The Endless Summer Fire Bowl with Steel Mantel gives you an awesome deal if you want to save money on a fire pit table.
It costs less than $200!
What I Like About this Fire Pit:
1. Convenient Size
First of all, this table is more compact so it fits well on a smaller patio or deck. Because it is smaller, it is also lighter in weight and thus easier to move.
I have to admit, sometimes I wish my larger fire pit table was not so heavy and cumbersome to move.
2. High-End Design
Secondly, the sleek lines and modern design make this heat-producing table look expensive. I really like the black fire glass too. It’s included, buy the way.
You can give an instant upgrade to your deck or patio, not to mention turn it into a space that you can enjoy year-round.
3. Low Maintenance
Third, the frame is rust-proof and easy to clean. Just wipe it down with a wet rag. I am a big fan of low-maintenance patio furniture because I definitely don’t want to spend more time cleaning than I have to. =)
4. Low Cost
Last but not least, I love the price. Of course. Seriously, if you don’t care that you get minimal tabletop space, this is a steal!
What are the Downsides of the Fire Pit Table?
1. Not Much Table Space
As you’d expect, the lower price tag comes with a smaller table and thus less space to set your drinks and food. Although it does have an advantage on fire pits without any table space, you don’t get much.
2. Doesn’t Fit Well in Larger Spaces
Furthermore, if you have a larger space like an “outdoor room” with a sofa, this table may be too small. You may be better off going with a fire pit that has a larger table surface, like this one.
3. Assembly Required
Finally, this product requires assembly. Although this is fairly standard for fire pit tables, you still have to take the time to put it together.
Endless Summer Fire Pit Table Specs:
- Dimensions: 30″ long x 30″ wide x 24″ tall
- Bowl Diameter: 17″
- BTUs: 30,000
- Fuel Type: Propane (propane tank not included)
- Frame: Steel
- Color: Slate
- Weight: 53 lbs
- Rock Bed and Fire Bowl Cover Included (Get more table space!)
- Assembly Required
Wait. Another Fire Pit Table Under $200?
If one fire pit under $200 wasn’t good enough, here’s a second one! This model has a slate tabletop with similar dimensions and BTUs.
It features red/rust-colored lava rock in the bowl instead of black fire glass. Plus, the base has a wicker textured base design.
I think these two characteristics, along with the slate top, give this fire pit a more casual and rustic feel. It makes me think of relaxing at a mountain cabin.
By the way, below is a video review of the larger model, the “Aaron Slate”. It is larger version but features all of the same traits with a similar look and style. It gives you a good idea of what to expect from the Endless Summer fire pits.
Aaron Slate Fire Pit $700
The Aaron Slate model has 40,000 BTUs instead of 30,000 BTUs. The tabletop measures 48″ long x 28″ wide instead of 30″ long x 30″ wide. However, it costs 3 1/2 times as much as this fire bowl.