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  1. Beep33

    Beep33 Read Only Funster

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    Hello and help please

    I have signed up because I need info on the relative costs of exchangable verses refillable gas bottles. Where do I start?
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  2. tonyidle

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    Just go for the refillable type - the difference in cost is substantial and you don't have to move the bottles. You will not regret it. Search "Gaslow" on this forum for more information.
     
  3. Brisey

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    Hi Beep33, welcome to MotorhomeFun.:thumb:
    In my opinion, Gaslow is the way to go.
    Plenty of information on here if you do a search.
     
  4. Ali n Tim

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    Hi Beep33

    Would also recommend the refillable gas system. Well worth the money :thumb:

    We went with Autogas 2000 (advert down on the left). Brilliant service.

    Also :welcomefunster: :BigGrin:
     
  5. Wombles

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    We have Gaslow but Gas It is another option & gets good reviews on here.
     
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    Cookiedoodle Read Only Funster

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    Just to show non bias I have the Gasit system (identical to Gaslow except red cylinders and far cheaper) which I installed myself...as easy as changing an exchange cylinder. Got a single 11kg cylinder and now have room in the locker for my Cadac BBQ.

    Well worth the initial outlay, it will pay for itself in the long run whichever you choose.
     
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    hi and :welcomefunster:gas low go for it :thumb:
     
  8. Wombles

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    If you want a bottle/system fitted for you Vanbitz Taunton Somerset are highly recommended on here, are Funsters & give Motorhome Fun members a discount:thumb: Also do alarms, solar panels etc & they even have a campsite. Before anyone asks we aren't connected in any way but we have used them & been happy with their service.
     
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    Hello welcome to fun :Smile:
     
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    Hi welcome (y)
     
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    Hi and welcome to fun
     
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    Hi & welcome. Re-fillable every time (y)(y)(y)
     
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