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19Kg Propane Gas Cylinder @ gasdeal.co.uk - £29.99

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19kg Propane gas cylinder with free delivery and no empty bottle required for exchange! very good service! used them myself before FREE DELIVERY NOW EWEN CHEPER ON OCTOBER SALE 21.99 Read More
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8m, 5d agoFound 8 months, 5 days ago
19kg Propane gas cylinder with free delivery and no empty bottle required for exchange!

very good service! used them myself before

FREE DELIVERY
NOW EWEN CHEPER ON OCTOBER SALE 21.99
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1 Like #1
Used to my use local depot of Flo gas. Ordered from this bunch, delivered by
my local depot of Flo gas,
Only it was cheaper - result.
1 Like #2
Agree with comments re:Flo Gas good service and good price HOT!
#3
recommend this got a tank my self a few months ago delivered buy flo gas heating added
#4
flo gas is charging 23.99 cylinder non-returns charge!
1 Like #5
maybe a dumb question but is this for the cylinder alone or does it come with gas?
1 Like #6
Nexustar
maybe a dumb question but is this for the cylinder alone or does it come with gas?


its for cylinder full of Propane gas :D
#7
is there any sort of indicator/method to see whats left in these? only experience I have of propane bottles is the ones from homebase which you can see the liquid gas level of, they are about this price for 10kg for a REFILL.
#8
I currently have a 13kg Calor Patio gas canister for the BBQ that has ran out. I assume the Flowgas 19Kg canister will be a suitable replacement and work exactly the same, same gas, same connector?
#9
That's cheap.
Actually too cheap.
check carefully.
1 Like #10
iambigred
I currently have a 13kg Calor Patio gas canister for the BBQ that has ran out. I assume the Flowgas 19Kg canister will be a suitable replacement and work exactly the same, same gas, same connector?

Patio gas is a con. its in an odd shaped container and a different valve fitting on it.,
I always thought it was butane in a patio gas bottle tho.
1 Like #11
It's all legit, I bought one 2 weeks ago. Uses a different regulator to my last patio gas cylinder, but only cost a few quid on ebay. Total bargain - the next size down forces you to exchange an old cylinder, so if you don't have one it's far more expensive!
#12
Nexustar
maybe a dumb question but is this for the cylinder alone or does it come with gas?

If it didn't come with gas what would you be using the cylinder for?
#13
Meh, its cheaper elsewhere for me.
Anyone in the Swansea/South Wales area looking for Gas :-
http://www.supaheatlocal.co.uk/products/bottled-gas/
#14
iambigred
I currently have a 13kg Calor Patio gas canister for the BBQ that has ran out. I assume the Flowgas 19Kg canister will be a suitable replacement and work exactly the same, same gas, same connector?

No, but you can change the connector on your BBQ - some GAS BBQ will take either type of gas. My Weber does.

Edited By: bojangles on Sep 24, 2016 14:30
#15
Been using gasdeal for the last 2 winters. Great service
#16
iambigred
I currently have a 13kg Calor Patio gas canister for the BBQ that has ran out. I assume the Flowgas 19Kg canister will be a suitable replacement and work exactly the same, same gas, same connector?


Youd be better off changing the regulator on your appliance to a one suited to butane and using the cheaper butane bottles
#17
I got one of these 19kg cylinders thanks to a previous gasdeal post on here some time ago, still going strong on my gas BBQ. Ordered Thursday evening and got Monday. Asked if I had an exchange bottle, which I didn't, it wasn't a problem and didn't cost me any more. Far cheaper than paying a deposit etc. I had tried to get an empty from my local tip to exchange but they wouldn't let be have or pay for one as it's not allowed.
Only negative comments on previous deal was lack of info on when it would be delivered and if not in they didn't you had to wait for another delivery, that may have changed now.
1 Like #18
Thanks OP. Site saved in my favourites folder. :)
#19
thanks op , need a 47kg , usually order from flogas , be interesting how the price compares
and if they'll price match
1 Like #20
http://i.imgur.com/b5881le.jpg
#21
Got a couple for 5th November, so the night can go with a bang.
#22
LocoMoFo9999
Got a couple for 5th November, so the night can go with a bang.

You're not supposed to chuck them on the bonfire!
2 Likes #23
pfpf
is there any sort of indicator/method to see whats left in these? only experience I have of propane bottles is the ones from homebase which you can see the liquid gas level of, they are about this price for 10kg for a REFILL.
Pour boiling water over the cylinder so it runs down all over then run your hand down the sides. Then run your hand over it. It'll be cooler above the level of gas inside.
2 Likes #24
Magister
LocoMoFo9999
Got a couple for 5th November, so the night can go with a bang.
You're not supposed to chuck them on the bonfire!

Maybe I will just blow the doors off.
#25
13kg delivered from local supplier £19.50
#26
fishmaster
Nexustar
maybe a dumb question but is this for the cylinder alone or does it come with gas?
If it didn't come with gas what would you be using the cylinder for?

Dont be mean he might be an Millennial.
#27
bojangles
Meh, its cheaper elsewhere for me.
Anyone in the Swansea/South Wales area looking for Gas :-
http://www.supaheatlocal.co.uk/products/bottled-gas/


brilliant. Just down the road and been looking for one (for next summers bbq!) so thanks for the info ;)
#28
I don't know what they are for, but I want one
#29
If propane gas is in the red bottles can someone remind me which gas is in the blue bottles? As the regulators are also different , can you swap regulator and bottle?
#31
Proveright
If propane gas is in the red bottles can someone remind me which gas is in the blue bottles? As the regulators are also different , can you swap regulator and bottle?

Butane

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