Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KelliC Great fire pit!
We ordered the grey stone fire pit with 3 levels but ended up receiving 12 extra trapezoid and 12 extra mini stones! ( and yes we installed it correctly the 3 level is 12 stones per level with a total of 36 of trapezoid and mini stones, we received 48 stones each of trapezoid and minis)
I ADVISE EVERYONE TO BUY ALL THESE SUPPLIES SEPARATELY! 36 trapezoid stones = 89.28 36 mini stones = 20.88 and a fire pit insert = 69.97 total without shipping would be $180.30. So go to the store and buy everything separate to save you some money!!!!! Wish we would have done that.
Otherwise, we love the look of the fire pit!
April 27, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by John Very appealing look, but bowl wouldn't work for us.
My wife was very interested in this fire pit, but she wanted to be able to burn tree limbs and other things. We purchased a ring that was larger than the bowl advertised and modified their design to accommodate our larger ring. The blocks went together quite easily and we are very pleased with shade of stone used. Our total investment was just slightly more than the advertised price with the 16"x16" patio stones. Still worth it all!
August 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Moose The fire bowl is made of a thinner metal then I would of liked it is also made in China
It was a breeze to install even without instructions the only weak spot is the fire bowl which should have been a thicker piece of metal so as not to rust out quick .
April 30, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by wahbal Not a bad fire pit
I really like this pit but with a couple reservations. It looks great and is sturdy after applying construction adhesive to secure it. I love the aged look of the stones and the variance of colors as well. What I am not big on is the stones are not 100% the same size. This makes it hard to ensure a solid fit all the way around. Secondly I think the metal bottom is kind of cheap. It is lightweight and dings easily. I have only had a couple weeks so we'll see how it holds up. I plan on bringing it in during the winter though and have found some fire pit covers which will hopefully protect it from the elements.
October 11, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Great stone pit without the insert.
The hardest part of the installing was leveling the ground where we placed it. You must get the ground level. We used Step 1 paver base for the finishing level surface. You must use it or sand to place the block. Also fill in and pack around the stones inside and out to keep rain wash from ruining your work.
The block went together easily, especially after the first course, which I checked each stone for level.
The block are heavy enough, at this point, I have not bothered gluing them in place.
Great product that looks great.
We did not buy the insert, as we wanted a stone pit that would not rust.
From pickup at the store to finished job took me 5 hours.
May 21, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by JK15 Just Okay
It looks nice and is really easy to put together. However, a fire ring would have been nicer than the bowl. The bowl is way to shallow. Any gust of wind pushes the flames everywhere. Also, the hook for the spark screen was garbage. It fell apart the first time I used it.
June 11, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by charlie don't plan on using the actual pit liner
the stones are nice looking and super easy to assemble. the pit comes banged upo and is pretty cheap (i.e. find a better replacement or don't use i)
December 24, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by JJKJr Bricks are Nice, Metal is Cheap
Somebody put a forklift through the side of the container. Fortunately it didn't break any blocks and only slightly bent the metal. Typical of an HD Special Order as 2 of my last 3 have come in that way.
Fire Pit went together easily and the gray blocks look good on a gray patio block setting.
The metal "fire box" was cheaply made and I expect it to rust out in a year or two. I was hoping for heavier iron when purchased.
June 9, 2015