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OW Lee Introduces the Zen Fire Pit

Thursday, June 8, 2017

OW Lee, a manufacturer of high-end outdoor furniture, fire pits, and accessories located in Ontario, California, announced today the introduction of their new Zen fire pit. Zen is a 42-in. square fire pit with a modern look that includes the element of light as well as fire.

The Buddhist concept of Zen is centralized in the idea of being one with all that surrounds you. With the new Zen fire pit, elements of color, light, and fire are brought together to create an extraordinary place to entertain. With over 1,600 color options on the LED light display, it’s easy to bring together all aspects of the backyard.

“Fire pits are already the ultimate outdoor entertaining piece, and now with Zen, it has been taken to a new level with customizable LED lighting,” said Terri Lee Rogers, president and VP of Sales & Marketing. “This fire pit is the epitome of fun!”

The Zen fire pit offers beautiful fireside ambiance using propane, and also comes with a natural gas converter. Zen has a custom-built OTL certified, stainless-steel burner and an 60k Btu adjustable flame that provides the warmth and comfort of a campfire without the hassle of smoke and ash. The Zen fire pit will be available for the 2017-18 season.

www.owlee.com

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