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Old 05-11-2018   #11
 
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I've got a Smith trip coming up on June 10th. What are the odds of getting one shipped before then if I go ahead and pre-order? I can post a review here for the community.
I have a June 10th as well, I'm going to wander around Baker looking for this thing!

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Lucky bastards!
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I have a June 10th as well, I'm going to wander around Baker looking for this thing!
See you there. I'll have a bottle of bourbon handy to share
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Thank you, everyone, for your questions so far. Let us know if anyone has any more questions or concerns - well be posting some videos later this week addressing some of the common reservations about the Pit.
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Old 05-15-2018   #15
 
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Preordered mine last week.

Hitting the Middle Fork next week; don't think I will get it in time for that trip. But I'm hoping to get it for my Hells trip July 8th.

BTW, somebody else is bringing their firepan on the Middle Fork next week. I am not concerned about meeting the regulations for that trip as their firepan will be sufficient. I just want it to show it off!
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Preordered mine last week.

Hitting the Middle Fork next week; don't think I will get it in time for that trip. But I'm hoping to get it for my Hells trip July 8th.

BTW, somebody else is bringing their firepan on the Middle Fork next week. I am not concerned about meeting the regulations for that trip as their firepan will be sufficient. I just want it to show it off!


Go ahead and private message us your order number - I'll see if we can get you one out for the Middle Fork trip.
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Old 05-16-2018   #17
 
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Im just curious:

The 2 mesh fire pits I've seen overseas seemed to leave fine white ash under the device.

Does yours allow ash to fall through?
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Im just curious:

The 2 mesh fire pits I've seen overseas seemed to leave fine white ash under the device.

Does yours allow ash to fall through?


Great question, we cannot speak for any of the pits overseas but our mesh is spaced at around 60 microns.

This means only the finest powder will fall through the mesh. From the testing we've done, you can expect around a teaspoon of ash to fall through over 8 hours of burning.


Hope this helps!
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Neeto. Thanks.
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Old 05-22-2018   #20
 
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I use a fire pan mostly to support Dutch Oven cooking. This means 3 somewhat pointed legs on your wire mesh. Can the mesh support this type of use? On a standard flat (heavy) fire pan the DO is very stable. Can it wiggle on this mesh or is it fairly stable? A lighter fire pan is very desirable to me.
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