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  • Junkyard
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    You could with a regulator but madness from.a cost point and possibly safety

    Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    we have a stove running on them, it gets quicker if you leave it in the sun (not because the gas runs quicker)

    BFITH
    Member

    Cannisters are a lot cheaper than the camping gaz cylinders – I paid 22 pounds for a 2.75kg refil recently…cannisters would surely work out cheaper….

    Junkyard
    Member

    would get about 7 kg from calor for that price

    How much is a canister then and weight

    You would still need a regulator to fit – is th ethread the same as on your larger bottle?

    BFITH
    Member

    £1.25 for 220/250g cannister. I’ve done calor before but theyre just too big and heavy. Would like the option of taking a few of these cannisters in the car and being able to dispose of the cannisters and buy new ones on campsite (or nearest town)…

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    Those Camping Gaz ones come in all shapes and sizes I think – surely some smaller ones?

    hammerite
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    We got a calor bottle as they’re cheaper than Campingaz.

    We also bought a stove that ran off the canisters for travelling light, I don’t think it cost much more than £10-15 for the stove and a stack of canisters (4 or 6 can’t remember). It’s like this, stove not as good as the stove running off Calor, but it does the job.

    BFITH
    Member

    We currently have one of these:

    Running of one of these (heavy and bulky):

    Is it possible to run my stove from these (below)and if so what do i need to convert and are there any pros and cons to swapping over?

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