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Advice 4 litre 300 bar dive bottle

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by oldbugger, Aug 14, 2014.

  1. oldbugger

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    ive seen one on evil bay for 160 quid , what im asking is , is it worth it,?, Complete Kit - Supplied With:
    • 4 Litre "Stumpy" 300 Bar Steel Cylinder.
    • Gauge - Shows the pressure you have filled your airgun to.
    • Valve - To control the pressure as you fill your airgun.
    • Bleed Valve - To allow you to safely disconnect airgun after filling.
    • Hose - 1/8 BSP Female Fitting.
    • 1/4 BSP Fitting for BSA / Theoben buddy bottles.
    • Rubber Boot - Keeps the cylinder upright.
    • Approx. 54cm Tall, 7.5kg
    • is it worth the brass,?
    • and htf do i get rid of this font :confused: ?
    • i need a bottle since going a over t, off a shed a while back, really fubared me shoulder , using the pump hurts too much of late, :rolleyes:
    • so im after a bottle
    • this one looks do-able to me, but dont know if its any good really,any advice gratefully received
    • Andy/oldbugger
    • and i hope these soddin bullet point things do one after ive done this post,soz about that ;)

     
  2. HEY HEY ITS HENDO

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    i agree, have just been on their webite, seems i can get a 7 litre with hose and gauge for 159 so ill be ringing them soon i reckon, thanks for the heads up dudes :up:
     
  5. Honest Bob

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    Was thinking of getting the 7 ltr, but decided to get the 4ltr instead, as I am an old sod, and the 4 ltr is easier to transport, Godive say 3 to 5 days delivery, only took 2 days for it to arrive, took me longer to unpack it, it came all set up, all I had to do, was get it filled with air. Atb, Bob. Go Dive 10 out of 10 for price and service.
     
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  6. Cymru-Dave

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    agreed, after alot of searching i placed an order from godive for a 7ltr 300bar cylinder and fittings ready for charging, just need air, if you already if the fittings they do a bottle on its own for £129 i think but with 2.5yr test intervals whereas the one you mention had 5yr test intervals.
     
  7. mark112

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    It is easier to transport but you will be doing it twice as often. I have a 12L one but it gets filled and put at the back of the boot of my car where it stays until it needs filling again ... this is about twice year!. I can park to within 10 yards of the refill centre so it's no great shakes carrying it. I fill from the boot when I get to the farm so it doesn't to come out. The exception to this is if I think my car is going to get very hot in the sun and the tank is fairly full. This condition only happens once every three years though! :)

    P.S

    typical weights are 9kg for a 4L, 11kg for a 7L and 19kg for a 12L. So a 7L is only marginally heavier than a 4L and only marginally dearer. Sounds like the best compromise to me.
     
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