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Isnt this brand new accessorie by Weber ? I would be super intrested to see how it performs since i allready have the kettle. Im sure we will see some cheap diy hacking very soon.
Is this any good Morgan http://lifehacker.com/5459718/build-a-pizza-oven-out-of-a-weber-grill
Has anyone any experience of these?? as with all things it comes separate from the grill (driving up cost) I don't have the grill so I'm looking at approx €260 for both and don't have room to build an oven so I'm considering this for the summer http://www.riversidegardencentre.co.uk/bbq/weber-original-charcoal-pizza-oven.html
That one resembles an LBE, except that it's charcoal powered instead of propane burner powered. The latter is the norm for an LBE. Note that all heated air is directed up through vents at the back of the hinged lid. The lid is shallow to force the air to pass directly over the pizza. The air exits a front vent opening. Very much like an LBE.
[quote Maybe you should just buy it and tell us...Send on the money Morgan and I'll start the research
I agree, and when I saw it in the shop the "topside" seemed very thin to me so I'd reckon there would be some element of heat loss. For me it's too expensive as an item I might only get to use once a month or less going by the weather we are having now. I will look out for a cheaper idea that might double as a patio heater too and kill two birds with the one stone, something like these maybehttp://www.instructables.com/id/Portable-Wood-Fired-Pizza-OvenPatio-Heater/http://www.instructables.com/id/Rocket-Grill/
Yeah I've seen that too Morgan but I'm still looking at €190 for the grill first and I need to be sure it's gonna work before spending the dosh or I'll be divorced what I don't like is there seems to be no mention of achievable temperatures from Weber.