Introducing Lavabox, a portable campfire solution designed for outdoor enthusiasts seeking a hassle-free and safe way to have a fire anytime, anywhere. Lavabox is the brainchild of Joshua Thurmond, who started by hand-making burners in his garage in Denver, Colorado. Today, Lavabox has a patent-pending burner and a range of models and accessories to suit your needs.
The Simple Design
The Lavabox is designed to run off propane, making it incredibly easy to use. There’s no need to gather firewood, deal with smoke or ashes, or worry about starting a wildfire. All Lavabox models are compatible with a common 3/8” flare fitting for easy connections.
How to Get Started
Setting up your Lavabox is quick and straightforward. First, ensure the campfire is placed on a level, stable, and non-combustible surface. Remove the cap and lid from your chosen Lavabox model and ensure the valve on the gas source and regulator are in the OFF position. Connect the regulator to the gas source and the hose to the campfire. Test the gas flow and use a long lighter to ignite the first burner hole. Adjust the fire height using the regulator.
Tabletop Vol-CAN-no: Compact and travel-ready, the Tabletop Vol-CAN-no is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts who value portability. It comes with an ultra-tough burner and screen, regulator and hose, 12 Hades Stones, and a goodie bag.
The Tacana Twosome: Combining the Tabletop Vol-CAN-no with the Over/Under Grill Thingy, the Tacana Twosome allows you to cook and enjoy a fire simultaneously. This set includes 12 Hades Stones, a 5ft hose and regulator, and a goodie bag.
Krakatoa FireBreather: As the largest Lavabox campfire, the Krakatoa FireBreather is perfect for those who desire a more substantial fire. It includes a 5ft hose and regulator, 24 Hades Stones, and a goodie bag.
Hekla: Made from full 304 stainless steel, including a new stainless-steel burner, the Hekla offers durability and elegance in one package.
Naked Tabletop Vol-CAN-no: This model features untreated, cold-rolled steel, allowing it to develop a natural patina over time.
Safety and Fire Bans
Lavabox generally meets or exceeds Stage 1 and Stage 2 fire restriction requirements. However, always consult local law enforcement about fire restrictions before using your Lavabox. Never leave the Lavabox unattended and only allow adults to operate it. Ensure it is used in a well-ventilated outdoor area and placed on a firm, nonflammable surface.
Fuel Consumption and Cooking
A Tabletop model will last about 12-16 hours on a 10LB propane tank, depending on the flame height. You can cook on your Lavabox using the specially designed Over/Under Grill Thingy or your own elevated grill. Ensure there’s 1-2 inches of space between the ammo can and your cookware for proper ventilation.
Lavabox and Protect Our Rivers
Lavabox Portable Campfire is committed to protecting the environment and will donate $1 to Protect Our Rivers for every order. By purchasing a Lavabox, you are directly supporting river health conservation, education, and access initiatives.
Lavabox is an innovative portable campfire solution for those who love the outdoors and want an easy, safe, and environmentally responsible way to enjoy a fire. With various models and accessories available, there’s a Lavabox to suit every adventurer. By choosing Lavabox, you’re not only enhancing your outdoor experience but also contributing to the preservation of our rivers and ecosystems.