The Folding Fire Pit will allow you to create a fire anywhere - the patio, tailgate or camp site. This fire pit is portable and folds up easily to fit into the included carrying bag.
- Wood burning unit
- Heat resistant paint finish
- Dimensions: 22" Diameter x 15.4" H
- Includes: log grate, cooking grate, fire tool and carrying bag
This Folding Fire Pit features a 22” heat resistant painted steel fire bowl and folding legs for easy portability. This fire pit comes complete with heat resistant mesh fire screen, a wood grate and cooking grate. Also included is a carrying bag and screen lift tool.
Manufacturer Warning: It is not recommended to use this fire pit on any combustible surface or any surface that is not entirely resistant to high heat. However, if you intend to use this item on any of these surfaces, you must use a non-flammable and heat resistant material such as concrete pavers, brick or stone between the fire pit and the surface.
Read the Details
- Fuel Type: Wood
- Type: Portable
- Shape: Round
- Overall Width: 22" | 29"
- Overall Height: 15 7/16" | 17 5/16"
- Material: Steel
- Color: Black
- Item Weight: 7 lbs. | 10.5 lbs.
Rating 5 is Excellent, Right?
The fire pit was a gift & the recipients love it. Fine craftsmanship & very attractive. Thank you.
An inexpensive product that should last several seasons. Just what I ordered.
22inch fire pit
This is a perfect size for my small patio and it is very portal. However, in order to get it in the storage case, the top of the screen needs to be unscrewed and the part would be easy to misplace. I wish the dome was larger as not much wood will fit under it. It has rusted overnight with rainfall. Too much hassle to send it back at this point. I wish I hadn't given away the one I perviously owned which was half the price. This one is also inexpensive, still I didn't expect the small capacity and rust.
Firepit w/Folding Legs
I love this firepit!! Nothing to put together, big enough for our cook out s'mores nites and cooking dinner. The envy of several friends. I would suggest drilling a drain hole in the bottom for water to leave the bowl.
Daria R. | Wantagh, NY