Camping just doesn't feel like camping without a flickering fire to sit around. When you're exploring somewhere that doesn't allow ground fires, rely on the Primus Kamoto OpenFire Pit to still get that comforting crackling. The wind-blocking sides have air inlets to keep the fire roaring. It folds up for easy storage and transport, and Primus even included a grill grate so you can even cook up the day's catch over an open fire.
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