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Gas One Portable Butane Stove 10000 BTU - $9.97

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Canisters are cheapest at Asian grocery stores, sometimes $5 or $6 for 4 cans.
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I know I could just buy a propane coleman stove to hook it up to my propane tank but for whatever reason I'm attracted to the butane stove burners and would prefer using those with propane. I have yet to find an adapter or anything close to allow me to use my butane stove with propane... cans are cheap when they go on sale but nothing is worse then having your fire go out in the middle of a much needed heat source while making food!
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Apr 11, 2007
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jzmtl wrote: Hazard waste? It's a freakin metal can, punch a hole on it when empty and throw in recycle.
It’s another level when you talking to those OCDs, mr. kind sir
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jzmtl wrote: Hazard waste? It's a freakin metal can, punch a hole on it when empty and throw in recycle.
City of Toronto does not want these in the garbage or blue bin even if empty

from https://www.toronto.ca/services-payment ... ous-waste/

Items that are corrosive, flammable, explosive or poisonous are considered Household Hazardous Waste and WILL NOT be collected with your garbage or Blue Bin recycling.

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) must not be put in garbage or Blue Bin recycling, or poured down the drain, toilet or sewer.

from https://www.toronto.ca/services-payment ... te-wizard/

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Dhanushan wrote: City of Toronto does not want these in the garbage or blue bin even if empty

from https://www.toronto.ca/services-payment ... ous-waste/

Items that are corrosive, flammable, explosive or poisonous are considered Household Hazardous Waste and WILL NOT be collected with your garbage or Blue Bin recycling.

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) must not be put in garbage or Blue Bin recycling, or poured down the drain, toilet or sewer.

from https://www.toronto.ca/services-payment ... te-wizard/

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In practice that's why you punch a hole on the can to ensure it's empty and unpressurized, then it's no different from a piece of sheet metal. MEC even sells an overpriced tool just to do that.

Although I'll agree the regulation is the way it is because too many people throw still pressurized cans into recycling.
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jzmtl wrote: In practice that's why you punch a hole on the can to ensure it's empty and unpressurized, then it's no different from a piece of sheet metal. MEC even sells an overpriced tool just to do that.

Although I'll agree the regulation is the way it is because too many people throw still pressurized cans into recycling.
Thanks, did not know about this tool.

There is a note on the page, "Note: please confirm your municipal recycling regulations as they vary from place to place."
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Jun 24, 2020
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Now I just have to wait until that tool goes on sale at MEC...
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I got mine at the Still Creek Costco at the beginning on this season!
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flyingnurse wrote: These are not good, they do not heat up enough to cook anything. PASS
I call BS, I have the walmart version and it is the fastest for boiling water and coffee and milk and you name it. This past weekend in algonquin I did a 10 egg omelet every morning, cheated on the sausages as I was too lazy to take the bbq out and did 2 trays of breakfast sausages in less than 10 min.
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Dec 3, 2020
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Bought one beginning of this summer and it has worked perfectly for me all season camping. Definitely recommend. Great price for it.
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Anybody still see these in the lower mainland anywhere? Prob long gone by now?
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Mar 26, 2007
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I hate that I missed this deal...

If I call a Costco and cite the item number (1449740) would they be able to check all stores or just the store that I am calling?
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Happosai wrote: I hate that I missed this deal...

If I call a Costco and cite the item number (1449740) would they be able to check all stores or just the store that I am calling?
They should be able to tell you which location has the item & price they're set at. Since not all locations have it as clearance.
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OrangeBerry wrote: I know I could just buy a propane coleman stove to hook it up to my propane tank but for whatever reason I'm attracted to the butane stove burners and would prefer using those with propane. I have yet to find an adapter or anything close to allow me to use my butane stove with propane... cans are cheap when they go on sale but nothing is worse then having your fire go out in the middle of a much needed heat source while making food!
You're welcome

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Aug 2, 2018
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If someone plans on using this to eat hotpot very often at home I would implore you to invest in the low profile Japanese butane stoves. They're expensive but they sit a low lower on the table and it's a lot easier to grab food from the pot.
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syunze wrote: If someone plans on using this to eat hotpot very often at home I would implore you to invest in the low profile Japanese butane stoves. They're expensive but they sit a low lower on the table and it's a lot easier to grab food from the pot.
if people eats hotpots frequently at home, I would suggest an induction stove like the one from ikea over butane/propane anyday, quicker boiling not to mention the convenience and cost of running. Butane gas canisters cost add up.
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Aug 2, 2018
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RadioDude wrote: if people eats hotpots frequently at home, I would suggest an induction stove like the one from ikea over butane/propane anyday, quicker boiling not to mention the convenience and cost of running. Butane gas canisters cost add up.
I had that exact induction stove you mentioned from ikea and returned it cause it was really loud. Also it seems like all the low profile induction cooktops are of a similar design. I do agree that butane gas is more expensive but in my opinion the trade off is worth it, gas it significantly quieter.

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