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The patent pending Solo Stove Bonfire, the world's most unique fire pit, pushes the limits of both combustion airflow efficiency and minimalist outdoor design. It was painstakingly engineered to provide a backyard fire experience that cannot be duplicated. Using our patented design and specialized construction process, we have created the most beautiful single unit fire pit ever. Prepare yourself to be wowed by the Bonfire's mesmerizing flames and come closer together with friends and family outdoors.
Each portion of the bonfire is made of the highest grade 304 stainless steel and perfectly measured and formed. The bonfire presented us with some unique design challenges that required us to create custom tools. These tools, along with a precision construction process, and intricate multi-step finishing and polishing process result in a product that is both beautiful and durable.
The Bonfire is designed with a double wall to maximize the airflow of the burning process. The bottom holes allow oxygen to the feed the fire from below while simultaneously channeling warm oxygen up between the walls of the stove. This burst of preheated oxygen feeding back into the fire through the top holes causes a secondary combustion that results in a cleaner and more complete burn. A more complete burn means no more half-burnt logs to deal with. It also means very little smoke which means no more dodging smoke that seems to follow your every move.
The Bonfire's singular construction completely removes the need for parts and assembly. There is literally no setup. The Bonfire won't scorch the ground under it so it's safe to use on your porch, grass or patio. It was designed so standard sized firewood logs can be stacked inside. After an initial fire has started, the airflow process will begin to help the wood ignite. There is no need to wrestle with burning logs or dodge smoke and sparks.
117 people found this helpful.
Love this!! It doesn’t take much wood at all to get a nice fire. We needed heat on the deck and with the added cage on top we don’t need to worry about a fire on the deck. Great buy! The picture without the cage was 4 minutes after we started the fire. I also added a picture of the cage product if you want to order that too.
We love it!! Awesome Firepit!!
50 people found this helpful.
We bought this for a party and everyone was so impressed. Box came with well packaged tight foam frame for top and bottom of the bowl. Instruction is simple enough, put wood in the bowl and light it; how simpler can you get? As soon as the first log catches on fire, you really don’t need to do anything, you don’t have to keep turning them, blow air in as you would on traditional firepit; just keep adding when needed.
This is a great stove for the patio
25 people found this helpful.
This is a great stove for the patio. It is substantial but also easy to move ( when it’s not hot). I also like that it comes with a carry/ storage pouch so it is portable also. Another plus is that it can take standard length cut wood bundles you get at Lowes or Home Depot. The burn pattern is great, more like a chimney than a random open flame so no smoke in your face and it gets very hot! And because it is stainless it should last a long time.
43 people found this helpful.
Must have for the campfire connoisseur. The Solostove Bonfire burns very clean, never had a problem starting a fire. I have used it several times and never had to turn or flip the logs to keep the fire burning. Lots of heat. No smoke. Move the fire to different locations and never leave a mess. It’s perfect! Does everything as advertised.
The best Solo Stove EVER!!!
37 people found this helpful.
This is the best Solo Stove hands down!!! Is it expensive? yes. Is it worth it? HECK YEAH!!! I have the Titan, the Campfire and the Bonfire. They are all really good, but the Bonfire has quickly become my favorite. When I first got it, I was shocked at how big it was. This is NOT a backpacking stove by any means. Besides using it to keep warm on the patio, or the back yard at night, you could also us it to clean up the yard from any branches that have fallen. It does smoke a little when you first start it, but when it gets up to operating temperature there is no smoke. If you have a yard, and wood to burn BUY THIS NOW!!!!!!!
Wonderful flames, no smoke when used as directed
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Wonderful flames, no smoke when used as directed. Starting the fire can be a bit challenging and will smoke initially. According to the warranty, rain will essentially void so this cannot stay outdoors long term. Which means you will be cleaning it out after nearly every use. Cleaning it out is a pain because you have to get the ash to fall out of the holes… which might be best done by very quickly flipping it upside down, but it’s still a pain. Using mine for about 10 days now, have had 4-5 fires and the bottom is already starting to rust and it hasn’t been in the rain or out overnight. If you do get a fire started without smoke, it is really cool that you don’t smell like a campfire after sitting by it all night, even with a light breeze. I’d give it 5 stars if the bottom was removable to clean it out (maybe a twist lock of some sort?) Also, the bottom should be some sort of ceramic setup that won’t rust as easy.
WOW, WHAT A FLAME
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WOW, what a flame! Flame looks like it’s coming out of a jet engine once it gets heated up. It is a little slow and hard to get started but once going you can just toss in logs anywhere and the flame will keep roaring. It uses the same or a little less wood than my other fire pits but it’s way, way, easier to keep a good flame burning and when it extinguishes, there is only a fine ash soot left (no chard wood pieces). But please watch out because the top ring will get red hot and the rest of the stove gets extremely hot. So be very careful that nothing touches the stove or even comes close to it (kids, pets, pant legs, shoes, etc.). On the down side as mentioned by many others, the inside bottom rusts on the first use and it does NOT appear to have any kind of heavy duty metal on the bottom, so the longevity of this stove is suspect. We’ll see if the company backs up its product in a year or two.