Description

Eva Solo's FireBox garden wood burner infuses your outdoor living space with a cosy atmosphere – the kind that only the crackling of an open fire can bring. The modern and minimalist outdoor fireplace is ideal for a variety of settings from the patio or garden of your home to the summer cottage or vacation home.

FireBox is made of top-quality corten steel, an exceptionally weather-resistant material, which ensures that the burner can be left outdoors all year round. What makes the material special is the patina, a stable layer of rust on its surface, that serves as a protective, corrosion-resistant barrier, making sure that the steel won't rust all the way through. The burner will continue to patinate as it is exposed to weather and use which means that the colour and surface patterns of the burner will change and develop over time.

Along with the fascinating material, the appearance of the FireBox outdoor log burner is characterised by its sleek, reduced design that not only pleases the eye but is also practical: the burner features an integrated firewood holder underneath the actual firebox, allowing you to easily add firewood to the fire. It also has a built-in chimney that directs the smoke out from the back of the burner. The FireBox outdoor wood burner is delivered assembled and ready to use.

Eva Solo

FireBox outdoor fireplace


Availability

In stock on 20 May, 2021

Quantity


Material
Corten-steel
Colour
Brown
Width
37,5
Depth
43 cm
Height
124,4 cm
Weight
48 kg
Notes
For outdoor use only. Do not use on wooden flooring or other flammable surfaces. Avoid using the garden wood burner in strong winds to avoid overheating and flying sparks.
Make sure that the burner and the ash are completely cold before removing the ash or before wood burner. The ash should always be left to cool for 1-2 days before being taken to the dustbin to prevent embers igniting the rubbish or the rubbish bag.
Care instructions
Wash with warm water or use a soft brush or sponge. Wipe dry.
Scratching may cause rusting under the surface layer. In most cases, scratches can be repaired with a paint that can withstand a temperature of 800 C. Ask your local hardware store for advice.