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The One Gift for Dad That the Whole Family Can Enjoy

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One of the best gifts for Dad — Christmas, birthday, and anything in between!

Looking for the best birthday or Christmas gifts for Dad, aka the guy who already has everything (or says he doesn’t want anything)?

He works hard for your family, and you want to give him something that he will actually use — and enjoy. You’ve already given all the ties and novelty socks, which are probably still buried in the back of a drawer somewhere.

Admittedly, I’m not always one to think ahead when it comes to gift giving. I don’t like to buy gifts just for the sake of having something to give, unless I’m certain that it won’t end up collecting dust.

But if I know it’s something he really wants, something he actually needs (so exciting, I know), or if it’s something that the whole family can enjoy, then I’m all over it.

Shortly after we got married, Dan and I stopped exchanging gifts for a little while. Instead, we put our heads together and came up with some ideas for bigger items we wanted, and really needed. (Mainly new furniture for the home we had just purchased.)

Anyway, what else can you give the dad who already has everything?

Not only do I have the perfect gift for the guy who says he doesn’t want anything, but it’s something that the whole family can enjoy.

Here’s a hint:

 

  1. It’s something that will provide hours and hours of family bonding time.
  2. Not only is it practical, but it can be a lot of fun, too.
  3. It will facilitate in creating memories for the whole family.

 

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So, what is the one gift for Dad that the whole family can enjoy?

It’s the Solo Stove bonfire fire pit, and — yes — it’s worth the investment.

The Solo Stove bonfire is the perfect gift for the dad who says he doesn’t want anything (because he doesn’t actually realize that he wants it!).

He’s probably a family man who just wants to spend quality time with the people who love him most…am I right?

Does he enjoy spending time outdoors? Does he love sitting by a campfire (but hates playing musical chairs in an attempt to avoid the smoke)? If yes, then the Solo Stove bonfire is the perfect gift for him!

The Solo Stove bonfire pit is best known for its unique design that maximizes airflow and the burning process for a more complete burn with little to no smoke. This means everyone will enjoy hanging out by the bonfire, not just Dad.

To sum up this thoughtful gift for Dad, it is:

 

  • portable
  • log friendly
  • low smoke
  • durable
  • stainless steel

 

And here are the tech specs, if you were wondering about the size:

Height: 14 inches
Width: 19.5 inches
Weight: 20 lbs
Materials: Stainless steel
Fuel: Firewood Logs

 

Really? No more smoke or smelly clothes? That sounds great, but…

 

 

Is it truly one of the best gifts for Dad who already has everything?

It does sound too good to be true, doesn’t it?

But is it really the one gift for Dad that he — and the rest of the family — will actually use and enjoy?

I had never heard of such a fire pit before, until Dan mentioned that he was interested in buying one — and this is coming from the dad who says he doesn’t want anything. Of course, I had to find out if the Solo Stove bonfire was everything he claimed. Since it had earned 4.5 stars on Amazon, we decided to buy it, and it turned out to be a great investment.

 

Click here to see what people are saying on Amazon.

 

To further answer your question…

Yes, as long as you follow the instructions, the Solo Stove bonfire truly is smoke free.

Per the instructions that came with the fire pit: Flip the ring over so the angled edges point upward. Also, be sure not to overfill the bonfire; the stack of logs should stay below the secondary burn air vents.

 

graphic solo stove bonfire fire pit instructions

 

Does he love to go camping? The Solo Stove bonfire is super portable.

Simply dump out the ashes and clean it out, then put it in the carrying case that came with your fire pit. Even if you prefer not to take it camping, it’s portable enough to store when not in use.

 

It truly is a gift for Dad that the whole family will use and enjoy!

For many years, I avoided bonfires as much as possible because I can’t stand the smoke in my face or the lingering campfire smell on my clothes.

But with the Solo Stove bonfire fire pit, you don’t have to worry about any of that. Dad, Mom, and kids…it’s a gift you will all enjoy and use all season long.

 

photo of bonfire, a fun family fall activity

 

Where can I buy the Solo Stove bonfire?

Order the “world’s most unique fire pit” on Amazon for the best price and free shipping — then enjoy bonfires with Dad and the whole family for many years to come!

 

You might also enjoy: Practical Gift Ideas for New Homeowners (that They’ll Actually Use)

 

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54 Comments

  1. Just giving myself a pat on the back for finding an awesome gift for Mom for Mother’s Day. Good reminder that Father’s Day is coming! Thsi looks like a terrific idea.

  2. What a great gift idea! I love that it is smaller so it can be moved. And it promotes family AND couple time!

    1. That’s awesome! Technically, we could have a bonfire year round here, but it’s hard to find the motivation in the middle of winter. Although it seems that it would be the perfect time to huddle around a fire, bundled up in blankets…..

  3. This is a great idea. My husband is super hard to buy for, and we have been wanting a fire pit. Thanks for sharing!

  4. My husband got a firepit for a birthday present last year and it has been the best thing. It’s portable so we’ve taken it with us when we’ve gone camping. So not only can we enjoy s’mores at home, but we can enjoy them while camping too. It was a lifesaver the last time we went camping because it was too wet to get a wood fire started. All of our friends ended up using our firepit to cook their dinner too!

    1. I always loved bonfires as a kid, but it’s so much better with the Solo Stove bonfire and the lack of smoke. 🙂

    1. Such a bummer! The great thing about the Solo Stove bonfire is that it’s pretty small and portable…but you still have to keep it far enough away from anything that might catch fire!

    1. The house we recently moved into has a super rusty fire ring, but it’s full of stuff that needs to be burned before we can get rid of it!! Ugh.

  5. Adding it to the list of ideas! Usually Dave wants car parts, but you’re right – this is something we can all enjoy…. although I guess we enjoy the car rides, too! lol

  6. That is a cool gift! We love our fire pit in the backyard. It’s so magical to sit around a fire on summer evenings!

    1. Lol! That’s great, hope you are able to try out the Solo Stove bonfire, and I’d love to hear how it works out for you.

  7. Some of our best nights are outside around the campfire – we are in the market for a new firepit and have to check this out!

    1. That sounds great! If you end up getting a Solo Stove fire pit, I’d love to hear how it works out for you. 🙂

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