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Kamoto OpenFire Pit

The Kamoto OpenFire Pit is a foldable and compact portable fire pit with cooking grate that lets you burn wood or charcoal for grilling steaks or toasting late-night Smores. The Kamoto is easily set up and offers protection for the ground, leaving no trace behind. It features a stainless steel fire pit with side wind protection and an air inlet from underneath to help stoke the fire. For those that enjoy cooking over an open fire, the Kamoto comes with a grill grate. after use, it folds up flat and compact for easy transport. 



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