I'm curious. (Just
curious, before anyone gets excited
I bought a new camping cooker/grill today in Halfords (50% off BTW - get in there). Like my old unit it cautions against use indoors (tent/house/shed) on the grounds of potential CO poisoning. All fair enough as I plan to use mine in the field, as it were. But maybe one of the gas experts on here - Whisper or Camelgas perhaps - could clarify what the intrinsic risks are with this kit? Is it just that they have less stringent safety standards and "may" generate CO in certain conditions or do they all actually produce a level of CO as standard that is unacceptable indoors? Is it just an available O2 issue?
Like I say, I'm curious...