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    6 Reviews


    Take it with you.

    The BioLite FirePit is the portable way to enjoy a fire without needing to find an existing fire pit. It fits up to four standard size logs, and burns extremely efficiently with its patented airflow technology. Thanks to its X-Ray mesh construction, your entire circle will be able to enjoy the heat and view of the fire. When you're ready for dinner, raise the fuel rack, add some charcoal, and cook your food on the included grill gate. Ahead of its time, the FirePit even includes access to a free Bluetooth app so you can control the flame level manually or from a distance.

    • Portable fire pit for camping and cooking
    • Airflow technology maximizes efficiency
    • Converts to a hibachi-style grill with included gate
    • Fuel rack has multiple heights for different applications
    • X-Ray mesh allows 360-degree views
    • Compatible with a Bluetooth app
    • Item #BIO000S

    Tech Specs

    X-Ray mesh
    Fuel Type
    firewood, charcoal
    Burn Time
    [fan low] 24 hours, [fan medium] 10 hours, [fan high] 5 hours
    grill gate
    [legs unfolded] 27 x 13 x 15.8in, [legs folded] 27 x 13 x 10.5in
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    weekend camping
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Is BioLite FirePit worth the Money????

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    My initial impression of the BioLite FirePit is good, I've used it several times for fires and grilling, and you literary have to be careful of how quickly it gets hot (ended up burning some fish last night no big deal HAHA). Without a doubt, the fan definitely heats the coals/logs very quickly and keeps the smoke down, however, I wouldn't go so far as to say that it is completely smokeless as advertised. Perhaps the one major drawback of the grill is its materials, which mainly consist of cheap thin aluminum/galvanized tin in other words its durability is not totally bombproof (if it falls your gonna see some dents). The battery life, on the other hand, is as advertised, no problems with the fan -pretty content with the low setting (Recommendation -get a solar panel for recharging purposes -Goal Zero Nomad 13).
    So given its low-grade materials, not to mention a wapping price of 200$, I personally, I would not recommend this product -definitely wait for a SALE!!! Something to consider is that the smaller bio Lite camp stove has a thermal recharging thing which uses heat from the fire to recharge its battery. Why in the F*** does the larger, more spacious, higher capacity grill NOT have one?? this should definitely be in the second generation grill. Considering that I received this product at a discounted rate I'm extremely pleased with it and looking forward to using on a car camping trips. Here's my advice, either wait for a good sale or wait a year or so for the newer more updated version.....

    Pretty nice!!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Batt pack and app work like a charm and exactly as expected--was able to dial in the fan speed for a near-smokeless and extremely fuel-efficient fire! Functionality/burn/experience was a 10/10, but minus 1 star for RUST....Granted probably my own fault but it rained overnight while the pit was outside it my yard and the mesh and outside rusted quite badly. I have since put on a coat of Rustoleum high-heat to hopefully prevent that problem from happening again or getting worse. It's back to looking nice again but wish it wasn't necessary. Would be nice if there was a more corrosion resistant coating, my advice is keep it dry though.

    Works like a charm

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    The Biolite Fire Pit is great. Coals and grilling or logs and chilling this thing functions very efficient. Having hot coals left over after a fire or grill session is always a pain to deal with and creates fire and or transportation dangers. the Fire Pit will quickly and efficiently burn your coals or logs down to dust and it will do it almost completely smoke free. It seems durable and well built and it should hold up to a lot of use. Overall i am very pleased with the Fire Pit and would reccomend it to anyone who wants a mostly smokeless fire pit and likes to grill on coals.

    Works like a charm

    Biolite Firepit

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Amazing fire pit for entertaining or cooking. Only problem was that the app to work the battery powered fan always wanted to not connect. You can control the fan from the battery itself though so thats a plus. Overall, would reccomend this to anyone who enjoys hanging out with friends or just enjoys a nice smokeless fire.

    Bonfire and FirePit

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I am fortunate enough to have both the Solo Stove Bonfire (birthday gift) and the BioLite FirePit (got an awesome deal that I couldn't pass up here on Backcountry). There are definitely pros and cons to each. The FirePit is very nice. I appreciate being able to control the airflow and having all of the items needed to cook included in the package (moving the proximity of the wood or charcoal with the grill rack). My wife really enjoys the FirePit's x-ray mesh so you can truly see the fire.
    Comparing the FirePit to the Bonfire, the FirePit is lighter (although not on paper), has a more convenient carrying bag (the Solar Cover is a worthwhile upgrade), is easy to cook on, emits significant amounts of heat, and contains a large battery to provide power to any number of items. This is a great item to have for car camping.
    The Bonfire is a great system. It is a much more efficient burn that does not need any additional power. By efficient burn I mean that it burns hotter, with minimal to no smoke, and burns down all of the fuel to ash. It is also easier to start a fire in than in the FirePit. However, the large round shape is cumbersome to move around and it does not fit easily into the provided carrying bag.
    Ultimately, they are both really nice to have but I lean slightly towards the Solo Stove Bonfire. I use the Bonfire primarily at home because of the efficient burn (heat, smokeless, fuel to ash) and it being cumbersome to carry. I use the FirePit when traveling as it is easier to transport and cook with.
    All that being said, I used the Solo Stove Titan when camping so I am very familiar with the system and enjoy the same feature that I described for the Bonfire. Therefore, I am familiar with the brand and the quality of their products. I have never used the BioLite Campstove2 system but would love to try it out to compare the two and see how the two brands compare with more than one product.

    Perfect for picnic, car camp, river, etc

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    So as my profile says I am a sales rep and I rep BioLite, so I have used this over the last few months. It is great! The jets keep the smoke almost entirely gone and help control how hot you burn, the grill cooks great, clean up is easy! I really like how the fire is up off the ground like a fire pan used on river trips. Also, the screen mesh allows you to chill out and watch the fire through the screen. Just a really fun item!! And you can hook up the BioLite Site lights to it making the setting next level!!