If you love camping but hate building a campfire, we don’t blame you – not only do you have to build it from scratch, but you also have to be very careful to extinguish it properly and safely as to not spark a catastrophe. Not to mention, firewood burning is against laws in many areas. But if you’ve ever sat around a fire pit, you know what it can do for the atmosphere. You can cook s’mores, enjoy a cup of tea, and keep warm and cozy even on harsh winter days and chilly fall nights.
This is where the compact and practical Ignic FireCan comes to play.
Ignik FireCan Specifications:
- Fuel Type: Propane
- Burn Time: two and a half hours
- Heat Output: 38,000 BTU
- Hose Compatibility: inlet, QCC 1, outlet quick connect
More Warmth, Less Risk
With this propane-powered fire baby, you will never have to worry about fire regulations, not finding enough dry firewood, breathing in too much smoke, and other less-than-pleasant things that typically follow a traditional wood fire. The main thing that we love about this fire pit is that it raises the fire off of the ground, making it much safer than a traditional campfire. It is reliable, practical, and easy to pack so you’ll be bringing it on every outdoor adventure. Who doesn’t love staying toasty warm outside?
The first thing that catches our eye with this firepit is its vintage-looking ammo can design that aside from looking cool is also durable and safe. It has collapsible legs and a removable lid with a carry handle, so it is really compact and easy to store and transport: you’ll be bringing it everywhere! It is made of durable heavy-duty steel and has a high-temperature powder coating finish. The mesh sides are a nice touch, as they improve heat transmission and visibility. A hose and adapter to connect to a propane source are included, so it is really a plug-and-play system.
With a price tag of $199.99, we think this bad boy is totally worth it. It’s portable, super-easy to use, puts out way less emissions than traditional fire, and you don’t have to worry about burning your surroundings because of its elevated design that also keeps the fire safely contained. The heat diffuser and fuel need to be bought separately, though.
Learn more at Rei.com.