spanish gas bottle

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  1. bevo

    bevo Read Only Funster

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    just bought a cepsa gas bottle at the car boot for 10 euros ( it looks like a beer keg and is made of alloy).
    got a refill at the local supermarket for 12 euros, and bought a regulator for 8 euros.
    so for 30 euros i have a full gas bottle which i can exchange all over spain.
    seems reasonable to me, and i know i won't run out of gas whilst here.
     
  2. chesterfield hooligan

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    Hi and well done if you look at a market sometime's you will see a trader selling gass at
    €10.5 from a lorry, a lot of the locals buy it this way.
     
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    Hi
    You have done well. If you go direct to a Cepsa depot you can buy a full bottle for 11.05 euros you will need a campsite invoice and passport then no deposit on bottle required
    Wanderer
     
  4. Peter James

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    I got camping gas 907 exchange cylinders from the big hardware store in Albir for 10.7 €uros - I normally pay £19 at Brownhills Newark. But the Spanish ones did not have the Camping Gaz seal on so were presumably refilled locally. The Spanish gas seems to work better than Camping Gaz at low temperatures. But the full cylinders weigh about a pound lighter than the genuine ones from Brownhills.
     
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