The Ooni pizza ovens are the latest addition to our store and we stock three different types which are the Frya, Karu, Koda 16 and Koda 12. Ooni is a pizza oven company that originates from Scotland and in 2012 they were the first company to introduce the world’s first mobile wood pellet fired pizza oven. Most Ooni ovens are gas powered and have a minimalistic design.


Frya is the lowest priced Ooni oven and uses wood pellets. It is also the second lightest pizza oven which makes it a great choice for camping trips, BBQs and late summer nights. It is also economical as it does not use a lot of fuel which is good for the environment as well as the pocket.

Koda 16

This is a big and heavy pizza oven although it is still mobile. This oven runs on gas which helps for temperature regulation and control. This Ooni can cook large pizzas, bread, meats and so much more. This Ooni can heat up to 500 degrees and cook a pizza in just a minute. If you are used to being the host and entertaining large crowds, the Koda 16 is the right 

Koda 12

This oven has burners which light up the back of the oven which allows it to heat up and move the heat around the oven and cook the food quickly. The Koda 12 weighs 9kg and is also mobile. It is gas fuelled and cannot be used with charcoal or wood. This is the best Ooni to have for a simple and quick pizza.


The Ooni Karu is a smaller pizza oven but is not as heavy as the Koda. The Karu has a new technology known as the flame keeper which allows the oven to keep the heat in even though the door of the oven is open. Another great part of the Karu is that it can be fuelled by gas& wood/charcoal.

Some of the best features of the Ooni oven include the convenience as they can be brought on camping trips or road trips, the sustainability in the product as there is not a lot of energy wasting due to the fact that they cook fast and the smart technology they are built with such as the flame keeper and the cool to touch handle which allows the door of the oven to keep the heat inside and avoid the glass from getting too hot.

October 31, 2023 — Chisom Onwukwe

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