10% OFF 11kg Patio Gas Cylinder - £20.69 delivered @ Gasdeal
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10% OFF 11kg Patio Gas Cylinder - £20.69 delivered @ Gasdeal

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Found 22nd Aug 2017
Already good value propane patio gas, with an additional 10% off this week!

(unfortunately I already purchased one last week without 10% off)
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Shame they want almost £30 for the cylinder as I don't have an empty one.
inoxx6 m ago

Shame they want almost £30 for the cylinder as I don't have an empty one.


If you say you have an empty, and don't supply it, you *may* get away with it. That's what I did twice last year, although now they might be more strict about it... others may know from more recent experience.
Slightly better than Go Outdoors who do 13kg for £25
Edited by: "qwales" 22nd Aug 2017
why do people use patio gas? It's propane. you can get propane canisters from gasdeal for cheaper - much better value.
chamelion1 h, 0 m ago

why do people use patio gas? It's propane. you can get propane canisters …why do people use patio gas? It's propane. you can get propane canisters from gasdeal for cheaper - much better value.

Personally I use leisure gas cylinders because the regulator supplied with the bbq matched. Figured the payback on buying a different regulator was too little to worry about given an 11kg cylinder last us 3 years

Clip on regulators are also quite good if you've got to move kit around or share a bottle between bbq, heater etc
chamelion1 h, 9 m ago

why do people use patio gas? It's propane. you can get propane canisters …why do people use patio gas? It's propane. you can get propane canisters from gasdeal for cheaper - much better value.


Usually because that is the one that will fit their regulator. I know you can buy a screw on 37mbar to fit the industrial propane cylinders but they are not as user friendly. Also the screw gas release valve on the industrial propane cylinders is no where near as safe as the clip as it can be left open even when no regulator is attached.

Having said that I have both - I am currently ploughing through a 19kg propane that i got for £20 last year from gasdeal, and I simply switch regulators when I revert back to the patio gas.
glxman3 h, 14 m ago

Usually because that is the one that will fit their regulator. I know you …Usually because that is the one that will fit their regulator. I know you can buy a screw on 37mbar to fit the industrial propane cylinders but they are not as user friendly. Also the screw gas release valve on the industrial propane cylinders is no where near as safe as the clip as it can be left open even when no regulator is attached.Having said that I have both - I am currently ploughing through a 19kg propane that i got for £20 last year from gasdeal, and I simply switch regulators when I revert back to the patio gas.



How do you plough through a propane gas cylinder? lol
glxman22nd Aug

If you say you have an empty, and don't supply it, you *may* get away with …If you say you have an empty, and don't supply it, you *may* get away with it. That's what I did twice last year, although now they might be more strict about it... others may know from more recent experience.


Anybody know if this works? I want 4 bottles.
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