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Solo Stove Fire Pit Comparison

Author:Terry Baldwin
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Man adding log to Solo Stove fire pit in backyard while another man and 2 women watch.

Which Solo Stove fire pit is right for you?

People love Solo Stove fire pits because they look great and are nearly smokeless. If you’re trying to decide which Solo Stove fire pit to get, here’s help.

First, all are made of 304 stainless steel and feature the same unique airflow design that produces a smokeless fire. And all come with Solo Stove’s lifetime warranty.

The differences between the Solo Stove fire pit models are mainly size, which affects the wood that will fit and whether or not you can take the fire pit with you.


 Partially seen man adding wood to a fire pit by a tent.

  • The smallest Solo Stove fire pit
  • Portable
  • Burns chunk wood or logs up to 12 inches long (dry hardwood recommended, but you can use twigs)
  • Weighs 15 pounds
  • 15 inches across, 12.5 inches high (without the included stand)


Partially seen man and woman on beach in front of fire pit.

  • Portable
  • Burns logs up to 16 inches long (dry hardwood recommended)
  • Weighs 20 pounds
  • 19.5 inches across, 14 inches high (without the included stand)


Partially hidden woman adding log to Solo stove fire pit on deck.

  • The largest Solo Stove fire pit
  • Not easily portable
  • Burns logs up to 22 inches long (dry hardwood recommended)
  • Weighs 38 pounds
  • 27-inches across, 17 inches high (without the included stand)
  • Use in a well ventilated area with no overhang