BioLite FirePit+

Camping adventures are well and truly on the agenda for many over the next few weeks and months and grabbing some awesome accessories for the ride is a must in our opinion here at The Coolector. A fine example of the sort of gear you’ll want to get your hands on is this BioLite FirePit+ which offers a versatile performance for all your outdoor excursions in the coming months.

The BioLite FirePit+ is a wood and charcoal burning firepit and boasts the sort of advanced materials and performance that we’ve come to expect from the guys at BioLite. It will allow you to enjoy the warmth, smell, crackle, and feel of a wood campfire but, crucially, without any of the smoke. Win, win. Priced at $249.95, this outdoor essential represents excellent value for money for wilderness lovers out there.

Advanced Performance

This latest upgrade to the award-winning BioLite FirePit provides hyper-efficient flames with patented airflow technology and ensures you have a front-row seat to the magic courtesy of the eye-catching X-Ray mesh body. Lift the fuel rack and toss in charcoal to transform it from a fire pit to a portable hibachi-style grill, complete with an included grill grate.

You can easily control the size of your flames manually or remotely on the BioLite Firepit+ ($249.95) with the free Bluetooth app. The body design radiates heat outward and it has a high-temp enamel coating for added robustness and straightforward cleaning after each use. The 12,800 mAh battery is great for longer burn times and it will go for up to 30 hours on a single charge. Detach and recharge easily via USB.

The folding legs make portability a snap with the BioLite Firepit+ and when combined with the Carry Bag (sold separately), you’re ready to go from the backyard to the beach in no time. The design allows the head to radiate out with a 360° view: with glowing embers at the bottom, the gasifying wood in the middle, and the flames coming out at the top. The BioLite Firepit+ is your next camping essential.

Leo Davie
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