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Snow Peak Takibi Solo

The Takibi Solo from Snow Peak is a small fireplace that offers a familiar fireside experience in a new compact design. Intended for a single user, the firepit folds completely flat, making it ideal for space-conscious adventures and remote excursions. The compact contraption features two legs, a base plate, and fireplace body. You can also pair it with the Grill and Plate set (sold separately) for a variety of cooking surfaces. With a total weight of 9.47 lbs, the whole thing ships in a tote-style bag.



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