Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 14
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Heather waste of money
This is not all copper. The top 2 pieces are thin cheap metal and after only 2 months have rusted.
October 13, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by flhtci2006 24 In. Round Iron Chiminea Fire Pit
The Chiminea Fire Pit arrived and the box and packing were adequate for shipping. The hardware for this product was all in place, but the threads in the upper and lower rings for attaching the legs were very shallow cut and not precise. Never the less, assembly was quick. The screen assembly with the door was out of round, so it does not fit properly into the rim of the bottom bowl. With some persuasion the screen assembly fits, but must be "adjusted" each time the unit is disassembled for cleaning. The bottom bowl has no drain holes. After any rain storm, the bowl is a swamp of water and ashes. The unit provides a nice looking backyard firepit that safely burns wood with good screen protection to prevent embers from getting away.
February 21, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Aubie Looks great but not as advertised
Great looking fire pit! It is a bit smaller on the inside dimensions (just under 23" inside width for wood) than listed online. It is very decorative and has a nice design. Assembly was very easy.
1) There are no drain holes so either drill some, buy a cover or don't leave it outside as it becomes very messy after it rains.
2) The fire pit is advertized as Copper. However after drilling a drain hole it became very clear that the parts that look Copper are Aluminum covered by High Temperature Copper Paint.
3) Due to number 2 concern I have doubts over how well this will hold up to high temperatures and what it will look like after multiple fires. Only 3 so far (none very large) and it is starting to discolor.
So in summary, looks great, great price, misleading product details.
August 2, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by uppity great value vs. comparable
I reviewed a lot of different fire pit styles, prices, etc. at a variety of other retailers. This was by far the most attractive, affordable and practical (light weight, easy to move around). When it arrived, it was even better than expected. I haven't been able to use it yet (weather changed suddenly) but I am really excited about future use. The 15 ft. heat range was a major selling point for me, as well as the circular design for heat.
December 4, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 1morething this product is HOT!! literally.
Great looking firepit! larger than the delapadated one I have now. Still have not burned a fire in it, to pretty to mess up. I have even gone out and bought a new cover for it ... but, really didn't need it yet cause it's still sitting in the garage! Thinking about breaking it in on Memorial weekend. So unless it has a major melt down when I finally do build a fire in it .. I am completely satisified, both with the look and price. No problems with the assembly.
May 16, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Zaknafein0388 Still waiting on a part
It looks like it would be great. However, I received an important screw that was not machined so I could not use it. I called customer service and they were nice enough but still have not gotten this 1 screw. So, it has been sitting unassembled for over a month. It's hard to give an honest review when I only received part of what I ordered and cannot use it. Still waiting.
January 22, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jmitch This product was just as advertised. Great features.
It fits perfectly on our deck. We like that it is totally enclosed which keeps hot ashes from flying around if there's a breeze, yet the flame is still visible from all sides though the sceen. You can leave the top part off when you want to cook hot dogs or marshmallows.
It's easy to take apart for occasional cleaning.
September 7, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by whitebeard Great for the price.
Item arrive very fast and in fine condition. It assembles in only 1/2 an hour. I like that it just pulls apart for easy cleaning and ash removal. At this price, and with free shipping, I think it a bargain.
August 6, 2011