Your campfire is at the heart of any great outdoor experience but there are places where laying a fire on the ground is either impractical or illegal. For those situations, having a Primus Kamoto OpenFire Pit ($130) will provide that necessary aesthetic.
The pit folds down to make it easily stored and transported. The frame is constructed of powder-coated steel with stainless steel wind guards around the combustion chamber. It has bottom ventilation for improved burning and an ash tray underneath to protect the ground from falling embers and debris. It comes with a wire mesh grill grate for cooking utensils or for grilling directly over the flames. You can use either wood or charcoal and the larger of the two sizes offered holds the American standard 16″ logs.
The fire pit weighs just over 13 lbs. and a carry-case is available. While made for safer camping, the Kamoto OpenFire Pit works just as efficiently in your backyard or on your patio.