BonFeu BonSolo Rust Fireplace
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BonFeu BonSolo Rust Fireplace
The Bonfeu BonSolo is the successor of the original Bonfeu Small (BonBini). The BonSolo is not only larger (height 124 cm and Ø 34 cm), but also adapted and improved on many levels.
For example, in the Bonfeu BonSolo the logo on the front is cut out decoratively so that the flames are beautifully visible. This gives a beautiful atmospheric effect during heating. But also the grill function is new! You can now also use a BBQ grid on the BonSolo.
The BonSolo Fireplace can also be used as a barbecue
The unique thing about the BonFeu-BBQ fireplace is that it can also be used as a barbecue. The Bonfeu BonSolo is equipped with a handy, rotatable grill, which is of course certified for the preparation of food. And that distinguishes this fireplace from many other fireplaces.
The barbecue turntable is easy to turn in and out of the fireplace without coming into direct contact with the fire. Place the meat on the plateau and then turn it over the fire. So you do not have to work above the direct heat of the fire, which is often necessary with other barbecues. When the meat is cooked, simply turn the plateau out of the fireplace and then enjoy a grilled sparerib or chicken leg.
The grill can be used in two different positions and has two handles, making it easy to use.
Durable and comfortable to use
The BonFeu-BBQ patio fireplace has been specially designed for use on patio or lawn. The Bonfeu fireplace stands on three sturdy legs. The fireplace is made of steel and has a black heat-resistant coating.
Due to its shape and high stove pipe, the BonFeu-BBQ has an excellent smoke exhaust and a large heat output is guaranteed. Once the BonFeu has warmed up well, it cools only slowly, which guarantees a constant heat emission.
You can say that the BonFeu is made with great care. This traditional patio fireplace, type stove, has clean lines without unnecessary frills. And the nice thing is that you can use the BonFeu as a fireplace as well as a barbecue. Long, cozy evenings in the garden are this beautiful fireplace entrusted.
The BonFeu BonSolo Rust Fireplace in short:
- Timeless BBQ patio fireplace in rusted steel
- The cut-out logo gives a beautiful effect ofn the flames
- The turnable grill can be used in two positions
- High radiant heat all round, so not only on the front side
- Very good stability (low centre of gravity, solid materials)
- Height 124 cm and diameter of 34 cm
- A poker is supplied free of charge
- Ideal during a cosy winter barbecue
- Also available in height 165 cm (BonFeu BonBono Rust).
- A protective cover can be ordered separately
Please note the following:
It happens that this outdoor fireplace of rusted steel is not immediately delivered with a completely smooth rust look. You will at first may think that you have received the wrong article, but nothing is less true. Put the fireplace outside, then humidity and / or rain will very quickly create an even corrosion layer and the steel gets a beautiful, natural patina.
The Dutch brand BonFeu stands for recognizable and well-thought design and premium quality. The team at BonFeu focus on the design of fireplaces which are a pleasure to use and suitable for outdoor cooking.
They continuously come up with creative and contemporary designs which match the current trends but also have the necessary durability to ensure a long product life. It is thanks to these core values that BonFeu has become one of the leading players in outdoor fireplaces, fire bowls and wood stoves.
Below you will find a short impression of the atmosphere:
|Dimensions||L 34 x W 34 x H 124 cm|
|Included||Grill grid and poker|
|Diameter stove pipe||10 cm|
|extra options||with grill grate, with door, with chimney, with feet, with spark protection|
It's okay and we're enjoying it, but it would be much better if it were manufactured to a higher standard. For example:
* I had to use an electric tool to grind down (1) a raised edge of a bolt hole in one of the legs, so that I could actually get the leg to fit onto the body, and (2) a weld, so that I could fit the grill into the upper slot.
* The feet don't sit even close to flat on the ground - the angles are all wrong. This this doesn't really seem to matter given the tripod design, but it does look odd.
* Worst of all, the latch for the screen door is difficult to use and doesn't actually latch - the best you can do is just to sort of rest the 'handle' piece of the door on the bracket on the side of the chimenea and hope that it stays there. I've taken to jamming an old bolt in there to make it more secure, but this is fiddly and should not be necessary. Given the safety implications, the latch mechanism should work properly and easily.