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#217051 - 02/14/11 05:23 PM Stove of the Week: The Borde Stove
Hikin_Jim Offline
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This week's stove is the iconic Borde Stove.




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#217054 - 02/14/11 05:51 PM Re: Stove of the Week: The Borde Stove [Re: Hikin_Jim]
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the hand-held,dripping fuel method of pre-heating a Borde should be done over a non flammable surface.


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#217055 - 02/14/11 05:53 PM Re: Stove of the Week: The Borde Stove [Re: Hikin_Jim]
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A fun and informative view! Thanks!

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#217062 - 02/14/11 08:09 PM Re: Stove of the Week: The Borde Stove [Re: Hikin_Jim]
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I've heard of this stove, but never seen one before. That's one cool/scary stove.

I may need to find one!

Of course, my wife thinks my 1970's era Optimus is scary when I prime it. . .
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#217064 - 02/14/11 08:50 PM Re: Stove of the Week: The Borde Stove [Re: CANOEDOGS]
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Originally Posted By: CANOEDOGS
the hand-held,dripping fuel method of pre-heating a Borde should be done over a non flammable surface.
Yes, definitely. lol.

I don't know if anyone has noticed, but most of my stove tests are done down in a gravelly creek bed on a rock. The rock won't burn, and there's a creek full of water right there in case something goes south. And of course I inspect my stoves before I light them.

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#217065 - 02/14/11 08:53 PM Re: Stove of the Week: The Borde Stove [Re: Jesselp]
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Originally Posted By: Jesselp
I've heard of this stove, but never seen one before. That's one cool/scary stove.

I may need to find one!
They're a tad expensive. There are still new ones out there, but expect to pay around $200.

I bought mine used for $130 total, which is pretty much fair market value. That's a lot of money for such a little stove, but they are cool little buggers. And they put out a fair amount of heat. This is a good small winter stove. The Borde will work in temperatures that are way too low for many other compact, light stoves.

Originally Posted By: Jesselp
Of course, my wife thinks my 1970's era Optimus is scary when I prime it. . .
Whatcha got? 8R? 80? 99? 123? 199?

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#217067 - 02/14/11 09:43 PM Re: Stove of the Week: The Borde Stove [Re: Hikin_Jim]
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and these little stoves are just not a blow torch for boiling water to make pots of mush while mountain climbing.
i cook just about anything and everything with mine.
here i'm working on a bannock.

you can adjust the heat from simmer to boil with the adjusting wire,you can see the red tape on the end so i don't loose it.with just one moving part the Borde is fool proof.

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#217070 - 02/14/11 10:19 PM Re: Stove of the Week: The Borde Stove [Re: CANOEDOGS]
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Originally Posted By: CANOEDOGS
and these little stoves are just not a blow torch for boiling water to make pots of mush while mountain climbing.
i cook just about anything and everything with mine.
here i'm working on a bannock.

you can adjust the heat from simmer to boil with the adjusting wire,you can see the red tape on the end so i don't loose it.with just one moving part the Borde is fool proof.
Mmmm. Looking good.

I've been able to get a pretty low flame on mine although I haven't tried any real simmering with it.


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#217077 - 02/15/11 12:36 AM Re: Stove of the Week: The Borde Stove [Re: Hikin_Jim]
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Thanks for sharing, I've not seen that stove before.

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#217078 - 02/15/11 12:38 AM Re: Stove of the Week: The Borde Stove [Re: Hikin_Jim]
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Yeah, it's kind of an oddball isn't it? I first saw it on zenstoves.net which has all kinds of interesting stuff. I've got lots more oddball stuff. lol. Stick around.

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