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bstar1952

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Just brought a used Solo Stove "Bonfire". Pro and Cons if you're using. Brought because it was a great deal but not for sure if I'll use it. Looks pretty neat though and from what I've heard, its almost smokeless.


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bstar1952 wrote:

Just brought a used Solo Stove "Bonfire". Pro and Cons if you're using. Brought because it was a great deal but not for sure if I'll use it. Looks pretty neat though and from what I've heard, its almost smokeless.


A $300.00 washing machine drum?

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If you are backpacking and don’t want to carry fuel...maybe.


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jdc1 wrote:

bstar1952 wrote:

Just brought a used Solo Stove "Bonfire". Pro and Cons if you're using. Brought because it was a great deal but not for sure if I'll use it. Looks pretty neat though and from what I've heard, its almost smokeless.


A $300.00 washing machine drum?
Yah really, it looks a lot like the washing machine drums we've seen in use for years, available at any junk yard or recycle center for $5, or free.
Can't say anything about the stove as I've never seen one.


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Works great....we rarely head to the campground without it.


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Thanks all for the comments. I do agree it looks like an old washing machine tub. Everywhere I looked on-line, this fire pit is $300. Probably would never buy a new one but for less than half price, its going to be a keeper.

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I have one - great fire pit.


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Lwiddis wrote:

If you are backpacking and don’t want to carry fuel...maybe.


I believe that you still have to add the wood. This is just the stove to burn it in.

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