Traditional Pizza Oven (£80.99 using code NEW10) - Free Delivery at Sue Ryder Shop
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Traditional Pizza Oven (£80.99 using code NEW10) - Free Delivery at Sue Ryder Shop

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Found 12th Mar
This pizza oven looks very similar to one I purchased last year from The Range (La Haciena) for £130, with the exception it doesn't come with a cover.

Using the code NEW10 brings the price down to £80.99, which I think is a very good price for what you're getting. This also benefit from free delivery, and you can also make an additional donation to Sue Ryder if you wish.

Taken from the Sue Ryder website;

"Nothing beats having freshly prepared pizza with that authentic unbeatable fiery smoky barbeque flavour and smell. Built from stainless steel, this striking pizza oven offers a large insulated cooking space which is ideal for cooking pizzas, as well as a variety of other foods. This pizza oven can be used with charcoal and features an iron flute, BBQ grill, an oven door with temperature gauge and a pizza paddle. This is perfect for alfresco dining and is great for gathering around and is ideal for cooking pizzas up to a 12". "
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Save yourself the bother, if you want a decent (portable) solution, get a Uuni (3)... honestly amazing.

Pizza takes around a minute to cook, Streak, Garlic chilli prawns... to die for. Plus you can put it away when not in use, or take it to friends/day trips.

A lot of these generic design things are paper thin steel and very inefficient with no way of properly regulating temps.
haggisheid5 h, 9 m ago

What sort of temperature does this get to? and how long does it take to …What sort of temperature does this get to? and how long does it take to cook a pizza in this? sounds good, but I read that you need about 400 deg C to do it properly, would this get to that temperature?


I've got one of the similar Aldi ones and we found we got the best results at 300-350 degrees (takes less than 90 seconds to cook a pizza at those temperatures). Once you get passed 400 degrees, the small door for the fire chamber can buckle slightly and it can be tricky to close the vents to cool it down. Once it cools down to 300-350, it's fine again.

Use kindling to get the fire going and then feed it with 2 inch square batons of wood to keep a nice constant temperature going.

Also, use plenty of semolina flour on the pizza paddle and you shouldn't have any sticking issues.

HTH and enjoy!
Edited by: "tommundy" 12th Mar
lmulli31 m ago

I eat Pizza probably once a week and am more than happy with a frozen …I eat Pizza probably once a week and am more than happy with a frozen pizza from Iceland costing £1 + a few extra added toppings.Seems a lot of money for something that probably won't get used that often.



That's a bit like telling someone who has just found a bargain £1200 holiday for four that you choose to relax by watching Countdown in your pants.

It's not relevant. The relevant question to ask is: Is this cheap for a wood-fired pizza oven? The answer to this is seemingly "Yes, it is", therefore it's a deal. Sue Ryder likely make a few quid out of it too, so it's win win.
lmulli1 h, 21 m ago

I eat Pizza probably once a week and am more than happy with a frozen …I eat Pizza probably once a week and am more than happy with a frozen pizza from Iceland costing £1 + a few extra added toppings.Seems a lot of money for something that probably won't get used that often.


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Decent price for this. Looks like the one I bought from Aldi a while back at £99
I love anything associated with pizza, but I'm not sure this really belongs in the "freebies" section.
What sort of temperature does this get to? and how long does it take to cook a pizza in this? sounds good, but I read that you need about 400 deg C to do it properly, would this get to that temperature?
Great find op
Pizza + Sue Ryder= heat
Looks great, but only cooks up to a 12" pizza
danj30329 m ago

Looks great, but only cooks up to a 12" pizza


Make two!
danj30356 m ago

Looks great, but only cooks up to a 12" pizza


Fold it in half
good deal if you were looking for one, plus it supports a good cause.
Looks identical to this one here
Edited by: "konkywonky" 12th Mar
haggisheid4 h, 17 m ago

What sort of temperature does this get to? and how long does it take to …What sort of temperature does this get to? and how long does it take to cook a pizza in this? sounds good, but I read that you need about 400 deg C to do it properly, would this get to that temperature?


It's not really the oven that matters so much.

As long as this doesn't have any major design faults that let the heat out (unlikely, its just pretty much a metal box with a stone base in the centre, a door & a flue) you just need to create enough heat from the fire below the stone & check it to make sure it's the right temperature.

If it's around 400c then you should only be talking a few minutes to cook a proper Italian style pizza on it.
Save yourself the bother, if you want a decent (portable) solution, get a Uuni (3)... honestly amazing.

Pizza takes around a minute to cook, Streak, Garlic chilli prawns... to die for. Plus you can put it away when not in use, or take it to friends/day trips.

A lot of these generic design things are paper thin steel and very inefficient with no way of properly regulating temps.
Does it only cook 1 pizza at a time?
Trying to use the code NEW10 as stated, says its invalid
haggisheid5 h, 9 m ago

What sort of temperature does this get to? and how long does it take to …What sort of temperature does this get to? and how long does it take to cook a pizza in this? sounds good, but I read that you need about 400 deg C to do it properly, would this get to that temperature?


I've got one of the similar Aldi ones and we found we got the best results at 300-350 degrees (takes less than 90 seconds to cook a pizza at those temperatures). Once you get passed 400 degrees, the small door for the fire chamber can buckle slightly and it can be tricky to close the vents to cool it down. Once it cools down to 300-350, it's fine again.

Use kindling to get the fire going and then feed it with 2 inch square batons of wood to keep a nice constant temperature going.

Also, use plenty of semolina flour on the pizza paddle and you shouldn't have any sticking issues.

HTH and enjoy!
Edited by: "tommundy" 12th Mar
JollyEngland23 m ago

Does it only cook 1 pizza at a time?


Yes, although you could probably cook a couple of smaller pizzas at a time. We haven't found it a problem as the pizzas cook so quickly.
Just looked at the uuni3 mentioned in the comments above, It does look impressive.The wood pellets look expensive but just wondered how many would you use and how does the cost compare to charcoal? I take it wood pellets can be used with dealalso.
I eat Pizza probably once a week and am more than happy with a frozen pizza from Iceland costing £1 + a few extra added toppings.

Seems a lot of money for something that probably won't get used that often.
Edited by: "lmulli" 12th Mar
Is that a Forest Fire in the bottom half of the oven?
lmulli31 m ago

I eat Pizza probably once a week and am more than happy with a frozen …I eat Pizza probably once a week and am more than happy with a frozen pizza from Iceland costing £1 + a few extra added toppings.Seems a lot of money for something that probably won't get used that often.



That's a bit like telling someone who has just found a bargain £1200 holiday for four that you choose to relax by watching Countdown in your pants.

It's not relevant. The relevant question to ask is: Is this cheap for a wood-fired pizza oven? The answer to this is seemingly "Yes, it is", therefore it's a deal. Sue Ryder likely make a few quid out of it too, so it's win win.
The_Hoff1 h, 27 m ago

Save yourself the bother, if you want a decent (portable) solution, get a …Save yourself the bother, if you want a decent (portable) solution, get a Uuni (3)... honestly amazing.Pizza takes around a minute to cook, Streak, Garlic chilli prawns... to die for. Plus you can put it away when not in use, or take it to friends/day trips.A lot of these generic design things are paper thin steel and very inefficient with no way of properly regulating temps.



Far better, get a Roccbox
nbgrobbo8 m ago

Far better, get a Roccbox


£520, sure!

For that money I'd have a proper brick build stone oven built.
Edited by: "The_Hoff" 12th Mar
Bonus -- It comes with a paddle!

After wining and dining your partner over a slice of pizza, you can take the paddle along with you to the bedroom for sexy time.
Worth a purchase? Tell the difference majorly from a hot oven?
lmulli1 h, 21 m ago

I eat Pizza probably once a week and am more than happy with a frozen …I eat Pizza probably once a week and am more than happy with a frozen pizza from Iceland costing £1 + a few extra added toppings.Seems a lot of money for something that probably won't get used that often.


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These are fun to use but I've owned similar and get much better results from a hot oven with a pizza stone/steel in it. These things are great for cooking your base but leave the top uncooked and cook multiple Pizzas unevenly.

Good price compared to what they usually cost but personally I wouldn't get on unless you want the novelty.
I imagine this is fun/gimicky for outdoors use but I doubt owners of these use them regularly.

Will stick with my weekly home made pizza in bosch oven
From my research Rocobox is the one to go for imo. However it's rather expensive!

If you have a Weber Kettle, the Pizza accessory is an alternative, all be it not as good as Rocobox.

Need heat for authentic, around 800° minimum, but I'm no 'expert' pizza maker.


The home made Ovens or wood fire stone kit seem to take a while to reach temperature so not really practical for home use. more for a restaurant.
Edited by: "deany76" 12th Mar
dealerxxx5 h, 26 m ago

Fold it in half


I’m sure a 30” pizza folded in half is still 30” at its widest point..........
unless of course you’re talking flatbreads or a rectangular pizza......
ktm66635 m ago

I’m sure a 30” pizza folded in half is still 30” at its widest point …I’m sure a 30” pizza folded in half is still 30” at its widest point.......... unless of course you’re talking flatbreads or a rectangular pizza......


OMG I'm only joking.....
This looks like extremely thin metal. Controlling the heat is going to be extremely difficult; it'll shoot past 400c in an extremely short space of time then plummet well below again when you turn the heat down. There'll also be hot and cold spots in it so you risk uneven bakes. You can do very nice pizzas in them but it takes a lot of care

The heavier the materials, the longer it will take to heat or cool down and the easier it will be to keep the oven at the right temperature throughout.
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deany761 h, 51 m ago

From my research Rocobox is the one to go for imo. However it's rather …From my research Rocobox is the one to go for imo. However it's rather expensive!If you have a Weber Kettle, the Pizza accessory is an alternative, all be it not as good as Rocobox.Need heat for authentic, around 800° minimum, but I'm no 'expert' pizza maker.The home made Ovens or wood fire stone kit seem to take a while to reach temperature so not really practical for home use. more for a restaurant.


Nothing wrong whatsoever with the Uuni 3, ridiculously good.
When did pizza ovens become a thing in the UK? 🤨
The_Hoff1 h, 2 m ago

Nothing wrong whatsoever with the Uuni 3, ridiculously good.




Sure, and less £££ than the Rocobox.

Almost certainly the best value for money.
Edited by: "deany76" 12th Mar
iGlad22 m ago

When did pizza ovens become a thing in the UK? 🤨





It's not just Pizza ovens it's BBQ, smokers, Rotisseries, outdoor gas hobs BiR, Chinese food, Thai food, French food, Sous Vide, Instant Pot etc etc.

I think YouTube is a major influence, due to the sheer number of these channels, where folks can cook at home following the recipe / technique.

Almost certainly why some restaurants and pubs are noticing a drop in customers.
Edited by: "deany76" 12th Mar
Is this good for thin as well as well as deep pan?

Heat added.

Just buying it now online..

Kindest regards
I have this and its great, makes awesome pizzas in a few minutes, need to use it a couple of times to get it right. Great family fun. Yes frozen pizza is OK but these are fantastic. Enjoy
dr_raff7 h, 55 m ago

Living the dream!


Lol..best comment ever!
deany764 h, 33 m ago

It's not just Pizza ovens it's BBQ, smokers, Rotisseries, outdoor gas hobs …It's not just Pizza ovens it's BBQ, smokers, Rotisseries, outdoor gas hobs BiR, Chinese food, Thai food, French food, Sous Vide, Instant Pot etc etc.I think YouTube is a major influence, due to the sheer number of these channels, where folks can cook at home following the recipe / technique.Almost certainly why some restaurants and pubs are noticing a drop in customers.


As most people in the UK can’t cook to save their lives I find the falling restaurant numbers due to these ovens a but far fetched. 🤔
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