BioLite FirePit Solar Cover

BioLite FirePit Solar Cover
BioLite FirePit Solar Cover
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FirePit Solar Cover by BioLite
When you leave the campsite for a day hike, be sure to store your BioLite FirePit stove into the FirePit Solar Cover so you can keep charging the AirFlow pack so you are ready to go next time you need to fire it up. This convenient carrying bag not only makes transporting to and from the campsite a breeze, but is made with a built-in solar panel that charges your FirePit while it's not in use. And, the durable nylon material is fully waterproof so you can have a peace of mind when a storm breaks out while you are away from camp.

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SKU: BIO000T
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