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Outdoor Oven

The Outdoor Oven offers the experience of cooking amazing foods in the open air. Stoke the flames high to have a pizza ready within 2 minutes, or go low and slow to cook vegetables, meats, or delicious focaccia.

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  • Pricing

     650.00

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    The price within the EU is €650 including VAT

    Outside the EU, you are exempt from the 21% Dutch VAT but import taxes might apply depending on the destination. Currency exchange rate depends on your bank and credit card company. 

    UK customs fees and import taxes are gathered by shipping companies (UPS, DPD) and are 20% of your purchase. 

    US import taxes apply for orders above US$1000 and are 3%

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  • Shipping price + Read More

    • Worldwide shipping
    • Shipping of the oven/firepit within the EU and UK is free of charge (This does not apply to other products and accessories)
    • Delivered to your front door within 2 weeks
    • want to know more, go to shipping and returns
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  • DIMENSIONS + Read More

    DIMENSIONS

    Size matters

    The outdoor oven is made entirely from 3mm thick(0.12in) corten steel sheets. When assembled, the oven is 85cm (33,5in) high, 37cm (14,6in) wide and 40cm (15,8in) deep.

    The oven weighs 43 kg.

    The top part of the oven holds two baking stones made out of high-quality cordierite. (32 x 30 x 1,5cm ; 12,6 x 11,8 x 0,6in)

     

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  • MATERIALS + Read More

    MATERIALS

    Corten steel

    The outdoor oven is made entirely from 3mm thick (0.12in) corten steel sheets.

    Corten is a steel alloy that forms a protective layer of rust on its surface. When you order our outdoor oven, you will receive it without any rust. As soon as you place your oven outside, where it will be subject to different weather conditions, the rusting process will set in. Depending on where you live, the process of turning from blank to rusty steel can take between a few months up to a year.

    The steel is meant to rust in order to form a protective coating. In the first phase of the rusting process, some flakes of rust might come loose, but after a while, this will stop and the oven will get its final look.

    The top part of the oven holds two baking stones made out of food-grade, high-quality cordierite. This material has a very low thermal expansion, which makes it ideal for use in ovens. The baking stones absorb the heat from the flames and pass it on to the food. This way, when you bake a pizza, it will always have that perfect light and crispy base. The stones can withstand temperatures of over 1000 degrees (Celcius).

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  • Fire & Smoke + Read More

    Fire & Smoke

    Fire 

    Start by placing small pieces of kindling wood inside the oven, then start a fire. Once the fire is going, you can slowly start to add bigger logs of hardwood (length 25 cm, diameter 7 cm). After 20 to 35 minutes, the oven is preheated. Now you can start cooking. The oven can reach temperatures of up to 450°C (850°F).

    Smoke 

    Once the oven is up to temperature, it produces very little to no smoke. Here’s how: 

    To create fire without smoke, you need 3 ingredients: fuel, oxygen, and heat.

    Fuel

    Should be clean, dry hardwood (moisture level around 20%).

    Oxygen

    The Outdoor Oven can create a great amount of drag thanks to its internal airflow system, which sucks in lots of oxygen. This makes for a very efficient burn with little to no smoke. 

    Heat

    This is the final ingredient for an efficient burn and is also the ingredient you will probably be missing the first 15 minutes after starting up your fire. That’s why you can expect some smoke development at the beginning of your cooking sessions.

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  • Assembly + Read More

    Assembly

    The oven is shipped in separate parts that you can assemble yourself. Assembly requires no more than a pair of protective gloves and a minus screwdriver. The design is so simple that anyone can put it together. It has never been easier to make that amazing wood-fired food yourself.  Assembly time is about 20 minutes.

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  • Made in Holland + Read More

    Made in Holland

    When I just started Städler Made I made every oven I sold myself. This gave me a feeling of great satisfaction and pride. 

     

    Making every oven myself is not possible anymore. Luckily, I’m working closely with a third-generation steel company right here in the netherlands. They make your Outdoor Oven and take great pride in doing so. Keeping the manufacturing local, enables me to keep a close eye on quality making sure you can enjoy the best product possible.

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Pricing

The price within the EU is €650 including VAT

Outside the EU, you are exempt from the 21% Dutch VAT but import taxes might apply depending on the destination. Currency exchange rate depends on your bank and credit card company. 

UK customs fees and import taxes are gathered by shipping companies (UPS, DPD) and are 20% of your purchase. 

US import taxes apply for orders above US$1000 and are 3%

Shipping

  • Worldwide shipping
  • Shipping of the oven/firepit within the EU and UK is free of charge (This does not apply to other products and accessories)
  • Delivered to your front door within 2 weeks
  • want to know more, go to shipping and returns

DIMENSIONS

Size matters

The outdoor oven is made entirely from 3mm thick(0.12in) corten steel sheets. When assembled, the oven is 85cm (33,5in) high, 37cm (14,6in) wide and 40cm (15,8in) deep.

The oven weighs 43 kg.

The top part of the oven holds two baking stones made out of high-quality cordierite. (32 x 30 x 1,5cm ; 12,6 x 11,8 x 0,6in)

 

MATERIALS

Corten steel

The outdoor oven is made entirely from 3mm thick (0.12in) corten steel sheets.

Corten is a steel alloy that forms a protective layer of rust on its surface. When you order our outdoor oven, you will receive it without any rust. As soon as you place your oven outside, where it will be subject to different weather conditions, the rusting process will set in. Depending on where you live, the process of turning from blank to rusty steel can take between a few months up to a year.

The steel is meant to rust in order to form a protective coating. In the first phase of the rusting process, some flakes of rust might come loose, but after a while, this will stop and the oven will get its final look.

The top part of the oven holds two baking stones made out of food-grade, high-quality cordierite. This material has a very low thermal expansion, which makes it ideal for use in ovens. The baking stones absorb the heat from the flames and pass it on to the food. This way, when you bake a pizza, it will always have that perfect light and crispy base. The stones can withstand temperatures of over 1000 degrees (Celcius).

Fire & Smoke

Fire 

Start by placing small pieces of kindling wood inside the oven, then start a fire. Once the fire is going, you can slowly start to add bigger logs of hardwood (length 25 cm, diameter 7 cm). After 20 to 35 minutes, the oven is preheated. Now you can start cooking. The oven can reach temperatures of up to 450°C (850°F).

Smoke 

Once the oven is up to temperature, it produces very little to no smoke. Here’s how: 

To create fire without smoke, you need 3 ingredients: fuel, oxygen, and heat.

Fuel

Should be clean, dry hardwood (moisture level around 20%).

Oxygen

The Outdoor Oven can create a great amount of drag thanks to its internal airflow system, which sucks in lots of oxygen. This makes for a very efficient burn with little to no smoke. 

Heat

This is the final ingredient for an efficient burn and is also the ingredient you will probably be missing the first 15 minutes after starting up your fire. That’s why you can expect some smoke development at the beginning of your cooking sessions.

Assembly

The oven is shipped in separate parts that you can assemble yourself. Assembly requires no more than a pair of protective gloves and a minus screwdriver. The design is so simple that anyone can put it together. It has never been easier to make that amazing wood-fired food yourself.  Assembly time is about 20 minutes.

Made in Holland

When I just started Städler Made I made every oven I sold myself. This gave me a feeling of great satisfaction and pride. 

 

Making every oven myself is not possible anymore. Luckily, I’m working closely with a third-generation steel company right here in the netherlands. They make your Outdoor Oven and take great pride in doing so. Keeping the manufacturing local, enables me to keep a close eye on quality making sure you can enjoy the best product possible.