We received this Copper Fire Pit for Christmas last year. I do not know why, as we can burn in our neighborhood and already have a circle of rocks for that purpose. Anyway, we got it and we are going to use it.
This Copper Fire Pit requires assembly. The assembly was so easy we did not have to refer to the directions. While putting it together, I felt the quality was pretty good and it should serve us well. This is not the case.
Since we have a bonfire circle, I decided to use this Copper Fire Pit on the Deck. I figured it was a nice decoration. I also thought it could provide warmth on cooler nights when we have guests over.
The size is good at 34 inches in diameter. The bowl has a depth of about a foot, so you can build a decent fire. There is a wood rack grate that sits snugly inside the copper bowl. The pit also came with a mesh ember dome, tarp weather cover, and dome lift bar.
After only two uses the grate is already warped, this will be a problem in the future. The mesh dome is starting to rust, even though it is coated with enamel. The most frustrating problem is the weather tarp has already disintegrated--it has been approximately 5 months since we got it!
Even thought this Copper Fire Pit is aesthetically pleasing, and has a nice size, it is not worth the money paid for it. We will use ours, but not as a fire pit once the grate falls apart. This pit will find a new life as a flower pot, water fountain, or beverage cooler.