|Product Name||Lodge Camp Dutch Oven Lid Lifter|
|Category||Cleaning Supplies / Equipment|
|Short Description||Height:2 inches / Length:15 inches / Weight:0 pounds / Width:4 inches|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B0000TPDJE|
|Price New||10.00 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Long Description||This is an essential tool when cooking in a camp Dutch oven. The "T" bar design adds leverage and comes in handy when lifting the lid or moving Dutch ovens from fire to table. Constructed from heavy duty steel with high temperature black finish. 15" in length, 9 mm bar stock.|
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