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Uuni 3 runs on wood pellets that lend pizza an authentic wood-fired flavor, and is super lightweight – take it on the go to the beach, park, tailgate party or wherever the pizza party is. Ready to cook in 10 minutes, Uuni 3 reaches temperatures up to 932°F (500°C) and cooks Neapolitan-style pizza in just 60 seconds. -slickdewmaster

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So I have an Ooni 2 that I purchased in quest of the perfect homemade pizza. The Ooni is the best on the market for the DIY'ers that don't want to build their own legitimate hardcore pizza oven. That being said, it does present some issues.


You're limited to a 10-12" pie, which is fine, but just know that you're not going to be slinging party pies.
The pellets, while "true" are a royal PITA for consistent pizza making.
The oven does get super hot, as you'd expect, but you need to maintain that temperature for repeat pizza making = keep a close eye on the pellets
While the unit does get to temp quickly, the MORE important temperature is the base temperature - which takes a bit longer. This is critical b/c with a low base temp, youll have perfect tops but uncooked bottoms. Gross.


In short, having first-hand experience with the previous gen model, the Ooni is awesome - but just know you're not getting a quick pizza experience. It's hands-on and something that needs to be massaged a bit. If you're making a lot of pies, it can be a bit of a PITA but it will leave guests impressed - assuming they turn out well. I had some great pies, more good ones, and a few super awful ones.

If I were to spend a few hundo on an oven again, give me gas for consistency's sake. The size and construction of the oven are great, I just think wood pellets in such a small oven turn into an unnecessarily complicated fuel that was rendered obsolete with the gas attachment. Anyways, just one man's opinion.

Pizza is great.
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Great price. Check out this group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6...?ref=share. These guys do pics as good as what I had in Italy. You can go really far with the ooni 3.
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Are pictures really good in Italy? I don't get it, but I've never been there. In my opinion, the best pics come from outer space and usually include some combination of cats, unicorns, pizza, Chris Tucker, and lasers.
I definitely a sucker for pic of nice sunset or boobies.
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What's the difference between this and the Koda that was on sale last week? Other than the fact that this one looks clunkier and more kickstarter-y, I can't tell.
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What's the difference between this and the Koda that was on sale last week? Other than the fact that this one looks clunkier and more kickstarter-y, I can't tell.
This uses pellets as a heat source, the Koda is gas fired. The Karu coming next year can use both but requires a separate gas module so the price tag goes a lot higher. This and the Koda around $200 are worthy deals.
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This uses pellets as a heat source, the Koda is gas fired. The Karu coming next year can use both but requires a separate gas module so the price tag goes a lot higher. This and the Koda around $200 are worthy deals.
Thanks. The Ace page said multi-fuel so what does that mean?
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Thanks. The Ace page said multi-fuel so what does that mean?
Probably means you can add the gas module....Check out the Ooni site for some good details.
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Hmmm. On the fence. I prefer the gas module but it is $85 alone
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Hmmm. On the fence. I prefer the gas module but it is $85 alone

You can usually find the ooni gas one for $215 if you wait.
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Hmmm. On the fence. I prefer the gas module but it is $85 alone
I wanted the wood/pellet option but after reading reviews it sounds like they are a huge hassle to keep a steady flame/heat, so I decided on the Koda gas only model and it was cheaper in the end.
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So I already have a pellet grill. Would this be significantly different enough for pizza to warrant a purchase?
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I wanted the wood/pellet option but after reading reviews it sounds like they are a huge hassle to keep a steady flame/heat, so I decided on the Koda gas only model and it was cheaper in the end.
So I have an Ooni 2 that I purchased in quest of the perfect homemade pizza. The Ooni is the best on the market for the DIY'ers that don't want to build their own legitimate hardcore pizza oven. That being said, it does present some issues.
  • You're limited to a 10-12" pie, which is fine, but just know that you're not going to be slinging party pies.
  • The pellets, while "true" are a royal PITA for consistent pizza making.
  • The oven does get super hot, as you'd expect, but you need to maintain that temperature for repeat pizza making = keep a close eye on the pellets
  • While the unit does get to temp quickly, the MORE important temperature is the base temperature - which takes a bit longer. This is critical b/c with a low base temp, youll have perfect tops but uncooked bottoms. Gross.

In short, having first-hand experience with the previous gen model, the Ooni is awesome - but just know you're not getting a quick pizza experience. It's hands-on and something that needs to be massaged a bit. If you're making a lot of pies, it can be a bit of a PITA but it will leave guests impressed - assuming they turn out well. I had some great pies, more good ones, and a few super awful ones.

If I were to spend a few hundo on an oven again, give me gas for consistency's sake. The size and construction of the oven are great, I just think wood pellets in such a small oven turn into an unnecessarily complicated fuel that was rendered obsolete with the gas attachment. Anyways, just one man's opinion.

Pizza is great.
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