Portable Gas Heater was £16.99 now £4.99 @ B&M Stores
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Portable Gas Heater was £16.99 now £4.99 @ B&M Stores

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Found 23rd Aug 2016Made hot 23rd Aug 2016
Popped into B&M yesterday for a few bits and saw these for cheapness and couldn't resist getting one. Use in a well ventilated area due to carbon monoxide build up!

The portable gas heater is ideal for camping, caravanning, boating and at home.

Compact and light to carry with tough enamel finish with 1.2 KW output burner.

Features:

Compact and light to carryTough enamel finish1.2 KW output ceramic burnerSwivel body for directional heatClip in gas canisterThis heater shall only be used with a MSF 1A butane cartridge

Available colours: Blue, Red

Gas cartridges also available (not included).

For domestic use only.

11 Comments

MSF 1a cartridge is the same as a standard cp250 I think?

Derek_Duval

MSF 1a cartridge is the same as a standard cp250 I think?


yap i guess, usually we says MSF 1a (which also means cp250).

You'd be lucky to get one. I rang a few stores and all out of stock.

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Kammykay

You'd be lucky to get one. I rang a few stores and all out of stock.



​Bedford had stock yesterday, not many though, about 6, minus the one I bought.

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​Bedford had stock yesterday, not many though, about 6, minus the one I b … ​Bedford had stock yesterday, not many though, about 6, minus the one I bought.



Bit too far from Manchester lol

Edinburgh Seafield Road had 1 left.

Heat from me, but make sure you buy canisters that have the CRV (Countersink Release Vent) safety system!!! B&M link is a good one.

CRV is a Butane can 'safety feature' that allows gas to vent through the perforations in the can rim when extreme heat or pressure is too much. Non CRV cans will exploded with damaging results. CRV approved cans are identified by their certification marked on the can and packaging (certification and compliance of either EN417 or UL147B) they also have a light blue colour rim.

How many hours does a can last with this heater?

Use in a well ventilated area...ideal for camping/caravanning? Interesting...

None in my two again!
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