Greenlife Portable Camping Outdoor Fire Pit with Carry Bag - Stainless Steel

Made with Stainless Steel, this Fire Pit is an ideal solution for campfire containment, allowing campers to enjoy a campfire while eliminating the need for a permanent fire ring made of stones and leaving little trace when camp is packed up. This Fire-Pit folds flat for compact storage and features a handy bag so it can be stored away when it's not in use. 

Size - 630L x 550W x 180H mm


  • Grey carry bag included for easy storage
  • Easy to assemble and use
  • Includes fire pit panels, fire pit base and storage bag
  • Stylish & modern feature for your outdoor entertaining area
  • Minimalist style
  • Great addition for entertaining outside, easy to pack away
  • Ideal for camping and traveling on the road or in the caravan
  • Nuts and bolts included
  • Adds ambience & warmth in cooler months
  • We recommend storing your fire pit under cover or out of the elements when you're not using it. This will increase the lifespan and durability of your fire pit.

Colour: Stainless Steel

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Type: Fire Pits

Vendor: Greenlife



  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 630 x 550 x 180mm
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Steel Thickness: 1.5mm
  • 1 Year warranty

Greenlife Fire Pit Safety Tips

  1. Choose a suitable location. Place the fire pit on a non-flammable surface, such as concrete, dirt or stone, away from any structures, plants, trees, or overhanging branches.
  2. Always ensure the surface is flat and level to prevent the fire pit from rocking or moving whilst it's alight 
  3. Use the right fuel. Only use dry, seasoned firewood or charcoal in your fire pit. Avoid using flammable liquids like petrol or kerosene.
  4. Use gloves and/or a fire poker when moving hot coals and logs in the fire pit
  5. Keep a fire extinguisher or water source nearby. In case of emergencies, it's essential to have a means to quickly and effectively put out the fire.
  6. Supervise the fire. Never leave the fire unattended, especially if there are children or pets around. Make sure the fire is completely extinguished before leaving the area and ensure the fire pit has cooled down as the metal will stay hot for a while after the fire is out.
  7. Do not use during Total Fire Bans or during high risk fire danger ratings

Always prioritise safety when using a fire pit or dealing with fire-related activities. If you have any doubts or concerns, consult with us or your local authorities or fire safety experts for more personalised guidance.

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