Want a fire pit but have neighbors who will complain about the smoke? The Solo Stove Ranger Fire Pit is perfect for you. It’s designed to give you a roaring fire with no smoke to bother the people next door. The Ranger may be little, but it burns fiercely, generating a roaring flame and plenty of warmth. Perfect for small outdoor areas, like a townhome patio.
And fun to take camping or to the beach. This little buddy is easy to bring along (it comes with a sturdy nylon tote). You can burn foraged fuel like pine cones and twigs.
The Ranger burns chunk wood, twigs, or small logs up to 12 inches long. It burns wood efficiently, leaving only ultra-fine ash that’s easy to clean up and leaves no trace.
And we're tossing in a stand! The stand raises the fire pit, which lets you use safely use your Ranger on a deck or grass. The stainless steel stand is designed to keep the surface under the fire pit cool. You should always use a stand on a wood or composite deck and on green grass. The stand also prevents sand from blocking the Ranger's lower vent holes. Store the stand inside the fire pit.
How is the Ranger smokeless? Solo Stove fire pits are designed to continuously draw in oxygen. As the air is drawn in, it heats up. This hot air is then injected into the top of the fire through interior vents, producing a secondary burn. This hotter fire not only looks mesmerizing, it burns off smoke, making your fire more enjoyable.
You can put the Ranger in an existing fire pit if you leave 2 inches of clearance all around for ventilation.
NOTE: Because of the extremely high temperatures, the stainless steel will eventually discolor. Stainless steel has an increased resistance to rust but isn’t rust proof. Prolonged exposure to harsh weather will increase rust and discoloration but will not affect normal use.
Secondary burn tips:
Don’t stack wood above the upper interior vent holes
Make sure the Solo Stove’s flame ring is placed so it tapers toward the inside of the fire pit and does not block the upper vent holes. The flame ring helps direct the secondary burn toward the interior to burn off smoke.