Hi, I'm looking for some advice and opinions on my first wood fired oven. I am currently renting a house for the time being so I can not build a permanent structure for the oven nor can I lay down bricks for a traditional full fire-brick dome oven.
These restrictions have narrowed down my search to a few manufactures of semi-mobile ovens, not neccessarily something I'll be moving around the yard, but at least something that is movable when the house lease ends.
I've been looking at the FGM neopolitan oven as well as the FB P70....both withing the $2000-2500 range and around the 27-28" diameter. Both have good reviews on this forum, but I wanted an opinion on some other similar priced or cheaper ovens.
One oven which I've seen rebranded on a few sites is an Australian based oven which appears to have the correct 63% dome/entry dimensions and appears to be decently constructed. I've found a local deal significantly cheaper than the FGM and FB70 for this oven.
Does anyone have opinions or experience with the ovens produced by the Australian company Mediterranean Woodfired Ovens:
They are made in Australia and show up under the following companieshttp://www.woodfiredovensusa.com/
Also listed as 'Rustic Cedar Oven' or 'Red Brick Arch Oven' on some resellers sites and via a Google search.
The one I'm interested in is the AD70 pre-built kit on www.vermontwoodfiredovens.com