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Landmann USA 28925 Ball of Fire Outdoor Fireplace
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- Outdoor fireplace with spherical spark screen
- Unobstructed 360-degree view of the fire
- Large pivoting door with large handle for easy refueling
- Sturdy steel construction with 30-inch-diameter firebowl
- Measures 30-1/4 by 32-3/4 by 34-3/4 inches
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|Item Dimensions||34.75 x 32.75 x 30.25 inches|
|Item Weight||47 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||28925|
|Shipping Weight||58.35 pounds|
Light up and warm up the next outdoor gathering with Landmann's unique Ball of Fire outdoor fireplace. When filled with flame at night, this spherical fireplace looks like a fireball floating in midair. Offering a 360-degree view of the flame; the unit measures 30.25 by 32.75 by 34.75 inches for plenty of warmth on decks, patios, pools and more. A large pivoting door with an extra large handle means easy access when it's time to stoke the logs or refuel. All-steel construction ensures optimal durability and support.
Landmann offers a large selection of grills, grates, fireplaces and smokers, as well as firewood storage racks and fire starter (also available at Amazon.com) for easier, cleaner burning with less ash.
Top Customer Reviews
I went ahead and ordered it thinking because I would do all those things and that I am OCD when assembling things that I wouldn't experience any issues. I did though.
Assembly was actually fairly simple. The instructions were clear, and it came with all the needed parts (I checked before I got started). The instructions say 45 minutes to assemble...perhaps if you skip the step of checking for all the parts, tear through the box and have a second set of hands it would take 45 minutes, but it took me 2 hours, by myself, taking pieces out of the box carefully as to not scratch them and I made sure to line everything up, keep screws loose when instructed to, tightened when instructed too etc.
At first I noticed the quality of the paint on the legs and how heavy and sturdy they felt, A+. Then I noticed the pan, also clean clear coat of paint and sturdy; a few touch up spots that had been done at the factory, but nothing to be alarmed about, B+. Once I started taking out the "round" pieces; there are 12 pieces that are used to make each half of the dome, I noticed chipped paint here and there, some rust dust and the screen had paint build up, sharp edges, C+.
I got it all assembled and what do I first notice, but that Logo is NOT what is pictured. (I took photos of the firepit and everything I am talking about, but for some reason do not see the option to upload my own photos). The logo is stamped into one of the side rails and honestly that's fine, but why the change I wondered.
Once assembled I closed the lid and it didn't line up with the bottom portion of the pit, by about 1/2 inch. So one side of the firepit lines up neatly with the bottom, while the other half is significantly smaller in size and inward of the bottom portion. It gave the whole firepit a very funny look.
My thought was they changed the manufacturing company or design and when doing so the firepit became a lesser quality than what is pictured. In the photo things align nicely, paint looks good and the logo stands out and looks clean.
I am now spending time taking it all apart to ship back. For the price, $171, it's NOT worth it. It's more of a $120 firepit based on it's quality, but my assumption is they have to ask more for it because there are more working parts and it takes longer to manufacture the pieces than it does of a firepit that is a square.
I would not suggest this firepit unless you have the means to paint it and plan on keeping the lid opened as to avoid having to look at the crooked circle.
It's very solid - you might have to tighten the occasional screw, but clearly this is a quality product.
What I like about it: on the one hand, it feels safe, because it's completely enclosed in mesh and doesn't touch the ground . So no real concern about burning my house down -- or my neighbors' houses. On the other hand, it somehow manages to *feel* like an actual campfire. Every time we have a party, we end up lighting a fire in it, and towards the end of the night people enjoy sitting around the fire and watching the embers. Really happy to have this.