Solo Stove’s second-generation fire pits are up to $320 off for Labor Day

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Solo Stove is celebrating Labor Day a little earlier this year by reducing all of its fire pits and bundles. This is the first big sale we’ve seen from the new second-generation fire pits that debuted earlier this month. The Ranger 2.0, Bonfire 2.0, and Yukon 2.0 are up to 40 percent cheaper, dropping to $200, $230, and $430, respectively. Most bundles are about 45 percent off, including the Bonfire Backyard Bundle 2.0, which includes a spark screen, stand, shelter, carry case and lid, and the aforementioned fire pit.

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At Engadget, we’ve long been fans of Solo Stove machines. They’ve made it into numerous guides in the past because, while expensive, they produce fewer smoky fires and last longer than cheaper alternatives you can buy at a local hardware store. As soon as you light a fire, Solo Stoves direct smoke away from you using a double-walled design that pulls hot air through vent holes and back into the fire. This setup reduces smoke while creating a fine ash and keeping the fire hot.

The recently released 2.0 models arguably address our biggest gripe with these machines – how difficult they can be to clean. Before, after a few uses, you had to pick up the whole fireplace and hold it upside down over the garbage to get the ash and debris out. Thanks to the removable base plate and ash pan that are supplied with the 2.0 models, this is no longer necessary. Once the fire pit has completely cooled, you can simply reach inside, remove the base plate, and then pull out the ash pan to empty any leftover debris.

This is a huge improvement and will make the overall experience of using a Solo Stove much easier. Plus, the company hasn’t fiddled with the design otherwise. The new models feature the same 360° Signature Airflow Technology of previous versions, plus all first-generation accessories work with the new fireplaces. Whether you’re buying a Solo Stove for the first time or you’re upgrading from your current fire pit, now is a good time to snag one of the latest machines while they’re on sale.

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