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I wasn’t expecting too much based on the price, but I was surprised. It definitely does not look cheap. My teenage daughter is the resident household assembler since she lives doing it, but she had a bit of a time putting it together. I heard her outside yelling and squealing at it and heard crashes lol
Was looking for a lightweight firepit that can be easily moved. One person can lift or drag this firepit to the desired location with ease. Seems to be quite durable so far. Only criticism is I wish the pit was just a bit deeper but that is nitpicking. You can fit 3-4 full size wedges before it starts touching the bottom of the lid.
Instructions say to burn the wood on top of the grill, which doesn't make any sense. Also, I can't figure out what to do with the separate "BBQ" grill and something about it makes me think it's not food safe. The screws are in inconvenient places for assembly, but other than that this firepit is great value! The tarp will help prevent rusting, and I'm really fond of it.
I'm very pleased with this purchase. It was easy to put together, I havent used it yet because of the massive amount of rain we have been getting but plan to use it soon. This is bigger then the previous one we had which will make our Halloween night campfire/cookout with our neighbors a bit easier. This one is perfect for what our needs are, I look forward in using it very soon!
This fire pit was an amazing deal and it looks great. The assembly was easy and straight forward (it took me about 10-15 minutes to assemble alone). It’s a nice size and it looks great. I haven’t burned wood in it yet because it’s 90+ degrees in Georgia but I can’t wait to do so and I’ll update if there are any issues but I don’t believe there will be.
It is great once you burn the China off of it. I've used it both as a fire pit and a grill which makes a small, but nice grill which easily cooks enough for a family of four... and seeing as the better brand of charcoal lasts so long, I cooked enough for 7 adults. It took 2 separate cooking times on the grill due to the size, but it worked just fine.As far as a fire pit... My chimenea throws more heat, but this looks better, albeit the thin steel may rust over time.. that's only a guess. If it starts to rust, I can always sand any rust spot and buy rustoleum high heat spray paint and take care of that.
hopefully can add picture later, but luv it. Only took about 5min. to assemble with using an adapter bit on drill.. and like other reviews.. don't tighten all screws until they are all in place....
Got for burning papers bcz shredder broke down. Easy assembly, weight good for me, to move single handed out of weather. Good size Nice to have weather resistant easy to apply cover. Think I’ll consider actually grilling, or at least roasting marshmallows