Prod­uct of the month

Countryfile Magazine - - Lazy Days -

A trio of prod­ucts for you this month. It takes a while to set­tle in and feel at home in a wood­land. One of the best ways to change pace and slow down is to build a fire. A fire pit will con­tain your fire safely; I think it’s worth get­ting the big­gest you can. The Kat­mai Fire

pit (£49.99, robens.de/en) is pretty sub­stan­tial: at nearly 6kg and mea­sur­ing 73cm wide, you won’t want to lug it far. But at that size, you can build a fire big enough to keep a bunch of wood­land-lovers warm. (Bear in mind that it can’t be left out per­ma­nently as it has no drainage and will fill with wa­ter.)

One good way to cook over a fire is with a tri­pod. If trav­el­ling light, Robens’ Tele­scopic Alu­minium

Tri­pod (£54.99, robens.de/en) weighs un­der 1kg and will fit in a back­pack. And, of course, you’ll want a cuppa, too. The Kirt­ley

Com­pan­ion Ket­tle (£24.95, green­man­bushcraft.co.uk) will keep you brew­ing up for years to come, and will look even bet­ter as it turns more black­ened and worn.

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