Campingaz CV 300/470 Plus Easy-Clic Gas Cartridge, for Camping Stoves, Compact and Resealable Canister

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Campingaz CV 300/470 Plus Easy-Clic Gas Cartridge, for Camping Stoves, Compact and Resealable Canister

Campingaz CV 300/470 Plus Easy-Clic Gas Cartridge, for Camping Stoves, Compact and Resealable Canister

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Remember, if you empty a gas canister in a bothy, pack it out please, ideally accompanied by some previously abandoned rubbish too. I’ve bought a Campingaz Camping Chef folding stove and i bought the appropriate regulator to go with it. Some stoves have a “pre heat tube” that means the stove still works with the canister turned upside down, which means it works better in the cold. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item.

They’re mostly just mentioned here to highlight another type of canister that might otherwise confuse. These adapters do open up purchase choices for canisters and across the length of Scotland they can potentially enable abandoned part-used or full canisters in bunkhouses and bothies to be used. A cap must be used to protect the fittings on the bayonet type canister as these will leak gas if depressed. All I can say is that the link I provided is the actual seller from where I purchased mine and the adapter I have shown is the one that was sent to me, if some time ago. Even fewer knew that there are several dual fuel stoves and handy little adaptors you can get for your camping stove that will allow it to use any type of gas.Some will have packed in a Campingaz stove or, less often, something to hook up to a large and heavy dark green propane bottle weighing a kilogram or so.

Plus, I’ve included details of some little known adaptors that will allow you to use any gas cylinder on your camping stove and three stoves that will take more than type of canister.However, if you’re travelling through different countries or out in the middle of nowhere, you can’t always find screw-on gas canisters. Hi Tim, I have an old Campingaz heater that uses the pierceable canisters that are hard to find in Canada.

Anyone know of a base fkr screw on burners that allows a screw on canister to be used remotely rather than have the burner screwed directly to the top of a canister? Normally when I camp/hunt/hike, I like to pack really light (for obvious reasons) and the Primus Omnifuel is my companion. None of these are of much use to any backpacker passing through as most stoves will not connect to them and they gather cobwebs for months. The nature of the burner is totally unrelated to camping stoves, BUT the setup comes with a burner from Germany and requires pierceable gas canisters. If it has a screw-type lindal connector then it can be connected to a remote stove with no need for an adapter.The fuel lead to the Spider is quite long so will reach the extended height of a propane canister with adapter attached. Three Points of the Compass dives into the history of a post box originally destined for overseas but instead found its way on to British streets. Equipped with a high security self-sealing valve, that can be easily disconnected and reconnected even when not empty. There may be something available on AliExpress or similar but I have no experience of an adapter if there is.

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