After launching their Kickstarter campaign earlier this month the Solo Stove team have now raised over $1 million in funding to help take their new Solo Stove Bonfire into production, thanks to over 4,200 backers.
If you are searching for the ultimate outdoor fire pit, the Solo Stove Bonfire might be worth more investigation and has been constructed from stainless steel and includes a unique design to help provide the most heat and flame from your fuel. You have 50 hours left to make a pledge to be one of the first to get your hands on the Solo Stove Bonfire.
Pledges for the Solo Stove Bonfire are available from $249 with worldwide shipping available and an expected delivery date of December 2016. Check out the video below to learn more about the fire pits construction and its unique characteristics. The development team behind the Solo Stove Bonfire fire pit explain a little more about its inspiration and design.
Each portion of the bonfire is made of the highest grade 304 stainless steel and perfectly measured and formed. The bonfire presented us with some unique design challenges that required us to create custom tools. These tools, along with a precision construction process, and intricate multi-step finishing and polishing process result in a product that is both beautiful and durable.
The Bonfire is designed with a double wall to maximize the airflow of the burning process. The bottom holes allow oxygen to the feed the fire from below while simultaneously channeling warm oxygen up between the walls of the stove. This burst of preheated oxygen feeding back into the fire through the top holes causes a secondary combustion that results in a cleaner and more complete burn.
A more complete burn means no more half burnt logs to deal with. It also means very little smoke which means no more dodging smoke that seems to follow your every move. Our proprietary design allows the Bonfire to utilize airflow in the burning process like no other fire pit. Perfectly sized and placed air intake holes are located on the outside bottom and inside top of the fire pit. Each hole has been spaced with precision. The bottom holes of the fire pit draws in oxygen to further fuel the fire from underneath. The air from the bottom holes also travels up through the double wall, being heated along the way and finally channeled out the inner top holes. This entire airflow process is continual and has been deliberately engineered to maximize efficiency.
For more information on the new Solo Stove Bonfire jump over to the Kickstarter website for details by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Design News, Top News