Many primitive campsites don’t always have fire pits available, so having a portable one can come in handy. Among the many portable fire pits now on the market, Solo Stove has a unique design that originated from their Solo Stove camping stove.
The Solo Stove Fire Pit comes in various sizes and works under the same principles as the small ultralight backpacking stove. It’s designed to burn wood and be smokeless. The Fire Pits are larger versions but with some added features.
The Ranger is the smallest fire pit, followed by the Bonfire (mid-sized), and Yukon (largest). They are all smokeless and wood-burning, but the Ranger is perfect for portability in camping and Overlanding conditions. After the fire pit cools down (about 45 minutes), the pit breaks down and fits into a durable canvas carrying case. The Ranger weighs only 20-lbs and is made from 304 stainless steel and measures 15″ x 12.5″.
More information on all of the Solo Stove products can be found on the company’s website: www.solostove.com.