Home Pizza Ovens Promise Pizzeria-like Results | Consumer Reports

At the 2016 Design and Construction Week in Las Vegas, appliance manufacturers showcased their latest pizza-making wares, including GE’s Monogram Pizza Oven, an indoor electric model costing nearly $10,000.

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MrLalasd says:

So getting one …

Alexandre Potvin says:

Hey, look at all this single purpose junkware.

dxmakina says:

or you can save 10k and just put the pizza in the oven

Jacob Barros says:

Ive always known pizzerias use a ultra high temp to do it right but always wondered why the frozen pizza is set for 375 or 400. Why not 500 which is where most home ovens max out at? Very cool though. I can see this being put in some high end homes for sure.

Stoneyburke says:

10k ? i`ll go out or microwave mine.

eazon says:

how many pizzas can you buy with $10,000?

Steve W says:

You can buy a lot of good pizza without having to make it yourself for $10,000!

shafta99 says:

just get a pizza stone, a paddle and crank your oven all the way for fresh thin crust dough, a lot cheaper. this is all to impress your friends and stuff, if you got the money go for it.

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