Setting up fire and cooking are two integral things that the average adventurist does wrong. It’s not easy camping if you are not sure how you’re going to set up a fire, and eventually cook the food you have been carrying. Fire pits are an option, but most of them you find on the market weigh heavy and occupy a lot of space; owing to which many campers take to the woods without the equipment. For the good of every camper, Pyro Camp Fire and Grill presents a portable alternative to setting up the fire under the night sky and grill to prepare a sumptuous meal in the wilderness.
Pyro Camp Fire is a portable fire pit constructed chiefly of American steel. It is provided with a grill/griddle extension for enthusiasts who want to create an inviting ambiance by burning wood or charcoal in a safe and clean manner. And when the stomach calls, the top extension can be swapped and you are good to prepare a meal or heat up the precook food on you. Designed by a team of camping and overloading enthusiasts themselves, this portable fire pit has an 18-inch long and 14-inch wide combustion chamber, while the contraption measure 9-inch tall. The entire pit weighs only 14.5 pounds making it appropriate to carry on every camping trail you’re headed for. The standout here is its side-loading system that lets you easily add wood without having to remove the top fire screen or grill.
The lightweight and compact fire pit accommodates up to 16-inch firewood and burns it safely within the combustion chamber covered with a protective mesh of perforated stainless steel. The mesh around the Pyro Camp Fire offers an unobstructed view of fire encircling within, and also provides excellent airflow for complete combustion while containing burning embers safely inside. Pyro Camp Fire includes a removable top fire screen and the ash catcher in the base. While the stainless steel base can be removed for ease of cleaning the ash and debris, the top mesh screen can be removed for open fire experience and swapped with the grill/griddle. The grill cooktop seasons just like cast iron to function as a fantastic cooking surface. The extension includes a cutting board that provides additional prep space.
With Pyro Camp Fire in contention, it’s time to give your camping gear a second thought. If you have been carrying a heavy and outdated fire pit, or don’t have one at all, Pyro should be a nice portable and safe option. Since the fire pit is nicely covered with fire screen all the time, burning embers are controlled within, ensuring even kids can be around it without you having to worry too much. If it interests you, the Camp fire pit retails for $249 and with the grill extension, the price scales up to $349.