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Old 02-23-2009, 10:33 PM   #239
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(1) Will the Safari get hot so you can sear a steak?
(2) Can you get 4 T bone steaks on it?
(2) Can you hook it to a large propane tank with a adapter hose?
Their web site does not make it clear.
Jim - Check out the Weber Q series. We have a small one that's about 5 years old now. It does a great job with steaks and leaves nice grill lines on them too. Their website is... Weber Grills and Accessories - Grills

The propane connections are really flexible too.

They come in a couple of sizes so you'll find one big enough to sear 4 really big t-bones!
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Old 02-25-2009, 05:58 PM   #240
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Safari Grill ???

Hi Jimandrod, sorry it took so long to get back to you! The safari does do a great sear on the steaks and the btus were so intense, that I commented the first time I used it, that it was better than the full grill we had a home. We grilled 2 ribeyes just fine, and there was plenty of room. You could do t-bones, they would certainly fill up the grill.

It uses the little green propane tanks that screw into the bottom of the grill. If you can adapt to that for your propane tanks, then it will work.

I liked the versatility of the grill, and it was easy to store, and not a chore to clean or lug around. Camping world sells it, so you might want to check it out either online or at your local store.

Hope this helps!

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Old 03-13-2009, 02:26 PM   #241
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New Grill

I just received this for my birthday and it is great! It is the O Grill from Iroda. Larger cooking area than the Q and much more compact and easier to store. Not to mention the "Cool Factor"
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Old 03-13-2009, 03:44 PM   #242
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Louis;

Is this a gas grill or electric? Looks like it could be stored about anywhere in an A/S.

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That thing is seriously cool - I love it
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Is this a gas grill or electric? Looks like it could be stored about anywhere in an A/S.

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Bob it uses the small propane cylinders and the best part is the legs fold up and it is designed to stand up on end so it is very thin and will fit in a closet.
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Old 03-14-2009, 11:26 PM   #245
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I just received this for my birthday and it is great! It is the O Grill from Iroda. Larger cooking area than the Q and much more compact and easier to store. Not to mention the "Cool Factor"
It is seriously cool!
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I got a Cobb charcoal Grill last year , good for Breakfast , Lunch and Supper, I use it weekly !!!




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I just received this for my birthday and it is great! It is the O Grill from Iroda. Larger cooking area than the Q and much more compact and easier to store. Not to mention the "Cool Factor"
Is it available in silver? How does it cook. I like the shape. Very retro/very futuristic at the same time.
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Is it available in silver? How does it cook. I like the shape. Very retro/very futuristic at the same time.
It is available in 6 colors and yes silver is one of them!
Here is the link to a website featuring this grill. It was purchased locally at a fireplace/BBQ store called Barbeques Galore and was a better price than advertised on the web. It cooks very well and I love the fact that it stands up on end for stowing.

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I got a Cobb charcoal Grill last year , good for Breakfast , Lunch and Supper, I use it weekly !!!
I love our Cobb grill too, but I have you had any luck doing anything with the 'moat'? I have not. Anytime we try to cook veggies below in the moat they never get cooked. I have been very happy with the performance of the grill though, and smoking.
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Tin Hut: Take a look a the Weber Q 120 gas grill, have had one for two years and it is great. You might want to consider the rolling cart that you put the Q on and roll it around and it folds up with the grill on it. The Q series comes in various sizes, but since it is the end results the size does not matter!
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Weber Quality

I recently purchased a Weber Q200 with the folding stand. The Q200 is cast aluminum and typical Weber high quality made in USA. I planed to get the smaller Q120, but the Q200 was offered at the same price. I use it at home and with the folding cart, it easily goes in the back of my TV when we go out with our AS. The gas control works vary well and is extremely adjustable. I have used it for fish, steaks and pork chops with great success. I had a cheaper gas grill that rusted through the heat shield and it was not very adjustable at all, making it easy to burn whatever was being cooked. As usual, one gets what one pays for.
It looks like the Weber Q200 grill will last for many years.

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