We tested two outdoor pizza ovens and one pizza oven box.
Not everyone has the DIY skills to build an outdoor wood-fired pizza oven, so what could be easier than a gas pizza oven, or a pizza box that sits on top of your barbie. We tested two outdoor pizza ovens and one pizza oven box to find out if you can create a slice of Italy in your backyard.
|Models||Price||Overall score||Cooking performance (/10)||Pizza (/10)||Roast chicken (/10)||Ease of use (/10)||BBQ dimensions (HxWxD)||Pizza stone dimensions (WxD)||Thermometer|
|Bakerstone Pizza Oven Box||$219||79%||9.0||9.0||na||6.7||15cm x 58cm x 42cm||38cm x 39cm||No|
|Gasmate PO110||$849||72%||8.5||9.0||8.0||5.8||72cm x 58cm x 63cm||36cm x 38cm||Yes|
|Jumbuck Outdoor Oven Gas HS-PZ001||$385||70%||8.3||8.0||8.5||5.8||72cm x 58cm x 59cm||36cm x 38cm||Yes|
Note: Since our test, Gasmate replaced the PO110 (and P0106) with the similar GM160-014 ($859), which comes with a trolley as standard. The Gasmate PO106/110 remains in stock at some retailers. The Jumbuck is exclusive to Bunnings.