The Viking Fire Pit 80cm
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This is the Viking Fire Pit 80cm, and it is one of the best statement pieces that you can find on the market. If you are looking for something that looks amazing and is also very functional, then this is the perfect product for you. This fire pit is inspired by the strong and robust characteristics of Scandinavian predecessors. It is made from interlinked tensile steel rods that make it very sturdy and durable. It also has a great Viking-inspired aesthetic that will make it look great in any setting.
SIZE GUIDE & SPECIFICATION
Dimensions: 80cms Diameter x 25cms Depth. Total height including stand 48cms
Material: 3mm Steel
SETTING YOUR FIRE
- Always use well-seasoned kiln dried logs to reduce smoke.
- It is best to light your fire at least ½ hour before you intend to use your fire pit, this will allow the smoke to have settled. For fires intended to cook on allow more time for the logs to turn to hot embers.
- Fill your fire pit with logs to the outside edge and make it as tall as you can - large fires will settle down to be the perfect size, giving you a hot centre. Any additional logs will then burn well and not smoke.
COOKING ON YOUR FIRE PIT
- After a couple of hours separate the burning logs from the hot embers using an ash rake.
- Place your swing arm or half-moon BBQ rack over the hot embers, not the flames as they are too hot.
- If you need more heat swing your BBQ rack over the flaming logs.
- Do not let your fire go out. If your fire goes out, you will have to reset it resulting in a smoky fire pit.
- If you are in a hurry to BBQ move the fire to one side with an ash rake and add charcoal.
- After cooking mix the charcoal and wood together and add dry logs.
CARING FOR YOUR FIRE PIT
- The fire pit can be left outside all year round, the drainage hole will allow for any water that may get inside the bowl to drain out.
- The fire pits arrive coated in oil. Please wear gloves while handling them for the first time.
- The oil will burn off after the first fire.
- The steel will then start to oxidize and the more fires you burn the darker the patina colour will become.
- The steel will rust but will still last 8 plus years, and even more when a lid is being used.
- The fire pit can be rubbed over with a wire brush and oiled or simply left outside to take its natural course. The Swing Arm BBQ Rack can be cleaned using a wire brush/wire wool; we would recommend oiling (once cooled) with cooking oil prior to storage/next use. Any exposed areas will oxidise more quickly, in particular the handles and optional lid.
- Please do not leave a burning firepit unattended and ensure that children and pets are kept clear.
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