Halo Elevated

£3,150.00£4,950.00

36″ (914 mm), 48″ (1219 mm)

These sculptural, elevated fire pits provide the glow of a campfire along with space for glasses and plates at coffee table height.

 
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Description

The Halo Elevated fire pits

The halo series of fire pits and fire tables are expansions from the original Halo Low 36. As with the low Halos, each elevated Halo cradles its flame, allowing the flickering fire light to reflect on its polished concrete surface. Crisp outer edges curve smoothly into their central fire openings, creating a modern, sculptural feel.

The table tops rest on 762 mm wide box bases which give these modern fire pits a substantial foundation and raises them to coffee table height. With their clean profiles and soft curves the Halo Elevated 36 and 48 fit well into a wide variety of outdoor environments, from traditional to modern. Both sizes offer the warmth of fire along with the functionality of a table and can be used in conjunction with standard seating. The Halo fire tables are available in 2 sizes (914mm and 1219 mm diameter tops) for large or smaller outdoor spaces and are suitable for residential and commercial installations.

As with all Solus fire pits and fire tables the construction of fire pits is world class. The burners are constructed of commercial grade brass and come with a 25 year warranty. The entire range of Solus fire pits have had extensive testing for Canadian , American and European standards and as such rate as an appliance.  They are suitable for commercial as well as residential applications. The halo series is very popular for commercial locations as it provides not only heat and ambience but table functionality which allows for the placement of small plates and drinks.

The elevated halo series both 36 and 48 are available to clients in both North America through our Vancouver location and through our London office for all locations in the UK , Europe and the Middle East.  All Halo series are available in all three fuels types including natural gas, liquid propane and bio fuel (more commonly known as ethanol).

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