Campfire in a Can is a portable campfire that doesn’t require any work you would have to do with a traditional campfire. It’s lightweight, mobile, and can keep your whole campsite warm. The advantages of a movable campfire are;
You can use a portable campfire anywhere. You don’t have to think about it being in the woods or a location without dirt or natural fire. The directions on using a campfire in a can are simple and easy to follow, even for children. The instructions are straightforward, so it’s no problem trying to figure out how to use this product properly.
Durable and Affordable
Campfire in a Can is highly durable and is guaranteed to last through your outdoor activities. It will be quick to get the fire started, and it will help you keep warm even in the coldest temperatures.
Campfire in a Can is very affordable compared to other similar products. For this price, you would think that the product wouldn’t be very durable or high quality, but that’s not true. The product is exceptionally high quality and durable enough to last through many outdoor activities.
Does Not Allow to Build Up Too Much Heat
The plastic might look like it will get too hot, but the product will never exceed 350 degrees Fahrenheit. If you want to add to that, you can use your wood inside the fire ring and place a few rocks on its bottom so the fire will burn without catching on fire.
Lasts Through the Cold
A campfire can be used during the winter months and will not get damaged by the cold temperatures. It is more durable than other camping products like small backpacking stoves, grills, or campfires.
Never Leave Unattended
A campfire in a can is very light, and if you leave it outside unprotected, it could get stolen or damaged. Make sure that you always lock your product to prevent people from taking your product and preventing any potential damage.
Too Much Heat Production
Campfire in a Can does create a lot of heat and is also very easy to use, but it’s also crucial that you don’t let the fire get too hot. Make sure only to use wood that can burn on its own and never add gasoline or kerosene to the fire.
Campfire is for adults, so make sure that children are not getting their hands on this product. If you have smoking hot children playing with this product, make sure to keep an eye on them and make sure that they don’t get themselves in any danger. There will be a significant danger if this product gets too hot, so monitor whatever children are playing with.
Do Not Add Rocks
When putting the fire ring together, it’s essential to remember that you should not place the rocks into the fire ring. You should instead set the stones on the outside of the fire ring because the stones will get extremely hot and can cause severe burns.
Do Not Poke Holes
Poking holes into the foam is a big no-no because it makes it easier for you to burn yourself when you do this. The foam insulates from the heat, so it will help keep your hands from being burned. Poking holes into this product can cause burns and also severe injuries.