LANDMANN 24-Inch Brookfield Black Steel Round Wood Fire Pit
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24-Inch Brookfield Black Steel Round Wood Fire Pit
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- All-new design
- 24 in. diameter x 7 in. deep fire bowl with rolled edges
- Mini Diamond pattern
- 4 strong, curved wraparound legs
- Full coverage spark guard
- Matte black high heat finish
- 24 inch poker
- Burn Surface Area: 415 sq. in.
Whether your backyard is big or small, the newly designed Brookfield fire pit is designed to fit. This firepit, 24 in diameter and a 7 deep fire bowl with rolled edges, has a fire bowl deep enough to contain firewood to keep your family and friends warm for hours.
Diamond cut-outs are not just for show, its for flow. Each opening allows your fire to last longer due to the circulation of airflow.
Keep wobbling where it belongs, on the dance floor. The Brookfiled has four strong, decorative, curved wraparound legs; coupled with a support ring that provides a durable base that wont tip.
Bromley comes equipped with a full coverage spark guard so you may enjoy your fire without worrying about uncontrollable embers flying where you dont want them.
If you invest in quality youll rarely be disappointed. The Brookfield is built to withstand the heat and the elements with sturdy steel construction that is finished in a high heat finish.
Read Owner Manual, including all warnings, prior to assembly and/or use.
|Includes||24 in poker|
The following information is subject to change without notice
|Prop 65 Warning||Warning: Fuels used in wood or charcoal burning appliances, and the products of combustion of such fuels, can expose you to chemicals including carbon black, which is known to the state of California to cause cancer, and carbon monoxide, which is known to the state of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.|