>>2199020>To be clear I mean style like picrel when I say they are overpriced.
I know, anon. Those little shits are also overpriced around here (somewhere in Europe).
I'm just giving you other options that I've found and explored as a fellow cheapskate.
I'm telling you is that maybe you'll be as lucky as me and picrel A at the hardware store (blowtorch section, not barbecue section) will be reasonably cheaper.
Also from what I've seen those gas canisters (either the 100g, the 230g like you posted or the 450g like picrel A) tend to be cheaper at hardware stores and stores dedicated to gas stuff, camping/outdoors stores overprice the shit out of them. (unfortunately my local hardware store only has 450g canisters so I use it to refill a 100g one that cost me as much as the 450g canister)
You can just use it directly with the stove, but if you think hauling about 680g of gas + canister is a bit tiresome you can get refill adapters (picrel C) to be able to refill the smaller canisters for cheaper than buying a whole new canister, either using a bigger canister you found for way cheaper (like my picrel A) or the canister I posted in my other post. (which happened to be the Campingaz CP 250, there are cheaper brands)
If, understandably, you're not up to start refilling canisters due to it being a bit of an headache (and potentially dangerous), you could also get picrel B (there are some more expensive ones that are made of metal) and use the canister I posted in my other post with the little camping stove.
I have that setup too and used it maybe 10-15 times by now without any issues.
Hope I was clearer this time. Maybe I'm just covering too much shit at once and it gets a bit confusing.