-pump to restore pressure, so all good. thanks to to this forum I salvaged it after nearly throwing it out awhile ago. the reflector gives a nice affect when the lantern is hung from something higher up. now what to do with the hood, it's full of holes and barely holding together. I've been told by my son to leave as is seeing it still works well. what do others reckon?