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The popular Solo Stove fire pit is 25% off right now

This fire pit is one of our favorite pandemic purchases

A couple sit around an outdoor fire pit on a beach. Credit: Solo Stove

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There's nothing like sitting outside around a fire at night with friends or family members telling stories and roasting S'mores or grilling hot dogs on sticks. You don’t have to limit this relaxing experience to just campouts, however. Right now, much-loved Solo Stove fire pits are 25% off, so you can sit back and chill in your own backyard—one model is even selling for just $200!

How good are these fire pits? Reviewed's head of product, Sunil Doshi, said his new pit was probably his "favorite thing I bought during the pandemic." Needless to say, his Bonfire (originally $349.99, now $254.99) Solo Stove more than lived up to the hype. "I was dubious of the smokeless claims, but I was proven wrong," Sunil said. "While there is a little smoke when you first light it, within minutes, the smoke dwindles to almost nothing. It felt like magic the first time I used it."

A close-up shot of a Solo Stove outdoor fire pit.
Credit: Solo Stove

The Solo Stove Bonfire model has a 5-star rating from thousands of happy customers who love the near-smokeless operation of this fire pit.

The Bonfire—like all of the company's fire pit models—uses Solo Stove's signature 360-degree airflow design, which creates its near-smokeless burn by pulling air through the bottom vent holes and sending heated air to the top. It also makes for minimal ash cleanup. This model weighs just 20 pounds, making it portable enough to use both in your own backyard and on camping trips. As a result, nearly 7,500 happy customers have given this fire pit their 5-star stamp of approval, calling it "efficient" and "clean burning."

For greater portability, there's the 15-pound Solo Stove Ranger fire pit, which is down $70 from $269.99 to $199.99 and has a 4.9-star average rating, with owners saying they love using it for RV travel. The 38-pound Solo Stove Yukon fire pit, meanwhile, is the company's largest model and has been reduced in price from $599.99 to $449.99, slicing $150 off the final price tag.

Whether you want to set up a pit permanently in your backyard or take one out on the open road, there's a Solo Stove fire pit for every scenario. With free shipping and returns, a lifetime guarantee and now 25% off, the timing couldn't be better. 

Get a Solo Stove Fire Pit from $199.99 (Save $70 to $150)

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