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Solo Stove fire pits have taken that market by storm, and rightfully so. They're sleek with all-metal finishes, easy to start and entirely smokeless. 

And available now is Solo Stove's 2.0 line—consisting of the Ranger 2.0, Bonfire 2.0 and Yukon 2.0. The significant change here is that these feature a removable ash pan. Once you wrap your fire pit session, you can let it cool, slide out the pan and discard the ash.

There isn't an easy way to clean up the earlier models. You'll need some muscle to lift the fire pit over, dump the ash or use a tool to pull it out. Solo Stove says that a removable bottom pan is one of the most requested features and they're delivering on that with the 2.0 models.

And that's really the only change; the Ranger, Bonfire, and Yukon options represent small, medium and large. They still offer a smokeless experience through the proprietary 360-degree airflow tech and boast stainless steel builds. They can fit into almost any patio or backyard. The 2.0 line keeps the lifetime warranty—so if something goes wrong, Solo Stove can come in with a fix.

You can use a Solo Stove to set the scene at an outdoor get-together, keep the temperature warm even in cooler seasons, cook up some smores, or pair it with an accessory to get even more out of it. For instance, you can get various types of firewood and starters to make it easier to light, a stand to use on specific surfaces, or even a handle to let you move it around more easily.

Here's how the link breaks down by price and links to lock in an order. The complete Solo Stove 2.0 with the removable ash pan is shipping now, and all three are discounted.

We'll be going hands-on with the Solo Stove 2.0 in the coming weeks for a review, but we're pretty confident this 2.0 line will make fans of these smokeless fire pits pretty darn happy. And it should at least deliver a similar experience, with a much quicker required clean-up.

Prices are accurate and items in stock at time of publishing.