CalorLite..Arm & a Leg ....

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  1. Larrynwin

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    6kg Calor Lite refill £23.25..... Strewth that's a rip off :Eeek::Eeek:
    = £2.09lt when lpg at pumps is as low as .55 p lt .
     
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    yes, but you are paying for the great service.. :whistle:
     
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    Psst,Wanna buy a fill adapter.:whistle:
     
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    :rolleyes::RollEyes: They didnt even fit it for me ;)
     
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    When I get my next van its an underslung tank I think .
     
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    Wow - at that rate you could save over £60 every time you fill up a twin 11kg Gaslow (or similar) system. It would pay for itself after about 10 fillings.
     
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    24p in zeebrugge :D
     
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    Only paid £26 for a 13kg yesterday, seems a bit steep
     
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    Btw this was from the Calor depot in Norwich .
     
  10. Ivory55

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    Go out doors Norwich is cheaper, we use them when going to Norwich. Got an extra bottle for when we go there.
     
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    Ta(y)
     
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    I have a couple of full calorlite in my shed, offers?. Collection from Eastbourne.
     
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    We went the Gas-it route and don't regret it for a minute. 11kgs empty to full. image.jpg
     
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    Couldn't have been empty then .11kg holds about 22 litres
     
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    OK I will bow to you expert knowledge I was going off the gauge, £10.32.
     
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    Which just goes to show.....the gauge is an unreliable waste of time.
     
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    I have a separate remote guage for each 11kg cylinder. They are pretty inaccurate. If it reads anything other than full, then its not full. That's about all you can rely on.
     
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    Yes it seems so, thanks for putting me right.
     
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