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Jennifer Haller
about 2 months ago • Seattle

Solo Stove?

We're thinking about getting a Solo Stove for backyard enjoyment and to safely burn up the branches/wood we've collected from yard work - are they as great as they seem?
Fire Pit
5 replies
about 2 months ago
We were looking at those but ended up going with a Tiki fire pit and really like it. It’s a similar concept but we preferred the look and it can burn wood or pellets. The one part that was a disappointment was a screen they sold separately - the fit is a bit off and the paint peeled! It looks like they might be coming out with a new screen, probably based on the negative feedback.
Fire Pit
  • about 2 months ago
I know a lot of happy Solo owners. When push came to shove we ended up getting a propane model instead, though - TACKLife Propane Fire Pit.
  • about 2 months ago
We chose a gas fireplace but my Solo Stove friends LOVE it, and its great for roasting marshmallows. My friend says its getting a lot of use during Covid for sure.
  • about 2 months ago
We have friends with a solo stove, and they love it. We've been over for several socially-distant gatherings around the solo, and it is amazingly easy to start and mostly smoke-free.
Fire Pit
  • about 2 months ago
We got one in October and have been loving it. They really are very low smoke and add nice warmth for COVID friendly outdoor gatherings.
Fire Pit
  • about 2 months ago

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