The Kankay is an Argentine-style grill, beautifully handcrafted in 4mm thick cast iron and coated with high-temperature resistant paint. Designed to be used in gardens, balconies and anywhere outdoors. With a detachable structure, it’s easy to dismount and store safe while not in use. Height can be adjusted to use it as a warming stove letting you enjoy the product all year round. The grill is supported by a thick metallic base and the iron stoker has a door to facilitate the handling of the fathoms. Includes two cooking bases: an iron grill and an iron plate.
The Amara is Kankay’s bigger cousin. Same spirit, larger experiences. An Argentine-style grill, beautifully handcrafted in 3mm thick cast iron and coated with high-temperature resistant paint, the Amara provides a unique cooking experience in a traditional argentine setting. Designed to be used in gardens, balconies and anywhere outdoors. With a detachable structure, it’s easy to dismount and store safe while not in use. Height can be adjusted to use it as a warming stove letting you enjoy the product all year round. The iron stoker has a door to facilitate the handling of the fathoms. Includes two cooking bases: an iron grill and an iron plate.
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We manufacture our products with the highest quality materials, in Argentina. Thanks to Kankay's commercial relations with DHL, our orders arrive at USA in 7 to 10 days.
No, the prices are those that appear on the page, at no extra cost.
KANKAY holds a limited lifetime warranty on all Smoke Less fire pits. This warranty covers any defects in material to workmanship of the product. However, this warranty does not cover any defects with respect to paint and surface rust on areas affected by fire or heat. See details on our warranty page.
Smokeless means less smoke. The firepits will still produce some smoke, but the overall amount of smoke produced is significantly less than a conventional fire pit, if burned correctly.
The key to achieving maximum smoke reduction is a very hot fire spread evenly throughout the fire pit. Be sure to have hot coals and fire burning against the outside wall of the fire pit as well. This will provide more heat in the double-walled air chamber, which in turn will provide a more aggressive air current up through the air chamber, forcing that secondary combustion which is so vital to a smokeless fire. Please note that adding logs to your fire does cause the fire to burn cooler, so allow approx. 10-20 minutes at the start of fire for the smoke to dissipate, and add logs one at a time throughout burn time to avoid a smoke increase. As for stacking the wood, our best recommendations are as follows: Be sure to use paper or starter fluid with small pieces of kindling, which will allow the heat to rise quickly. As the smaller pieces of split kindling burn, add larger, split logs (4-5" in diameter). We generally stack the wood log cabin style. Also be sure that your wood has been dried sufficiently before attempting to burn.
Yes. These drainage holes are important not only for water drainage but also to increase air flow during combustion to increase smoke reduction
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