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Old 05-26-2015, 04:02 AM   #1
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3-In-1 Campfire In A Can - New Product

What do you think of this?

3-In-1 Campfire Propane, Wood & Charcoal

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Here's a link to some previous threads on this that may assist.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Camp...com&gws_rd=ssl
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Old 05-26-2015, 11:02 AM   #3
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Here's a link to some previous threads on this that may assist.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Camp...com&gws_rd=ssl
No those won't help as this is a brand new product being released in June. I always search before I post.
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Wow. That looks interesting. I'd be interested if it works half as well as demonstrated.


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I looked at these but I felt it was not what I was wanting. Instead I bought a collapsible fire ring and also a propane fire pit from Lowe's. I do not use charcoal so that is no loss. This way we can have a real fire if we chose or a quick and handy fire using the propane set up that is really a neat set up that produces a nice warm fire.

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I looked at these but I felt it was not what I was wanting. Instead I bought a collapsible fire ring and also a propane fire pit from Lowe's. I do not use charcoal so that is no loss. This way we can have a real fire if we chose or a quick and handy fire using the propane set up that is really a neat set up that produces a nice warm fire.

Garden Treasures 18.5-in W 54,000-BTU Bronze Portable Steel Propane Gas Fire Pit
I have one of these too

Shop Garden Treasures 18.5-in W 54,000-BTU Bronze Portable Steel Propane Gas Fire Pit at Lowes.com

It's great. $99. Might buy some extra ceramic logs for next season to add to the rocks that came with it

The product the OP showed looks pretty interesting. Keep us informed if you get one.

For now here in Florida I'm mostly interested in working AC and insect repellent.
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I have this on order and it should be delivered next month. (They used Go Fund Me and discounted initial purchases) I also have their original campfire in a can which I love. Been using it for about 6 years with no issues or problems. The old one will get moved to the backyard and retrofitted into a big flower pot/fire pit for those cool nights.


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Please update when you get it - looks fantastic!!!
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We love our current Campfire in a Can (propane only version.) We also think it looks much nicer than the convertible version they are now offering. We won't be without ours.

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I've used the propane only version of campfire in a can, and it's great. If they pull this off, i'll be buying one.
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