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Old 09-13-2019   #21
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SURPRISE, Arizona
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Mine came today was brand new, un-used as well. Who buys things like this and just returns them with out even assembling? Sucks to be a seller. Had to watch the videos to make sure I had it right. Its a little bigger then the retarded old fire pan,( when you include a grate) but lighter and will be easier to pack. On top of that its bigger and is elevated which should be more enjoyable. I guess the only concern is the random wood you use most of the time. Wont be any burning a log across the top in half for instance. Going to be awhile before I use it, but definitely a more practical, classy set up.
You would be absolutely flabbergasted at how many of these we get back that are still in the sealed shipping box. Means they ordered from Amazon got the box to their door, DIDN'T EVEN OPEN IT and filed for a return.

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Old 09-13-2019   #22
 
steamboat springs, Colorado
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thanks for making such a great product! i sold a few more of these things for you on my last river trip
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Old 09-14-2019   #23
 
Colorado, Colorado
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Got mine last Thursday and opened the box and the thing was literally brand new, never taken out of the box/bag or set up. Thanks for such a killer deal!
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Old 09-14-2019   #24
 
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Arvada, Colorado
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Got mine today and set it up, can't wait to try it out on a river trip! I really like the way it breaks down and is so light compared to a traditional fire pan.


Many thanks for the sweet deal!
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Old 09-25-2019   #25
 
Grand Junction, Colorado
Join Date: Mar 2019
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Received mine this week and I'm pretty sure everything is brand new. I set it up in the living room and quality and ease of setup/breakdown was fantastic. I can't wait to use it on the river next month. Thanks for offering these up at a discount to MB.
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Old 10-10-2019   #26
 
Cottage Grove, Oregon
Paddling Since: 1975
Join Date: Mar 2014
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Pop-Up Pit is fantastic!

Damn, I love a great bargain on a great piece of equipment. Got mine a couple weeks ago. All brand new, no more heavy ass steel for a fire..
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Old 10-18-2019   #27
 
Bellingham, Washington
Paddling Since: 1993
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Pit regs on MS

I got a return call from Lisa Byer (sp?) the ranger for the main Salmon after leaving a VM prior to my trip last week. I carried a solo stove (which is & was awesome), and asked her take on it. She clicked it up on the intertube and couldn't say one way/another.

She did refer me to the pop-up pit, claiming it's what she and her crew have been using, which seems testimony enough in terms of approval for her jurisdiction.
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Old 10-18-2019   #28
 
Ridgway, Colorado
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Just another stoked customer. "Pre-owned" pit was as new when it arrived. It's had around 10 fires in it at this point, some bigger than recommended, works flawlessly. As others have said; friends at first shook their heads in disbelief and then started going for their wallets. I'll probably buy another mesh or two, not because, I don't trust it (it seems bomber so far) but, it does seem like the potential weak link.
If you're using a fire blanket, don't bother with the heat shield.
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Old 10-23-2019   #29
 
Durango, Colorado
Paddling Since: 2012
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I finally toked mine up the other night, these things are awesome!

I noticed some of the foil lining stuff peeling up from my heat shield, I suspect from getting wet when boating, has anyone else had an issue with that?
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Old 10-23-2019   #30
 
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I finally toked mine up the other night, these things are awesome!

I noticed some of the foil lining stuff peeling up from my heat shield, I suspect from getting wet when boating, has anyone else had an issue with that?
I haven't used my heat shield much but my friend has and it's basically falling apart after this season. The whole heat shield design is pretty bad, in my opinion, especially the velcro sticky attachment points. Fortunately it is rarely needed on the river. The rest of the pan has been amazing.
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