The Ooni Karu is one of Ooni's most versatile pizza ovens, giving you a complete set of options in terms of fuel and cooking experience.
It can be used with real wood or charcoal (or a combination of both), or you can buy the gas-burner attachment separately (£64.99) and heat it up with propane-fuelled fire if you're short on time.
Key things to know
The door needs to stay shut during during cooking with this model, so you'll have to check your pizza when rotating it to judge how close to done it is.
The pizza stone is 15mm thick, which is thicker than the pizza stones in other Ooni options. This will add to the time the oven needs to reach cooking temperature, but will help with crisping up the base.
At 12kg, it's the heaviest of the Ooni pizza ovens, although the chimney can be detached and a carry bag can be bought (£39.99) for ease of transportation.
Important info to take on board before you buy an Ooni pizza oven
If you buy your pizza oven direct from Ooni, you get a three-year warranty included and Ooni accepts returns within 60 days of purchase.
A pizza peel is an essential tool for cooking and it's important to note that Ooni pizza ovens don't come with a peel included. Ooni sells its own range of pizza peels and serving boards, ranging from £20 to £65.
Unlike some other pizza ovens, such as the Gozney Roccbox, Ooni pizza ovens don't have heat-resistant shells, so during cooking the outside of the oven gets very hot. Make sure to keep children and pets away during cooking to avoid any risk of burns.
There's one other Ooni pizza oven we haven't got our hands on yet, the Ooni Pro, which can be used with all three fuel types and is designed to cook meat, vegetables and even bread as well as pizza.
We'll update this story with a link to our review of it as soon as we've tried it out.
In the meantime, head to our guide on how to buy the best pizza oven for expert tips and advice on each pizza oven type, as well as a step-by-step guide on how to make your own pizza dough.