200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

bluesky0812
My father picked this group up at a local pawn shop. The heater bottom looks like Coleman but the top.. I have searched the sell site and our forum.  Any help IDing the rascal would be appreciated. Click image for larger version - Name: 4025.jpeg, Views: 71, Size: 185.39 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 4026.jpeg, Views: 71, Size: 166.51 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 4027.jpeg, Views: 69, Size: 135.62 KB
Marty
MILSPEC_OPS  #81   ICCC #1451
Looking for 11/88 & 1/69  Still Learning
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Chucker
Looks to be an Asian import of a catalytic heater. They take Coleman/Camp fuel. 
Chuck
"...we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope" Romans 5:3-4
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JimL
Not a Coleman, but it's a pretty sweet looking unit. 

-Jim

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rob_pontius
I know that label but I can't place it at the moment. The real gem in that group is the 222B with the hard case. The 508B looks good as well.
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bluesky0812
Got it on the knock off.   Coleman has a similar label with a few more words on it.  Yes the little guy is the prize.  He had said he found one he thought I would like.  And the 508 has not multiplied enough around here to be in the way.  I like singles [lanterns and stoves].  They will fit into the line up nicely.
Marty
MILSPEC_OPS  #81   ICCC #1451
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JimL
>>Got it on the knock off. 

I wouldn't call the catalytic heater a knock-off, but rather a different brand.   Coleman didn't invent everything outdoors related.  🙂

-Jim

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Phredd
Nice find!    Just a reminder not to use it in an enclosed space. These things put off large amount of CO and CO2

Phredd
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Dmacp
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 Just a reminder not to use it in an enclosed space. These things put off large amount of CO and CO2


really? I mean the CO. Some things put out a lot of it-like charcoal. but not lanterns. unless they are starved for air. I'm surprised a white gas appliance that is working correctly would emit CO. But if it did I wouldn't use it.
Dan
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Majicwrench
Dan, I don't think the statement above yours is correct, you can research a lot here on site or elsewhere, I am no expert.
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JimL
If a GPA doesn't produce carbon monoxide, then oxygen depletion is the concern.   Either will damage or kill you.  I don't recall a discussion here of anyone having a preference for method of death.   I had my bad experience with a propane catalytic heater many years ago and am lucky to be alive.   Would it really matter to anyone here whether the concern of using one of these in an enclosed space is carbon monoxide or oxygen depletion?

-Jim

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Chucker
Oxygen depletion x2. 
Chuck
"...we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope" Romans 5:3-4
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Dmacp
well, that is why I was asking. I use a Kidde CO detector in my house-(just replaced it too) and have never gotten a CO indication.

But if it was in an airtight room (or tent) and used up the available oxygen the CO2 would be replaced by CO. 
Dan
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Chucker
Dean did a closed room experiment a few years ago complete with monitors/alarms and IIRC the room ran out of oxygen before the alarms went off. 
Chuck
"...we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope" Romans 5:3-4
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"Michigan - from the Ojibwa word “meicigama,” meaning “great water.”
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