Halfords portable gas stove £8.  Free c&c.  Camping chairs now £6
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Halfords portable gas stove £8. Free c&c. Camping chairs now £6

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Refreshed 25th Aug (Posted 7th Aug)
Back down to £8, free c&c to store

chairs £6, green and navy

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Great wee stove, gas cartridges as cheap as chips..literally

Boiling hot
From the pic I thought it was a great price for a record player!
Portable gas cooker and a portable gas light live under my kitchen sink along with a bunch of cartridges and candles. I've never used them but hot food and light to last a week or so are a basic contingency, along with bottled drinking water.
Ordered a chair. Thanks. Was only talking the weekend about getting one
Hot(!) - I just bought a couple of identical-looking Campingaz-branded stoves for £10 each on Amazon. I didn't even think of looking on Halfords!
Camping right now and using one. Quality.
Remember and get the toaster adapter for it from home bargains !
esq35854 h, 26 m ago

Remember and get the toaster adapter for it from home bargains !


I bought that toaster adapter, yet to use it (fits under the cooker in its carry case which is handy).

Roll on the Brexit Apocalypse, we've got you covered
We used a couple of these when I ripped out our kitchen. Surprisingly adequate and the fast lasts ages and available cheap in b&m. Bargain heat added
I bought one of these a few weeks ago and had to return it after a single use because the cast aluminium burner melted itself somehow. Halfords refunded it without question and were very apologetic but it put me off getting a replacement. I bought one elsewhere and the burner design was a bit different, no problems so far. I'm sure it was probably a one off but i thought it was worth mentioning to people thinking of buying one.
Spent ages looking at expensive double gas burners with grills, some were over £100. Took a punt and got two of these instead. I can't fault them, used them a few times now. The cartridges are cheap aswell, can usually get 4 for a £5. I can cook 4-5 meals per cartridge including boiling a kettle
The cartridges were 4 for £5 (branded Campingaz) in store (Halfords) on Saturday.
Edited by: "jjBlinky" 8th Aug
I don’t understand the Halfords website. I’m trying to order some stuff from the camping sale but hardly anything is available for delivery. What’s the point of a website if I can’t buy stuff online? I’m guessing they don’t want to show it as OOS but all it’s doing is annoying me when I get to checkout and can’t have the things in my basket as they’re also not available in store near me.
Just collected it thanks!
Baldieman6419 h, 30 m ago

Portable gas cooker and a portable gas light live under my kitchen sink …Portable gas cooker and a portable gas light live under my kitchen sink along with a bunch of cartridges and candles. I've never used them but hot food and light to last a week or so are a basic contingency, along with bottled drinking water.


Better hope your sink never leaks, or you'll wreck most of that!
Just picked up one of the stoves, much cheaper than Go Outdoors. Thanks OP
Arbk667th Aug

Great wee stove, gas cartridges as cheap as chips..literally Boiling hot …Great wee stove, gas cartridges as cheap as chips..literally Boiling hot


Litera
Edited by: "ELVIS_THE_PELVIS" 8th Aug
Don't get the gas cannisters for the stove from there as £2 is a lot for 1. You can get 4 for £3.48 in Asda at the moment.
If these are the push on gas canisters then keep an eye out for b&m when they do their clear out of camping goods. I got a load of packs of 4 for some5hing ridiculous like 50p for 4.
If you want a BBQ in this style, there is an outback one at Homebase for £20 at the moment. Yes its more expensive but it allows you to BBQ and use it as a Stove + has griddle plate with it.

Will say I haven't used it yet, but looks from Youtube it will be ok, handy for the beach!
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Edited by: "Mikiex" 25th Aug
The chairs are getting rubbish reviews.
Baldieman647th Aug

Portable gas cooker and a portable gas light live under my kitchen sink …Portable gas cooker and a portable gas light live under my kitchen sink along with a bunch of cartridges and candles. I've never used them but hot food and light to last a week or so are a basic contingency, along with bottled drinking water.


someone preparing for a no deal brexit....
Edited by: "saintagnes" 26th Aug
Get good gas not cheep. I find the cheep cans are not compressed properly so you only use half the gas.
saintagnes22 h, 41 m ago

someone preparing for a no deal brexit....



Someone old enough to remember blackouts and who recognises that without electricity, their home has no heating, lighting, cooking or hot water. I simply think it prudent to maintain a contingency option in the event of an interruption to the power supply. I also keep enough drinking water for a couple of weeks on hand .
Baldieman648 h, 24 m ago

Someone old enough to remember blackouts and who recognises that without …Someone old enough to remember blackouts and who recognises that without electricity, their home has no heating, lighting, cooking or hot water. I simply think it prudent to maintain a contingency option in the event of an interruption to the power supply. I also keep enough drinking water for a couple of weeks on hand .


Lol, I also remember the Winter of Discontent....as a boy I thought it was fantastic. Paraffin everywhere. Torches, sandwiches, paraffin cookers, hurricane lamps.

Hope for the best and prep for the worst. Not a bad philosophy to live by!
saintagnes6 h, 5 m ago

Lol, I also remember the Winter of Discontent....as a boy I thought it was …Lol, I also remember the Winter of Discontent....as a boy I thought it was fantastic. Paraffin everywhere. Torches, sandwiches, paraffin cookers, hurricane lamps. Hope for the best and prep for the worst. Not a bad philosophy to live by!



I prefer to think in terms of sensible contingency planning rather than prepping. Silly Americans have given the whole "prepping" concept bad press but there are plenty of situations where the ability to live without mains services or access to a shop for a few days could make the difference between being comfortable and being miserable.
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