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I believe that the GAZ, campinggaz line will remain available outside of North America - Would it be possible to retain your stove/lantern for use outside of N.A.? I realize that having one stove for N.A. and one for other environs is cumbersome, but at least it would still be of some use. (Not to mention that, as it stands, the threaded canisters are much harder, if not impossible, to find than GAZ when outside N.A.)formertexan wrote:................After 3 decades of invariably dependable use over 3 continents and several islands where I've always been able to readily find fuel and mantels even in out of the way places, it seems a shame to dispose of fine equipment. .............................
Not necessarily true, any outdoor store I have been to in Italy carries the threaded canisters. Can't speak for other places though.hikeaz wrote: (Not to mention that, as it stands, the threaded canisters are much harder, if not impossible, to find than GAZ when outside N.A.)
Yes, they are. They look just like the old ones, including the label, but they something like "distributed by Coleman". It's interesting that my local REI carries the older CV206 cartridges, but not the CV270.azpynebox wrote:Is Coleman 270 compatiable with the old CV270?
I saw a bunch of those somewhere. Wish I remembered where. Pinetop Sporting Goods carried them long after everyone else had stopped. The old mom n pop places are your best bet.Sredfield wrote:Does anyone have current information on the availability of these canisters? Any that will work with the older GAZ stoves? Thanks much.