Solo Stove knocks up to 45 percent off fire pits in its summer sale

Despite the summer heat, a fire pit can enhance your backyard environment. Solo Stove makes some of our most popular fire pits, and now the company has brought back some of their best discounts on all three of their devices. You can now get up to 45 percent off Solo Stove’s fire pits, which means $100 off the Ranger, $180 off the Bonfire, and a whopping $350 off the Yukon.

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You may be reluctant to get a fire pit for your backyard, but Solo Stove’s machines don’t produce the smokiness that you might associate with regular fire pits. Instead, they direct the smoke away from you using a double-walled design that pulls hot air through the vents and back into the fire. This not only reduces smoke but also creates a fine ash and keeps the fire hot.

That’s one of the main reasons we’ve recommended Solo Stove fire pits in the past, and another reason is their relatively portable designs. The 15 pound Ranger and 20 pound Bonfire can be moved around your yard fairly easily, and they can be tucked into your trunk before heading out on a camping trip or family outing. The 38-pound Yukon, on the other hand, should probably remain in a semi-permanent location on your property. As we’ve mentioned in guides before, we recommend getting a bundle with a stand and weatherproof cover so you have everything you need to use and protect your fire pit of choice.

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