Have a similar firepit (I own three, LOL, and burn a lot of fires). The problem is the depth of the pit. The fire sits on a grate far above the bottom of the pit, which prevents a nice coal bed, so the fire does not burn hot. I've learned from experience shallow firepits work best for generating heat. If you want a pretty fire, this is fine; if you want to stay warm while drinking with friends on your patio on a cold winter night, get a shallow pit - it burns hotter.
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