Roccbox Portable Stone Oven Can Cook A Pizza In 90 Seconds


If you like making pizza at home, you’re going to want the Roccbox. Not only is it compact, it also cooks with an uncanny sense of urgency, as it’s able to bake a 12-inch pizzas in as little as 90 seconds.

Measuring 16.3 x 18.6 x 20.9 mm (h x w x l), it’s as compact a stone oven as you’re going to find, making it easy to find a space for in the backyard. It’s also reasonably portable (well… as portable as a 44-pound appliance can be), so you can throw it in the camper if you want to make pizza while spending the weekend by the lake.


The Roccbox has a compartment in the back that can be filled with either gas or wood for fuel, so you can use whichever is easily available, depending on where you are. Once ignited, flame rises from the back compartment into the roof of the oven, whose arched shape causes it to roll, distributing heat evenly across its length. The stone floor absorbs the heat for cooking the underside of the food. Engineered for efficient baking, the body is constructed using multiple steel layers, then covered with a dense, insulated jacket and a silicone outer sleeve.


Features include integrated thermometers for monitoring temperature, weatherproof construction, and a heat-up time of 15 minutes. While designed for pizza, it can also bake breads, roast meats, and cook a whole host of other things, making for a versatile backyard appliance.

Slated for release in September, the Roccbox is now available for preorders, priced at $535.

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2 Responses

  1. William

    This is a really nice oven, and looks well built! The dimensions on it appear to minimize it from being too bulky, but it does look a little heavy. I’d love to take one of these out on a camping trip, or just an outdoor or backyard family BBQ. How can it cook the pizza so fast, what’s the minimum, resting, and maximum temperature? Do you think you can cook other foods in it, like shish kabobs, or even fresh (raw) meat like chicken drumsticks? The steel looks sturdy, and it has an aluminum look to it too. For the price, I’d assume it’s weatherproof–within reason. It’s definitely on the higher end, but you pay for convenience and style here I guess. The silicone outer sleeve was a good idea, this way it’s less prone to scratches or damage, and also heats up to a desirable level without being tarnished.

  2. joan s

    I love making pizza at home. I’ve never thought about making one while out camping. But I guess it wouldnt be too hard to whip up some dough with the right dry ingredients and a little pond water. ;).

    This a a terrific item, because I especially love pizza during hot weather, but the oven and the air conditioner love to battle it out with the electricity meter. Having this oven outside would be amazing.

    I think the price is pretty fair considering it can go with wood or gas. This is something I would put on my wish list. I do not know anyone who does not like home made pizza! Beautiful <3


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