Fire Pits

Discussion in 'Camping Accessories' started by AndyC, Apr 26, 2015.

  1. Looking to get a fire pit to try and limit the amount of "It's too cold" comments when we go away next weekend.

    Are the cheap and cheerful ones any good?

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  2. I've got a square one from draper tools cost me 50 quid about 8 years ago, getting a bit rusty but still does the job
     
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  3. Very nice.

    Think I would put some slabs under it. Bits fall out the bottom of my chiminea and have marked the slabs so your wood stuff won't stand a chance.
     
  4. That's not my picture..... Just an example. :)
     
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  5. We've got one of these too. Great bit of kit for a BBQ or firepit. A tad expensive for what they are, but if I still have it in 10 years it should pay for itself.
     
  6. We've had ours three years now, it could do with a lick of paint but other than that its looking pretty good!
     
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  7. What you need is one of these!

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  8. Them sausages and burgers must be huge!
     
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  9. Did you get a painted one or enamel? They look quite good, especially if they fit under the front seats.
    I take it you also need the stainless steel grill to cook on?
     
  10. Love a bit of splitty tat , they are made by chicken shed creations I think waiting for them to do a bay then not buy one :)
     
  11. I've got the enamelled one. The stainless grill was out of stock at the time so I'm keeping the standard one clean and oiled. Think @MorkC68 was referring to rear seat?
     
  12. We bought the painted one; its a bit rusty in places but it gets used!

    Yes indeed it does fit under the back seat, I should have said that really :D
     
  13. We have a 'Frontier Stove'.....cracking bit of kit!
    Here it is all shiney and new
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    Two years later...
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    Runs on kindling and sticks....chucks out enough heat for four of you to sit around, works great as an awning heater.....best of all you can cook on it too, makes a superb cooked brekkie!
    They are about £120 to buy, but when this one gives up the ghost (and it's still in good nick despite the rust) I would buy another to replace it. Packs up nice and small too.
     
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