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SAM's Club B&M YMMV NXR / Members Mark Wood Fired Pizza Oven and Cart $239.91

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YMMV as it's a seasonal markdown. NXR rebranded to Members Mark Wood Fired Pizza Oven and Cart at Sam's Club on end of season markdown to $239.91. Location CO. They still have it online [samsclub.com] as well but it's still $399
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Although I have a Uuni/Ooni Pro I picked this NXR/Members Mark oven up as I had been curious about it all year and couldn't pass it up as I was able to get it for $167.91 since only the floor model was left. Posted the deal at the posted price as the additional discount for floor model is anyones guess.

I have only used it once so far and very happy with it. Time will tell if I like it better than the Uuni/Ooni but so far after one use it has exceeded my expectations.
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Where in CO was this? Were there any left?
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Where in CO was this? Were there any left?

Unfortunately, I got the last one as they only had the floor model left. I found it at the Longmont location.
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How does it compare to the Uuni?
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Unfortunately, I got the last one as they only had the floor model left. I found it at the Longmont location.
Nice, I picked up the visions grill cadet yesterday at that store for $119.
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How does it compare to the Uuni?
I'll know more after this weekend as I've only used the new NXR Members Mark oven 1 time so far. I currently own a Uuni Pro but owned a Uuni 2s before the pro. The Uuni Pro is night and day better than the 2s based on baking 100+ pizzas on both. The Uuni Pro has a larger pizza cooking area than this NRX Members Mark oven (16 inch vs 13 to 14). I like that the NRX oven is on a cart with wheels and has a spot under it for wood. I also feel after one use with it that the dome creates a more even heat distribution across the floor of the oven than the Uuni does. The Uuni can accommodate a gas burner but after using the gas burner I prefer using wood in it. More of a personal preference than anything else. I like that the NRX oven can handle larger split logs that I'm able to acquire locally as I had to buy bags of chunk wood for the Uuni since I don't have a good means currently to split down logs. Both seem to be great ovens. If you can find the NRX for 240 its a no brainier as the Pro is 600 without the gas burner. I couldn't find any NRX forums but Uuni has multiple Facebook forums.
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Nice, I picked up the visions grill cadet yesterday at that store for $119.
They have had some great prices on stuff there trying to make room for the Christmas items. That's a great price on the Visions grill.
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How often do you cook pizza with the uuni pro? I pop a Costco pizza in the oven at 425 and everybody's happy.
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I'll know more after this weekend as I've only used the new NXR Members Mark oven 1 time so far. I currently own a Uuni Pro but owned a Uuni 2s before the pro. The Uuni Pro is night and day better than the 2s based on baking 100+ pizzas on both. The Uuni Pro has a larger pizza cooking area than this NRX Members Mark oven (16 inch vs 13 to 14). I like that the NRX oven is on a cart with wheels and has a spot under it for wood. I also feel after one use with it that the dome creates a more even heat distribution across the floor of the oven than the Uuni does. The Uuni can accommodate a gas burner but after using the gas burner I prefer using wood in it. More of a personal preference than anything else. I like that the NRX oven can handle larger split logs that I'm able to acquire locally as I had to buy bags of chunk wood for the Uuni since I don't have a good means currently to split down logs. Both seem to be great ovens. If you can find the NRX for 240 its a no brainier as the Pro is 600 without the gas burner. I couldn't find any NRX forums but Uuni has multiple Facebook forums.
Thanks, that was helpful. Have you ever checked in at pizzamaking.com?

I have a Pizza Party oven - it was a lot more expensive but it comes with a gas burner as well. Looking for a second for a friend, not sure which to recommend. The PP will get the floor deck to 900F with either wood or gas. Have you ever measured to see how hot the NXR will get compared to the Uuni?
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How often do you cook pizza with the uuni pro? I pop a Costco pizza in the oven at 425 and everybody's happy.
On average once a week and easily bake over 100 pizzas a year on it. Have baked as many as 17 pizzas on it during 1 evening. When you can bake a pizza in under 2 minutes you can crank out a lot of them. It takes longer to stretch the dough and top than it does to bake them.
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Wished Sam's club didn't most of their locations earlier this year
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Thanks, that was helpful. Have you ever checked in at pizzamaking.com?

I have a Pizza Party oven - it was a lot more expensive but it comes with a gas burner as well. Looking for a second for a friend, not sure which to recommend. The PP will get the floor deck to 900F with either wood or gas. Have you ever measured to see how hot the NXR will get compared to the Uuni?

I haven't checked out pizza making.com yet but will. Thank you!

The Pizza Party Oven looks very nice! On the inaugural run with the NRX I got it up to 850 with the floor at 650 to 675. I was making calzones so didn't take it as hot as i would have for pizza which i'll try this weekend. I've had the Uuni at 900 to 1000 with floor up to 700. I would think the NRX could get hotter just due to the fact i can put more wood in it at a time.
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It is $199 in Omaha Ne at the L st store.
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I baked 5 pizza's on the Sam's oven last night and although it will only bake a 12 to 13 inch pizza (Uuni bakes 16 inch) I really like it. Was able to get the Sam's oven up to 950 to 1000 degrees and bake pizzas in roughly 2 1/2 to 3 min. They bake a little slower than the Uuni Pro but I really enjoy the Sam's oven. I'd recommend this NRX Sam's oven to anyone especially at this price.
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Wished Sam's club didn't most of their locations earlier this year
Huh didn't... What? Close? It wasn't most it was actually a small portion and typically in areas with another somewhat near. Bit if they are all closed by you that's no fun, maybe try another warehouse club if there is one close by.
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