Solo Stove’s Fall Sale Includes the Reader-Favorite Tabletop Fire Pit That’s Perfect for Toasty S’mores
With fall officially underway, many of us have to start thinking of ways to keep warm while still enjoying the outdoors. Nothing beats a crackling bonfire on a crisp autumn evening — it’s even better this time of year than during the summer! One of our favorite fire pits, the Solo Stove Bonfire, has become a major reader-loved item because of its portable, easy-to-use design and smokeless flames. It’s the ultimate accessory for any backyard or patio — and now they even have a mini tabletop version!
The Solo Stove Bonfire is a powerhouse in a small vessel — it weighs just 20 pounds and stands a little over a foot tall. However, due to its Signature 360° Airflow design, it produces an efficient burn that requires little tending to once lit. Plus, it gives off smokeless flames for less irritation and smell. Many reviewers have claimed it’s become a camping or backyard essential, especially for people with asthma.
The way it works is that the vent holes on the bottom of the pit pull air in to continually fuel the fire at its base. Then, due to the double-wall structure, heated oxygen feeds through the top as well for an effective secondary burn. What you’ll be left with is an impressive, long-lasting blaze that won’t require babysitting — just toss a log on every now and then and enjoy. It also burns wood down to ash seamlessly, leaving you with minimal cleanup.
Last month, Solo Stove upgraded their fire pit to include a removable ash tray to make cleaning up after your fire even easier. Now, all you need to do is slide out the ash pan and dump the remains after they’ve cooled. As mentioned, you can also save big on the Yukon, the largest Solo Stove fire pit, or the Ranger, the smallest, depending on your preferences.
The newest addition to the Solo Stove family is Mesa, a compact mini fire pit designed for your outdoor table. It works the same way as the original Bonfire, but it’s made for those who lack a backyard or who want to make bringing their fire pit on the go even easier. It’s just 7 inches tall and 5 inches wide — large enough to warm up dinner guests and add nice ambience outdoors. And, you can use it to roast marshmallows!
Upgrade your backyard set up this fall with one of these fantastic fire pits from Solo Stove. We’re confident you’ll want to spend all your time outdoors!
This post originally appeared on Kitchn. See it here: Solo Stove’s Fall Sale Includes the Reader-Favorite Tabletop Fire Pit That’s Perfect for S’mores