Kamoto Folding Fire Pit & Open Fire Pan true
All fired up.
There’s something so primitively satisfying about an open fire—the crackle, the woodsmoke, staring into the flames and feeling all nostalgic. Since on-the-ground campfires aren’t allowed everywhere (and for good reason, no one likes a forest fire!), a safer work-around is this folding, portable fire pit made from stainless and powder-coated steel. It works with firewood or charcoal and comes with an ashtray to collect the cinders (your park ranger will appreciate that it leaves no trace). Plus, the quick set up, wind protection and air inlet underneath make it a snap to use, no Scout badges required. The pan completes the look: With its lightweight aluminum core and durable stainless steel exterior, the combo is easy to carry, and lets you do dinner cracklin’ hot. Kebabs on the beach, anyone?
Photography by Rocky Luten & Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Fire Pit: Powder-coated steel, stainless steel Open Fire Pan: 3-layered material with aluminum core and stainless steel shell
Small Fire Pit: 20.9" L x 15.3" W x 2.4" H (when collapsed), weighs 13.7 lbs Large Fire Pit: 25.6" L 18.5" W x 2.4" H, weighs 15.4 lbs Small Pan: 23.2" L x 18.1" W x 9.8" H (with legs attached), weighs 7.8 lbs Large Pan: 29.9" L x 18.5" W x 9.8" H (with legs attached), weighs 9.7 lbs
Care & Notes
Kamoto Fire Pit includes grill grate. Fire Pit is considered "leave no trace" as it contains its own ashes. Large pit fits a standard US 16" L.
Open Fire Pans are made so that legs can be screwed in to be used directly over a fire, or removed to be used in concert with fire pit or other surface. Legs should also be removed for transport and storage.
Shipping & Returns
Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses.
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