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Suburban, a division of Airxcel, introduces new fire pit

ELKHART, Ind. —  Suburban, a division of Airxcel, introduces the Voyager Portable Fire Pit for outdoor recreational use. The Voyager is the perfect alternative to traditional campfires, creating a relaxing outdoor ambience whether at home, camping, tailgating, on the road, at the beach or on the trail.

“It’s lightweight and easy to carry with legs that fold and lock and a locking lid for transport and storage,” said Larry Lebryk, director of marketing for Airxcel. “Its large 15-inch diameter burner provides 54,000 BTU of smoke-free comfort and sets up in seconds.”

The Voyager eliminates the need for firewood since it operates on LP Gas and comes with large white pumice stones. The durable construction provides seasons of use, while the 360-degree flame view allows everyone to enjoy the fire pit. The Suburban Voyager Portable Fire Pit eliminates the traditional labor needed to have a campfire. Just set it up, turn on the LP Gas, turn the Piezo Ignitor and adjust the variable flame.

“Now you can take the fellowship and warmth of a campfire with you wherever you go. It is the perfect addition to your outdoor entertainment space,” said Lebryk.

Suburban, a division of Airxcel, has been serving the RV Industry for over 50 years. Its lines of quality furnaces, ranges, ovens and water heaters are among the most highly respected gas appliances in the industry.

SOURCE: Suburban press release








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Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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