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Propane Tank Gauge Level Indicator for RVs and BBQs

Propane Tank Gauge Level Indicator for RVs and BBQs

Regular price $39.99 CAD
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Make the most out of your outdoor cooking and heating experiences with our Propane Gas Gauge Meter. Designed for compatibility and convenience, this gauge ensures you never run out of propane unexpectedly, allowing you to enjoy your favorite outdoor appliances without interruption.

Key Features:

  1. Universal Compatibility: 100% brand new and compatible with all appliances featuring a QCC1/Type1 connection and suitable for up to 40-lb. propane tanks. Versatility at its best!

  2. Heavy-Duty Construction: Crafted from high-quality solid brass, our gauge is built to withstand various weather conditions, scratches, dents, and corrosion, ensuring durability for your outdoor adventures.

  3. Easy Monitoring: The color-coded dial provides a quick and clear indication of your propane level without the need to remove the tank. Stay informed at a glance and plan your activities without any surprises.

  4. Versatile Usage: Ideal for a range of propane appliances, including gas grills, heaters, smokers, camp stoves, lanterns, tabletop grills, fire pit tables, turkey fryers, and more. Enjoy the flexibility and ease of use.

  5. Tool-Free Installation: No tools required for installation, and it's easy to install with a handheel grip for tightening. Simplify your setup and focus on what matters - your outdoor experience.

Product Specifications:

  • Material: Brass and ABS
  • Color: Brass and Black
  • Connection: QCC1/Type1 propane tank connections to QCC1/Type1 Male1 connections and POL Female connections

Packaged Included:

  • 1 x Propane Gas Gauge Meter

Upgrade your outdoor activities with the Propane Gas Gauge Meter – your reliable companion for uninterrupted propane-powered fun. Install it effortlessly and enjoy the freedom to explore without worrying about running out of propane.





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