Amelia Pellet Pizza Oven

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emski72
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Amelia Pellet Pizza Oven

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https://ameliaovens.com.au/

I'm thinking of purchasing one of these - I did a search in here but couldn't find any past threads. Just after opinions on how well a pellet oven might work for Italian style pizza? They are around $400. Opinions appreciated.
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Re: Amelia Pellet Pizza Oven

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Hi Emski...I clicked on the link to have a look and these look quite impressive....not a bad price either, about the same as a new Weber kettle.
I think for the price they might be well worth considering.

Thanks for sharing

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Re: Amelia Pellet Pizza Oven

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thanks Davo, I did a bit more research and found it's very similar to the uuni3 - people seem to be happy with them. Amelia is made in Melbourne. the only thing I'm concerned about is whether or not the chimneys detachable on the Amelia I have to ask the maker tossing up between the Amelia and uuni now. I have little kids and have built a huge wood fired pizza oven before for my brother in law...it was rarely used due to the time it took to get going...figure this is a good solution for us I don't have all day to be stoking a fire outside for one or two pizzas!
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Re: Amelia Pellet Pizza Oven

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Did you end up purchasing this or the uuni?
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Re: Amelia Pellet Pizza Oven

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small ovens with pellet is very difficult to use to obtain good results and isn't an easy management
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