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Old 01-01-2018, 12:50 PM   #1
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Flame Genie Inferno SS

Has anyone used or seen in action the flame genie inferno in stainless steel? Is a pellet fire pit a good investment? It is getting expensive to buy firewood at campgrounds. Here in the northeast campgrounds are not allowing you to bring in your own firewood.
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If you're burning pellets, that can get quite expensive. Seems to me that at $6.00 for 2 lbs of pellets you're spending a lot of money to have a fire. May be less expensive if you just get a propane fire pit and run it off a 20 lb bottle of propane.

At many campgrounds they don't allow wood fires but do allow either those pressed logs or propane.
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$6 for 2#'s of pellets?
I buy 40#'s for $5.49.
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We just had a house burn to the ground using a pellet stove. Top of the line I am told. The auto feed mechanism somehow got jammed and kept feeding pellets. They only need a small handful to operate correctly and I can see how one could get away from you.

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