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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has 24" Cuisinart Cleanburn Smokeless Fire Pit (Stainless/Black) for $209.99. Shipping is free.

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Are they "worth it" is pretty subjective but it isn't all marketing. I'm sure you are paying a premium for the brands but the theory behind smokeless fire pits is nothing new. Traditional fire pits don't get hot enough and they draw in cold air which means a lot of hydrocarbons aren't consumed by the fire (hence smoke). If you get the fire hot enough and the air is heated up before being exposed to the fuel you will get more efficient combustion, and if done right little to no smoke.
the trick to remove the ash from solostove is have a 30gal trash bag over the top and then flip it over. all ash gets into the trash bag. very little mess.
Its smokeless because the way it brings air in from the bottom so it burns so much hotter. Downside is that it doesn't radiate heat outward as much as a typical firepit or even or on the ground. They're cool, but if you're looking for warmth, these aren't it, at least IMO

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Curious how this compares to the solo stove. I'm in the market for a smokeless fire pit.
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Real question... are these types of stovesfjre pits worth it, and what makes them smokeless?

I've seen the solo stoves posted a few times and have always assumed it was marketing spin
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Real question... are these types of stovesfjre pits worth it, and what makes them smokeless?

I've seen the solo stoves posted a few times and have always assumed it was marketing spin

Same here, wonder what the market segment they are targeting is - $200+ for literally a piece of metal, and they are typically very small to boot. Probably those with very small yards in dense areas (suburbia).
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Real question... are these types of stovesfjre pits worth it, and what makes them smokeless?

I've seen the solo stoves posted a few times and have always assumed it was marketing spin
Are they "worth it" is pretty subjective but it isn't all marketing. I'm sure you are paying a premium for the brands but the theory behind smokeless fire pits is nothing new. Traditional fire pits don't get hot enough and they draw in cold air which means a lot of hydrocarbons aren't consumed by the fire (hence smoke). If you get the fire hot enough and the air is heated up before being exposed to the fuel you will get more efficient combustion, and if done right little to no smoke.
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Real question... are these types of stovesfjre pits worth it, and what makes them smokeless?

I've seen the solo stoves posted a few times and have always assumed it was marketing spin
As someone who bought into the hype - they are relatively less smoky under optimal conditions. When I burned the pellets that came as a sample - there was definitely zero smoke but I don't plan on getting those every time. When I burn wood is only smoke free when the whole log is on fire and under the ventilation holes which also means is time for a new log. I am still happy with the purchase (I got the Tiki fire pit) which is a decent size and I can move it around easily enough. The ventilation holes are meant to improve air flow so the fire is hot enough it will burn the smoke (my understanding) which is accomplished to a certain degree. I like the look of mine and I think it helps to have an easier to maintain fire.
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For those of you that have this/solo stove or another stainless fire pit, how do they hold up over time. My current fire pit began to rust early on. It was not stainless and as usual, the paint coating they put on that type of pit burned off on the interior and it began to rust
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Personally, I think this thing looks kinda cheap and doesn't seem like a very good deal. If you are in the market for a smokeless firepit, a much better deal is the Member's Mark one from Sam's Club if it's still in stock near you. It's been on clearance for over a month now, but they weren't moving and still had some at one of the locations by me last time I checked. That unit originally sold for $250, which was an excellent deal, but has been clearancing for $190 or less, making it a steal in my opinion. I purchased one as soon as I saw them marked down. They're excellent and look much nicer that this one. The online listing for it has been removed, but there are lots of video reviews and postings about it.
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Real question... are these types of stovesfjre pits worth it, and what makes them smokeless?

I've seen the solo stoves posted a few times and have always assumed it was marketing spin
bought a solo bonfire. everyone is jealous at our campground. everytime i drive by and see smoke filled sites it makes me love it more and more. takes a bit of time to get the smokeless effect going about a half hour on a burn but its well worth the money if you dont want the smoke chasing you around from a vacuum effect.
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Real question... are these types of stovesfjre pits worth it, and what makes them smokeless?

I've seen the solo stoves posted a few times and have always assumed it was marketing spin
I have a SoloStove Bonfire and it's definitely NOT "smokeless" however, the smoke is directed upward and does not get on you. You're burning carbon, do people really think these things evade rules of thermodynamics and physics?

The SoloStove Bonfire is bad ass though! I love it. It's a glorified, overpriced piece of steel that just makes starting fires extremely simple.
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Real question... are these types of stovesfjre pits worth it, and what makes them smokeless?

I've seen the solo stoves posted a few times and have always assumed it was marketing spin
Its smokeless because the way it brings air in from the bottom so it burns so much hotter. Downside is that it doesn't radiate heat outward as much as a typical firepit or even or on the ground. They're cool, but if you're looking for warmth, these aren't it, at least IMO
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I have a solo Yukon. It does burn hot and there is less smoke. I've burned a bunch of wet leaves and the smoke is much less-but I've only added the leaves to an already raging fire. That being said it burns through a lot of wood to keep the smoke at a minimum. Worth it? Meh. But I would probably spend a bit more and get a solo bonfire vs this cuisinart. I've seen used bonfires on Craigslist or marketplace for like $200.

Oh I leave my solo outside under a fire pit cover in the rain and elements(I do store it in the shed in the Boston winters)
It's fine no rust. Yet.
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Seen a few of these at various costcos around the 250 price mark. Has a few accessories that probably make it more worthwhile compared to this.
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Its smokeless because the way it brings air in from the bottom so it burns so much hotter. Downside is that it doesn't radiate heat outward as much as a typical firepit or even or on the ground. They're cool, but if you're looking for warmth, these aren't it, at least IMO
Agreed . They are great handwarmers and have good ambience but they don't radiant well and they burn thru wood fast.
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