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Travelmate Butane Gas Canister Stove

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Re-engineered and AGA approved, the Gasmate Travelmate Butane Canister Stove comes with a new pressure sensing safety cut off device and is one of the handiest items you could have in your camp kit.

Perfect also for alfresco dining, the Travelmate stove is fueled by disposable 220g butane canisters and is easy to operate with a rotary piezo ignition in the temperature dial.

Complete in its own convenient carry or storage case, the Travelmate is a compact, lightweight, grab'n'go stove for impromptu camping trips.

  • AGA certified
  • Pressure sensing safety shut-off device
  • Piezo ignition
  • INcludes carry case
Snowys Code:
45207
Supplier Code:
CS170Y
In Use Dimensions:
34L x 28.5D x 11H cm
Packed Dimensions:
34L x 28.5D x 8H cm
Material:
Steel
BTU Per Burner:
6500 BTU
No. of Burners:
1
Fuel Type:
Butane
Fuel Consumption:
140 g/hr
Ignition:
Rotary Piezo
Weight:
1.5 Kg
Warranty:
1 Year

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Disposal of older butane gas stoves1 answers

I have a Companion & a Kookaburra canister stove. They have never given me any trouble but it seems I should replace them. Where do I dispose of them, is there a specific collection point?

- HACKHAM WEST, SA(7 months ago)
G'day Kate - Your best bet is to hop onto your council's website and search for recycling depots in your area. The same places that take whitegoods are likely to take old butane stoves. Maybe give 'em a call beforehand. Hope that helps. Cheers, Paul
- Snowys(7 months ago)

What is the staus of the PC1070 and other suspended gasmate stoves1 answers

I have two gasmate stoves which are on the Department of Fair Trading suspended list. What been done to ensure that I can still use them safely? One of your retailers informed me that he thought Gasmate had simply issued an instruction that pots no wider that 20cm should be used on the cooker. Is this correct? If they cannot be used safely what recourse do I have. The stoves came with a 4WD camper that I purchased from KEA campers. Thanks for any assistance you can provide. Cheers Geoff

- MATRAVILLE, NSW(8 months ago)
Hi Geroff, this is a hot topic at the moment. The simple answer is that all old butane cookers should be disposed of. As far as we are aware, there have not been any product recalls issued on any of the butane cookers, but it is advisable that you throw away the old one and purchase another that meets that current guidelines.
- Snowys(8 months ago)

Australia Approved 1 answers

Is this Built to Australia Design Standards ??

- HERVEY BAY, QLD(9 months ago)
It certainly is John, any of these stoves being sold now need to be manufactured to a new standard, of which this stove meets. There was a renewed warning out recently recommending any old stoves be disposed of in the interest of safety. Out stoves have updated pressure release valves and are approved under the updated Australian Standards.
- Snowys(9 months ago)

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