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Message posted by wango via mobile 01/9/2019 at 2:42pm
Outfit:  Fiat ducato Adria      Location:  southampton Cardiff boy
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Hi to all just looking at gas it or gaslow refillable gas bottles ,
Witch is best ,and would you change to them ,I got a Motorhome with
Two 6kgs calagas
🏉🍷🏉 don't for get work cup coming soon🏉🍷🏉

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Message posted by spiritburner via mobile 01/9/2019 at 3:22pm
Outfit:  Citroen Dispatch Campervan plus tents     Location:  NE England
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Never used Gaslow but very happy with our Gasit 6kg. We only run 2 burner hob on the gas so 6kg lasts ages. I'm planning on adding the Bluetooth sensor & app. Not unique to Gasit.

Message posted by Plumbo01/9/2019 at 4:44pm
Outfit:  Autocruise Wentworth     Location:  None Entered
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I bought my Gaslow system secondhand. The guy who sold it to me had fitted an underslung tank again a Gaslow tank. We discussed the differences between Gasit and Gaslow. The outcome was Gasit was a cheaper option and the cylinders where basically the same as Gaslow.
But when it came to the hoses, fittings and filler connector the Gaslow stuff was of better quality the hoses being braided steel etc.
Personally I don’t think there is much of a difference apart from Gasit being marginally cheaper.

Message posted by Oswestry Ed02/9/2019 at 7:40am
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I also use Safefill, It is light weight, gas level is visible and are easy to fill.The initial cost is high but at 55p litre (Morrisons) refillable cylinders do make sense.

Message posted by spiritburner via mobile 02/9/2019 at 9:22am
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I know OP wasn't asking about them but curious, do you not have to uncouple the Safefills to refill?

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Message posted by Hency06/10/2019 at 12:22pm
Outfit:  Swift Sundance     Location:  Nottingham
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I installed a GasIt refillable bottle system. It works perfectly well and gas is so much cheaper than Calor. The only problem is that the level gauge doesn't work.

Message posted by Whatamess07/10/2019 at 7:06am
Outfit:  Bessacarr E540     Location:  North Wales
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We’ve got Gaslow and have had it moved from van to van. We go away probably about four months a year and fill up less than £10 in the autumn.

Nora


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