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If you’re in the market for a home pizza oven this is the one to have. This oven allows you to make professional pizza from the comfort of your home. Ordered from Amazon Italy as it’s at a much better price. Use a currency card like Revolut for the best conversion rates.
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BoGoF10/11/2019 21:22

I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven …I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven .I would never use a home cooker/oven ever again A home cooker doesn’t go more than 250 degrees and you cannot get a good rise of your pizza dough due to this this g3 is a slightly better than the cooker makes average/nice pizzas as it reaches bit more higher I think it was around 300 I would use this in winter if the weather outside is bad (Note you can customise these oven slight by putting a foil tray on the top lid behind the element to reflect the heat to make it slighter hotter or some people add another heating element to it to get even more heat which sounds too scary to do) When it’s comes to the ooni pro nothing is going to beat a outdoor pizza oven because it can reach over 400 degrees which is needed to make great pizzas and to make the pizza dough rise and make it lighter and fluffy My Pizzas score when using Home Cooker. 3/10G3. 6/10Ooni pro. 10/10


What a pointless long winded story about comparing a £250? Wood burning pizza oven against a £70 electric one - I don’t think my smoke detector would like the ooni somehow ——wrong site maybe - hotukdeals this is....and that is a deal
I hope it produces great pizzas but if not at least you can boast that you bought a ferrari
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Bargain!
These are great. I have one heating up on my bench as we speak. I also ordered it from Italy.
Bargain! Nice spot, heat added
Wow that’s a seriously good price! Ordered thanks!
Ordered thanks!
Ordered, thanks! I was thinking about this for some time but at this price I couldn't resist!
I hope it produces great pizzas but if not at least you can boast that you bought a ferrari
el_cheapo10/11/2019 21:07

I hope it produces great pizzas but if not at least you can boast that you …I hope it produces great pizzas but if not at least you can boast that you bought a ferrari


It's well known from it's quality and recommended by almost everyone who loves pizzas. And it's red, so it's a proper Ferrari
Set thermostat to max. Heat from cold for 8 minutes, cook pizza for 2 min 30 sec, rotate pizza 180 degrees, cook for further 1 min 30. Perfect pizza. Highly recommended.
Buy it, you won't regret it.
Is this going to be any better than my £10 pizza stone that lives in the bottom of my oven and used once a week?
I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven .

I would never use a home cooker/oven ever again

A home cooker doesn’t go more than 250 degrees and you cannot get a good rise of your pizza dough due to this

this g3 is a slightly better than the cooker makes average/nice pizzas as it reaches bit more higher I think it was around 400
I would use this in winter if the weather outside is bad
(Note you can customise these oven slight by putting a foil tray on the top lid behind the element to reflect the heat to make it slighter hotter or some people add another heating element to it to get even more heat which sounds too scary to do)

When it’s comes to the ooni pro nothing is going to beat a outdoor pizza oven because it can reach over 500 degrees which is needed to make great pizzas and to make the pizza dough rise and make it lighter and fluffy

My Pizzas score when using
Home Cooker. 3/10
G3. 6/10
Ooni pro. 10/10

If you was like me once upon a time who never experienced outdoor pizza oven pizzas before then the g3 is going to be a excellent purchase because your pizzas will taste much better than the one made in the home cooker and I’d recommend this them once you get use to the g3 it’s highly recommend to invest in a outdoor one
Edited by: "BoGoF" 10th Nov
BoGoF10/11/2019 21:22

I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven …I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven .I would never use a home cooker/oven ever again A home cooker doesn’t go more than 250 degrees and you cannot get a good rise of your pizza dough due to this this g3 is a slightly better than the cooker makes average/nice pizzas as it reaches bit more higher I think it was around 300 I would use this in winter if the weather outside is bad (Note you can customise these oven slight by putting a foil tray on the top lid behind the element to reflect the heat to make it slighter hotter or some people add another heating element to it to get even more heat which sounds too scary to do) When it’s comes to the ooni pro nothing is going to beat a outdoor pizza oven because it can reach over 400 degrees which is needed to make great pizzas and to make the pizza dough rise and make it lighter and fluffy My Pizzas score when using Home Cooker. 3/10G3. 6/10Ooni pro. 10/10


I agree but the the G3 is a lot less hassle to useand a lot cheaper.
BoGoF10/11/2019 21:22

I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven …I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven .I would never use a home cooker/oven ever again A home cooker doesn’t go more than 250 degrees and you cannot get a good rise of your pizza dough due to this this g3 is a slightly better than the cooker makes average/nice pizzas as it reaches bit more higher I think it was around 300 I would use this in winter if the weather outside is bad (Note you can customise these oven slight by putting a foil tray on the top lid behind the element to reflect the heat to make it slighter hotter or some people add another heating element to it to get even more heat which sounds too scary to do) When it’s comes to the ooni pro nothing is going to beat a outdoor pizza oven because it can reach over 400 degrees which is needed to make great pizzas and to make the pizza dough rise and make it lighter and fluffy My Pizzas score when using Home Cooker. 3/10G3. 6/10Ooni pro. 10/10


What a pointless long winded story about comparing a £250? Wood burning pizza oven against a £70 electric one - I don’t think my smoke detector would like the ooni somehow ——wrong site maybe - hotukdeals this is....and that is a deal
HerefordCiderApples10/11/2019 21:22

Is this going to be any better than my £10 pizza stone that lives in the …Is this going to be any better than my £10 pizza stone that lives in the bottom of my oven and used once a week?


Worlds apart
roberto_mk10/11/2019 21:31

I agree but the the G3 is a lot less hassle to useand a lot cheaper.


That exactly why I use this in the winter but I still think while I’m eating my g3 pizza I wish I could of made one in the outdoor but it’s raining , we currently thinking of making and outdoor shelter so we can still cook regardless of weather
I thought this was a robotic version of Stitch at first.
Theres a channel on youtube called sorted food, they put this to the test on cooking loads of different items as well as pizza. Worth a watch, shows the quality of the item!
BoGoF10/11/2019 21:22

I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven …I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven .I would never use a home cooker/oven ever again A home cooker doesn’t go more than 250 degrees and you cannot get a good rise of your pizza dough due to this this g3 is a slightly better than the cooker makes average/nice pizzas as it reaches bit more higher I think it was around 300 I would use this in winter if the weather outside is bad (Note you can customise these oven slight by putting a foil tray on the top lid behind the element to reflect the heat to make it slighter hotter or some people add another heating element to it to get even more heat which sounds too scary to do) When it’s comes to the ooni pro nothing is going to beat a outdoor pizza oven because it can reach over 400 degrees which is needed to make great pizzas and to make the pizza dough rise and make it lighter and fluffy My Pizzas score when using Home Cooker. 3/10G3. 6/10Ooni pro. 10/10If you was like me once upon a time who never experienced outdoor pizza oven pizzas before then the g3 is going to be a excellent purchase because your pizzas will taste much better than the one made in the home cooker and I’d recommend this them once you get use to the g3 it’s highly recommend to invest in a outdoor one


If you are into pizzas then a metal pizza oven just won't cut it. If the Ooni Pro is a 10 for you when you build a firebrick pizza oven you are going to need a new rating scale!

The G3 is a great winter oven (or maybe you live in a flat) or you just occasionally like an authentic pizza. It pays for its self when you stop buying Domino's ect.
warehouse price (used) or new price?
valian10/11/2019 21:33

What a pointless long winded story about comparing a £250? Wood burning …What a pointless long winded story about comparing a £250? Wood burning pizza oven against a £70 electric one - I don’t think my smoke detector would like the ooni somehow ——wrong site maybe - hotukdeals this is....and that is a deal


The reason why it’s long winded is because it took me many many years to figure out why my pizzas wasn’t coming out good , and the long winded time it takes to prepare your dough and all the ingredients you want to get good results and I never did using the house Cooker and the early stages of owning a g3 and I actually gave up and stuck to ordering in from Domino’s

Using this you will soon learn you need to be patient and you are going to make many mistakes along the way but don’t give up because you will get better.

To me it’s not about the cost of this g3 I just want something that does the job.
jig10/11/2019 21:42

warehouse price (used) or new price?


New price
GAVINLEWISHUKD10/11/2019 21:41

If you are into pizzas then a metal pizza oven just won't cut it. If the …If you are into pizzas then a metal pizza oven just won't cut it. If the Ooni Pro is a 10 for you when you build a firebrick pizza oven you are going to need a new rating scale! The G3 is a great winter oven (or maybe you live in a flat) or you just occasionally like an authentic pizza. It pays for its self when you stop buying Domino's ect.


To be honest we were going to buy a clay or brick oven but watching many YouTube video the ooni or roccobox was more convenient and easier to use plus the ooni was on offer.

what’s the benefit of a brick oven anyways? All I can see is it retains the heat better but the taste is the same as any other outdoor pizzas oven
Prezzo: 98,91 € = £85.39 from amazon = expired.
Edited by: "exexpat" 10th Nov
I started with a G3 about four years ago, it’s an excellent piece of kit for the kitchen (there is better, but comes at serious £’s) upgraded to a roccbox 2 years ago (skipped the ooni’s in favour of exceptional build quality and something that is better insulated), would encourage anyone who has room in their kitchen and loves proper (not cardboard from supermarkets) pizza to give this a go
Why am I being charged shipping charges, Plus this is a warehouse product
93.96+9.83 (delivery) !!
BoGoF10/11/2019 21:22

I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven …I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven .I would never use a home cooker/oven ever again A home cooker doesn’t go more than 250 degrees and you cannot get a good rise of your pizza dough due to this this g3 is a slightly better than the cooker makes average/nice pizzas as it reaches bit more higher I think it was around 300 I would use this in winter if the weather outside is bad (Note you can customise these oven slight by putting a foil tray on the top lid behind the element to reflect the heat to make it slighter hotter or some people add another heating element to it to get even more heat which sounds too scary to do) When it’s comes to the ooni pro nothing is going to beat a outdoor pizza oven because it can reach over 400 degrees which is needed to make great pizzas and to make the pizza dough rise and make it lighter and fluffy My Pizzas score when using Home Cooker. 3/10G3. 6/10Ooni pro. 10/10If you was like me once upon a time who never experienced outdoor pizza oven pizzas before then the g3 is going to be a excellent purchase because your pizzas will taste much better than the one made in the home cooker and I’d recommend this them once you get use to the g3 it’s highly recommend to invest in a outdoor one


All you needed was a good iron fry pan .. add little oil, heat over hob to moderate temp , add pizza dough and construct pizza topping whilst still on hob (the pizza base is cooking) - then place pan + pizza under a hot grill until cheese is bubbling . Perfect pizza every time. Hth.
These are great. Massive improvement over an oven. Apparently the thermostat means the heating element can switch off during cooking, but I did what is mentioned here:

forums.overclockers.co.uk/posts/28463371/

Without any other mods, I preheat on power 2 for 10-12m, throw on a pizza, close it and turn it up to max for about 2-3m. It benefits from a rotation once at about 1.5-2m as the element has a gap at the back which can cause it to cook a little uneven on that part.

I personally find the Sainsbury’s stonebaked fresh pizzas are a good size and come out really good. I add more mozzarella though as they are a bit skimpy on toppings for my liking.

Oh and if you do the thermostat mod, do make sure you turn it off after cooking as it can get super hot!
Edited by: "andymg2000" 10th Nov
BoGoF10/11/2019 21:22

I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven …I got one of these and recently purchased the ooni pro outdoor pizza oven .I would never use a home cooker/oven ever again A home cooker doesn’t go more than 250 degrees and you cannot get a good rise of your pizza dough due to this this g3 is a slightly better than the cooker makes average/nice pizzas as it reaches bit more higher I think it was around 300 I would use this in winter if the weather outside is bad (Note you can customise these oven slight by putting a foil tray on the top lid behind the element to reflect the heat to make it slighter hotter or some people add another heating element to it to get even more heat which sounds too scary to do) When it’s comes to the ooni pro nothing is going to beat a outdoor pizza oven because it can reach over 400 degrees which is needed to make great pizzas and to make the pizza dough rise and make it lighter and fluffy My Pizzas score when using Home Cooker. 3/10G3. 6/10Ooni pro. 10/10If you was like me once upon a time who never experienced outdoor pizza oven pizzas before then the g3 is going to be a excellent purchase because your pizzas will taste much better than the one made in the home cooker and I’d recommend this them once you get use to the g3 it’s highly recommend to invest in a outdoor one


This heats to over 400 degrees!
wendy0710/11/2019 22:37

All you needed was a good iron fry pan .. add little oil, heat over hob to …All you needed was a good iron fry pan .. add little oil, heat over hob to moderate temp , add pizza dough and construct pizza topping whilst still on hob (the pizza base is cooking) - then place pan + pizza under a hot grill until cheese is bubbling . Perfect pizza every time. Hth.


That sound interesting I need to try that one, does the base feel moist after it or crispy ?
you_gotta_be_kidding10/11/2019 22:59

This heats to over 400 degrees!


Yeah your right I meant this goes to 400 where the outdoor ones go over 500

But still 400 in such a tight space burns it so I use a thick layer of foil on the stone so temp doesn’t go over 350 and remove it just before launching your pizza
BoGoF10/11/2019 23:05

Yeah your right I meant this goes to 400 where the outdoor ones go over …Yeah your right I meant this goes to 400 where the outdoor ones go over 500 But still 400 in such a tight space burns it so I use a thick layer of foil on the stone so temp doesn’t go over 350 and remove it just before launching your pizza


Hmm ok. I’ve not burnt one yet on this and have never bothered with foil.
andymg200010/11/2019 23:09

Hmm ok. I’ve not burnt one yet on this and have never bothered with foil.


Yeah prob because is modded , I have add this foil on the top lid and I have extended the heat dial so it goes past the maximum
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BoGoF10/11/2019 23:14

Yeah prob because is modded , I have add this foil on the top lid and I …Yeah prob because is modded , I have add this foil on the top lid and I have extended the heat dial so it goes past the maximum [Image]


I modded the thermostat too, but only by removing the knob and adjusting the screw inside (as per the link I posted above). Your mod sounds more extreme

Btw, where do you get your foil pie dishes from and do you know what size they are? I never did get around to adding one as when I’ve passively looked out for them I never came across anything that looked suitable.
Edited by: "andymg2000" 10th Nov
andymg200010/11/2019 23:19

I modded the thermostat too, but only by removing the knob and adjusting …I modded the thermostat too, but only by removing the knob and adjusting the screw inside (as per the link I posted above). Your mod sounds more extreme Btw, where do you get your foil pie dishes from and do you know what size they are? I never did get around to adding one as when I’ve passively looked out for them I never came across anything that looked suitable.


I wanted to add a double heat element like this but you need to add another power brick and it sounded to scary to do but apparently you can get VERY good results but not risking my life to do it tho

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Oh boy the tin foil thing was very hard to find none of the supermarkets had one bigger enough , I picked mine up from one of those discount stores where they buy bulk out dated items from Costco and factory and I think it was a Xmas style roasting tray but it was circle
Edited by: "BoGoF" 10th Nov
BoGoF10/11/2019 23:23

I wanted to add a double heat element like this but you need to add …I wanted to add a double heat element like this but you need to add another power brick and it sounded to scary to do but apparently you can get VERY good results but not risking my life to do it tho [Image] [Image] Oh boy the tin foil thing was very hard to find none of the supermarkets had one bigger enough , I picked mine up from one of those discount stores where they buy bulk out dated items from Costco and factory and I think it was a Xmas style roasting tray but it was circle


Lol. Yes I’ve seen all this and lots similar. Some people have moved the bottom element to the top to double up. It works pretty well as it is so didn’t end up messing too much. I am one to mess too, but even when burning off / cleaning the stone with the thermostat mod done, things get near meltingly hot already.
Edited by: "andymg2000" 10th Nov
andymg200010/11/2019 23:27

Lol. Yes I’ve seen all this and lots similar. Some people have moved the b …Lol. Yes I’ve seen all this and lots similar. Some people have moved the bottom element to the top to double up. It works pretty well as it is so didn’t end up messing too much. I am one to mess too, but even when burning off / cleaning the stone with the thermostat mod done, things get near meltingly hot already.


the length we go to get good pizzas , mine is nearly 5 years old and prob will have another mess about with it to see if I can replace the heater element with a more powerful one and make more venting to allow it to breath , also the stone isnt brilliant , apparently there a brick called saputo which most of Naples pizzerias use as it doesn’t get too hot if I can source one that can fit this that would help with not burning the bottom ,
I hope to achieve a 90 sec cook one day with this after modding
BoGoF10/11/2019 23:01

That sound interesting I need to try that one, does the base feel moist …That sound interesting I need to try that one, does the base feel moist after it or crispy ?


its crispy. an iron base works far better than any pizza stone because of the heat retention and temperature it can reach.
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