Solo Stove

Pi Fire

Solo Stove

Pi Fire

CA $299.99 - CA $529.99

Bring pizza-making to your nights around the fire with our favorite fire pit topping! Pi Fire combines the best of our Solo Stove products to bring pizza cooking to your smokeless fire pit.

Pi Fire Is A Part Of The Pi Fire Pit System And Must Be Used With Your Solo Stove Fire Pit For A Safe And Complete Experience.

What's Included
  • Pi Fire: Bring pizza-making to your nights around the fire
  • Carrying Case: Make pizza wherever you are
  • Gloves: The ultimate protection
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Enhanced Versatility

Pi Fire is designed to elevate the fire pit experience. Or, in this case, elevate above the fire pit. Sit around the fire while enjoying s’mores and artisan quality pizza.

Made To Move

From the backyard to the backwoods enjoy wood-fired artisan pizza anywhere your fire pit can go. With built-in handles for easy portability, an included carry case, and a simple setup, Pi Fire is ready for the adventure.

Make The Outdoors, Yours

Pi Fire is compatible with our family of Solo Stove fire pits and with most of our expanding range of accessories, bringing a whole new level of customization to your outdoor cooking experience.

Lifetime Warranty

Pi Fire is made so everyone can enjoy a smokeless fire, a delicious slice, and great moments outside. Our lifetime warranty ensures your satisfaction with Pi Fire, so that you can enjoy it season after season

Dimensions & Materials

Bonfire Pi

  • Diameter (Stone): 14.0 in. | 35.6 cm.
  • Diameter (Oven): 19.3 in. | 49.1 cm.
  • Height (Oven): 16.9 in. | 43 cm. 
  • Weight: 19.6 lbs. | 8.9 kg. 
  • Materials: Ceramic Coated Stainless Steel

Yukon Pi

  • Diameter (Stone): 20.0 in. | 50.8 cm.
  • Diameter (Oven): 26.5 in.| 67.3 cm.
  • Height (Oven): 19.1 in. | 48.5 cm.
  • Weight: 44.5 lbs. | 20.18 kg. 
  • Materials: Ceramic Coated Stainless Steel

Ranger Pi

  • Diameter (Stone): 12.0 in. | 30.5 cm. 
  • Diameter (Oven): 15.0 in. | 38.1 cm.
  • Height (Oven): 15.7 in. | 39.9 cm. 
  • Weight: 13.4 lbs. | 6.1 kg. 
  • Materials: Ceramic Coated Stainless Steel

Frequently Asked Questions

Is assembly required?

Yes, some assembly is required. Simply attach three legs to the base of Pi Fire with the included 6 screws and washers.

What wood should I burn when using Pi Fire?

To limit soot on your pizza, we suggest using hardwoods, specifically oak.

How long does it take Pi Fire to bake a pizza?

Many variables can affect cooking time. The temperature of the stone and dough thickness could slow down or speed up cooking time. But on average, it will take 7-8 minutes to bake the pizza.

What temperature should the stone be before I launch a pizza?

We recommend launching a pizza when the center of the stone is between 500-650F degrees.

How do I get and keep the stone above 500F degrees?

We recommend starting your fire with 2-3 logs for Ranger, 3-4 logs for Bonfire, and 4-5 logs for Yukon / Canyon. Add an additional log when temperatures stall or when the temperature decreases (generally happens after a pizza is cooked). Remember, to limit soot, you don't want the fire raging; rather, you want the flame constantly dancing below or at the bottom of the Pi Fire oven.

Can I use Pi Fire with other Solo Stove fire pit accessories?

Yes! Pi Fire was designed so that you can continue to use the fire pit accessories that you love. This includes the surround to protect your loved ones, shield to block embers, sticks to cook s’mores, and tools to add logs and stoke the fire.

Can I use Pi Fire with Pi Silicon Mat?

No, we do not recommend placing Pi Silicone Mat on top of Pi Fire. Placing anything on top of the oven will affect its ability to heat up and filter out soot.

Does Pi Fire work with the Flame Ring?

Yes! Pi Fire should always be used with the Flame Ring.

Can I use Pi Fire with the cooking system hub?

No. Pi Fire does not work with the Hub. Pi Fire comes with three legs (similar to the heat deflector) that nest your Pi Fire onto your fire pit

How often do I need to turn my pizza while in the oven?

Baking pizza in Pi Fire is a leisurely cooking experience, when compared to our Pi pizza oven that gets to 900F degrees. Once launched, we recommend turning your pizza every couple of minutes.

How does Pi Fire differ from Pi pizza oven?

Baking pizza in the Pi Fire at 500-650F degrees is a much more forgiving environment than baking pizzas at +900F degrees in your Pi oven. It’s why we refer to Pi Fire as a leisurely pizza cooking experience. Additionally, Pi Fire is more portable and comes with a carry/storage case.

How do I clean the Pi Fire and Stone?

While the stone is still warm, use a wire cleaning brush to remove residue from the stone. Once the stone has cooled, you can use a paper towel to wipe away soot. Do NOT submerge the stone under water or use soap.

Allow your Pi Fire to cool completely before cleaning. Gently clean with warm soapy water and soft terry cloth or paper towel. Do NOT used anything abrasive on the ceramic coating

Can I place or remove my Pi Fire on my fire pit after a fire is already going?

Yes. Always take extra precaution when placing or removing your Pi Fire. Always wear heat-resistant gloves and always store far away from children, adults and pets when allowing the Pi Fire to cool.


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