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Volcano Stove Propane Valve Adapter

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Volcano Stove Propane Valve Adapter

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Free Shipping: Yes - When order subtotal is $199 or more
Ships Canada Wide: Yes
Product Code: 4-0130

 

$42.95
Use one-pound portable propane bottles with your Volcano! Adapts the propane connector from a full-size bottle to one-pound bottle.
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Are you sick of lugging around your big propane tank? If so, the Propane Valve Adapter is for you! It allows you to use your portable one-pound propane bottles to cook your food. Great for camping. Just attach it to your propane hose and you're ready to go.

The Propane Valve adapter allows you to use any of the smaller propane bottles, especially the 1lb size. At full blast, each 1lb propane bottle should last over 1 hour. However, with a low flame, your bottle should last several hours. Made from solid brass, this will adapt your hose/regulator assembly so that you can use the smaller bottles. It is small, easily stored inside the Volcano case, so you can have it with you always.

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Free Shipping Yes - When order subtotal is $199 or more
Short Description Use one-pound portable propane bottles with your Volcano! Adapts the propane connector from a full-size bottle to one-pound bottle.
Sealed Shelf Life No
Opened Shelf Life No
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Ingredients No
Gluten Free No
GMO Free No
Special Order Item No
Ships Canada Wide Yes
Enable Squeeze Content No
Product Features No
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