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Ooni / Unni 3 Gas Burner - £32.49 Delivered @ Ooni
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Ooni / Unni 3 Gas Burner - £32.49 Delivered @ Ooni

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Posted 9th Jan

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Uuni gas burner is fully compatible with Uuni 3 and Ooni 3. Grab yourself a bargain while stocks last. *In 2018 we changed from Uuni to Ooni. All Uuni products are compatible with Ooni products.

Quickly and easily convert your Ooni 3 to gas!

The Gas Burner for Ooni 3 attaches right onto the back of Ooni 3, providing a convenient and easy option to power your oven with gas. Offering the same incredible speed and high heat as using wood pellets, the heat control knob means effortlessly cooking at a range of temperatures. Ooni 3 heats up to 500°C (932°F) within 10 minutes of firing, ready to cook anything from 60-second pizza to steak.
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I read it but still can’t work out what it is
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I read it but still can’t work out what it is
It's an add on for the ooni 3 pizza oven which is pellet fired, allows you to connect to a gas bottle for convenience
Ahhhh
Good price.
Genuine question, in what way is gas more convenient? I will buy this if there is a good reason but I find the pellets super easy to use so wondering how much better gas could be?
CloudHeaven09/01/2020 20:04

Genuine question, in what way is gas more convenient? I will buy this if …Genuine question, in what way is gas more convenient? I will buy this if there is a good reason but I find the pellets super easy to use so wondering how much better gas could be?


The gas is a more consistant heat and even burn, but if you're getting on with the pellets,stick with them! They make the pizza taste better too
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gas is probably cheaper really. it's like gas BBQs if you count the cost of the charcoal, gas is actually cheaper. The pellets are quite expensive, produce creosote (black sludge) and well i find them not the easiest thing to use. I have a 1st gen uuni and they had to redesign it and incorporate blowers etc.
Hmm I'm in two minds. I like using the pellets and it is so quick and easy with them but I'm worrying if i pass this up at this price I'll end up regretting it
CoolCarCuffs09/01/2020 22:07

Hmm I'm in two minds. I like using the pellets and it is so quick and easy …Hmm I'm in two minds. I like using the pellets and it is so quick and easy with them but I'm worrying if i pass this up at this price I'll end up regretting it


That was my thought process... went with it for easy. We often just fire up for a quick cook and I think the gas will be quicker and more efficient.
Bezzy09/01/2020 22:41

That was my thought process... went with it for easy. We often just fire …That was my thought process... went with it for easy. We often just fire up for a quick cook and I think the gas will be quicker and more efficient.


My mate built his own incredibly impressive pizza oven but the thing takes over an hour to be ready. My ooni is ready in literally 10 with the pellets so I'm not sure how much more convenience i need!
Ditch the wood, buy one of these......
Edited by: "johnnyshuttle" 9th Jan
Where do people buy their gas for this? How long does one last? link? thanks
droyden09/01/2020 19:44

It's an add on for the ooni 3 pizza oven which is pellet fired, allows you …It's an add on for the ooni 3 pizza oven which is pellet fired, allows you to connect to a gas bottle for convenience




It says ooni pro only? I’m wondering if it would work on my ooni 3 what do you reckon?
TomMoyes10/01/2020 03:03

It says ooni pro only? I’m wondering if it would work on my ooni 3 what do …It says ooni pro only? I’m wondering if it would work on my ooni 3 what do you reckon?



I think you are looking at the wrong item. There are 3 gas burners available on the site, 2 are half price, 1 is for the pro the other for the regular oven. Click on 'shop all' option to see the list of products available.
I'm in, thanks for posting this OP.
I have been using pellets for years and switched to gas. Pellets are too much work and hard to regulate the heat. From a taste point of view, there not much in it. You have to remember a pizza only takes 90sec - 2mins to cook I this thing, there not enough time for the smoke to infuse the dough.
Absolutely brilliant, I had ooni set up as an alert and every now and again you get a gem like this.

I had friends over in the summer for pizza, promising them incredible pizzas, only to find my pellets were slightly damp so fire maintenance was almost impossible. I'll take the slight hit on flavour, I've ordered this.

What else do I need to order to connect this to gas, if anything, and what type of gas can be used? Novice here, I'm usually a charcoal purist.
Bscull10/01/2020 08:34

I have been using pellets for years and switched to gas. Pellets are too …I have been using pellets for years and switched to gas. Pellets are too much work and hard to regulate the heat. From a taste point of view, there not much in it. You have to remember a pizza only takes 90sec - 2mins to cook I this thing, there not enough time for the smoke to infuse the dough.


I quite like the ceremony of the pellets though. I am so tempted to get this but think half the fun of firing up the ooni is showing your guests how it works lighting the pellets and feeding it etc

but do i just get this as an investment for the future?
I find that cooking for a crowd with pellets to be a 2 man job
RockyBarlowa10/01/2020 11:30

I find that cooking for a crowd with pellets to be a 2 man job …I find that cooking for a crowd with pellets to be a 2 man job


Are you using a jam funnel?
c3p0__10/01/2020 15:23

Are you using a jam funnel?


I'm not but am aware of quite a few mods to extend the hopper. It's just about doable for one person whilst jugglin- but on the occasion I'm quoting a couple of comments prior, my pellets had taken on some moisture in the garage so it was very difficult to keep the fire going at any great temperature
Edited by: "RockyBarlowa" 10th Jan
RockyBarlowa10/01/2020 15:57

I'm not but am aware of quite a few mods to extend the hopper. It's just …I'm not but am aware of quite a few mods to extend the hopper. It's just about doable for one person whilst jugglin- but on the occasion I'm quoting a couple of comments prior, my pellets had taken on some moisture in the garage so it was very difficult to keep the fire going at any great temperature


Yes, moisture can be a nightmare. I now have my pellets in an air-tight container and also purchased a set of the reusable silica gel packs and leave those in there and recharge in the microwave when they change colour.

I'd definitely recommend the jam funnel, it's a complete game changer, around £6 from amazon and works brilliantly. Simply get your fire started however you find best, leave to burn for 5 minutes and then remove the hopper top and drop in the jam funnel (yes, there will be small gaps in the corner of the hopper top but this seems to have no negative effect), then fill the jam funnel full of pellets up to the top and your top-ups will now be far less frequent and you can visibly see when the level drops. Best and easiest "mod" you'll ever make to the uuni/ooni (in my opinion).

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CloudHeaven09/01/2020 20:04

Genuine question, in what way is gas more convenient? I will buy this if …Genuine question, in what way is gas more convenient? I will buy this if there is a good reason but I find the pellets super easy to use so wondering how much better gas could be?


Then you do not need this.
Me I have run through the first 3kg bag in one session so I tried Balcas, horrible, not hot and leave a bitter taste. I could go back to Ooni pellets but minding the oven becomes a one man job alone. I have used chunks of hard wood instead in my Ooni 3.

So I got myself this, nearly zero maintenance, I position the door leaving a gap otherwise stone goes to 200°C max, flames go up. With door I get 400°C on stone.

It saves some money in the long run, I expect o cost me between 50p to £1 an hour using Flo-gas 19kg propane.
MRR_ltd09/01/2020 23:50

Where do people buy their gas for this? How long does one last? link? …Where do people buy their gas for this? How long does one last? link? thanks


Avoid Calor, find Flo-gas and go for the biggest bottle you can handle, I got a 19kg one for £36 no deposit required. Calor lost me with their £75 deposit.
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