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  • Mr Heater F276172: Propane Tank Refill Adapter

  • F276172

    Propane Tank Refill Adapter consisting of Female 1lb. Cylinder Thread x Soft Nose P.O.L.. Refills 1lb. bottles in 1 minute or less.

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    Refil Your 1lb Propane Bottles In a Flash With This Handy Refil Adapter Fitting

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    This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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    Q: When using a re-filled 1 lb bottle with the Portable Buddy Heater, do I need to use the Mr…

    A: Based on information from a propane professional, from service and delivery to training fi…

    Jeffrey Phinney | 8 years ago

    Q: Is it possible to refill a coleman 1lb disposable propane bottle with this adapter?

    A: Yes, as that is the EXACT purpose of this item and even describes as being use for. The t…

    Just Another Consumer | 7 years ago

    Q: how to tell when if is full ?

    A: Ken and Dragonfly have got it nailed. If you are willing to read through 40+ comments you …

    rjeffb | 5 years ago

    Q: Various sources say to connect to a ''full'' 20 lb tank to refill the empty disposable bottl…

    A: Most tank exchange places only put about 15 lb in the 20lb tank. quick, easy, set price. …

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    briandrew1
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    I can''t believe I didn''t buy this sooner!!
    Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2016
    I purchased this Mr. Heater adapter after a cheaper no-name ebay version arrived defective, leaving me frustrated and wasting my day troubleshooting it. I''m glad i spend the extra couple bucks on one with a good reputation. This baby worked like a charm, allowing me to... See more
    I purchased this Mr. Heater adapter after a cheaper no-name ebay version arrived defective, leaving me frustrated and wasting my day troubleshooting it. I''m glad i spend the extra couple bucks on one with a good reputation. This baby worked like a charm, allowing me to refill 5 1lb tanks in a matter of 10 minutes. I used a digital scale to weigh each one (before and after) and got no less than 0.9LB of propane into each one. I feel like a genius and I''m saving all sorts of money!! WoooHooo!!
    If you''re reading this review, you probably know the steps on how to refill by now:
    1) Fully purge the empty tank by depressing the main valve
    2) Pop it in the freezer for 15+ minutes
    3) Prep you 20lb tank by screwing in your Mr Heater (reverse thread), and flipping it upside down
    4) Grab your ice cold tank and screw it on
    5) Open the 20lb valve and hear the propane transfer for about 2min
    6) Close the valve, then unscrew the 1lb! Voila!
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    Jordan B.
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Works great if used correctly
    Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2019
    So I bought this for refilling the 1lb tanks for ice fishing. It''s not convenient to carry a whole 20lb tank out there, so this lets me pay price/lb of the 20# tank with the convenience of green 1#ers. What you need to make sure you do is: Bring the white 20# tank inside... See more
    So I bought this for refilling the 1lb tanks for ice fishing. It''s not convenient to carry a whole 20lb tank out there, so this lets me pay price/lb of the 20# tank with the convenience of green 1#ers. What you need to make sure you do is: Bring the white 20# tank inside the day before you want to fill. If its cold, it won''t be as high of pressure. It needs to be at least room temp. Then, the 1#ers should be stuck in the freezer for about 20-30 minutes before filling. Attach the fitting, flip the white tank upside down, open the valve, and fill the green tank for 60 seconds. Close the valve and flip it right side up. Voila, you have a full tank! Works awesome.
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    Ken Dunlap
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Works great if you know how to use it.
    Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2014
    The adapter is easy to install and use, but there are a couple of places where some users fail. You must be certain that the Temperature Difference between the two tanks is fairly large. The large tank must be significantly warmer than the small tank, and if the... See more
    The adapter is easy to install and use, but there are a couple of places where some users fail.

    You must be certain that the Temperature Difference between the two tanks is fairly large. The large tank must be significantly warmer than the small tank, and if the large tank isn''t very warm, having a cold small tank will not be good enough. It has nothing to do with getting a vacuum in the small tank (as some reviewers seem to believe), rather it has to do with the temperature dependence of the vapor pressure of the liquid. If the temperatures of the two tanks are the same, the pressure will be the same and little if any gas will be exchanged. The vapor pressure of propane increases with temperature, not with quantity of propane in the container. When the Temperature Of The Propane in the large container is Greater than that of the small container, gas will flow from the connected large container to the connected small container. The greater the difference the faster the flow. As the small tank fills, its temperature will gradually increase and the temperature in the large tank will slowly decrease. So, if you just leave them connected the two tanks will reach an equilibrium temperature and the flow will stop. It is not really a good idea to do that, although the pressure will not get any greater in the small tank than it is in the large tank.

    You can completely fill the small tank (to the 1 lb. it had when new) if you warm the large container and chill the small container. In fact, you can easily fill it with more propane than it had when you bought it. If you cannot fill it to the original capacity, then you do not have the large tank warm enough. So, there is no specific time or sound that will tell you the small tank is full. The tank will fill very rapidly at first because the liquid propane will evaporate and cool the smaller tank, thus actually reducing the vapor pressure of the liquid that is accumulating in the tank. However, that phenomenon is reduced quickly and the flow rate reduces as the gas in the small tank is forced back into the liquid state. Liquifying a gas produces a lot of heat. You can play it safe and stop filling the small tank when the flow of propane is not easily detected. Then, disconnect and weigh the tank. My Coleman 1 pound tanks weigh about 1 lb. when empty and 2 lb. (Duh!) when "full". If the tank only weighs (say) 1.5 lb when you have filled it part way, then the tank is half full. You can then reconnect it to the large tank (which should still be quite warm), and restart the flow by opening the gas valve. At this point, you can judge how much longer you want to let the flow to continue. I always weigh the small tank after I fill it to see how much propane I have put in the tank. Usually, I end up with a few ounces more than a pound of propane. After refilling a few tanks you will get a "feel" for when it is nearly full.

    One other thing: the adapter has no valve to prevent gas from passing through when it is connected to the large tank: so make sure you completely close the valve on the propane tank before removing the small tank when you finish.
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    Will
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    ... video''s on how to do this & it looked easy so I checked out which adapter to buy
    Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2017
    I watched several U-tube video''s on how to do this & it looked easy so I checked out which adapter to buy. I bought this one because it had No regulator. I just received it & filled 4 canisters 16oz. each. My first one I was 6oz short, then the next 2 where a perfect 16oz.... See more
    I watched several U-tube video''s on how to do this & it looked easy so I checked out which adapter to buy. I bought this one because it had No regulator. I just received it & filled 4 canisters 16oz. each. My first one I was 6oz short, then the next 2 where a perfect 16oz. The 4th was 4 oz.short. So even when I did the exact same procedure I got different results. I used a kitchen scale to weigh a brand new one (1 lb 14oz), empty one 13oz & then again after filling. It is very easy & it paid for itself this first time. I refilled them for less than .40 cents each. Walmart sells 2 for around 6.00 plus tax....Excellent product.
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    Travis798
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    I was starting off with empty one pound bottles and quickly refilling them with the utmost ease that others were in awe of my pr
    Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2015
    I''ve had this thing for about an hour now, so my experience is limited. I''m giving 5 stars because the adapter is exactly what it is supposed to be, a piece of brass that is threaded on one end to fit a 20 or 30 pound propane bottle, and threaded on the other end to fit a... See more
    I''ve had this thing for about an hour now, so my experience is limited. I''m giving 5 stars because the adapter is exactly what it is supposed to be, a piece of brass that is threaded on one end to fit a 20 or 30 pound propane bottle, and threaded on the other end to fit a one pound bottle.

    When I ordered this thing, I envisioned myself as a master of refilling propane bottles. In my mind, I was starting off with empty one pound bottles and quickly refilling them with the utmost ease that others were in awe of my propane super powers. The guys at the propane refilling places didn''t have anything on me. After all, they can''t even refill a one pound bottle. Pffft, amateurs.

    Now for a dose of reality. I received this and promptly put a couple of empty 1lb bottles in the freezer, like I''ve seen the people on youtube do. I had a nice, warm 20lb bottle at the ready. Once my apparently slow freezing freezer had finally done it''s job at getting the small bottles good and cold, I went to work. I grabbed those tiny bottles and bolted out the door on my way to the glorious freedom of not having to keep buying the 1lb bottles at those expensive prices.

    I hooked up the adapter, made sure the small bottle was empty of any pressure, screwed it on, flipped the bottle over and turned on the valve fully anticipating having a pretty full 1lb propane bottle a minute later. I grinned ear to ear as I listened to the pressure from the 20lb bottle work it''s way over to the 1 lb bottle. My grin quickly changed to a look of confusion as the sound got quite within 10 seconds. Wow, I thought to myself, I''m faster than I thought! Those youtube people take longer than that, I really am a master!

    As I flipped the bottle back over and unscrewed the small bottle, my happiness was replaced with confusion and sorrow as I realized that the small bottle was not anywhere near full. Then I hear it, the small bottle is leaking from the valve. I stick the valve a few times to open it and hopefully seal it back shut, but no go. Undeterred, I grab the next bottle and repeat the process. By repeat the process, I mean to a T. 10 seconds worth of filling and a leaking valve.

    I now realize it is official. The small bottles that I have held onto for years in anticipation of the day I finally decided to refill them aren''t going to work. You see, they had spent a decent portion of their life lying dead in the back of my fishing truck, rolling around and in the elements. The valves had a little rust on the outside, and apparently the inside as well. Well done mother nature, you''ve won this battle, but the war is far from over.

    The moral of this story is to say that if you have some pretty old bottles you want to refill and you have neglected them, don''t get your hopes up. While I''m positive that this adapter will perform as intended with bottles in good shape, it cannot overcome neglect on your part. To avoid conceding complete defeat, I screwed one of my previously dead bottles on a lantern and ran it where I already had plenty of light. If the propane is going to leak out anyway, I might as well get the satisfaction of wasting it on my terms.
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    ss
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    If you have some mechanical skills and want to save $5 dollars per 1lb propane tank, get this
    Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2014
    Simple steps: 1) get a 15lb propane tank from Walmart (or wherever), less than $20 dollars refilled 2) you have an empty (1lb) green Coleman stove/lantern, etc. tank 3) put the empty green (1lb) Coleman tank in the freezer for more than 15 minutes... See more
    Simple steps:

    1) get a 15lb propane tank from Walmart (or wherever), less than $20 dollars refilled
    2) you have an empty (1lb) green Coleman stove/lantern, etc. tank
    3) put the empty green (1lb) Coleman tank in the freezer for more than 15 minutes
    4) thread the small end of this adapter into the 15lb tank fully (it seats with an o-ring, just a reasonable amount of wrench effort)
    4) turn the full large propane tank upside down on a table or secure surface. YOU REALLY WANT TO MAKE SURE IT WON''T GET TIPPED OVER OR FALL OFF OF ANYTHING.
    5) screw the empty green 1lb tank into the large female end of the adapter
    6) open the valve on the large 15lb propane tank, you will hear the gas flow into the smaller 1lb tank
    7) wait more than you think (about 1-2 minutes even after you can''t hear the propane gas transfer)
    8) the small green Coleman tank will fill to about 14 or 15 ounces (net weight). The "empty" tank weighs about a pound. If you get to about 1lb 14/15 ounces (my experience), you are pretty much full. I don''t think longer than 5 minutes will fill it further as the temperature of the smaller green tank will warm up and disallow further transfer of the propane....you know (PV=nRT)
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    Paul Martzen
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Does the job of refilling tanks
    Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2014
    Refilling a one pound tank with this adapter is a bit awkward, but with practice it works well. Use a wrench to tighten this adapter into the large tank and then use the wrench to keep the adapter from loosening while tightening the 1 lb tank into it. I found... See more
    Refilling a one pound tank with this adapter is a bit awkward, but with practice it works well. Use a wrench to tighten this adapter into the large tank and then use the wrench to keep the adapter from loosening while tightening the 1 lb tank into it.

    I found that chilling the 1 lb tank in a freezer before filling, allowed it to fill about half full. I then put the half full 1 lb tank back in the freezer for awhile to lower the vapor pressure in the tank. Once the half full tank was very cold, I was able to fill it completely with this adapter.

    I used a small scale to weigh the empty bottles and then again when refilled to see how much propane was transferred.
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    Knobb490
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Paid for itself in six refills!
    Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2013
    Propane in bulk (20 lb. tank) is $2.45/gal. where I live. A tank filled to capacity holds 20 lbs. (except for an exchange tank from the store, which they only fill to 15 lbs.) and costs $11.51 to refill. Divided by 20 lbs. equals about $0.58/pound. Compare that to a new... See more
    Propane in bulk (20 lb. tank) is $2.45/gal. where I live. A tank filled to capacity holds 20 lbs. (except for an exchange tank from the store, which they only fill to 15 lbs.) and costs $11.51 to refill. Divided by 20 lbs. equals about $0.58/pound. Compare that to a new steel one pound container at around $2.50 per container in a four-pack. If the propane is $0.58/pound, the container is $1.92. If you don''t have to keep buying one pound containers, you save $1.92 per refill. The adapter is around $12 so 12/1.92 = 6.25 refills and you''ve recovered the cost of the adapter! Bam! Love it!

    How to fill ''em:
    1. Freeze the empty one pounders in the freezer for an hour and warm the 20 lb. tank in the sun for an hour. The temperature difference helps with the liquid transfer.
    2. Attach the adapter to the 20 lb. tank and tighten with wrench so it won''t come loose when detaching a one pounder from it.
    3. Orient the 20 lb. tank upside done so valve is underneath (we want liquid propane to fill the one pounders, not vapor. Gravity keeps liquid on the bottom.)
    4. Attach a frozen one pounder to the adapter, hand tight, then open the valve. When hissing stops, close the valve and remove the one pounder.

    Note: Sometimes they won''t fill completely. I have a scale that measures in ounces and weighed the containers before and after. One container filled completely, the others took about 8-9 ounces (I have five containers). Not sure why, but it might be that I didn''t warm my 20 lb. tank in the sun first time through. However, I re-froze the four that only took a partial fill, then reconnected them and was able to top them off as well.
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    kevin kidner
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    great
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 22, 2015
    Great
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    Colin r Coles
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Five Stars
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 28, 2014
    Exactly what I required. thanks
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    Beach Bum
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    error of omission!
    Reviewed in Canada on January 2, 2021
    This seemed like a good idea at first until I received the adapter and read the instructions. What they fail to tell you on the website is that once the propane tank is removed from your bbq it needs to be inverted and you follow more steps before filling the small...See more
    This seemed like a good idea at first until I received the adapter and read the instructions. What they fail to tell you on the website is that once the propane tank is removed from your bbq it needs to be inverted and you follow more steps before filling the small cylinder! Forget it! it''s like asking me to stand on my head and spit nickels! The more I think about it, how much of a safety risk is involved anyway.....? As much as I would like to save the environment, I would not recommend this product.
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    Travis W.
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Cheaper and more enviormentally friendly to refill your empties!
    Reviewed in Canada on November 15, 2016
    I like being able to refill my smaller bottles rather than tossing them out, and this is more convenient than bringing a dozen small bottles for an extended camping trip. My only complaint is that it is very difficult to completely fill the smaller bottles - you can get...See more
    I like being able to refill my smaller bottles rather than tossing them out, and this is more convenient than bringing a dozen small bottles for an extended camping trip. My only complaint is that it is very difficult to completely fill the smaller bottles - you can get them half to three quarters full, but filling them completely requires a right angle adapter and some tweaking.
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    Patricia Vanaman
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Economical, environmental, practical. Thank you for simple solution!
    Reviewed in Canada on May 15, 2021
    The adaptor saves hundreds of wasteful 1 lb cylinders that end up in the landfill. Who knew this simple solution of filling the 1 pounder from a 20 lb tank could be so easily accomplished!!!! These adaptors should be marketed and sold alongside camping equipment.
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