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    The forgotten Weber Flame 27000 Fireplace/Fire Pit

    Don't see much info on the site on these so I figured I'd post a couple pics of my 2005 Weber Flame Fireplace.

    I have owned it since 2010 and it sits outside, year-round here in the New England weather and never fails to light on the first or second click of the igniter. I have done absolutely nothing to it over they years but keep it covered and refill the 20 lb tank.

















    When I first got it all my "outdoorsy" friends laughed at me for buying a Propane Fire Pit. But over the years they've come around and now several of them are on the hunt for one!

    With the wheels that are on the back of it we can roll it where we want and if it starts to rain we wheel it under the carport and stay dry.

    As you can see it's great for my three kids as my 5 year old lights the fire when we do s'mores and when we are all done you just twist a knob and call it a night.

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    I've never seen one before, that's pretty sweet!
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    been wanting one for a long time but just to dang pricey. kids look happy so the battle is near won.
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    After sitting all Winter and Spring my 6 year old wanted to roast marshmallows. I turned on the propane and let him hit the ignite button, fired right up on the first push!
    Not bad for a 12 year old fire pit.
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    Very Nice!
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    Those are real neat. One of the interesting flings Weber took, along the lines of the torches and lanterns and coolers and other backyard accessories they did over the years.

    For those that don't know, they also made the Weber 2726 Wood Burning Fireplace and the Weber 2750 Fireplace for the Euro market.

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    I've been looking for one of these.... cannot find one ANYWHERE (for sale).
    Neighbors have one and love it.
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    he will not ship to Wisconsin
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    Road trip ?

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