$20 for a 3 lb CO2 tank -- Is that a good deal?

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j1n

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Id buy it. i kind of want it. maybe ill phone my wife that's visiting her sister in Ft Lauderdale to go get it for me.
 

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Get it! Don't hesitate!

It's great for portability, taking to events etc. Swapping maybe a bit of a problem, the 3# size is not common. 5#, 10#, 20# and up are. You're best bet maybe to get it re-filled so you get to keep that nice Aluminum bottle.

You may want to get a larger one later for serving and/or general kegging.
 

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If it was within certification date I would get it and refill it for mobile dispensing.

If it is out of date it would cost more than you are paying for it to get a hydro test.


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According to the seller, " It came with the kegerator. 2 years ago. There's a date stamp DOT-3AL2015". Does that indicate it is certified?
 
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Ok, I see from Google that the born on date is below the DOT stamp.
 
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