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Halfords Portable Gas Stove Was £20.00, Now £10.00 free C&C @ Halfords
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Halfords Portable Gas Stove Was £20.00, Now £10.00 free C&C @ Halfords

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Refreshed 14th Apr (Posted 8th Apr)
4.8 / 5 review snapshot ratings. Comes with a hard shell case for easy transporting.
The Halfords portable gas stove is a light and portable single ring cooker and it comes with an easy carry storage case that protects the cooker while on the move.
Halfords Portable Gas Stove Extra Info
  • Convenient single ring cooker
  • Automatic Piezo flame ignition system - no matches required
  • Easy storage carry case protects the cooker when on the move
  • This stove is suitable for use with pots and pan with a diameter between 8 cm - 20 cm
  • Gas cartridge safety alignment mechanism prevents mis-alignment
  • 2 stage engage system - protects gas supply and disconnects resealable cartridge
  • Use with a Butane push in A4 gas cartridge
  • Cartridge not included
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Thought this was a Linksys router at first
These type of gas camping hobs are usually around a tenner. Not voting either way.
I wouldn't expect to pay any more than this for one of these anyway.
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These type of gas camping hobs are usually around a tenner. Not voting either way.
Nice find @ZanyAngel . We bought it during our kitchen refurbishment...Used it regularly for few weeks and it was perfect. Thank you for posting
I wouldn't expect to pay any more than this for one of these anyway.
apur3226 m ago

Nice find @ZanyAngel . We bought it during our kitchen …Nice find @ZanyAngel . We bought it during our kitchen refurbishment...Used it regularly for few weeks and it was perfect. Thank you for posting


Thanks apur Good afternoon to you.
burgo128 m ago

These type of gas camping hobs are usually around a tenner. Not voting …These type of gas camping hobs are usually around a tenner. Not voting either way.



gtruman00725 m ago

I wouldn't expect to pay any more than this for one of these anyway.


Always best to wait till these are reduced in price. Now is a good time to get one
Good price, decent stove.
Thought this was a Linksys router at first
td0s5 m ago

Thought this was a Linksys router at first


td0s08/04/2019 17:55

Thought this was a Linksys router at first



You've got to get outdoors more
xdaminis08/04/2019 18:30

You've got to get outdoors more


Maybe this is just the thing, is it dual band?
Are these ok?? We purchased something similar and used it in our camper for a weekend away a couple of years ago, but we were both ill after the Holiday..

Tbf, we go rid of the camper..
gtruman0074 h, 28 m ago

I wouldn't expect to pay any more than this for one of these anyway.



Over £20 in Argos, good price here.
Good find, have some heat.
Digger-SCFC45 s ago

Good find, have some heat.


Thanks Digger-SCFC
Fugazy08/04/2019 19:02

Are these ok?? We purchased something similar and used it in our camper …Are these ok?? We purchased something similar and used it in our camper for a weekend away a couple of years ago, but we were both ill after the Holiday.. Tbf, we go rid of the camper..


Sorry about your food poisoning
td0s3 h, 51 m ago

Maybe this is just the thing, is it dual band?



Sorry just single burner. But if you put 2 together, you might get a dual fuel effect.
ZanyAngel08/04/2019 21:39

Sorry about your food poisoning


No i don't think it was food poisoning, i think it was to do with using the gas in the camper and the fumes got us
Fugazy15 m ago

No i don't think it was food poisoning, i think it was to do with using …No i don't think it was food poisoning, i think it was to do with using the gas in the camper and the fumes got us


Either way, being ill isn't nice. Sorry about that.
Fugazy8th Apr

Are these ok?? We purchased something similar and used it in our camper …Are these ok?? We purchased something similar and used it in our camper for a weekend away a couple of years ago, but we were both ill after the Holiday.. Tbf, we go rid of the camper..


I think they are okay for one person. But they rely on small gas canisters that run out with little use. Better off getting a double ringed version and a bigger camping gas can.
Portable if you put it in the car I guess.

If you really want a portable stove you'd be much better off going for something like the msr pocket rocket or something similar, that said you'll have to carry around a canister once it's finished and it's difficult to tell when it's going to run out.

Better off with denatured alcohol as a fuel really, just not as easy to use.
I have one of these and it’s pretty good for camping. Used several times over the last 3 summers.
supermann1 h, 8 m ago

Portable if you put it in the car I guess. If you really want a portable …Portable if you put it in the car I guess. If you really want a portable stove you'd be much better off going for something like the msr pocket rocket or something similar, that said you'll have to carry around a canister once it's finished and it's difficult to tell when it's going to run out.Better off with denatured alcohol as a fuel really, just not as easy to use.


Helpful info, Thanks!
Fugazy8 h, 25 m ago

No i don't think it was food poisoning, i think it was to do with using …No i don't think it was food poisoning, i think it was to do with using the gas in the camper and the fumes got us


You know you all could have been killed right?. :-(

Best not advisable to repeat that 'exercise' in any way, in the future like ...
td0s8th Apr

Thought this was a Linksys router at first


Hahahaha
If there's any hint of a breeze then these take an age to cook anything or boil water.
They are OK for the price and the canisters are widely available and cheap.
I have one and it looks terrific build quality for the money, and when its working its fantastic!
But the flame seems to die down when the gas canisters still seem half full. No idea if its the design of the burner or the canisters.
I used to work at Halford's and most of there 'deals' are when they have an item up for about 2 weeks at original some price and then reduce it so they can say it 'was' £xxx. Which is technically true
lifesoordinary11/04/2019 16:49

I used to work at Halford's and most of there 'deals' are when they have …I used to work at Halford's and most of there 'deals' are when they have an item up for about 2 weeks at original some price and then reduce it so they can say it 'was' £xxx. Which is technically true


Alot of retailers do the same,
Looks a generic and they are all built by the same company...I bought one that looks the same from Aldi for 5 quid... So this is not much of a deal.
There's loads of these under different brand names but more or less identical, £10 - £12 is the usual average price, places like Go Outdoors have them on pretty much constant sale at that price point so this is an OK deal, but not brilliant. I picked up a "genuine" Camping Gaz variant for £8 a few years ago and I've seen them at £6 since. As other people have said, Aldi have sold them cheaper in the past and probably will again this year during one of their camping events which should be along any day now!

As a stove, great for festivals as it's very light and portable and takes the small butane gas cartridges. One cartridge will probably last a three day festival easily but always good to have a spare. Halfords often do the Camping Gaz ones for £5 for 4 so I stock up when they do but they are easily available for less than couple of quid each. There are some "dual fuel " versions which have an adaptor to use with butane / propane gas cylinders so they work better in lower temperatures (butane on it's own doesn't burn brilliantly when it's very cold), but they are fine for a typical UK spring / summer. If you need a dual fuel option, then you are probably a more serious camper and better going for something different anyway.

These do give off carbon monoxide when burning, so don't use in a tent or camper etc without ventilation. I use mine outside with a little portable metal windshield thing around which I picked up for a few quid on eBay.
I have few queries on the usage of this portable

is it not electric, how to use gas catridge, where to buy gas catridge..is it safe to carry gas catridges...how much weight
I know the vast majority will already know this, but do not, I repeat DO NOT use these indoors in a house / campervan / tent that is not very well ventilated. Unless you want to poison yourself with carbon monoxide.

telegraph.co.uk/tra…ng/
Edited by: "Sir-Bargain-A-Lot" 20th May
Never been £20, always round £10.. bloated price to attract custom..
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Absolutely on the money, sometimes cost a little more, depending on how close to "festival" season you are, but that's pretty much what they cost everywhere else (except Argos it seems)

As far as gas is concerned, B&M always seem to stock the cheapest round my way

And *ALWAYS* use in a well ventilated space, or you could "wake up dead one morning", as my grandad used to say
haisrisri6 h, 8 m ago

I have few queries on the usage of this portableis it not electric, how to …I have few queries on the usage of this portableis it not electric, how to use gas catridge, where to buy gas catridge..is it safe to carry gas catridges...how much weight



To answer your questions

No, it's not
You put the cartridge in the little compartment on one side and pull a lever
Lots of places, eBay, Amazon, Go Outdoors, Decathlon, Halfords etc
Yes, it is
About 2kg with a cartridge, 1.5kg without
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