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Old 04-04-2013, 09:21 AM
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Default quandary of a decision which Forno Bravo Oven

Ok, first i'm a newb for ovens not pizza love it been doing it for most my life (longer than i care to think about it). I've lucked into a local dealer who will be able to get me a break on shipp since he orders a lot at a time. So now an oven is in my reach. The challenge is which one and I apologize if this is not the right location for the question. I will be retiring in about 5 years (I pray) and part of me says get the mobile oven (Andiamo 70) and take it with me otherwise when i leave its a sunk cost. The other part says if I go with the casa2g80 i can build it cheaper and would be slightly bigger. I can see the need for a single pie at a time. So has anybody here had a similar type dilemma? Thanks
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Old 04-04-2013, 10:28 AM
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Yes, having the issues as I am also in pa and the shipping is quite expensive. I was thinking casa2g 80 or 90. OR building the Pompeii. I just sent the Pompeii plans to a mason that did work for me last year. Waiting to see what he will charge. It's the shipping charges that are keeping me from ordering the casa. I also thought about the mobile one but I think it will be too small for me.
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Old 04-04-2013, 04:51 PM
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I posted a reply earlier don't know where it is. I too am in pa and had shipping quotes from 600- $1000. I just gave the plan to a mason. Should be cheaper to buy the materials here and build the Pompeii. I would like to have the casa 2g 80 or 90 if it weren't for the shipping cost. Also considered the Mobil unit but I would hate to spend the money on something I think would be too small.
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Old 04-14-2013, 04:50 AM
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Who is the dealer that you are considering buying from ? Do you know if they have any ovens displayed? I'm still waiting to hear back from the contractor on the cost to build the Pompeii.
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