Hotspot - Urban 550 Fire Pit Brazier (With Cooking Grill & Spark Guard)
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- Stylish dual purpose brazier and BBQ.
- Enjoy the real fire feeling.
- Safety fire guard, cooking grill and ash can included.
- Constructed from steel to provide a durable and long lasting product.
- Dimensions: 550mm (diameter) x 400mm (height)
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The Hotspot Urban 550 Fire Pit includes a steel firebowl, stainless steel safety ring around the perimeter (for those of you with children or pets) and hinged cooking grill. Urban firepits create the experience of a real fire feeling in the garden, providing atmospheric lighting and heat. It is constructed from steel providing a durable and long lasting product.
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- relatively thick material, meaning it is less likely to distort and/or rust through quickly
- ash collector / fat drip bucket hangs underneath (not shown on the photo on the advert, but I can assure you it does come with one).
- Apparently cool handle on the outside, not sure if this will remain cold mind you.
- spark guard
- folding grill section so you can get into sort out the charcoal without removing the entire thing
So now I've got it, I can confirm all of the above are true so I'm pleased with my purchase
I'd agree the other review in that instructions are not totally up-to-date with slightly different legs shown in the manual. However, it's not difficult - it's three legs and a ring you have to bolt on and it is immediately obvious how it fits together even without instructions. Took me less than 5 minutes to assemble the whole thing using one screwdriver and pair of pliers to hold the nuts as I tightened up the bolts.
The metal work does feel a bit cheap, but nearly all fire pits and BBQs do as they're made from thin sheet metal (unless you go for a copper or cast iron pit at £300+). As I said, this one is made from a reasonable thickness for the pit itself so once it's all assembled it feels solid, is a reasonable size and I can't wait to make more use of it.
I have found that some british made firebowls are 3mm steel, weigh a ton, and will last 20 years. But these cost a good £180 - 500
I normally go for such items as I believe there is a false economy in buying Chinese rubbish, and having to replace it year on year....
However, this firebowl costs around £80, is 1.5 - 2mm steel and very well made for the money. There are no bends in the metal, unlike the rubbish that you see in B&Q for similar money.
the firebowl comes with a collection tray, so its easy to empty out into a bin the day after, plus comes with a very sturgy tool to remove the cover when hot.
recommended. excellent compromise between quality and cost. I imagine that if you look after this (painting the bowl with high grade fire resistant paint and keeping it rust free) it will last years and years.