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Ooni 3 Outdoor Pizza Oven £159.20 at John Lewis
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Ooni 3 Outdoor Pizza Oven £159.20 at John Lewis

£159.20£209.9924%John Lewis & Partners Deals
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Posted 27th SepEdited by:"stu385"
Links is to Ooni 3 Pizza Oven.
Appears to be 20% off entire Ooni range.

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The most amazing pizza oven ever and not to mention the best keema naans ever.
Wanted one of these for ages. Cheers OP. Trigger well and truly pulled.
Thanks, been wanting one of these for a while !
Ooni Pro for £399 also. Great find OP and thanks.
veridion27/09/2019 12:00

The most amazing pizza oven ever and not to mention the best keema naans …The most amazing pizza oven ever and not to mention the best keema naans ever.


Recipe for the naans? Thanks!
I received this as a gift this summer, what an amazing product, cannot recommend enough. Although all the add on bits will cost you around £50, such as pellets, Peel, blow torch etc
Nice one op. Same model with the pellets and cover for £183 looks a good deal as well?
veridion27/09/2019 12:00

The most amazing pizza oven ever and not to mention the best keema naans …The most amazing pizza oven ever and not to mention the best keema naans ever.



You’ve not used a roccbox then.
Brother has one of these, and they make AMAZING pizzas. Couldn't recommend enough. Heat added
Alipan27/09/2019 14:25

Nice one op. Same model with the pellets and cover for £183 looks a good …Nice one op. Same model with the pellets and cover for £183 looks a good deal as well?


Personally I think that’s a better deal if you are just starting out
Dam it this post has made me want one badly but now I just seen the Ooni Koda (Gas) it looks pretty sweet!
Anyone know what the advantage of using wood over gas is? they seem to get just as hot, is gas harder to find?
does it affect taste like charcoal and gas BBQs do?
Is it worth spending the extra on the Ooni Pizza Peels to go with this, or is similar quality available cheaper?
ooh, been looking at getting one of these for a while. i'd also be interested in anyone with pros and cons on wood v gas ones mentioned above?
the peel is nothing special TBH - just a thin flat bit of stainless with OONI stamped out....works fine though
niallmoran27/09/2019 15:34

the peel is nothing special TBH - just a thin flat bit of stainless with …the peel is nothing special TBH - just a thin flat bit of stainless with OONI stamped out....works fine though


Agreed, just make sure you get one that fits inside the oven obviously.
Brilliant little pizza oven. Used it a few times and was so impressed I upgraded to the new Ooni Karu on kickstarter.
Cornedbeef27/09/2019 15:53

Brilliant little pizza oven. Used it a few times and was so impressed I …Brilliant little pizza oven. Used it a few times and was so impressed I upgraded to the new Ooni Karu on kickstarter.


I take it you mean this one? DAM IT now I want that one
kickstarter.com/pro…ion
Edited by: "Phattypab" 27th Sep
Phattypab27/09/2019 15:20

Dam it this post has made me want one badly but now I just seen the Ooni …Dam it this post has made me want one badly but now I just seen the Ooni Koda (Gas) it looks pretty sweet!Anyone know what the advantage of using wood over gas is? they seem to get just as hot, is gas harder to find?does it affect taste like charcoal and gas BBQs do?


There are lots of arguments over this - my view is that the wood pellets get hotter so you can cook pizzas more quickly, and you can add the gas attachment to the Ooni 3 so you have the option of wood or gas.
I don’t think the wood imparts much flavour though as the pizzas only cook for around 90 seconds so not much difference for that.
Gas is arguably easier and more accessible but wood is more authentic!
Cornedbeef27/09/2019 15:53

Brilliant little pizza oven. Used it a few times and was so impressed I …Brilliant little pizza oven. Used it a few times and was so impressed I upgraded to the new Ooni Karu on kickstarter.


It’s not been released yet though....?
waby123427/09/2019 16:01

There are lots of arguments over this - my view is that the wood pellets …There are lots of arguments over this - my view is that the wood pellets get hotter so you can cook pizzas more quickly, and you can add the gas attachment to the Ooni 3 so you have the option of wood or gas. I don’t think the wood imparts much flavour though as the pizzas only cook for around 90 seconds so not much difference for that.Gas is arguably easier and more accessible but wood is more authentic!


Sounds like wood has the portiability advantage.
Phattypab27/09/2019 16:02

Sounds like wood has the portiability advantage.


Possibly! You don’t have to cart around a gas bottle. But then you’d need to cart around your pellets anyway.
Great deal op bought for my daughter
waby123427/09/2019 16:01

It’s not been released yet though....?


I preordered it through Kickstarter. Delivery should be in Feb next year. The Karu has the advantage of being able to burn charcoal and wood like the Ooni Pro but is portable like the Ooni 3.

I'll use my Ooni 3 until it arrives then stick it on ebay. There are not many 2nd hand ones around so they tend to hold their value pretty well imho.
Phattypab27/09/2019 15:20

Dam it this post has made me want one badly but now I just seen the Ooni …Dam it this post has made me want one badly but now I just seen the Ooni Koda (Gas) it looks pretty sweet!Anyone know what the advantage of using wood over gas is? they seem to get just as hot, is gas harder to find?does it affect taste like charcoal and gas BBQs do?


I have the koda (gas) and my brother in law has the one that takes pellets! He doesn't have to take gas around but he does have a big chimney poking out which makes it very cumbersome! The koda is very sleek when the feet are folded up. The 5kg patio gas bottles are pretty easy to carry around actually but bare in mind that pizza cooking is rarely a portable job! Dough, toppings, fuel, peel, boards! Usually a good few bags full!
As already mentioned there is a big debate on what tastes better, personally I can't tell the difference. The gas is so much easier to work and get up to temperature and control, after multiple attempts the bro was still burning the pizzas! I have yet to burn any! I know I may be biased but I think the gas is worth the extra!
Cornedbeef27/09/2019 16:38

I preordered it through Kickstarter. Delivery should be in Feb next year. …I preordered it through Kickstarter. Delivery should be in Feb next year. The Karu has the advantage of being able to burn charcoal and wood like the Ooni Pro but is portable like the Ooni 3. I'll use my Ooni 3 until it arrives then stick it on ebay. There are not many 2nd hand ones around so they tend to hold their value pretty well imho.



There are firegate/woodgate add-ons by Johnjoe Smith which enable you to burn lumpwood etc. using Ooni 3.
Did you consider them? Around £40 for the pair they are.
Lakeland selling them for the same price
Kirkhead27/09/2019 16:43

I have the koda (gas) and my brother in law has the one that takes …I have the koda (gas) and my brother in law has the one that takes pellets! He doesn't have to take gas around but he does have a big chimney poking out which makes it very cumbersome! The koda is very sleek when the feet are folded up. The 5kg patio gas bottles are pretty easy to carry around actually but bare in mind that pizza cooking is rarely a portable job! Dough, toppings, fuel, peel, boards! Usually a good few bags full! As already mentioned there is a big debate on what tastes better, personally I can't tell the difference. The gas is so much easier to work and get up to temperature and control, after multiple attempts the bro was still burning the pizzas! I have yet to burn any! I know I may be biased but I think the gas is worth the extra!


Just bought a Koda
Kirkhead27/09/2019 16:43

I have the koda (gas) and my brother in law has the one that takes …I have the koda (gas) and my brother in law has the one that takes pellets! He doesn't have to take gas around but he does have a big chimney poking out which makes it very cumbersome! The koda is very sleek when the feet are folded up. The 5kg patio gas bottles are pretty easy to carry around actually but bare in mind that pizza cooking is rarely a portable job! Dough, toppings, fuel, peel, boards! Usually a good few bags full! As already mentioned there is a big debate on what tastes better, personally I can't tell the difference. The gas is so much easier to work and get up to temperature and control, after multiple attempts the bro was still burning the pizzas! I have yet to burn any! I know I may be biased but I think the gas is worth the extra!


The chimney detaches with one clip 🏻
waby123427/09/2019 17:59

The chimney detaches with one clip 🏻


The bag is designed to carry it with the chimney on I believe? Also take it off but you will have something else to carry and try and protect!
Kirkhead27/09/2019 18:04

The bag is designed to carry it with the chimney on I believe? Also take …The bag is designed to carry it with the chimney on I believe? Also take it off but you will have something else to carry and try and protect!


It’s designed to be left on if used as a cover but not as a bag. The chimney goes inside the oven..
waby123427/09/2019 18:17

It’s designed to be left on if used as a cover but not as a bag. The c …It’s designed to be left on if used as a cover but not as a bag. The chimney goes inside the oven..


That's clever! I take it back
you guys are not making this an easier... sounds like ill need the kickstarter Karu one then, (can do both wood and gas). wood for when I am feeling experimental and run out of GAS (I have a log burner so always have some wood) GAS when entertaining to make it easy not to burn...
I love my Ooni3 I now use it with a sizzle pan to cook great steaks, and no smell indoors.
I am getting the pro. Going to try and cook some wood fired sourdough bread
Edited by: "ehadz" 28th Sep
I got one in the recent Homebase clearout for £135 (I had a 10%) coupon replaced my S2 which was fab
ive already the gas attachment and a mate has made me a SS square to cover the chimney when using the gas
not fired it up yet but theses are great
Phattypab27/09/2019 16:01

I take it you mean this one? DAM IT now I want that one I take it you mean this one? DAM IT now I want that one https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tapaninaho/ooni-karu-a-game-changing-portable-wood-fired-pizza-oven/description


Wow! I want an Ooni too now! But lack of space prevents.
I love real pizza, but I'm concerned about using an oven like this in town.

Particulates and other polluting effects are a worry.
ehadz28/09/2019 00:41

I am getting the pro. Going to try and cook some wood fired sourdough bread


Please let me know how it goes. I've just purchased the pro and I would like to try baking bread as well.
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