Pizza Craft Pizzacue Vs. Solo Stove Pi Pizza Oven


While in the garden center at Target, a pizza oven caught my eye. The Pizza Craft Pizzacue is a gas powered pizza oven that sells in-store for $269.99.

As a Solo Stove Pi owner, I wondered how the two compare. Let’s see how they stack up.

The Pizzacue definitely has a price advantage, especially when you factor in the cost of a gas attachment for the Solo Stove Pi. At only $149.99 on Amazon, it might be worth a shot to try the Pizzacue if you don’t want the option of using wood as a fuel source.


Pizza Craft Pizzacue: $269.99 at Target, $149.99 on Amazon
Solo Stove Pi: Click here for current price



Pizza Craft Pizzacue: Gas
Solo Stove Pi: Wood or gas with gas attachment


Pizza Craft Pizzacue: 18.6″ x 18″ x 12.3″
Solo Stove Pi: 20.5″ x 15.125″


Pizza Craft Pizzacue: 31 lbs.
Solo Stove Pi: 30 lbs.


Pizza Craft Pizzacue: Stainless Steel
Solo Stove Pi: Stainless Steel

Recommended Accessories

Pizza Peel

Without a Pizza Peel, loading a pizza into an oven can be very difficult. Believe me, I tried. While waiting for my peel to arrive, I attempted to get by with a spatula and a cookie shovel. It worked to an extent, but not without a few pizza disasters. With a proper pizza peel, it’s been a piece of cake to slide the pizza in and to retrieve it once cooked.



Pizza turner

A pizza turner will allow you to easily rotate your pizza to evenly finish off you pie. I personally have been using a metal spatula which seems to get the job done ok, although a pizza turner would make things easier.



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