When it comes to choosing the best countertop wood fired pizza oven for your home or business, you’ve probably already realized there are A LOT of options! So, how do you decide which is the best pizza oven for your needs? This Chicago Brick Oven CBO 750 Countertop Wood Fired Pizza Oven CBO-O-CT-750 review will dive deep into this oven’s top features to help you decide if it’s the perfect oven for your home or business. This wood fired countertop pizza oven offers numerous benefits, including:
When you set out to buy a wood fired pizza oven, you probably didn’t put too much thought into where the heat and the smoke go, right? I mean, all pizza ovens should heat up the inside (in some way or another) and send the smoke out the chimney.
BUT that’s not always the case. Get a poorly designed pizza oven and you’ll quickly look like a cartoon character with a face covered in ash!
Lucky for us all, the Chicago Brick Oven CBO 750 Countertop Wood Fired Pizza Oven is made in a unique way to promote high performance heat and smoke drafting.
Unlike other ovens that trap heat and smoke at the dome ceiling, Chicago Brick Oven’s pizza oven vent pulls the flame horizontally across the top of the dome and then vertically down the sides.
Combine this unique flame pull with a modern and efficient flue system, and you have yourself a high performing oven that cooks food through, while preventing smoke from coming out the front door.
Here at Pro Pizza Ovens, we’ve had the pleasure to speak with a lot of customers over the years. And one of the biggest regrets we hear from pizza oven owners, time and time again, is the fact that they sold their home or business, and they couldn’t bring their pizza oven with them.
Oftentimes they describe it as “feeling like they’d left a part of them behind.”
With the Chicago Brick Oven CBO 750 Countertop Wood Fired Pizza Oven you don’t have to make that gut wrenching decision. This oven is built to be flexible in its placement. You can set it wherever you’d like as long as the countertop can support its weight. And if you ever have to move, just take it with you!
Don’t leave your new oven behind, make sure you consider a countertop option for your next pizza oven.
What’s the first thing you notice when you look inside this countertop pizza oven? Its round shape, right?
While most of the industry is trying to reinvent the wheel, i.e. barrel shaped ovens. Chicago Brick Oven has stuck to what’s tried and true. A low, igloo shaped dome. The exact style traditional Italian wood-fired pizza ovens have been made for centuries.
The only difference? Chicago Brick Oven uses a proprietary refractory cement formula and stainless steel fiber reinforcement, so their ovens are built to last, even in the harshest of climates. Talk about durability!
Owning a pizza oven is a luxury. It’s a great way to start a business or stoke up some family fun at home on the weekends.
But safety is a top concern when you’re dealing with an open flame. And Chicago Brick Oven has you covered.
All of Chicago Brick Oven’s pizza ovens, including the CBO-750 Countertop Wood Fired Pizza Oven, are UL and NSF Certified.
What does that mean, exactly?
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) is an independent organization that’s been around for over 100 years. Their main job is to evaluate and test manufactured products to ensure they meet strict safety requirements prior to giving their third-party certification to any product.
National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) is a non-profit organization that created strict food safety and sanitation standards to promote public health. An NSF Certified food service product means the manufacturer of that product (in this case Chicago Brick Oven) uses only FDA approved raw materials in the manufacturing of their products.
Bottom line: you can feel confident knowing that you have a very safe and responsibly sourced pizza oven for your closest family and friends to enjoy.
Decades ago, you’d never hear the phrases “wood-fired pizza oven” and “made in America” in the same sentence. It just didn’t make sense; the worlds were too far apart.
But Chicago Brick Oven didn’t think so.
They knew they could build a superior brick oven using American made materials and craftsmanship here in the suburbs of Chicago, IL.
So they set out to do just that. And Chicago Brick Oven was born!
All of Chicago Brick Oven’s pizza ovens are built here in America using USA-sourced materials to ensure safe and reliable year-around cooking. Every oven is engineered to withstand the extreme temperatures of the United States vast climates, so you can feel confident knowing your oven will last in any season.
So enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing no company is as committed to sourcing, building and testing genuine made-in-the-USA ovens than Chicago Brick Oven.
The Chicago Brick Oven CBO 750 Countertop Wood Fired Pizza Oven Kit can cook up to two 12” pizzas at one time, in under 3 minutes per pie.
Please see the Chicago Brick Oven CBO 750 Countertop Pizza Oven Specification Sheet below for more details.
Chicago Brick Oven warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of shipment.
Please see the Chicago Brick Oven CBO 750 Countertop Pizza Oven User Manual below for more details.
Our goal is to keep the ordering process as simple as possible. Shipping times vary from 1-3 business days and delivery time varies between 3-12 business days if your pizza oven is in stock.
Please read through this instructional guide so you can understand how the process works and what you should expect to happen once you place your order with us.
The following section will give you the essential information about what to expect with the delivery of your item. If you purchased one of our large and heavy items your item will ship freight LTL and will be delivered via a lift gate truck.
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If you are considering getting a pizza oven, but do not have the cash or credit available to pay for one right now, you may be thinking about other financing options. We offer one of the best financing programs in the industry.
We have partnered with two financing companies to give you double the chances of qualifying for credit: PayPal and Klarna. Both require you to apply for financing. You will fill out a loan application, and you are subject to a credit approval.
Pro Pizza Ovens has no control over the financing decision. This is solely the lender's decision based on your creditworthiness.
You will usually get a decision within seconds and be able to purchase that brand new pizza oven of your dreams right from our website.
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The financing lasts for 6 months and is only valid on approved credit.
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