There is a lot to consider as after initial outlay you have cost of ingredients and fuel cost to think about, not to mention the time involved to make dough in advance, heat up oven, prep the pizza and then the mess you end up with after a cooking session. On the flipside, once you've mastered your dough, the pizza you make will be far superior to any supermarket or Domino's pizza. Depending on where you live, I would guess you would be looking at about £7 to £10 for an equivalent quality Neapolitan pizza from a decent pop up stall, possibly more if you want fancy toppings. I don't know about the longevity of Ooni ovens but Roccboxes are built to an extremely high standard and I would imagine could last a lifetime if looked after. With that in mind, if you enjoy the work involved and the whole experience of cooking for yourself and friends,and you like to eat a lot of pizza, then the oven will eventually pay for itself.
Don't forget to factor in cost of ingredients and fuel so you can probably buy well over 160 pizzas for the cost. However, whatever that number is, this will cook many more and still have residual sale value when you've done with it. Not to mention the joy of having high temperature, home-cooked pizzas. I never tire of watching a pizza cook in around a minute in my Roccbox.
I want this but keep thinking I can buy 160 pizzas for the same price ?
Mine was looking perfectly, but it was not heating things up... Return through eBay seems to be the quickest option!
I ordered one at 12:55 yesterday (Friday), Delivery was 3 Day free delivery, to be delivered Monday 17th, I selected pickup from my local Argos in Sainsbury's as I wasn't going to be home on the Monday. Notification that it was ready to collect came today at 11:15, less than 24hrs after ordering. It came in the original box looking less than great and semi opened, the actual microwave looks in perfect condition, it also included a quick guide instruction leaflet and warranty card. It sounds like it is pot luck on what condition it comes in!
I just received mine and it was battered too. Dents scratches. Inside had molten bits. I've put a return request in
Wow, certainly a candidate for a return then!
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Get it from JL for price matching with sonic direct... I did it last week. Not sure if it's still there.. at 74.95
Missed it :( , great deal if you got it!
I strongly advise anyone not to order from their website, it's a major hassle if you have to return anything. It's better to use their eBay shop as returns are handled via eBay.
Out of stock 😔
Ordered one new for £75 (maybe £80) whilst on sale. Very pleased with it. My previous microwave was £35 from a supermarket so might be easy to please. I think this Samsung looks good and is really easy to wipe clean. It definitely seems to heat things much more evenly than my previous unit. It's also big. On the down side the window is dark so you have to open it to see how things are doing. But definitely pleased overall.
Thanks for posting @beetle_bum - shame it sold out and weclome to hotukdeals
At this price, they could have been 10 and they would sold out in a minute, HUKD is on other platforms too so lots of people have access. I posted a deal for a smart plug at a very good price, they had about 50 in stock, it took about 30 seconds and they were all gone.
Thanks for flagging this - there were at least 2 at the time of posting
This seems impressive for the price, but it is OOS. I voted hot on the assumption this was in stock at the time of posting, which was not long ago.
Ordered mine last night, to replace a shoddy Hotpoint model, and hoping it's a good buy!
Interesting reading - looks as if a fault should cccur they will only replace (not repair) but the consumer must pay for fitting to remove (if required) and for fitting the new replacement. Warranty appears to be invalidated if not installed by a qualified electrician, which could be standard across the board - I'm not sure to be honest.
Hi, they have 4.8 based on 10,736 reviews on Trustpilot The one you are referring to looks to be based on a total of 9 reviews?
I'm in the market for a new oven & hob. Just checked Trust Pilot and this is probably one to avoid! Always do your research (y)
Would be interested to hear what sort of temperatures people are averaging. Lack of info and reviews also put me off buying the full size wood oven last year.
Hi I received mine today. I fired it up as it says in the instructions to heat up a few times before cooking pizza. I’ve bought these wood pellets CookinPellets CPPM18kg Perfect Mix Pellets, Brown, 55.78x35.46x15.14 cm https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00819OICI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_T2HVP5CKG0Q5619MY18Q?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 I managed to cook one pizza but didn’t realise you keep having to refill the wood pellets. As I attempted the second the oven lost heat. There’s little out there for tips on how to use. Shame there isn’t another compartment to add pellets whilst the main one is burning. Like the ooni models. Will give it another go tomorrow. Would be great to hear how others are getting on.
Mine hasn’t even been dispatched yet :( all I’ve had is emails saying it’s on track
I use cookinpellets pellets for pellet grills and they're excellent, they've released a new dedicated pizza pellet this month made from 100% oak (no fillers) https://www.pizzapellets.co.uk/ comparable to ooni's own pellets in price and would be better than the softwood biomass pellets
Ha same exact setup as ours. Weve yet to use the microwave on it so glad thatll cover it.
Yer only on 240v hook up . But we have got a great 12v system. 330ah battery bank . 350w solar panel and 2000w inverter. So in the daytime we can run a 800w microwave not a problem as solar covers that . Also run a 160w slow cooker from 10am till 6pm with solar and battery bank stays at 13.2v (full) .
Guessing your not running off solar? I have similar one in my camper but I can only use it when I get to fix points at sites.
We have this is our camper van . It’s excellent. Cooked chicken, roasties , pizzas , it performs like your electric oven at home . Just smaller . Hobs are average. They take a while to heat up fully . But great for the money
This place is about 3 doors down from me. I didn't know these cookers were hard to come by. I walked in and bought one Saturday (they had their annual BBQ event). Should have posted! They had tons of these (and the pellet version and the other one too). Won't find a nicer business either.
You can still buy at full price, but not really a deal when it's that, so expired it
That didn't last long!
Code has expired, but can still be bought at full price if interested
I used mine a lot on keto, but it really is a fast oven with a better ability to crisp, and the ability to cook and turn itself off... Which my particular big oven doesn't do. You'll be doing stuff like chicken wings, hard "boiled' eggs in it, great for bacon and sausages. Roasted cauliflower /broccoli/sprouts are all great. You don't want to replace all your carbs with protein though, that doesn't work. You probably will replace a shelf of your freezer with sachets of cauliflower rice... With this and a large cast iron skillet, you'll have keto covered. 😁
From the reviews I've read, the rotisserie chicken turns out nice, well cooked & juicy. It will fit an small baby chicken no problem, maybe even an medium chicken on the smaller side as long as you tie up the legs/feet. As far as I'm aware most Air Fryers don't come with an rotisserie feature. Sometimes you can buy an attachment separately but this particular Air Fryer comes with one included.
I see the rotisserie function mentioned above! What are the results like specifically with whole chickens? What’s the largest size which fit? Also is there a rotisserie functions for standard ovens?
Air Fryer is somewhat of an counter-top oven except it uses air to heat the food instead of an heating element. It's smaller so it heats up faster & cooks the food quicker too. I have this model but in manual and I have to say it cooks things like chips, potatoes, hash brows & frozen food really well. I've not tried cooking any fresh meat in this yet but it comes with an rotisserie attachment for an whole chicken which apparently from reading reviews turns out pretty good. It's upto you but I do think it's worth buying round the £60-£80 price point.
I’m going on a keto/ carnivore diet so will be eating a lot of meat! I already have oven , slow cooker and pressure cooker! Should I get an air frier? Ti
How do we get it for £65.03? When I click the link to Amazon it is priced at £87.99 Edit - I think I missed this by 1 day! Flippin typcial!!! That price point was ideal for me
I have this. Bulb blew after like 6 months. Still need to contact them for return but reluctant to get same thing again so need a better option... Another review said it when I ordered I think but I figured it's likely a one off.
It's £74 with the eBay code at the minute.
How much is the Samsung
I don't know whether to go for this or the Samsung MS23F301TAK?
Good to know. Yeah, that was my thoughts when I see these gimmicky things. Lots to go wrong and tend to be difficult to get replacement parts. If you check web for poorer reviews it’s people saying exact same thing.
Had two of these Samsung double ovens in new kitchen a few years ago and they have been really poor. Dealing with Samsung support engineers bad too. Swapped for bosch.
You can only use 1 code 10% or £50 off, sign up & go through Vouchercodes to get the £20 Currys voucher.
where do you put the code???
I suppose I'm confused as to the code and voucher. So, there's a £50 off code, a 10% off code and then a £20 voucher?