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    That's a really good deal. Never seen that website before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spigot View Post
    Just filled up with LPG on the Edinburgh bye-pass at 61.9 per litre,
    More than I usually pay but I'm not sure of the availability here in Scotland.
    Last year I paid 10p less, but I can't find the bloody place.
    I have a couple on my phone locations and prices

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoTTyBEEE View Post
    That's a really good deal. Never seen that website before.
    Best check the reviews on there loads not good and waited for delivery for ages!

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    Camping-gaz is a terrible rip-off, I was exchanging 907s in Morocco for less than 1.
    I refill my 907s from an exterior filler point on the back of my car, 2 at a time costs 6.15.
    Before anyone complains about law breaking. Unlike Calor where the bottles belong to the company & are rented out, with Camping- gaz the cylinders are bought outright so you can do what you like with them.
    I got this idea from a sailing forum.
    Yachties don't like being ripped off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spigot View Post
    Camping-gaz is a terrible rip-off, I was exchanging 907s in Morocco for less than 1.
    I refill my 907s from an exterior filler point on the back of my car, 2 at a time costs 6.15.
    Before anyone complains about law breaking. Unlike Calor where the bottles belong to the company & are rented out, with Camping- gaz the cylinders are bought outright so you can do what you like with them.
    I got this idea from a sailing forum.
    Yachties don't like being ripped off.
    what you mean like these. hee hee
    eOceanic - Refilling butane gas bottles when your cylinder is not compatible with the local standard
    and you wouldnt want to buy one of those lpg bottle filler adaptors on e bay would we.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mickymost View Post
    Best check the reviews on there loads not good and waited for delivery for ages!
    Agreed delivery can be a bit hit or miss but these are delivered to your address.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrow View Post
    Agreed delivery can be a bit hit or miss but these are delivered to your address.

    i found out flogas deliver for them round here . so i go to flogas and ask for the right price.
    mind they know me the depot is at the end of my road.

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    If you have a tank or refillable, you can top up, so no wasted gas or running out. And it is usually around 55p to 65p per litre, or 1.10 to 1.30 per KG.
    I thought that was about half the price of bottled gas, but it seems it's more like a quarter of the price. Or less than a tenth of the price of Camping Gaz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoTTyBEEE View Post
    I tell you what else is annoying. I was looking how the Americans deal with propane. You know our refillable gaslows etc that cost 150 for 11kg odd? Well in the US every gas canister sold for the past 10 years or so has to have the 80% safety cutoff. Price for an equivalent tank there(9kg), $30 Shop BernzOmatic 20-lb Propane Tank at Lowes.com

    Refill, $9.99 at costco (normally $15-20 though) Costco: Propane Refills (20lbs) are $9.99 at Many Locations - RedFlagDeals.com

    Talk about getting royaly done over in this country.
    That's about the same price as autogas in this country.

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