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Original Grill Gauge $8.99 @ amazon

nutcase100 139 198 September 11, 2016 at 11:57 AM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Amazon Deals
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Uhaul sells a tank with a built in gauge for $35, you're better off getting that and then having it filled instead of using the exchanges.
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get a Weber grill . it comes with this built in.
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Quote from scrid2000 View Post :
Uhaul sells a tank with a built in gauge for $35, you're better off getting that and then having it filled instead of using the exchanges.
getting it filled can be nearly impossible depending on where you live. 2 homes ago, I lived near a Costco and they had propane...they would fill it full (unlike the blue rhino scam) for somewhere between $10 and $12 depending on the market, and that was a dream. 1 house ago, it was a nightmare to get it filled anywhere nearby and required that I drop the tank off and pick it back up later at a patio/grill place and that was $20 for the fill. it's definitely the way to go if it's easy in your area, but it's not practical for everyone.

and yes, my weber has it built in, but I dont even use it. having a second propane tank full at the ready is the way to go for me, which means it never really matters how much I have left in the tank.
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Last edited by rbraden September 11, 2016 at 05:16 PM
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Brinkman has a gauge on sale at a lot of the kmarts, ymmv, threads in not the scale type. Edited to add it was $5.99
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...having a second propane tank full at the ready is the way to go for me, which means it never really matters how much I have left in the tank.
^this, it's always the way to go. you'll never have to "top off" a tank and lose money, only empty tanks go back Wink
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