New Pitboss Fire Pit

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I got an email today for the new Pitboss Smokeless Firepit:

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What do you think? Seems like it would be expensive to use burning bags of pellets?
 
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I've been looking at the Breeo fire pits for a long time but can't swallow that price tag yet..lol
 

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For me the whole point of an outdoor fire pit IS the smoke. I love it! The smoke keeps the mosquitoes at bay. Not sure I would want something like this and would want to "waste" pellets using it. But who knows, might be nice to have in the backyard. I'd never buy one.
 

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Pellets and adding wood chunks to keep it going, most likely have to plug it in to electric. Regular firewood from a local firewood dealer would be way more economical. We have a propane fire pit that works for us.
 
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Pellets and adding wood chunks to keep it going, most likely have to plug it in to electric. Regular firewood from a local firewood dealer would be way more economical. We have a propane fit pit that works for us.
We use a propane fire pit most of the time too. It's just easy and does the job.
 

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Hi and sorry for reviving. Did anyone get experience with it? How the wood pellets can be smokeless or is it a special kind? As far as I understood right, such configurations of fire pits are highly susceptible to rust even fire pit covers can't help
 
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