Enjoy the warmth and relaxing ambiance of a patio fire pit without the messy cleanup with the Del Rio Propane Fire Pit. This stylish, propane-powered fire pit is sure to warm you on chilly nights outdoors with its 55,000 BTU gas ring. Inside a beautiful antique penny vein finished fire bowl, the Del Rio covers the gas ring with lava rock to deliver the appearance of a true fire pit fire. Featuring matchless ignition with safety shut off, this convenient fire pit has a fully assembled base and bowl, and includes an all-weather patio cover to keep the pit in top shape in-between uses. Includes four roasting sticks. The Del Rio is a beautiful and welcome accessory for the patio or campsite to help you and your family and friends stay warm under the stars. Fire pit diameter: 29". Weight: 70 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: FP-29LG.
Matchless ignition with safety shut off
Antique penny vein finish on steel fire bowl
Fully assembled base and bowl
55,000 BTU/hr burner for use with propane tanks
29" diameter heavy-duty fire pit
Lava rock to deliver the look of a comforting fire pit blaze
Includes all-weather patio cover to protect fire pit in between uses
Great little fire pit
If you're looking for a simple, no nonsense, form-follows-function design rather than a fancy looking fire pit, The Del Rio will not disappoint you at all. It's actually more attractive than the photos, but still a very simple design with welded steel bands and a coppery looking fire bowl. I'm not sure the coppery finish will stand up, but it's a fire pit - I don't care. Otherwise, I am confident from initial use that this is very well made. There's not a lot of extra flash here to turn shoddy looking. Puts out a LOT of heat and like someone else said, you really get nice looking flames almost like a wood fire. The very basic lava rocks are in two colors, red and gray, so it looks like there's ash, giving the impression of a charcoal or wood fire. Very trouble free, easy to use. Caution: do NOT turn it on too slowly or you'll get sudden burst of flames when you hit the ignitor. Experiment carefully at first to find the proper amount of gas to allow to flow before igniting - and don't lean over it! You absolutely cannot beat this for a fire pit under $300. It does sit very low, only about ten inches high. Camp Chef makes a very similar model they call a fire table if you want a taller model. I'd recommend this without hesitation - might buy another one for another area of the yard. The first one is by the swimming pool for cooler evenings. Surprisingly good range of high to low levels of flame and heat. I'm more than happy with this purchase - even better product than I really expected. Kudos to Fire Chef - I will consider other products by this company.
June 26, 2012
The only reason I gave this 4 instead of 5 stars is because I had to replace the original faulty valve, but it was not difficult to do, and the people at Camp Chef were very helpful and accomodating. They wanted to make sure I was happy with the firepit and I am. It was very disappointing that it didn't work out of the box, but I feel like the fix was easier than the hassle of returning. We will get lots of use out of this and for the price the quality is great. Perfect for the deck, and puts out alot of heat too.
August 10, 2011
After much searching and discussion, we ordered the Del Rio Propane Fire Pit for our deck. It is terrific! Perfect for those chilly evenings. It is easy to use and portable. We have thoroughly enjoyed it.
December 28, 2010
Great product and fast shipment from Bass Pro. Item was packed very well with no shipping damage. Assembly was minimal and had it burning within 10 minutes !
Fire pit comes only with lava rock. It would have been a better bargin with a couple pieces of ceramic wood or pine cones. We are satisfied with the purchase if it continues to operate as it is now. I installed it on top of landscaping blocks and river rock and it looks great.
November 17, 2010
For Outdoor Use only! Do not operate the fire pit indoors, in a garage, or in any other enclosed area or under overhead constructions. Do not operate fire pit near flammable materials such as decks, fences, porches, or carports. A minimum clearance range of 72” inches is recommended. Thanks Del Rio Instructions http://www.campchef.com/del-rio-gas...
The three foot hose is too short if you have any inclination into hiding the 20# LP gas tank... does anyone know where I can get a 10 foot (or longer) LP gas hose that will work with this fire pit? Many thanks
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