YELLOWSTONE  GA004  Portable Gas Stove £9.54 @ CPC Farnell
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YELLOWSTONE GA004 Portable Gas Stove £9.54 @ CPC Farnell

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Found 3rd May 2017
The Portable Gas Stove is ideal if you want to cook in your garden or for a variety of occasions such as camping, festivals, picnics and fishing. Easy to use, the gas stove has has a simple and safe automatic piezo electric ignition, adjustable heat control and a built in pressure sensitive safety device. This Portable Gas Stove has been designed to be lightweight, ensuring easy transport.

A compact, portable stove to meet all of your outdoor cooking needs
Adjustable heat control
Built-in pressure sensitive safety device
Simple and safe automatic piezo-electric ignition
Safety locking mechanism for gas cylinder
Lightweight and portable, with a strong carry case
Gas cylinder also available separately
Gas consumption: 150g per hour
Power: 1.9kW
Dimensions (WxHxD): 340x190x290mm

Weight: 1.5kg

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I have absolutely no use for this but strangely want one....
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I have absolutely no use for this but strangely want one....
dwl99

I have absolutely no use for this but strangely want one....


Just in case as you never know.
Did I need one - No, did I order one - of course. The amount of stuff I buy on here I don't need is ridiculous
I used one of these whilst camping. It's surprisingly powerful. It boils up enough water for a brew in a couple of minutes. It's less good for cooking as the flame is quite small and hot. So you need a really good, heavy pan to avoid things burning. But of course the last thing you want to take along is a heavy pan.
AJ92

Just in case as you never know.



y'know end of the world scenario -

zombi crisis - fry brains

ending up on a deserted remote island - with no food + no gas

because you feel like bear grylls & decide to book a hotel near the camping site

you want the hobo experience but don't want to fill a trash bin, light the inside on fire and place a can of beans inside to 'cook'

more daft excuses to come

what kind of gas cartridges do these take and how long do they last?
dwl99

what kind of gas cartridges do these take and how long do they last?


You could just look at the site!
A compact, portable stove to meet all of your outdoor cooking needs
Adjustable heat control
Built-in pressure sensitive safety device
Simple and safe automatic piezo-electric ignition
Safety locking mechanism for gas cylinder
Lightweight and portable, with a strong carry case
Gas cylinder also available separately
Gas consumption: 150g per hour
Power: 1.9kW
Dimensions (WxHxD): 340x190x290mm
Weight: 1.5kg
aajax42

You could just look at the site!A compact, portable stove to meet all of … You could just look at the site!A compact, portable stove to meet all of your outdoor cooking needsAdjustable heat controlBuilt-in pressure sensitive safety deviceSimple and safe automatic piezo-electric ignitionSafety locking mechanism for gas cylinderLightweight and portable, with a strong carry caseGas cylinder also available separatelyGas consumption: 150g per hourPower: 1.9kWDimensions (WxHxD): 340x190x290mmWeight: 1.5kg


I already did that. There isn't any link to cartridges or a note of what size or spec of cartridge it takes.
dwl99

I already did that. There isn't any link to cartridges or a note of what … I already did that. There isn't any link to cartridges or a note of what size or spec of cartridge it takes.


It takes amazon.co.uk/gp/…OLE
satan666wayne

It takes … It takes https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00OLPWHTC/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE


I'm guessing you live in Chichester?
I bet I know somewhere that does it cheaper..... CPC
I've got a similar Campingaz one I picked up for £12 from Go Outdoors last month. They all take the "standard" 220g / 250g isobutane cartridges which you can currently get from Halfords for £1.50 each or 4 for a fiver.

halfords.com/cam…dge
Please be careful with these, they are quite poorly constructed in my opinion. I met a man wrapped from head to toe in bandages, covered in burns. He'd got the gas bottle in wrong, his tent porch had filled with gas and when he pressed the igniter, boom.
1.5kg is portable maybe if you have a car.

If you're hiking, you're much better off just buying a can or lager or a tin of cat food and making your own stove. Just use alcohol as a fuel and you're good to go.

Have a look on youtube for the Supercat stove and the penny can stove.

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/5bnIt3WT_p0/maxresdefault.jpg

https://c2.staticflickr.com/4/3213/2824860127_6e37aacfab_z.jpg
Edited by: "supermann" 4th May 2017
if you ever have a power cut in the house, these are very handy for heating up a quick meal
haslitt

Please be careful with these, they are quite poorly constructed in my … Please be careful with these, they are quite poorly constructed in my opinion. I met a man wrapped from head to toe in bandages, covered in burns. He'd got the gas bottle in wrong, his tent porch had filled with gas and when he pressed the igniter, boom.



Not sure on this one, but the Campingaz one I bought has a little clip that engages in a gap in the collar of the cartridge. If they are not lined up then you can't move the lever on the front which locks the cartridge and allows the gas to flow. The important thing to remember is to not try and force it, if it won't move easily then something is wrong.

The cartidges are self sealing when you remove them so I'd recomend not leaving one in too.
Begize

Not sure on this one, but the Campingaz one I bought has a little clip … Not sure on this one, but the Campingaz one I bought has a little clip that engages in a gap in the collar of the cartridge. If they are not lined up then you can't move the lever on the front which locks the cartridge and allows the gas to flow. The important thing to remember is to not try and force it, if it won't move easily then something is wrong.The cartidges are self sealing when you remove them so I'd recomend not leaving one in too.



I agree. I thought these were foolproof. Apparently not.
Pound Stretcher £8.99, with a pack of 4 gas canisters at £3.99
don't f**k about with gas, get a campingaz one or the like, this looks super flimsy.
fatreg

don't f**k about with gas, get a campingaz one or the like, this looks … don't f**k about with gas, get a campingaz one or the like, this looks super flimsy.



What evidence are you using to say this is flimsy? A photo?
bulkybuy

What evidence are you using to say this is flimsy? A photo?


Yes, hence the "looks"
fatreg

Yes, hence the "looks"



Let me make sure I avoid your reviews and comments in future due to your opinion that a product is 'super flimsy' by seeing a photo of it. Well done....not!! (as my 4 year old would say )
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