VonHaus 3 in 1 BBQ Grill Pizza Oven Smoker with Temp Gauge Pizza Stone Portable. Ebay / Amazon / domu.co.uk (seller domu-uk) - £49.99
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VonHaus 3 in 1 BBQ Grill Pizza Oven Smoker with Temp Gauge Pizza Stone Portable. Ebay / Amazon / domu.co.uk (seller domu-uk) - £49.99

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Found 25th Aug 2017Edited by:"eeyoreworld"
For £49.99 delivered, I figured after 5 uses it will have paid for itself, having just invested in a pizza stone and happy with the results from the gas oven, I now want something that cooks pizza hotter without spending a fortune. This isn't going to be the best quality but as I will only be using it as a pizza oven, I'm not bothered. The smoker hasn't got the best reviews but the pizza oven has some good ones and some bad ones so you pay your money and take your chance...

This can take two pizzas at once so the stone I have already bought won't be redundant!

Also available on Amazon and Vonhaus site by same seller at same price,. I submitted a best offer but as the quantity has gone down considerably and there are more watchers than items left, I thought I had better buy it now rather than wait for a response and the chance they would be all sold out.

Description from listing:-

  • Create delicious, authentic stone baked pizzas in your garden with this multi-functional outdoor pizza oven, with pizza stone and temperature gauge
  • Made from strong and durable steel, the pizza oven is long-lasting and easy to clean
  • Use the pizza oven just like a traditional barbecue with the grill trays. Barbecue your favourite meats, fish and veg - or close off the ventilation and turn the pizza oven into an American-style smoker
  • Provided flat packed with assembly required - easy-to-follow instructions included
  • Measuring H156 X D53.2 X W68.5cm
Take alfresco entertaining to the next level with this wonderfully authentic Italian-style outdoor pizza oven. Crisp, tasty pizzas – cooked to order in your own wood fired pizza oven – sound good? Well your next pizza party is just a few clicks away.

The multi-function portable pizza oven will let you create stone baked pizzas as well as barbecued fish, meat and veg – you can even smoke cuts of meat and fish before cooking.

Made from steel in a stylish combination of black powder coating and silver, this pizza oven certainly looks the part. Set on wheels, it’s easy to manoeuvre around your garden or patio. The chimney regulates heat, while the steel doors keep it to the required temperature. There’s a temperature gauge so you don’t have to rely on guesswork to produce perfect pizzas every time.

The pizza oven includes a pizza stone plus grill trays and full instructions for assembly and use. It can be wood or charcoal fired and it’s easy to clean out after use. Plus, simply close the ventilation off to turn into an American-style smoker.

And if you’ve had your fill of pizza, why not use it to bake bread to perfection? Bellisimo!

Comes complete with instructions that will guide you through every step of construction – ideal if you want hassle-free gorgeous garden cookware.

The bottom compartment contains 2 shelves for loading charcoal or wood, and the other to fill with water to help regulate temperature within the oven.

Cooking grate made of steel wire with chrome plated finish, pizza stone made of ceramic.

Pizza Oven Size: 68.5 X 53.2 X 156cm (Width X Depth X Height)
Grills: 24.2 X 35.7cm
Pizza Stone diameter: 33cm
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Surely if it just heats up well enough that's all it has to do? How much would you need to get a descent one?
Not great reviews on Amazon. If had have been would have been all over it.
Looks decent put reviews ain't
Doesn't look like it will hold much heat to me and would probably need a lot of fuel if you had a pizza party.

Says in the description you can cook 2 pizzas at a time but in reality you would only ever cook one pizza at a time as they cook in 90 seconds if you get the high temperature required which honestly I doubt this could reach.

Built myself a proper brick oven a couple of years ago so have a bit of pizza cooking experience, just don't expect too much from this and you will be fine.
They were £24.99 in B&M but went in a few hrs
Don't forget that each time you want to cook a pizza you will have to faff around with matches and lighter cubes/fluid, after checking the weather app to make sure that no rain is coming....

Then to get the most out of it you can't just put an ordinary oven pizza in - - - you're going to have to roll your own dough.

The cost and effort required to make one or two pizza's with this is outrageous.

I would sooner put a few "fresh dough" pizzas into the oven and set the bleeper then pour a beer.

Total Madness.
What this will do -- if you buy it -- is it will rust.

It will sit outside the conservatory door and rust in the British weather.
YvetteDale10 m ago

They were £24.99 in B&M but went in a few hrs


That's probably the same ones on ebay.
Oh.....so you can't use normal shop bought pizza with this?
Superman_turbo_pro_300030 m ago

What this will do -- if you buy it -- is it will rust. It will sit outside …What this will do -- if you buy it -- is it will rust. It will sit outside the conservatory door and rust in the British weather.


You're a bundle of joy.

If you were lazy enough to leave it outside your terrible upvc sauna, then one imagines that you might just resort to stacking the oven with some form of supermarket fodder anyway.

Those that enjoy the outside would most likely enjoy and take care of their purchase.

I suspect "enjoy" is something you have difficulty with.
I love a good BBQ
EnaSharplesHairnet11 m ago

You're a bundle of joy.If you were lazy enough to leave it outside your …You're a bundle of joy.If you were lazy enough to leave it outside your terrible upvc sauna, then one imagines that you might just resort to stacking the oven with some form of supermarket fodder anyway.Those that enjoy the outside would most likely enjoy and take care of their purchase.I suspect "enjoy" is something you have difficulty with.


Well now hold fire there . . . are you telling me that you would set fire to a bundle of wood inside one of these, inevitably lining the walls and grills inside with black soot and also filling the base with ash from all the burnt wood, and then park that stinky thing inside your home?
Superman_turbo_pro_300010 m ago

Well now hold fire there . . . are you telling me that you would set fire …Well now hold fire there . . . are you telling me that you would set fire to a bundle of wood inside one of these, inevitably lining the walls and grills inside with black soot and also filling the base with ash from all the burnt wood, and then park that stinky thing inside your home?


Or a shed, or garage. Mostly the shed. Definitely not the terrible upvc sauna.
Savvy12 h, 32 m ago

Surely if it just heats up well enough that's all it has to do? How much …Surely if it just heats up well enough that's all it has to do? How much would you need to get a descent one?




If it's cheap, it likely means it has very thin metal. This will mean it gets very hot very fast, cools very fast and the heat doesn't spread out effectively from where the heat is applied.

This means Keeping it at the optimum 450C for pizza is very difficult as the heat will shoot past it fast (which is especially tricky when you can only raise the temp by adding fuel or lower it by letting it burn out). Also the temps at different parts of the pizza oven are more likely to vary, resulting in an incosistant bake.

Think of it like cooking burgers on the hob using a thick, cast iron pan vs cooking the burgers on a piece of tin foil over the hob.
Edited by: "abigsmurf" 25th Aug 2017
EnaSharplesHairnet59 m ago

Or a shed, or garage. Mostly the shed. Definitely not the terrible upvc …Or a shed, or garage. Mostly the shed. Definitely not the terrible upvc sauna.




You say upvc like it's a bad thing...
Bizarre.
dale86uk7 h, 8 m ago

You say upvc like it's a bad thing...


Yes, yes I do. Asides from being fugly, it's a very bad thing but I'm not sure this thread should concentrate on upvc.
the thin sides of these ovens means you need a lot of fuel to get it to reach and stay at the desired temperature, the stone or clay ones contain the heat a lot better.
Not sure if it has been tried but maybe this oven could be better insulated by using it as a mould for a clay cover.
Get a Uuni or even better a brick built oven. These are woeful, no temperature control at all.
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