What to look for in Solo Stove Yukon?
LARGEST SOLO STOVE- Coming in at 27" the Yukon out measures all other Solo Stove fire pits, creating the hottest and most effective fire SECONDARY COMBUSTION - Double wall design maximizes airflow and burning process. Bottom vent holes allow oxygen to the feed the fire from below while simultaneously channeling warm oxygen up between the walls of the stove and back into the fire. EFFICIENT BURN/LOW SMOKE - A more complete burn means little to no smoke. It also means no more half burnt logs to deal with. NO MORE DODGING SMOKE - Since Yukon burns with almost no smoke, you'll spend less time dodging smoke and your clothes won't smell. You'll spend more time enjoying the fire YUKON STAND- Designed to allow you to use your Yukon on more heat sensitive surfaces like wood decks. By raising up your Yukon and allowing more airflow to pass underneath, you'll be able to enjoy your Yukon in more places than ever before
Is this what you need when you buy Solo Stove Yukon?
Solo Stove strives to create the best designed and easiest to use outdoor products that help you to reconnect to what matters most. Our line of wood-burning fire pits allow you to have a low smoke fire anywhere, anytime With a burn that is so efficient there is way less smoke than traditional fire pits, allowing you to enjoy your time around the fire. Known for quality craftsmanship and durability, our fire pits pack away into portable heavy duty carry cases and are ready for any adventure.
The Solo Stove Yukon 27 is unlike any other fire pit you ve ever seen We have used our same patented technology that has been perfected into a portable fire pit to take along on trips or to enjoy at home. The best part Nearly no smoke and only fine ash left over Making the Yukon not only easy to clean up, but won t leave you smelling like campfire. The Yukon gets its power from logs, creates a secondary burn and a beautiful flame that your family and friends will enjoy gathering around
Rising hot air, and the absence of oxygen created by the combustion process, pulls air through the bottom vent holes. This air movement fuels the fire at its base while also providing a boost of preheated air through the vent holes at the top of the burn chamber.
Catches loose ash and prevents it from clogging vital airflow. The ash pan also acts as a heat shield and reduces the heat transfer from your Bonfire to the ground beneath it.
Allows oxygen to be fed directly to embers from below. This helps to burn biofuel faster and hotter while allowing spent ash to fall out of the process.
Vent holes near the top of the burn chamber allow preheated oxygen to fuel the flame resulting in a more complete combustion and a hotter fire with less smoke.
Customer reviewsRusted within 2 months, even with great care
I loved my Yukon Solo Stove at first. The fire is easy to light and really gets raging. But, within 2 months I noticed a lot of rust on the bottom of the stove. I thought the rust must surely be a defect because I bought and always used the expensive Solo Stove brand cover once it was cool , always used the Solo Stove stand, never left it out in the rain and stored it under my covered farmers porch against the wall, away from the elements. I hadn t even used it that many times - maybe 6-7. In short, I really couldn t have taken better care of it. I was a little disappointed when I discovered the rust, but I figured defects happen and surely Solo Stove will make it right. As you will see in the picture, the rust isn t horrible right now but anything that rusts this quickly will be in bad shape after a year or two.