1195-S-102

Portable Campfire - 6 Pack Case of 6

By OneLogFire

$65.95
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Enjoy the magic of a campfire in a tidy, transportable package. Incredibly easy, this quick-light log provides a self-contained flame that lasts for up to two hours. All the fun of an outdoor flame without the risk or commitment of a full campfire.

  • Made in the USA: Minnesota
  • Materials: Kiln-dried pine wood
  • Handmade
  • Felled from renewable forests
  • Setup is simple—just light the firestarter through an opening in the side, located under the label
  • Vertical, self-contained flame. Hollowed log burns from the inside-out. Also protects the flame from the wind
  • Non-toxic firestarter
  • Easily transportable with rope handle
  • Burn time of approximately two hours
  • Set contains six logs
  • Warning: For use outdoors, in a fire pit, fireproof base, in a fire pit, or in a fireplace
  • Extinguish with water when finished burning
  • Always use caution when handling fire
  • Dimensions (each): 8" x 5.0 - 5.49" diameter
  • Weight (each): 3 lb

38 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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4

Bring extra twine or use the handle

8/30/2017 by Wendie

I brought these to a girls' weekend in a rural cabin. The "fuse" that you light at the bottom of the piece will go out by itself without burning enough to catch the rest of it. Fortunately, I used my pocket knife to remove and shred the rope handle to replace it for more tinder, and then they went nicely in the fireplace. Having extra tinder is always a good idea in any firelay situation. :)More > < Less

4

Adorable for gifts

12/22/2016 by Cheryle

I bought a six pack for holiday gifts. People seemed to like them. I was a little disappointed that some of the logs had cracks in them, however. I hope to get feedback from them when they actually use the logs.More > < Less

4

Some cracks, but OK

8/8/2016 by Karen

I was concerned when my six-pack arrived. Five 0f the six logs had vertical cracks from top to bottom. I was told by The Grommet that the Seller said that was normal. I had purchased these as gifts and didn't want anyone to have problems (and burn their house down), so I had a friend burn one as a test. They loved it and said there were no issues. It was approximately a $10 test, which is a bummer. I think it would help if the pictures reflect what the buyer is getting and an explanation about the cracks is cleared up before the purchase.More > < Less

4

Good

5/11/2015 by Mike

Seems to work very well...Easy Start, and kept burning for an hour or so. A little pricey for a piece of wood, but you pay for convenience!! Mike
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4

I like the product

3/24/2015 by LOIS

They a little harder to start then suggested.

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OneLogFire - Tabletop Camp Fire

About OneLogFire

All fired up

From the fresh pines of northern Minnesota comes OneLogFire, a handcrafted log that’s as easy to light as it is beautiful to gather around and enjoy.

Nobody knows for sure exactly when fire was first discovered. Needless to say, it was a long time ago. So it’s surprising that in today’s day and age, starting a fire can still be quite tricky. That’s why the Bies family created OneLogFire—a transportable, quick-light log that provides a self-contained fire for backyard barbeques, camping trips, and other outdoor activities.

Felled from local, renewable forests, each handcrafted, kiln-dried log is made in Minnesota and built to burn for two hours. Unlike other wood-burning fires, OneLogFire stands vertically and pulls in oxygen to burn from the inside out. A firestarter on the side makes it simple to light. Once lit, two hours of warmth and ambience are yours to enjoy, worry-free from passing breezes and mess-free compared to traditional campfires. Made of non-toxic materials, OneLogFire burns clean and hot enough for roasting marshmallows and other light cooking.

The inspiration for this unique design dates back to the days of the Vikings. Kudos to this family-run business for looking to the past for a creative solution to an age-old problem.