How proud would you feel the day you knead your own 12-inch pizza dough from scratch topped with your own tomato sauce using Marzano’s plums and your favorite mozzarella straight into your very own pizza oven.
Isn’t that cool? Well, it’s never been so easy to actually realize this vision. A plethora of affordable commercial woods fired pizza oven are available for purchase. And they’re portable wood-fired pizza oven too! Here are the best commercial woods fired pizza oven.
10. BBQSTAR Outdoor Wood Fired Oven
Here’s one of the lowest-priced wood pellet pizza oven you might want to consider if you’re just trying pizza baking for the first time. At 19.4 pounds, the BBQSTAR is pretty light. The stainless steel housing certainly keeps both the cost and the weight low. You’d also be surprised how with BBQSTAR, you’re going to be able to generate between 700°F and 900°F heat with a multi-fuel option of wood pellet, charcoal or combined with a preheating of 10 to 20 minutes. That’s because of the 11¼” Cordierite pizza stone where your pizza cooks within the double-wall insulation sealing the oven.
- Multifuel 19.4 pound light
9. IlFornio Elite Plus Generation III Wood Fired Pizza Oven
The IlFornio Generation III wood-fired pizza oven has the traditional Pompeii Dome Napolitano shaped oven with a half-inch thick commercial refractory stone for its baking floor. The same stone flooring used in typical stone ovens.
Like the BBQSTAR, it also keeps heat in its double-walled insulation made from high grade commercial stainless steel, allowing you to preheat your pizza oven for twenty minutes and baking your pizza in 80 seconds. The pizza oven space allows for a 16” diameter pizza. Another plus for the IlFornio Elite Plus portability is its cart with casters. So you can just push it to the right spot or detach and set it on an island table instead. It’s a pretty pricey wood-fired pizza oven. Among the only three reviewers for the product, two gave it a five of five stars for its lasting high heat even able to bake bread. And one gave it a three because of its small double doors affecting the oven’s thermometer.
- Pompeii Dome, Waist High work level
8. IlFornino Grande G-Series Wood Fired Pizza Oven
This IlFornino uses the 304 Grade Stainless Steel for its housing; the same material used in a commercial setting. It’s double-walled dome also does its job to insulate the heat you’d want in a pizza oven. The one big feature for IlFornino Grande is truly its grande cooking surface inside the oven of 1,260 square inches of the baking floor with the 2-inch thick Refractory pizza stone. The Grande also sports a chimney stack and hat that’s detachable keeping any smoke above and away from where you’re baking. The Grande does look pretty in the industry for its form and design.
- 1,260 sq inch baking space
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7. IlFornino Professional Series Wood Fired Pizza Oven
The IlFornino Professional Series is meant to be a notch higher in quality and durability than IlFornino’s Standard series. The Professional Series has a thicker gauge double-layered stainless steel insulation. Other than this thicker layer, the Professional Series also has two heavy ceramic blankets sandwiched between the stainless steel double walls, adding yet another set of layering just to keep the heat in the oven. The Professional Series truly has a generous baking floor of 1,007 sq inches of 1½ inch thick refractory pizza stone. It’s a less-pricey wood pellet pizza oven among the IlFornino models we’ve got in this list.
- 2 Heavy Ceramic Blanket insulation
6. Ooni Koda Gas Fired Pizza Oven
This one is not wood-fired but I’ve included it in my list of ten because of one feature: it’s a pizza oven you can carry like a tray. So when it comes to portability and adaptability, the Ooni Koda is by far the easiest to bring along. It heats up to 900°F baking an 11” pizza on its 10-millimeter thick Cordierite baking stone. This gas-fired pizza oven is carried by its Carry Cover that comes with the oven, ready to be connected to a propane tank and start cooking in a minute.
- Gas-fired, Portable, Carry Cover
5. Ooni Koda Gas Fired Pizza Oven with Carry Cover
It’s the same Ooni pizza oven. The only difference is it comes with a pizza peel. This one only had one review on Amazon and it garnered a one-star of five with a primary complaint that it’s too small and it’s difficult to work with.
- Carry Cover
4. Camp Chef Artisan Pizza Oven
Ah! A pizza oven that works although it’s not wood-fired. It comes pretty close to it as many of its 174 customers attest, pleasantly surprised how it works as it’s advertised. Camp Chef Artisan is truly portable at 30 pounds. It can heat up to 700°F using its diffusion plates. This means it’s electrical. And you can enjoy watching your pizza bake by its open face entry. If you don’t mind a portable electrical pizza oven that’s reliable and that works, the Camp Chef Artisan pizza oven is a fine purchase at a pretty affordable price.
- Heat Diffusion Plates at 700°F
3. Wisco 421 Pizza Oven, LED Display
The Wisco 421 is for convenience. It’s got a one-touch thermostat set at 450°F for a 10-minute preheating. There’s an adjustable thermostat that ranges its setting from 150°F to 500°F. Just like the Camp Chef, it runs by electricity. 140 customers reviewed them allowing it to average at 4.5 of 5 stars on Amazon.
- One-Touch Setting
2. Ooni 3 Outdoor Pizza Oven – Pizza Maker [Best Selling]
Here’s Ooni again but based on its Amazon customer response, this pizza oven seems to be doing pretty well. It claims to have won an award in fact. Ooni 3 is also a pretty affordable portable pizza oven with a 60 second baking time. Not bad. It heats up to 932°F in 10 minutes of preheating, using wood pellets! Amazing! The first of Ooni that actually uses wood. This model has a detachable chimney. You’d also have to be careful using this as it only has three legs. It can get pretty wobbly if you ask me.
- 932°F Heating
1. Napoli Wood Fire & Gas Outdoor Pizza Oven [Best Selling]
The Napoli Outdoor Pizza Oven is multi-fueled. You’re open to using wood chips, wood pellets, gas and charcoal. So it’s strength is in its flexibility. It cooks using the Cordierite stone that comes with the unit, giving you a pretty good 930°F heat for a speedy pizza baking you’d expect from a pizza oven. That means a few ten to fifteen seconds of baking.
- Multifuel Napoli Oven