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Promoted 07-29-2016 by brisar at 04:31 AM View Original Post
Target.com has UniFlame 6-Sided Oil Rubbed Bronze Outdoor Fire Pit w/ Lattice Design on sale for $39.76. Shipping is free. Thanks caveat venditor

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  • A Target REDcard entitles you to 5% off most items, free shipping for online orders, and an extended return period.
  • This UniFlame 6-Sided Oil Rubbed Bronze Outdoor Firebowl has a removable lid to keep embers in. Dimensions: 24.8" High x 24" Wide x 24" Deep, Weight: 20.7 lbs. - brisar

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Edited July 29, 2016 at 03:41 AM by brisar
Amazon and Target have a six-sided fire pit / bowl with a lattice design in bronze. CCC shows normal price usually over $80.

Target:
http://www.target.com/p/uniflame-...A-15111323


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Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Endless-Su...B00BWBBFHS - OOS
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Wow, I was going to jump all over this, but the reviews dampened my flames.
48%- 5 star reviews.20%- 4 star reviews. Only 11% leave a 1-star review. Some people will never be happy. Most of the complaints are about rust. Well, in my experience, every fire pit will rust after you put a roaring fire in there and burn off all the paint. Its a $40 steel fire pit. Not an expensive cast iron, tiled, or ceramic coated pit.

Bottom line, you shouldn't expect it to stay rust free or looking like bronze unless you just burn a few twigs in it.
What are you talking about? This is a smoking hot deal! LMAO
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Wow, I was going to jump all over this, but the reviews dampened my flames.
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Seemed like mostly positive on Amazon.
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Quote from luckygecko View Post :
Wow, I was going to jump all over this, but the reviews dampened my flames.
LMAOLMAOLMAOLMAO

Same here, i'm looking for something that will withstand the test of time.
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Seemed like mostly positive on Amazon.
You must have read reviews from the wrong product.
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I'm in for one. My 10+ year old fire pit is so rusted through on the bottom that it is dropping hot coals on the ground. Time for a new one. I'm cheap, this will suit us fine for the 4-5 fires we have a year.
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seems like it rusts too easy per some reviews.
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Quote from pet1700 View Post :
You must have read reviews from the wrong product.
48%- 5 star reviews.20%- 4 star reviews. Only 11% leave a 1-star review. Some people will never be happy. Most of the complaints are about rust. Well, in my experience, every fire pit will rust after you put a roaring fire in there and burn off all the paint. Its a $40 steel fire pit. Not an expensive cast iron, tiled, or ceramic coated pit.

Bottom line, you shouldn't expect it to stay rust free or looking like bronze unless you just burn a few twigs in it.
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How far should you place this from the house? How far should you sit from it? I've seen things that say 10 feet, and another that said only 6. We have a small paved patio area by the house in our courtyard, I'd want to put it on the patio.
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we sit about 3 feet away if we want to be close- I would say 6 ft minimum from a structure. depends on your fire size
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Wow, I was going to jump all over this, but the reviews dampened my flames.
Nicely done laugh out loud Reviews seem mostly decent though.
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What are you talking about? This is a smoking hot deal! LMAO
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Reviews of this are horrific.
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2ft x 2ft seems pretty small.
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