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KAAYEE 22

KAAYEE 22" Iron Steel Fire Pit Bowl BBQ Grill Portable Folding W

$27

KAAYEE 22" Iron Steel Fire Pit Bowl BBQ Grill Portable Folding W

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Product description

Color:4 iron legs

Introductions:

This  22" Four-legged folding iron brazier is the best choice for you. Its distressed bronze shape, lattice detailing is a perfect decoration to decorate your yard. You can put it by the poolside or backyard. Its deep and wide pit can provide plenty of space for a raging fire, which gives you comfortable and warm space all night. Its lightweight and durable material made the pit more utilizable. You will like it so what are you waiting for?

Features:

1. Delicate shape can decorate the yard

2. Durable material is very utility

3. Have a deep and wide pit that can hold more wood

4. Flame-retardant spark guard provides you a safe and clean environment

5. Lightweight makes it carry conveniently

6. Heat resistance paint does not fade easily

Specifications:

1. Material: 100% Iron

2. Color: Black

3. Weight: 7.05lb / 3.2kg

4. Dimensions: (22 x 22 x 18.1)" / (56 x 56 x 46)cm (L x W x H)

Packaging Includes:

1 x Fire Pit

KAAYEE 22" Iron Steel Fire Pit Bowl BBQ Grill Portable Folding W

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