‘Shark Tank’: Where To Buy Lavabox Portable Campfire
The investors from Shark Tank are back this week with a brand-new episode and they will see something for outdoorsmen. The Lavabox Portable Campfire is a new device that promises heat in almost any condition and the inventors are looking for sharks to invest in the product.
Here is what you need to know about the Lavabox and where you can buy it.
What is the Lavabox Portable Campfire on Shark Tank?
The Lavabox Portable Campfire is a way for outdoor enthusiasts to have a hassle-free and safe fire anytime and anywhere. Joshua Thurmond invented the handheld burners in his garage in Denver, Colorado. It is currently patent-pending, and he has a range of models for just about anyone’s needs.
The device runs off propane and that makes it very easy to use. There is no need for wood or the nuisance of smoke and ashes. They are safe when it comes to the dangers of wildfires and they are compatible with a common 3/8″ flare fitting for connections.
The Lavabox is also easy to use. Once it is set on a level, stable, and non-combustible surface, the user removes the cap and lid and makes sure the gas source is in the Off position. After connecting the regulator to the gas source and the hose to the campfire, ignore the burden hole and adjust the fire height using the regulator.
Where to buy the Lavabox Portable Campfire from Shark Tank
Anyone who has to have a Lavabox Portable Campfire after seeing it on Shark Tank can find them on the official website at fireanytime.com. If you share your email address for future deals, you can get 10% off the first order from the website.
There are several options for anyone who wants this outdoor device.
The Tabletop Vol-CAN-no is small and portable and comes with an ultra-tough burner and screen. It also comes with the regulator and Hose, 12 Hades Stones, and a goodie bag. This runs for $199.
The Tacana Twosome combines that with a grill and allows a person to cook over it while also enjoying the fire. It includes a 5ft hose and regulator and the 12 Hades Stones. This costs $229.
The Krakatoa FireBreather is the largest of the devices, and it comes with 24 Hades Stones along with the 5ft hose and regulator. The price of this is $349.
The Heckla is made from full 304 stainless steel and includes a stainless-steel burner. This costs $329.
Finally, the Naked Tabletop Vol-CAN-no has untreated cold-rolled steel.
These devices will last for about 12 to 16 hours on a 10LB propane tank, depending on the height of the flame. When cooking, ensure there are at least 1-2 inches of space between the ammo can and the cookware.
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