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Breeo backyard fire pit

Pacoson71

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Ok, so I just pulled the trigger on the Breeo 24inch smokeless fire pit with all of the trimmings...

Grill post and grate.
Kettle hook and cast iron 1 gallon kettle
Searing plate
Lid
and cover.
Proud to say Made In America right in PA.

I am looking forward to my new fire pit/ grill etc....

I bought a Traeger 2 years ago and have that for smoking and was looking for a new back yard toy.

Anyone have a smokeless fire pit here?
 

flyinfish

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Ok, so I just pulled the trigger on the Breeo 24inch smokeless fire pit with all of the trimmings...

Grill post and grate.
Kettle hook and cast iron 1 gallon kettle
Searing plate
Lid
and cover.
Proud to say Made In America right in PA.

I am looking forward to my new fire pit/ grill etc....

I bought a Traeger 2 years ago and have that for smoking and was looking for a new back yard toy.

Anyone have a smokeless fire pit here?
@Irun has one. He mentioned his in post #1324 & #1329 here:
https://wranglertjforum.com/threads...t-light-and-nimble.44924/page-67#post-1002907
 
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Irun

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As @flyinfish said, I put one in last year. We love it and spend a fair amount of time enjoying it!

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Those Breeo fire pits look nice and the smokeless part would be very nice! Sitting around the fire pit has always been lots of fun with friends and family. Sometimes a bit too fun as drinks and fire pits go together. :D
 

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Those Breeo fire pits look nice and the smokeless part would be very nice! Sitting around the fire pit has always been lots of fun with friends and family. Sometimes a bit too fun as drinks and fire pits go together. :D
I've already used the sear plate to roast veggies and shrimp! :D
 
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I've already used the sear plate to roast veggies and shrimp! :D
Online reviews mention the amount of wood consumption as a lot.... What's your thought?
and the radiant heat.... I live in MA. what's your thoughts on it being a warming fire on a 40 degree night for people ?
Appreciate your input.
Thank you.
 
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Irun

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Online reviews mention the amount of wood consumption as a lot.... What's your thought?
and the radiant heat.... I live in MA. what's your thoughts on it being a warming fire on a 40 degree night for people ?
Appreciate your input.
Thank you.
They do burn through more wood. Also, heat goes up more with a Breeo than a "conventional fire". On cold evenings you have to sit close to the fire. Typically, no more than 4 to 5 feet away. On the plus side, there is no smoke with dry wood and a hot bed of coals. I typically have to clean the fire pit out every 2 - 3 fires, but it burns everything to an ash.
 
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cliffish

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how do you think it would hold up being outside all year even with snow? I have a similar paver fire pit set up and have rusted through a couple of inserts...although they were $79 fire pits that it just used the bowls.
 
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Irun

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how do you think it would hold up being outside all year even with snow? I have a similar paver fire pit set up and have rusted through a couple of inserts...although they were $79 fire pits that it just used the bowls.
If you get the stainless steel version you'll see very little rust. We've had a very wet year and it has held up remarkably well.
 
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Taleda36

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I have had my copper fire pit out in my backyard for 3 years. You don't have to worry about maintaining it and there is no mess like with a wood fire. In addition to enjoying the fire and your guests, you won't have to go get wood constantly. Plus, when you are done, it is as easy as durnig off a key to stop the fire.
 

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I've already used the sear plate to roast veggies and shrimp! :D

Does the oil and liquid flow back into the fire as advertised?

I was going to buy a Breeo earlier this year, with plans to cook on it regularly But was concerned about making a mess on the backyard pavers. Ended up with a SoloStove Yukon. The smokeless feature is really a ‘less smoke’ feature and really requires the fire be ripping before the secondary burn will ignite. Pretty cool to watch.

Half regret not getting the Breeo, but mine isn’t hard installed so I can change easily
 
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