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Butane / Propane / Patio gas bottles FULL Cylinders delivered from £11.99 @ GasDealDirect
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Butane / Propane / Patio gas bottles FULL Cylinders delivered from £11.99 @ GasDealDirect
Posted 23rd Oct 2014

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Full Cylinders Delivered within UK FREE

NO deposit or empty required on most*

Propane 3.9 kg £11.99
Propane 6 kg £12.99
Propane 11 kg £21.98*
Propane 19 kg £27.99
Propane 47 kg £58.99

Butane 4.5 kg £15.99
Butane 7 kg £16.99*
Butane 13 kg £22.98

Patio 11 kg £22.98*

* empty or deposit required
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Regulators available from them also ; as seen here from £8.99.


Just in time for BBQ season!
£21.98 for 11kg are they mad, i use them in a heater in shed and local coal/oil place has them for £18
Unclegeorge

£21.98 for 11kg are they mad, i use them in a heater in shed and local … £21.98 for 11kg are they mad, i use them in a heater in shed and local coal/oil place has them for £18



£18 for full cylinder with no deposit ?



Darwa

Just in time for BBQ season!



...or gas heaters X)
Price goes up to £52.98 on the patio gas if you dont have an empty...
pegmosaic

Price goes up to £52.98 on the patio gas if you dont have an empty...



My bad, post now edited to reflect those that require empty or deposit.
does it have to be a flogas empty? I have a calorgas patio gas empty.

p.s. BBQ season is still on-going in our house, had a gas BBQ farm shop sausages for lunch and charcoal cooked farm chicken for dinner!
Are they FULL?
Full means err Full. Used before good service and value
Does this come with any accessories? *wink* *wink*
good customer service, got delivered very quick last week.
Same prices (well, for the first I checked) from alfrescogas.
Their ebay - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261618704084
No empties needed for propane/butane when I've got it.
jiggerypokery

does it have to be a flogas empty? I have a calorgas patio gas empty. … does it have to be a flogas empty? I have a calorgas patio gas empty. p.s. BBQ season is still on-going in our house, had a gas BBQ farm shop sausages for lunch and charcoal cooked farm chicken for dinner!



I think it has to be a FloGas empty.
trickytree1984

Are they FULL?



Yes, cylinders are full of your chosen gas.

Possibly your asking in CAPS as I have stated 'full' in the title in caps, previous thread several months ago saw multiple queries asking it it was full or empty cylinders, so for the removal of doubt I have stated 'FULL' in the title.
Edited by: "andynicol" 23rd Oct 2014
Sorry cold from me as I pay 52 for 47kg
stevehaley

Sorry cold from me as I pay 52 for 47kg



No need to apologise, a link to the cheaper supplier would help folks though.......;)
I used them back in June...got a 6kg very quickly, wanted another but out of stock ever since. I think they are part of a Flo Gas "loss leader" marketing scheme....However if they have the cylinder you want why not?
eddyboi

Does this come with any accessories? *wink* *wink*



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Could I use this to fill up my Car, which runs on LPG?

I believe 47KG of Propane will give 80 ltrs, this works out at 73p a litre that's not really cheaper though, unless ive got my sums wrong?
quadnas

Could I use this to fill up my Car, which runs on LPG?I believe 47KG of … Could I use this to fill up my Car, which runs on LPG?I believe 47KG of Propane will give 80 ltrs, this works out at 73p a litre that's not really cheaper though, unless ive got my sums wrong?



"Can I use this in my car? Because I wont due to it being too expensive anyway"
stevehaley

Sorry cold from me as I pay 52 for 47kg

So, why bother to mention ,vote a good deal cold & then not bother to tell us where you get at this price ??
Nor very community spirited, is it oO
As far as I know;
You could transfer some/most of this to a car with the right connections.
These tanks won't directly run a car because car tanks have the feed from the bottom, while these have the feed from the top.

You can buy refillable tanks which can be filled from petrol stations, but for the price of the tank, you've got to get through a lot of gas for it to be economical.
You can also bodge up a refilling system for existing canisters, but you've got to be really careful not to overfill it, which can lead to VERY nasty consequences.
andynicol

No need to apologise, a link to the cheaper supplier would help folks … No need to apologise, a link to the cheaper supplier would help folks though.......;)



Local Calor gas supplier/distributor
stevehaley

Local Calor gas supplier/distributor



A name/location would be helpful .......?
ideal for making like the A team and building a flame thrower for the post ebola zombie apocalypse
Edited by: "speculatrix" 26th Oct 2014
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