Like all Häussler electric stone ovens, the Primus is completely lined inside with thick, heavy fire brick to duplicate the outstanding baking characteristics of the traditional wood fired, stone hearth oven—and powered by clean, convenient electricity.
With its 16 by 24 inch baking area, the Primus holds up to 11 lbs dough or meat. Upper & lower heat are separately adjustable from 122° to 608° F. The Primus has an electronic timer for pre-selecting the heating start time and alerts you audibly at the end of your preset baking time. One year manufacturer's warranty. Made in Germany.
Häussler Primus Electric Stone Artisan Bread Oven
Baking area (W x D x H)
24.02" x 16.14" x 9.05"
122°–608° F (Top & bottom heat separately, infinitely variable)
Haussler Primus ovens are available as a special order item. Please contact for details.
“We’ve had our Haussler oven for a couple of months now. Our results have been excellent. The bread we are baking exceeds pretty much anything we can buy, including from artisan bakers at farmer's markets. Pleasant Hill Grain was easy to work with as well. We recommend it highly.”
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Manufacturer Part Number
30 Amp (NEMA 14-30P)
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We’ve had our Haussler oven for a couple of months now. We’d tried all the methods we could find to bake bread and were never satisfied so we bit the bullet and bought the Primus.
Our results have been excellent. Several types of bread, pizza, cookies, scones and crostata. The stone oven imparts a different texture and finish, especially to the non bread items. It has taken some experimenting with temperatures, but we’ve kept a log and are getting pretty close to what we are looking for.
The bread we’re baking exceeds pretty much anything we can buy, including from artisan bakers at farmers markets. Be aware, this thing is pretty heavy, but we had a spot for it where it stays. You won’t be moving it around very easily. Pleasant Hill Grain was easy to work with as well.