Ooni 3 Portable Wood-fired Outdoor Pizza Oven £159.20 Dispatched from and sold by Lakeland amazon
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Ooni 3 Portable Wood-fired Outdoor Pizza Oven £159.20 Dispatched from and sold by Lakeland amazon

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Posted 1st Oct
Bargain at this price! Seems to be a price match to John Lewis, might be useful for those who have vouchers.
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Voted hot The Koda is also reduced to £196. It's probably the one I would choose.
fisiksguy01/10/2019 15:05

Voted hot The Koda is also reduced to £196. It's probably the one I would …Voted hot The Koda is also reduced to £196. It's probably the one I would choose.


Why the koda?

Im seriously considering this one, at this price
Shogril01/10/2019 15:18

Why the koda?Im seriously considering this one, at this price


I much prefer the 3 to koda. More versatile to cook with pellets, wood or gas with the add on. I don't like gas but each to their own.
Shogril01/10/2019 15:18

Why the koda?Im seriously considering this one, at this price


The Koda is much more portable and I prefer gas for convenience. It depends how much you value the wood fired taste.

The ooni 3 can be converted to gas for around £60.
What's the quality of the pizza like? Seen pictures with people's modded ones by drilling and adding a temp gauge to the front and some people report it doesnt get near the 400 deg required, or the back end of the pizza burnt.

Not knocking this deal at all but are these things actually worth it for what is essentially a box with a pellet burner and a chimney stuck on? I was thinking of making one myself or alternatively buying something like this cheapo pizza oven and not attaching the base or attaching little furniture legs on
LethalSilence01/10/2019 16:18

What's the quality of the pizza like? Seen pictures with people's modded …What's the quality of the pizza like? Seen pictures with people's modded ones by drilling and adding a temp gauge to the front and some people report it doesnt get near the 400 deg required, or the back end of the pizza burnt. Not knocking this deal at all but are these things actually worth it for what is essentially a box with a pellet burner and a chimney stuck on? I was thinking of making one myself or alternatively buying something like this cheapo pizza oven and not attaching the base or attaching little furniture legs on


Amazing no modding needed, gets up to temp in 15-20mins, I rotate every 20s and it’s done in 60s. Read the instructions to fill the hopper as I didn’t the first time and I kept loading the tray. Buying an infra red thermometer off amazon for less than a tenner, you know the stones hot
LethalSilence01/10/2019 16:18

What's the quality of the pizza like? Seen pictures with people's modded …What's the quality of the pizza like? Seen pictures with people's modded ones by drilling and adding a temp gauge to the front and some people report it doesnt get near the 400 deg required, or the back end of the pizza burnt. Not knocking this deal at all but are these things actually worth it for what is essentially a box with a pellet burner and a chimney stuck on? I was thinking of making one myself or alternatively buying something like this cheapo pizza oven and not attaching the base or attaching little furniture legs on


No problem whatsoever getting the stone to as much as 550°c using pellets. No modding required and a temp gauge at the front is pointless. You want to know the stone temp with an IR thermometer.
bought one last summer, didn't use it once this summer. There's a steep learning curve with this equipment. Lots of variables that you need to get just right. The pizza can be great, but lots od duds along the way
Redking01/10/2019 19:54

bought one last summer, didn't use it once this summer. There's a steep …bought one last summer, didn't use it once this summer. There's a steep learning curve with this equipment. Lots of variables that you need to get just right. The pizza can be great, but lots od duds along the way


Gotta disagree - I have the Koda and the wife has done the dough as per the Ooni recipe that comes in the box and the pizza is restarant quality. We batch make the dough and then freeze it. PizzaApp is great if you want to try different methods.

We use our portable oven about once a week, I really love just a simple margarita and a bit of chilli oil.

Really surprised overall how it is to make a pizza, but I do agree it takes a bit of getting used too - which is sometimres where the fun is at.
I think these are great - love ours. It’s not like whacking a frozen pizza in the oven, there is some effort and skill required. However the results are brilliant.

I did a steak in mine a few weeks ago - absolutely delicious!!
fisiksguy01/10/2019 15:52

The Koda is much more portable and I prefer gas for convenience. It …The Koda is much more portable and I prefer gas for convenience. It depends how much you value the wood fired taste. The ooni 3 can be converted to gas for around £60.


Out of interest why do you say the Koda is more portable?
I have a 3 with the gas attachment. Not used pellets since, you can get decent results with them but really have to be vigilant with topping up, ideally someone doing just that. Gas is super easy, the pizzas still come out great. Koda is cheaper than 3 plus the burner so if you’re more inclined towards gas it’s a better buy IMO.
waby123401/10/2019 20:06

Out of interest why do you say the Koda is more portable?


I guess there isn't a huge difference. Just the chimney on the 3 seems like a pain. Dont have to worry about that on the koda
fisiksguy01/10/2019 20:32

I guess there isn't a huge difference. Just the chimney on the 3 seems …I guess there isn't a huge difference. Just the chimney on the 3 seems like a pain. Dont have to worry about that on the koda


Chimney goes in the oven
Had a pizza out of one of these at a beer festival. I may have had a couple, but it was a seriously good pizza 🍕
Another vote for the Koda here but great post op. Better heat regulation. I love mine.
38587852-RDH3p.jpgFor those wondering how the pizza cooks in thing. It's amazing.
LethalSilence01/10/2019 16:18

What's the quality of the pizza like? Seen pictures with people's modded …What's the quality of the pizza like? Seen pictures with people's modded ones by drilling and adding a temp gauge to the front and some people report it doesnt get near the 400 deg required, or the back end of the pizza burnt. Not knocking this deal at all but are these things actually worth it for what is essentially a box with a pellet burner and a chimney stuck on? I was thinking of making one myself or alternatively buying something like this cheapo pizza oven and not attaching the base or attaching little furniture legs on


I got one of those cheap pizza ovens from Tesco last year for about 60 pounds.
It cooks good pizza, but in order to cook neapolitan style you need a lot of fire (not charcoal) and it is hard to maintain at high temp over 500C.

Also, I had it covered, and still got rust during winter.

So, for me, better invest your money on this little thing, as I believe it will be easier to use and you can easily store it indoors to last more.

BTW I have just ordered it!
sagwnias02/10/2019 08:29

I got one of those cheap pizza ovens from Tesco last year for about 60 …I got one of those cheap pizza ovens from Tesco last year for about 60 pounds.It cooks good pizza, but in order to cook neapolitan style you need a lot of fire (not charcoal) and it is hard to maintain at high temp over 500C.Also, I had it covered, and still got rust during winter.So, for me, better invest your money on this little thing, as I believe it will be easier to use and you can easily store it indoors to last more.BTW I have just ordered it!


You wont regret it. I bought a pro after using this for a year. Going to try and bake some wood fired sourdough in it.
Nice! Are the Ooni pellets good? They seem like the best value at £18 for 10kg
Sentral02/10/2019 10:58

Nice! Are the Ooni pellets good? They seem like the best value at £18 for …Nice! Are the Ooni pellets good? They seem like the best value at £18 for 10kg


I use balcas Brites from Wolsey. I load of ooni owners use them. They're safe to use and only about £5 for 10kg. They're softwood so burn a little quicker but nice and hot. Easily in excess of 500°c.
Onni just launched their new product on Kickstarter, but that's come to an end now, however can still nab one at a discount through their indiegogo campaign that's still going - just click the yellow pre-order button on the link below to be redirected to it.

It's reassuring to see their previous products get posted on here. Quite rare to see a product that initially launched on Kickstarter to hit retail shelves, which tells me this is going be quality.

kickstarter.com/pro…ion
sagwnias02/10/2019 08:29

I got one of those cheap pizza ovens from Tesco last year for about 60 …I got one of those cheap pizza ovens from Tesco last year for about 60 pounds.It cooks good pizza, but in order to cook neapolitan style you need a lot of fire (not charcoal) and it is hard to maintain at high temp over 500C.Also, I had it covered, and still got rust during winter.So, for me, better invest your money on this little thing, as I believe it will be easier to use and you can easily store it indoors to last more.BTW I have just ordered it!


I got a similar one from ALDI. Was a pain to get decent heat out of it (and staying at a good temp).
Also had the Rust despite a cover!
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