Make even more memories around your Bonfire with the Bonfire Accessory Bundle. Protect your Bonfire from the elements, keep sparks and embers inside your fire pit, tend your flame, and roast to perfection with the best roasting sticks you’ll find.
Your Bonfire is so perfect, you don’t want the elements to harm it. That’s where Shelter comes in. Repel rain, snow, dust, wind from damaging your Bonfire with this weather *resilient* cover. Shelter is made from PVC-coated polyester — the same material used to make whitewater rafts.
We used to worry about sparks and embers popping out of our campfires. Now there's Shield! Enjoy the mesmerizing fire of your Bonfire with peace of mind. It’s two-piece design lets you remove the top to add more wood to your fire and even roast the perfect s’more.
Gone are the days of bending wire hangers. How many hot dogs and marshmallows have you lost to the flame? You’ve found the best roasting sticks out there. Made with 304 stainless steel, you’ll have the perfect grip for roasting to perfection, and they come with a protective case. This set comes in a pack of four (4), so there’s plenty to share!
Let’s end the search for improvising tools to tend the fire. Meet the last fire pit tools you’ll ever need. Made with 304 stainless steel, handle the biggest log in the pile as well as the smallest. The angled poker and log grabber let you stoke and add logs inside your fire pit without even leaving your chair.
Every Solo Stove product is backed by our lifetime warranty. Learn more about it here.
Shield is best used in situations where you want to prevent sparks and embers from exiting your fire pit.
The best way to store Shield is to nest it inside your Bonfire. To do this, simply remove the Shield and the flame ring and then place your Shield upside down inside your Bonfire. The flame ring will then nest on top for easy storage.
These tools help to add and adjust wood burning in the fire pit.
The unique angle of both the poker and tongs allows you to safely add or adjust the wood while keeping your arm away from the flame. The angled poker makes it easy to reach over the side of your fire pit while the angle of the grabber makes adding wood easier by lessening the resistance against you. The poker is angled at 165 degrees and the grabber is angled at 172 degrees.
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