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Solo Stove Bonfire

The Solo Stove Bonfire is being presented as the world´s first fire-pit made from premium grade 304 steel, it features a unique and proprietary design that boosts the combustion process by sucking up air through the venting system located at the bottom, feeding the necessary oxygen so that it keeps burning, heating and lighting up its surroundings. If you love the outdoors but hate the hassle of setting up a bonfire, this sleek and efficient fire-pit is the answer to your prayers. So choose your spot, gather your crowd, tune your guitar and get your fire burning fast with long-lasting heat. watch the video below



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