Solo Stove Fire Pits, Camping Stoves, and Grills

At Solo Stove, we design simple, ingenious outdoor products to help you create good moments that become lasting memories. Create good; We are driven by this mantra. Our fire pits, camp stoves, grill, and accessories are designed to help you get in touch with whatever is “good” for you. Good moments. Good memories. Good products. So you can create a good life.

Solo Stove, Smokeless Fire Pits:

A fascinating display of nature is fire. Solo Stove Fire Pits maximize your enjoyment around the fire thanks to 360° Signature Airflow Technology capture and control.

Solo Stove, Camp Stoves:

The evening fire at the campsite or in the backyard may be started easily with our camp stoves using only wood and twigs. They are portable and equipped for outdoor activities.

Solo Stove, Grill:

Make your outdoor cookouts engaging, interactive events for the whole family by placing Solo Stove Grill in the center of the action.

Explore Further:

Q. How do Solo Stoves work?

A. Solo Stoves work by utilizing a double-wall design and strategically placed air vents to promote efficient combustion. This creates a secondary burn that reduces smoke and increases heat output.

Q. How do you start a fire in a Solo Stove?

A. To start a fire in a Solo Stove, place small kindling at the bottom of the stove, then add larger sticks or logs on top. Use a firestarter or tinder to ignite the kindling, and let the air flow design do the rest.

Q. How do you clean a Solo Stove?

A. To clean a Solo Stove, wait for it to cool down completely, then tip it upside down to remove the ashes. Use a soft brush to clean the interior and a damp cloth to wipe the exterior if needed.

Q. Where can I buy a Solo Stove?

A. Solo Stoves can be purchased on the official Solo Stove website, through authorized retailers like Rural Energy, or on various e-commerce marketplaces such as Amazon. 

Q. What can you burn in a Solo Stove?

A. Solo Stoves are designed to burn dry, seasoned hardwoods, such as oak or hickory, for optimal performance and minimal smoke.

Q. How long does it take for a Solo Stove to cool down?

A. It usually takes around 30-45 minutes for a Solo Stove to cool down after the fire has been extinguished. However, the cooling time may vary depending on the stove's size and the fire's intensity.

Q. How do you use a Solo Stove handle?

A. The Solo Stove handle is used to safely move the stove, adjust its position, or remove the flame ring. Always use a heat-resistant glove or a tool like pliers when handling the hot stove.

Q. Where are Solo Stoves made?

A. Solo Stoves are designed in the United States, and the manufacturing is outsourced to facilities in China that meet Solo Stove's quality standards.

Q. Who owns Solo Stove?

A. Solo Stove is a privately held company, founded by Jeff Jan and Spencer Jan in 2010. The ownership structure is not publicly disclosed.

Q. Do Solo Stoves come with a cover?

A. Some Solo Stove models come with a cover, while others do not. Protective covers can be purchased separately.

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