Where can I get a refill for one of these???
Tried the Campingaz website and called stockists near me (Wirral) several of them had never heard of Campingaz and where clearly not stockists!!! One other had no stock.
Any stockists near by??Posted 3 months ago
Go outdoors, just outside chester.
Cheers @gingerbllr but they seemed confused then told me they did various small canisters but not refills of the larger 907 (or any refills actually)Posted 3 months ago
If you’ve got bigger campsites / holiday parks nearby, worth calling them – lots keep them in stock. They’re not refilled but exchanged.Posted 3 months ago
Cheers Simon. yes I have a nearly empty 907 although it has lasted me so long I am looking at getting the 904 or even the 901 as it will take up less space in my van and we will only use if occasionally as we cook in the awning.Posted 3 months ago
It is the exchange/refill I am looking for.
Try the caravan and motorhome site at Thurstaston, they may have them to exchange.Posted 3 months ago
Your local gas supplier might do it.
Campingaz have their own website, it should point you in the right direction.Posted 3 months ago
Most Calor gas dealers stock it check on their site for your nearest stockist.Posted 3 months ago
It does say on their website for Wirral Country Park site that they stock gas, but not which ones.
01516 485228.Posted 3 months ago
We did our last exchange at a campsite and many do carry stocks.
Looking at picking up a Calor regulator as that seems a shade easier to find in some areas and you can get slightly bigger bottles.Posted 3 months ago
I’d go the whole hog and change to propane, Camping gaz is silly expensive compared to calor and propane still works when its cold.Posted 3 months ago
I thought the 907 canisters were the most overpriced things, ever!Posted 3 months ago
I thought the 907 canisters were the most overpriced things, ever
nah thats the robbery that is “gaslite” (flogas)
campingaz only advantage is that they can be found on the continent easily where as with calor – no chance – other than that – fairly expensive way to do things but for the OP he clearly isnt using much gas so probably not a concern.Posted 3 months ago
my local Cotswolds outdoor do refills – but not all do ….. so worth checking – many camping shops will carry them – or certainly used to when i had a twin burner camping stove that used them.Posted 3 months ago
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