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Costco Members: Solo Stove Yukon 1.0 Stainless Steel Fire Pit w/ Stand Expired

$250
$319.99
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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: Solo Stove Yukon 1.0 Stainless Steel Fire Pit w/ Stand for $249.99. Shipping is free.

Thanks to Community Member slvrch8017 for finding this deal.

Features:
  • 304 Stainless Steel
  • Low Smoke Levels
  • 27" Dia x 19.8" H, 38 lb
  • Includes Stand

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  • About this deal:
    • $70 manufacturer's savings is valid 12/1/23. While supplies last. Limit 5 per member.
  • About this store:
    • Details of Costco's return policy here.
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Edited December 1, 2023 at 08:24 AM by
Daily Costco Holiday Deal on the 1.0 version.

1.0 vs 2.0 - from https://blog.gearchase.com/solo-s...e-upgrade/
excerpt below
The Ranger, Bonfire, and Yukon Solo Stoves have all been updated to include a removable ash pan and base plate. This is the main difference when comparing the old model to the new updated version 2. This will make it much easier to clean the ash from the bottom of the Solo Stove. This is especially helpful for the large Yukon that is huge and hard to manage with one person.

All accessories that fit 2.0, fit 1.0.

https://www.costco.com/solo-stove...59367.html
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I guess it's relative, but the amount of time and effort to do this sounds way too much. Hauling the washer back, disassembling, and then you have the headache of needing to dispose of all the leftover material. Throw in some money for metal stands/legs (because not all of us have these just laying around), how much are you actually saving once you consider everything? Also aesthetically, I'm sure the Solo Stove looks better than what 90% of people will build.
It's really not that big a deal. I bought one at this price last summer when it went on sale, I can get through 4- 5 fires without having to clean out as the wood burns to fine ash which one person can pickup and dump out. I finish up with a shop vac and it's a piece of cake.

I'd pull the trigger if you're thinking about it, heck it's Costco return it if you don't like it after you buy.
Get a handle and carry it to a place, such as a garden, a field, or a lawn, and flip it upside down. Done. I usually collect the ash as fertilizer. As long as you don't burn plastics, it's safe to use

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