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Portable WFO possibly for sale...

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  • Portable WFO possibly for sale...

    Just testing the waters...
    thinking about selling my portable WFO built using castable refractory.
    You can view the build thread here.

    I was thinking of asking around $4k....?

    If anyone is remotely interested let me know and I will add recent pictures of it.

    It takes about 1hr to get to cooking heat (800f) and I can cook about 12 pizzas and only add two logs to the oven to maintain the heat.

  • #2
    Re: Portable WFO possibly for sale...

    it's called many hours of manual labor...


    • #3
      Re: Portable WFO possibly for sale...

      And a pizza place spends how much in materials to sell a pie for eight dollars? The laborer is worthy of his hire, I say.
      My geodesic oven project: part 1, part 2


      • #4
        Re: Portable WFO possibly for sale...

        I actually did a bit of math after my build and determined that my $2100 investment (all oven build expenses, including tools) would actually be a $10,000 ++ job if I were to duplicate it for someone else (charging local mason rates....not those of a DR. or lawyer)

        Many, many hours of manual labor. Go for it Joey, you deserve every penny you are asking and then some.



        • #5
          Re: Portable WFO possibly for sale...

          I have to admit that as I read that post I thought it was very sarcastic, but I find it hard to believe a 'brickie' wouldn't see the value in labor? Price seems reasonable to me for something you can haul around.
          My oven (for now):


          • #6
            Re: Portable WFO possibly for sale...

            Sorry guys the alcohol took over the key board..my bad.
            The English language was invented by people who couldnt spell.

            My Build.



            • #7
              Re: Portable WFO possibly for sale...

              its ok brickie, I didn't really want to sell it anyway, i just wanted an excuse to build a second one