Cypress Fire Pit

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Sale price$159.00 Regular price$174.99


The Cypress Fire Pit is Outland Living's take on a portable propane fire pit. Stay warm and gather around on your next multi-day trip during a fire ban.
  • Includes: Cover + Carry Kit - easy to transport, even on your raft!
  • Includes pre-attached 10' hose + regulator, 4.4 lb natural lava rock set, propane tank stabilizer ring, unique Stainless Steel Helios burner - don't worry about water!
  • Great to bring on your river trip! Warm up quickly; fire OK during most fire bans!
  • 58,000 BTU/HR, for use with a standard 20 lb (5 gallon) propane tank
  • High-quality steel construction with protective powder coating + enamel finish
  • Chrome valve knob offers adjustable flame height
  • Stainless-steel burner + fasteners
  • CSA approved to use during most fire bans
  • No assembly required; compact + easy to transport


  • Model #: 863 (FMPPC2F)
  • Dimensions: L 21" x W 21" x H 9.2"
  • Weight: 25.5 lbs
  • Colour: Black
  • Ignition Type: Manual Ignition

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