Gin 90 Dining Firepit Table in Natural, Graphite, Bone or Teak Finish by EcoSmart Fire
Enjoy a sense of luxury and style with the Gin 90 Dining Fire Pit Table, which features one of the most popular of the elongated ethanol burners - the XL900 burner as its centrepiece. Perfectly proportioned as a functional, freestanding dining table, it provides warmth in all seasons and makes a good companion for meals and chats around beautiful dancing flames of warmth, even when the temperature outdoors drops.
Smokeless and safe to use indoors or outdoors, this fire pit dining table is able to accommodate from 4 to 6 people comfortably and is easy to clean. Choose from a beautiful warm-toned teak base or 3 concrete finishes made from durable yet lightweight commercial-grade concrete, incorporating Fluid™ Concrete Technology. Explore the other Gin 90 Series Fire Pit Table here, available at different heights.
Key Features of Gin 90 Dining Freestanding Fire Pit Table
- Elegant, sleek and seamless integration of fireplace innovation and functional dining table design that looks great indoor and outdoor.
- Fueled by e-NRG bioethanol fuel, it only produces heat, steam and carbon dioxide, with no smoke, odours, ash or soot to clean up when you enjoy a meal and conversation around the fire pit table.
Easy, cost-free installation- the Gin 90 Dining Fire Table does not require connection to power or gas or installation by a tradesperson- just unpack and position.
Quality materials and toughened glass give peace of mind making the EcoSmart Fire tables the product of choice for homeowners, leading architects and designers.
All EcoSmart Fire products are produced with quality and safety in mind, the fire pit tables have been rigorously tested against a number of global standards and are certified for EU and UK in accordance with EN16647, UL Listed in the USA, and satisfies the ACCC Safety Mandate for Australia.
Easy cleaning - simply wash the ethanol burners in the dishwasher or sink.
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