Important considerations when choosing Snow Peak Takibi Fire and Grill
Snow Peak s Takibi Fire and Grill creates a gathering anywhere. Packable, foldable and modular, it can be used as a fireplace or grill in the backyard or backcountry. Dimensions: Weight: 31. 5 lbs, Dimensions: 17. 75 x 17. 75 x 13in, Size Stowed: 22 x 25 x 6 in Made in Japan: The Takibi Fire and Grill is designed and manufactured in Japan, adhering to craftsmanship standards passed down over generations. Craftsmanship quality: Snow Peak s products are superior for the attention to design poured into each item. All products are made utilizing premium materials and processes, resulting in lifelong durability. Product : Snow Peak meets top engineering standards to ensure durability in challenging outdoor conditions. If a product doesn't function properly, contact User Services and we will repair or exchange for free if it fails to meet our standards.
Is this what you need when you buy Snow Peak Takibi Fire and Grill?
The most durable, well-designed and packable fireplace on the market, the Takibi Fire Grill makes a campfire possible anywhere. The set includes an outdoor grill attachment, serving as the foundation for amazing customization.
Set contains Fireplace Grill, Fireplace Grill Bridge, Pack Carry Fireplace L , Baseplate Stand and Fireplace Carrying Bag.
The Takibi Fire and Grill is made of durable stainless steel and designed in Japan for a lifetime of use. Packable, portable and modular, use the Takibi Fire and Grill to create a gathering anywhere. The five piece set includes Grill Net, Grill Bridge, Pack Carry Fireplace L, Baseplate and Carrying Case.
Customer reviewsVERY solid build, portable, and a joy to use
With the COVID-19 pandemic happening all around the World, our family has been under stay-at-home orders/suggestion for some time while working from home. Naturally, like many other families, we started getting a bit sick of staying at home all the time. My 4-year-old son and I were looking forward to the Memorial Day camping trip to Sequoia National Park that I had to cancel... So, I wanted to do something different to bring some sort of normalcy into his life: Backyard camping.