Northwest Sourcing Outdoor Cooking Pit - £144.99 @ Costco - reduced in store to £119 from 19th Feb

Northwest Sourcing Outdoor Cooking Pit - £144.99 @ Costco - reduced in store to £119 from 19th Feb

£144.99Costco Deals
Found 16th FebEdited by:"markoUK"
Enjoy your favourite BBQ foods while soaking up the warmth and atmosphere that this Northwest Sourcing Outdoor Cooking Fire Pit brings. With its classic design, this steel fire pit comes with an adjustable 3 level porcelain coated grill rack for food use. Finished with a high heat resistant paint, the main body is constructed from solid steel and has spark guard mesh on all sides as well as the chimney. Easy to use, the fire pit comes with a hinged door for easy log access as well as a fire poker. Whether it be for BBQ use or simply to heat up the surrounding area, this cooking fire pit is sure to make a real statement and will allow for extended evenings spent outdoors with friends and family.


  • Sturdy solid steel construction
  • Black high heat resistant paint with attractive antique finish
  • Adjustable 3 level porcelain coated grill rack for food use
  • Spark guard mesh on all sides and the chimney
  • Large viewing area
  • Hinged door with handle for grilling and easy log access
  • Removable ashpan for easy clean bottom
  • Heat tested at 648ºC (1200 degrees Fahrenheit)
  • Steel fire poker included
  • For use on non-flammable surfaces only such as stone, brick or concrete
  • For outdoor use only

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that looks really nice i wonder if they have them instore
If you wait until Monday 19th, the price at Costco comes down to £119.98 inc vat, see latest Costco offers
They do have them in store and on offer at£120 from Monday 19th.
We bought one of these last year in store for £100 excluding VAT. It’s incredibly well built and easy to clean.
Wow thanks for the heads up guys on the impending reduction. This gets really good reviews so going to treat myself on Monday when I stock up on bog roll
Edited by: "markoUK" 16th Feb
I bought one of these last Autumn and am fairly happy with it. Some points:

- It's cast aluminium with black coating, so much lighter than you'd think.
- The chimney cap is so light it can blow off in heavy wind - ours did and scratched off some of the black coating on the patio, revealing shiny aluminium underneath.
- The cooking grate isn't aluminum and rusts quickly. User guide says to ensure ash is removed after use as it can get damp and make it rust quicker. I actually remove the fire bowl completely when not in use and store it indoors.
- The funnel part of the chimney will go a real rusty brown colour quite quickly. The metal isn't rusting, just the coating.
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