Are you seeking the best fire pits UK 2019 has to offer? If so, you have come to the right website. Did anybody say Barbeque? Autumn has officially begun, and while the UK is not well known for warm temperatures, things get (obviously) very chilly during the months of winter. An outdoor fire pit might be just the solution to defrost on those cold evenings and have some alfresco entertainment in your house.
To help make your life easier, we have compiled the top fire pit picks in a variety of price points and designs to ensure all your outdoor requirements are met! A crackling fire never felt this good!
Best Fire Pits In The UK for 2019-2020
Classic. Portable. Practical. This fire pit is perfect for any environment.
The Outwell Cazal Fire Pit is very light in weight (topping the scales at 3 kg), can be folded, and doubles as a fire pit and a barbeque grill, making it the perfect companion for your camping trips!
Design wise, it has a classic yet elegant design that suggests a much higher price point than its price of forty pounds. We recommend placing a fire pit heat shield beneath your fire pits. The reason being is fire pits can produce heat up to 1400 degrees F. Fire pit heat shields work to ensure your wooden deck, lawn or patio are not damaged by the extreme heat.
The fire pit is raised on three legs to allow enough ground clearance but there have been reports of damaged grass, so it is recommended that you stick to the patio as a surface or keep the fire pit on a few bricks. Not ideal, but hey, given its delightful price, it is hard to complain!
The Fallen Fruits Iron Woodland Scene Fire Pit has a design that looks as exotic as its name sounds! With a rustic fire design, woodland silhouettes, and earthy colors, the decorative bowl is ideal for setting up the picture perfect scene in the garden.
The fire pit is fueled by logs, so you can enjoy an authentic camp fire, complete with the sweet crackling as the logs burn and ashy embers flicker up into the sky…
P.S: The cut out shapes in the Fallen Fruits Fire Pit allow ashes to sometimes blow out so make sure that you do not overfill the bowl.
On the downside, this fire pit is not exactly suitable for cooking and at £140, it falls on the expensive side of the scale.
Have your heart set on something more modern and minimalistic? Boy, do I have a fire pit for you!
The Chic Bio Ethanol Fire Pit is quite small and light in weight, allowing you to carry it where you want to create a bit of elegance and ambience. This fire pit runs on fuel and there is no smoke and soot to bother you, making it ideal for indoor use as well as outdoor usage.
The modern glass panels are safe and built to handle the heat but while this fire pit does offer warmth, it is better suited as a decorative centerpiece rather than a fire pit for heating or cooking.
However, if your requirements for a fire pit are limited to something good looking at an affordable price point, the Chic Bio Ethanol Fire Pit will be a good choice for you.
It should be noted that there have been frequent complaints that it consumes a lot more fuel and it is smaller than average size.
Gardeco has been producing Medieval era for quite some time now with some models over one hundred years old and costing in excess of four hundred pounds! This particular model is not a century old, but it does look like it and is much cheaper too (thankfully!)
To those unfamiliar with the fire pit or brand, the Gardeco Elidir Cast Iron Fire Pit is reminiscent of an inside out Norman Helmet – it is as tough as a helmet too! At forty five centimeters in diameter, the fire pit hits the sweet spot; it perfect for a small patio or a camp fire. The short stand adds much needed elevation from the ground.
This particular model comes with a travel bag, a grill, and tongs for those of you who love the direct cooking style. As with most other fire pits, the manufacturers suggest using 8 centimeters of sand to ensure that the bowl remains in top shape. If you love the medieval, reclaimed style, the Travel Kadai Fire Pit Barbeque is something worth checking out!
What’s bad about it? Well, this fire pit is notorious for its heavy weight, so you might want to look elsewhere if you are want something more portable and easier to move.
Are you a frequent camper, hiking or a festival goer? If that’s a yes, the Fuoco Tabletop Gel Fire Pit is a must have. Easily the most portable of all the fire pits on this list, the pit is extremely compact, light weight, and comes with an extinguisher that allows you to safely put out a fire anywhere you go.
As you might have guessed by the name, the Fuoco Tabletop Gel Fire Pit uses burning gel. This gel does burn fast though and the cost of it can quickly run up, so it is something worth keeping in mind. But, if you just want something for trips and events, there is a strong argument for opting for this guy here.
The large Kiln Dried Swedish Candle Fire Pit is an eye catching novelty item whose strongest aspect is its uniqueness and appearance, but you can not disagree that it is a fun inclusion to any party or event.
It is a twist on the traditional fire pit and can be used to toast treats or cook something using a pan, but it offers little heat that is far from the blazing warmth of other conventional fire pits.
While it does look compact, the fire pit is very heavy so do not even think of taking it on your camping trip. Other than that, the fact that it is a one time use pit might turn off few but as a unique centerpiece, its lure can not be denied. So, if you have been searching for the best fire pits UK 2019 has to offer hopefully the above listed recommendations will be of help.