On a recent trip to Target, a new box caught my eye. It looked like a Solo Stove, but it was a Duraflame branded product. You are probably familiar with Duraflame’s long-burning log product, often used in fireplaces, but did you know that they had a stainless Steel Fire pit?
We were curious how it stacked up to the Solo Stove, so we compared the numbers to see if the Duraflame is an option that you should consider.
If you can get the Solo Stove on sale, we say go with the original. It may not have removable grate, but it has a proven track record and is well established. If you can catch a sale, Solo Stoves are routinely priced around $220 which brings it under the $249 price of the Duraflame. Continue reading below to see how these units compare.
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The prices are comparable, but the Duraflame has a slight edge.
Ash removal will be easier with the Duraflame
One of my biggest frustrations with the Solo Stove is the cumbersome process of emptying the ashes. The Duraflame’s Removable grate and catch pan are an attractive feature to consider.
UPDATE: The Solo Stove 2.0 now comes with a removable ash tray
Solostove Bonfire: 19″
Duraflame: $249 Update: This product has been seen on clearance for $175
Solo Stove Bonfire:
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Solostove Bonfire: 304 stainless steel
Duraflame: 304 & 202 stainless steel
Duraflame: Removable grate and catch pan for easy cleaning
Solo Stove: The 2.0 version of the solo stove now has a removable grate and catch pan for easy cleaning
Solostove Bonfire: 20 lbs
Duraflame: 22 lbs
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