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I bought one of these back in August and for $100.00 I am entirely impressed. This would be a great entry level pizza oven. I had never used one before and I felt this was simple and fun to use. I found that using lump charcoal and adding chunk wood (like you buy for smoking) and even wood chips worked great. When I would need to get the temperature back up to cook another pizza I would just add some more chips or chunks to the charcoal and the temperature would quickly spike up to the temperature I needed to cook pizza. Love it.
Buy this thing! I randomly picked one up at clearance at walmart and it's amazing. It gets up to and stays past 750 degrees for a long time. Most of the time it's getting to hot for me... I have learned not to fill it up completely. I keep the front open most of the time and we have cooked some incredible pizzas on it. I started using it as a smoker even, I can keep it at 200-250 pretty easily as well. I have cooked lots of things with this, even a smaller brisket!
I got one of these a few months ago for the same $97. In the beginning, I burned a couple of pizzas and then progressively improved (but not there yet). A few hints:
1- Do not use sugar or oil in your dough - it will make it easier to burn if you do
2- Preferably use Caputo 00 with blue in the package as it is meant for 700 degrees and up. The red one is for lower temps
3- When you put the pizza in the oven, keep it there for about 30 seconds and then rotate it about 90 to 180 degrees. Afterwards, rotate it every 15 seconds.
4- Avoid putting the pizza too close to the back or to the sides
5- Use an infrared thermometer to check the temperature of the stone - the temp of the oven will always be much higher - let the stone get really hot.
6- Maximum temps vary with the quality of the lump charcoal: I was using Royal Oak and was getting about 800 degrees with the help of wood chunks. Bought a few bags of the Express Grill charcoal thinking that would be better (as it is the same brand of the oven). Big mistake. I can barely reach 700 degrees and it drops quickly.

My current challenges:
1- Find a lump charcoal brand that reaches 900 degrees and up and maintains it
2- Find a cart with wheels to put the oven on it, for less than $100
3- Find a nice cover that fits well
4- Make a pizza with a crunchy cornicione (the outer edge of the crust). Mine is coming out well developed (raised), but soft.

For the price, it is a good deal. I hope this helps.

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Can still be found for less too out there. Got one a few months ago and have used it a few times.
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I bought one of these back in August and for $100.00 I am entirely impressed. This would be a great entry level pizza oven. I had never used one before and I felt this was simple and fun to use. I found that using lump charcoal and adding chunk wood (like you buy for smoking) and even wood chips worked great. When I would need to get the temperature back up to cook another pizza I would just add some more chips or chunks to the charcoal and the temperature would quickly spike up to the temperature I needed to cook pizza. Love it.
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Buy this thing! I randomly picked one up at clearance at walmart and it's amazing. It gets up to and stays past 750 degrees for a long time. Most of the time it's getting to hot for me... I have learned not to fill it up completely. I keep the front open most of the time and we have cooked some incredible pizzas on it. I started using it as a smoker even, I can keep it at 200-250 pretty easily as well. I have cooked lots of things with this, even a smaller brisket!
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Grabbed one for $40 a few months ago. Still haven't had a chance to use it but reviews are good on this pizza oven.
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$40 is amazing deal. I don't know how you got that. I paid$100. Pretty good pizza oven. Easy to use. It is a little heavy. I need to find permanent location. I destroyed a couple of pizzas. After that, I learned how to make a good pizza. Thin crust worked better for me.
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Not too fancy but makes a pretty good pizza.
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Got this for $100 at the end of summer. Honestly very impressed with it. Comes with the stone as well.
I mix mine with lump charcoal and wood chunks. And it can get it up to 900 degrees. It's a pretty impressive oven.
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Buy this thing! I randomly picked one up at clearance at walmart and it's amazing. It gets up to and stays past 750 degrees for a long time. Most of the time it's getting to hot for me... I have learned not to fill it up completely. I keep the front open most of the time and we have cooked some incredible pizzas on it. I started using it as a smoker even, I can keep it at 200-250 pretty easily as well. I have cooked lots of things with this, even a smaller brisket!
could you share some tips to keep it low temp? i was considering getting one and smoking ribs was in a while.
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You guys convinced me, plus I love pizza.
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Grabbed one for $40 a few months ago. Still haven't had a chance to use it but reviews are good on this pizza oven.
YOu paid $40.. BS
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could you share some tips to keep it low temp? i was considering getting one and smoking ribs was in a while.
insulate it and use less charcoal.
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Been $88 at mine the past few months. After doing some reading I'm holding out for a Ooni.
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Does anyone have a recommendation for an inexpensive foldable or wheeled table/cart to hold this pizza oven? We don't have much space so we need something compact.
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