This is a very small and very well renowned pizza oven for outdoor use (also works indoors IF you have the right kind of ventilation). Very useful to make authentic Neapolitan pizzas cause it can easily attain the 370 degrees C (700 Fahrenheit) and over that you need to bake a pizza in 90 seconds. OFC you can use it at a lower temperature to bake other types of pizzas than Neapolitan, as well as use it as a regular oven for just about anything.
Make the best pizzas in town in your own home. Or pop it on a food cart or in your bar/restaurant for an instant supply of free money
Joke aside, with a little bit of hard work, you could be producing top notch pizzas non stop, at a food cost of less than $3, that you sell for $6 or more.
You could regain your investment in a month just by a simple hand pushed cart on Riverside, and in my humble opinion, you could have a very comfy income by putting it in a moto pulled cart and doing a circle around the bar streets every evening. Do your own calculation and see what you come up with.
The oven is made in Italy by these guys www.pizzapartyshop.com/en/portable-gas- ... acesaving/
The pizza stone, a genuine Biscotto Saputo, is made by little swarthy men at the foot of Mount Vesuvio.
An 82 page thread about the oven can be found here www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php?topic=54604.0
The oven is very well renowned, just look at the thread above.
I am in Europe right now but the oven is available for pickup in Chbar Ampov. Use Private Message here (if I have access to it as a new member, I don't know yet) for questions.
The oven is brand new in an unopened box, that I carried all the way from Europe, whistling when walking past customs. You can OFC open the box to inspect it if you are serious about the product. Buying a new Ardore oven would cost you at least 960 euro ($1070) plus postage (80 to 250), and I do not even think they deliver to Cambodia. There is a 55 day waiting period to buy one due to popular demand. I would sell mine for $800 ONO, and I am not in a panic to sell, so don't bargain too hard I'll throw in a handheld IR thermometer for free. All you need to do is add a gas bottle and a pizza peel (and flour, salt, water, yeast, cheese, tomato and basil).
Product pics and video below are from the web.
Product video 1
Product video 2
Interesting, as in the 2nd video they mention a price of 450 euro...
I know, it's a year old, and they're claiming a 'Cyber Monday' promotion, but still, if you bought it at more than twice that price it's no wonder your plans have changed as you're obviously not a business person.
And even on the official Pizza Party page the price at the moment is € 737.70, more than 220 euro's cheaper than what you claim you have paid, and more than $60 above your price for your second-hand one.
So, bargaining cannot be 'too hard' on this one, it's mandatory, I'd say...
I have not made any claims as to how much I paid for it mate
It is still BNIB, but if you want to call that "second hand", be my guest.
Also, your price from the official site depends on where you are located. Check your IP and check how much it would cost to get it delivered to where you are. Do you see it now? You also seem to be using $ and € interchangeably.
I'm not talking about delivery, nor were you. Delivery costs were on top of that price you quoted. But I now understand that quoted price is not what you paid for it? How much did you pay then?
And yes, anything not directly brand-new delivered from a shop is secondhand. Not just in my book, it simply is.
I literally mentioned delivery, you busybody stickler you
But just for fun, let's whip out some proxies and see what results we get:
Czech Republic: 900 Euro + 122 Euro shipping = 1022 Euro = $1130
Thailand: 900 Euro + 175 Euro shipping = 1075 Euro = $1188
Vietnam: 900 Euro, no delivery possible.
Cambodia: I have no proxy for this, I doubt delivery is possible. I assume it is identical to Vietnam above.
USA NJ proxy: 900 Euro + 230 Euro Shipping = 1130 Euro = $1249
Also, the biscotto saputo floor that I have, adds €60 to the list price.
I do not know what kind of funky locations you have to combine to get a price of €737 from the official site, but I doubt most of us are located there. Please, do post a screenshot.
And oh, you didn't mean delivery did you? Just read your original post again:
"Buying a new Ardore oven would cost you at least 960 euro ($1070) plus postage (80 to 250)"
You're running around in circles and I'm done with this. Just success with your sale...
And the question still unanswered is: what exactly did YOU pay for it? I bet it's the same or even lower than what you're asking for your "BNIB" (but secondhand).
That is obviously from some GEO IP cul de sac. You will not be able to get that price. Nor can anyone else.
THIS is the price a Cambodian IP gives you. I am guessing some other people there in Cambodia can verify this by going to this URL https://www.pizzapartyshop.com/en/porta ... acesaving/
All incontrovertible truth. The oven + the Biscotto Saputo would cost you 960 Euro + shipping. You're cottoning on. Does the 77 in your nickname indicate your birth-year or your age btw?
You really are a laughing stock. I just simply clicked on that link you provided and I got the same price as in my screenshot. I'm beginning to wonder where you are accessing the internet from. Mars, maybe?Fitz wrote: ↑Mon Dec 09, 2019 12:09 amThat is obviously from some GEO IP cul de sac. You will not be able to get that price. Nor can anyone else.
THIS is the price a Cambodian IP gives you. I am guessing some other people here in Cambodia can verify this by going to this URL https://www.pizzapartyshop.com/en/porta ... acesaving/
A GEO IP cul de sac? Yeah, right, I don't even know what you're babbling about.
Just admit you want to get a quick buck out of a sale, trying to minimize your loss. I mean, your original post DOES NOT read like someone selling something he regrets having bought, instead it reads like one of those adverts that try to lure people into buying something totally useless.
E.g.: "You could regain your investment in a month" (the only thing missing here are the exclamation marks)
At least not for the price you wanted.
Are you the famous Swedish Chef from the Muppet show?
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