At Garden Chefs, we love the aroma and sounds you get from a real log fire in your Fire Bowl
The scent of burning oak, the crackle of the fire all make you feel cosy and warm, whether it’s a cool spring evening or a cold winters night
The Haiti 80cm firepit is one of our best-selling fire pits due to its robust design, and it will give you everything you need from a garden fire pit
Because of its large size, you will get a cosy warm fire with plenty of atmosphere
Plus, from the moment you unpack your new fire bowl, you’ll feel the quality, due to the thicker, more robust steel.
In addition, this robust high-end fire pit is hand finished ensuring the best quality in production
You can add the fire pit tripod which easily converts this Fire Bowl into an excellent BBQ should you wish
The African cooking pot also works very well this fire pit, perfect for cooking slow-cooked dishes
Add the mesh screen for added safety and to greatly reduce the number of embers which fly from the fire
The Haiti fire pit lid is made specifically for this fire pit for a perfect fit.
The lid is an essential accessory as it allows you to safely extinguish any burning embers once your evening is finished, it also gives protection from rain showers when not in use
Garden Chefs guide to a better fire pit experience:
- Use a good amount of kindling to get the fire going
- Where possible use kiln-dried logs, (kiln-dried wood gives off far less smoke)
- Split logs down with an axe (thicker logs will smoke more)
- Keep the temperature up by adding logs regularly, don’t let the fire burn right down before adding more fuel
- Allow airflow around your logs as you stack them
Please note that steel fire pits will show surface rust, especially if they are not covered during wet weather, but follow the basic maintenance laid out below and use a cover when not in use and your new fire pit will last for many many years.
Products can be cleaned with a damp cloth and dried thoroughly, grates should be coated with a thin layer of edible oil, repeating this step regularly to prevent rusting.
Black raw steel may have rust appear after some time, this is a natural process and is not a manufacturing fault
Black raw steel can be maintained by sanding with fine grade sandpaper and painting with high-temperature paint. The inside of black steel fire bowls should however not be painted but can be coated with a thin layer of edible oil to help prevent rust.
Garden Chefs offers a 1-year warranty against manufacturing faults on all fire pits