Portable Steel Fire Pit / BBQ  £21.95 delivered at eBay / Home Discount Ltd
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Portable Steel Fire Pit / BBQ £21.95 delivered at eBay / Home Discount Ltd

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Found 23rd May 2017
I love a fire pit for the garden, perfect for evenings as it starts to get a little bit cooler.

Thought this was a good price for a portable steel fire pit that doubles as a small bbq.

This fire pit features a fire bowl, mesh cover, charcoal grate, cooking grill, a poker and three foldable legs making this portable pit easy to carry. Made from sturdy and durable steel, this pit can be used as a barbecue and is easy to clean and maintain.


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Nice find Cat.
firepits are the, err, pits - you end up smelling like a bonfire with more blim holes down your front than a first year philosophy student. Get a chiminea...
robertoegg

firepits are the, err, pits - you end up smelling like a bonfire with … firepits are the, err, pits - you end up smelling like a bonfire with more blim holes down your front than a first year philosophy student. Get a chiminea...



I find Chiminea's hard to sit a group around, far easier to gather around a firepit. Burn the right materials and you'll not reek like a bonfire.
We take this camping (or to beach) and use as a bbq, then straight after as a fire pit to sit around toasting marshmallows etc. It's not premium quality, but if you keep it out of the rain when you can (not always possible when camping if still hot, or unexpected rain), should last a while - we've had ours about 5 years and also use it at home as our only bbq, starting to show signs of wear, so may now replace.
buggbairn

I find Chiminea's hard to sit a group around, far easier to gather around … I find Chiminea's hard to sit a group around, far easier to gather around a firepit. Burn the right materials and you'll not reek like a bonfire.



couple of tyres?
fair enough - we were using kiln dried logs, there was a breeze and it was frankly unpleasant sitting around it due to getting either ash or smoke wafting over. Something I'd not experienced with my large chimmy over the years.

What type of materials do you use? Any other tips I can pass on?
Watch out they destroy the grass underneath due to the heat, they did with mine and took months to grow back. Place on hard surface only!
FlyGuyUK

Watch out they destroy the grass underneath due to the heat, they did … Watch out they destroy the grass underneath due to the heat, they did with mine and took months to grow back. Place on hard surface only!



Or a small paving slab underneath?
Rickardo

We take this camping (or to beach) and use as a bbq, then straight after … We take this camping (or to beach) and use as a bbq, then straight after as a fire pit to sit around toasting marshmallows etc. It's not premium quality, but if you keep it out of the rain when you can (not always possible when camping if still hot, or unexpected rain), should last a while - we've had ours about 5 years and also use it at home as our only bbq, starting to show signs of wear, so may now replace.



What about using a bit of protective spray-paint? Might help it last a bit longer too
iceman85

What about using a bit of protective spray-paint? Might help it last a … What about using a bit of protective spray-paint? Might help it last a bit longer too



Don't get the reference with the 3 Camels chart.
the sme item for more on Amazon with amazing reviews, amazon.co.uk/d/G…bbq
I use a galvanised bin for burning stuff, after 2 years its rusty and falling apart, firepit, hmmmmn
cyrus26

the sme item for more on Amazon with amazing reviews, … the sme item for more on Amazon with amazing reviews, https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Garden-Outdoors/Hacienda-58106-Camping-Firebowl-Grill-Folding-Carry/B00JQ9HNAQ/ref=sr_1_6?rps=1&ie=UTF8&qid=1495652779&sr=8-6&keywords=bbq



Received GoOutdoors leaflet through door and the Outwell version currently £30 plus 15% off with the voucher on the front in store, or use code 15MAY17 online (this is all providing you're a member, of course).
Whats the best material to burn in this if using it for a fire pit?

Rickardo

We take this camping (or to beach) and use as a bbq, then straight after … We take this camping (or to beach) and use as a bbq, then straight after as a fire pit to sit around toasting marshmallows etc. It's not premium quality, but if you keep it out of the rain when you can (not always possible when camping if still hot, or unexpected rain), should last a while - we've had ours about 5 years and also use it at home as our only bbq, starting to show signs of wear, so may now replace.



Thanks for the feedback - I was considering this for a fathers day gift - you're feedback helped.
Can't find the width measurements anywhere
Mr.Hunter

Whats the best material to burn in this if using it for a fire pit?


wood?
gaz_anthony

Can't find the width measurements anywhere



It's on the listing

51cm

56cm one available also:

ebay.co.uk/itm…795

Are these those things people r using to burn paper is bank statements instead of buying a shredder?
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