FireCan Fire Pit
FireCan Fire Pit
FireCan Fire Pit
FireCan Fire Pit
FireCan Fire Pit
FireCan Fire Pit
FireCan Fire Pit
FireCan Fire Pit
FireCan Fire Pit
FireCan Fire Pit

FireCan Fire Pit

Regular price$179.95
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*WE ARE SORRY, BUT THE FIRECAN IS NOT AVAILABLE TO SHIP OUTSIDE THE USA

The Ignik FireCan is safe, easy, and packable for campfire anywhere you go. 
  • COMPACT & DURABLE - Tried-and-true ammo can design, stows, and fits anywhere. Collapsible legs and removable lid, are easy to set up and quick to break down.

  • MORE HEAT, MORE FLAME - Mesh sides increase visibility and transmission of heat.

  • FOREST SAFE - Replaces wood fires, raised off the forest floor.

  • PLUG AND PLAY - Includes everything you need, all together. Includes FireCan and a 5 ft. quick-release hose with adjustable regulator.

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SPECS:

Dimensions

12 x 6 x 7.5 in | 30.4 x 15.2 x 19 cm

Weight

11 lbs. 3.2 oz.

Hose Compatibilty

Inlet, QCC 1 | Outlet Quick Connect

Burn Time (Max Flame)

144 minutes

Fuel Type

Propane

Heat Output

38,000 BTU

Dimensions

12 x 6 x 7.5 in | 30.4 x 15.2 x 19 cm

Weight

9.2 lbs. 4.2 kg.

Hose Compatibilty

Inlet, QCC 1 | Outlet Quick Connect

Fuel Type

Propane

Heat Output

> 50,000 BTU

Dimensions

12 x 6 x 7.5 in | 30.4 x 15.2 x 19 cm

Weight

13.8 lbs. | 5.9 kg

Hose Compatibilty

Inlet, QCC 1 | Outlet Quick Connect

Fuel Type

Propane

Heat Output

38,000 BTU

FIRECAN
COMPARISON

Which is right for you?

SAFE, EASY, PACKABLE, CAMPFIRE

Small Can, Big Fire. The Ignik FireCans are safe, easy, and packable for campfire anywhere you go. With a tried-and-true compact design, the FireCan is rugged and easy to store and transport, bringing the fun of campfire to places a traditional campfire can't go. Featuring folding legs, a toolless, quick-release hose, and a removable lid everything you need is included in one easy-to-carry package. Sets up in seconds and provides an adjustable flame that is visible through the mesh sides and radiates heat to where you need it. Great for camping, the beach, overland adventures, tailgating, and any outdoor hang-out.

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FEATURES

FIRECAN™

FIRECAN ELITE™

FIRECAN DELUXE™

 

 

 

 

Body Material

Powder Coated Steel

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Lid Material

Enamel Painted Steel

Anodized Aluminum

Stainless Steel

Heat Output

<50K BTU/hr

Over 50K BTU/hr

<50K BTU/hr

Weight

13.2 lbs | 5.9 kg

10.1 lbs | 4.6 kg

14 lbs | 6.4 kg

Forest Safe

YES

YES

YES

Compact & Durable

YES

YES

YES

Quick-Connect Valve

YES

YES

YES

Silicone Handles

YES

YES

YES

Integrated Flame Control Knob

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YES

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5 PSI Regulator

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YES

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CSA Certified

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YES

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Tank Stand

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YES

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Removable Grill Insert

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YES

Grease Tray

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YES

Fire Pit Mode + Grill Mode

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YES

Temperature Control Knob

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YES

PREVENTING WILDFIRES

Wildfires destroy an average of 6-million acres of land in the US each year, cause billions of dollars’ worth of destruction and account for about 20% of the global carbon emissions. With the increased presence of wildfires, burn bans have become commonplace, limiting where and when we can enjoy a campfire. We make it simple to enjoy a fire while following burn-ban restrictions with an easy to pack, easy to use firepit.

QUICK FAQS

The FireCan has a heat output of about 38,000 BTU/hr. on its high setting. In general, 1 gallon of propane can output about 91,500 BTU. Our 5 lb. Gas Growlers hold roughly 1.2 gallons of propane, so a full Gas Growler will run the FireCan on max setting for approximately 2.5 - 3 hours. High altitude and low temperatures can affect propane burn efficiency, so these numbers may vary depending on conditions. 

Unfortunately, we do not sell the grill inserts separately, and have found that it would likely not work well in our standard FireCan. The original FireCan's flame is not exactly suitable for cooking, and is calibrated for heat, while the FireCan Deluxe has two separate burners, one for heat and one for cooking.

Yes! However, please make sure you only use lava rocks or glass that are specifically intended for fire pits and high heat applications. You can find these in most hardware stores in the patio/garden section. River rocks, stones, and lava rocks used for landscaping are not designed for high heat and can crack or explode if heated in a fire. 

Do not put any solid fuels such as wood into the FireCan. It is designed to safely combust propane only.

Customer Reviews

Based on 91 reviews
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Steven A Cummins
Sturdy camping buddy

We go camping upstate NY near Rosco where the fishing is good and the wildlife is abundant. Unfortunately the area is chilly at night even in summer, Another camper near us was using your product and we were impressed by the heat given off, the easy setup and how sturdy it is. It also allows you not to collect or buy wood. It has an environmental plus as well - no fire ring needed that scars the land.

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C.
So fire, so good

I have the Firecan Elite. As I live in Canada, I got to choose between the Elite and…well…the Elite, but given the choice I would pick this model anyway. That said, I can understand some of the gripes and complaints, as the other two models do not give off the same BTU’s as this model (rated in Canada at 58,000 BTU). I am located in Southwestern BC (Lower Mainland in the Coastal Mountain Range) and over the last three years we have experienced open fire restrictions and outright fire bans from mid May to about end of September. As such we rely heavily on propane fire pits. I am a Scout leader, and within my group we have numerous different models of propane fire pits, some with Lava Rocks and some without. My old fire pit (a locally produced product that I purchased about 12 years ago) used Vermiculite to diffuse and spread the flame, which performed poorly compared to Lava Rocks and subsequently only produced about 29,000 BTU (half of what the Fire Can Elite and other fire pits that use lava rocks puts out).
Our Venture Scout group just came back from a large regional camp where I got to use my Fire Can for the first time. When I first pulled it out I got a lot of comments from other leaders about how tiny it was and the impression that it was going to be basically useless. After using it for three nights in temperature down to about 8°C (about 45°F) they all changed their opinions and numerous other leaders and fellow campers were intrigued by it. We had it on the lowest setting and were able to keep a group of about 10 people warm. Ideally this may not be the best choice for a larger group, but it is more than adequate for a family or 4 to 6 and had no problem keeping our 10+ group warm. It isn’t perfect, but it is definitely better than some fire pits out there. I don’t know how well it would work without the lava rocks, but as I have already had experience with fire pits with and without lava rocks I wouldn’t even try without.
The issues I found with it (what I would like to see changed or improved upon in future models)? First, the hose is too short. I would like to see it at least 8 feet long, and possibly marked with bright colour. I plan to add yellow duck tape to my hose in an alternating (hazard) pattern so it can be easily seen. I do have some concern with the unit being so small if someone were to walk into the hose it could easily tip over the unit. Especially with the shorter hose floating off the ground. I really like the orange silicon feet for when the main feet are in the closed position. It helps to prevent it from sliding around in the back of your vehicle (when it isn’t jam packed with all your other camping gear😉). The problem is they do come off quite easily and you have to be careful not to lose them. My third gripe is with the ends of the unit. The sides have a cut out diamond mesh pattern which visually stands out as well as allowing better radiant heat, but the ends are solid and you can feel the difference with the reduced heat. It would be nice if some of the diamond mesh could be incorporated on the sides to better distribute the heat, making it more usable.
I will note some of the changes you have already made with the Elite (over the original) is a better regulator allowing for higher BTU, the addition of a control knob on the unit as opposed to just controlling it from the tank valve, and moving the inlet pipe to the short side where it is better protected by the legs of the unit. Although it may help to recess it some (if possible).
As I said earlier, we had no problem with 10 people around the unit (except those relegated to the sides without the diamond screen). That was when using the lowest setting. If it was colder the flame can be turned up and doing so definitely gives off considerably more heat but also would burn through the propane much quicker. From our experience we estimated this should last at least 6 to 7 nights (about 4 hours each night) on its lowest setting.
When I first brought this home, my wife immediately asked why, as I already had the other (older) fire pit that I never use anymore. My response was as it was so big, it was too inconvenient to lug around. Not to mention the excess amount of room it took up in my vehicle and the low output. The Vermiculite was also easy to spill and make a mess. These are all problems that the Fire Can Elite overcomes and I look forward to camping with a camp fire once again.
Once I get more experience and use out of it I will update my review, but for now I definitely recommend this product, particularly for families and smaller groups.

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Customer
Stopped working, two different units

Purchased and loved it for the first few uses, then it stopped working. Returned it, second one stopped working, assumed it was the propane tank, switched propane tanks, worked a few more times then stopped working. Tested propane tank on our gas bbq, propane tank worked fine. All I can assume is that the hose, for some reason, trips the safety valve in the propane tank and it won’t feed the gas to the unit. Returned the second unit. Just for clarification it was a new hose with the second unit.

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Russell Brown
Fire Can

Works great low profile, I can have it out when fire ban is in place. I can heat the tent , Cook off it.
Just bought the moon rocks as well, Helps hold the heat at the can.

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Lisa Lait
Game Changer

I wasn't initially sold on getting the Firecan. But I saw one used at a campout and immediately wanted one. I have recently used it on my patio. It's portable, easy to use, and no smoke!

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