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Old 05-07-2009, 06:10 PM   #253
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"Portable" is a state of mind over money.
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Old 05-16-2009, 10:35 PM   #254
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Must be from Texas. I hear everythings bigger down there :-)

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Old 05-17-2009, 08:11 AM   #255
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Originally Posted by dstalzer View Post
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.

I agree with you Dennis, the Q 200 is awesome. I do not have one but my buddy who we camp next to twice a does. We have cooked ribs, steaks and burgers for as many as 40 people. Really great grill for 2 to 6 people.
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Old 05-26-2009, 09:04 AM   #256
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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"
Love it! Still need to replace my bbq that is held together with a bungie cord! Time to shop!
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Old 08-09-2009, 05:43 PM   #257
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The only grill has to be the Weber Smokey Joe. Its compact and uses charcoal, the only true way to cook. Sure you can slap some store bought frozen 50% beef burgers on gas burners and burn it to a briquet or you can slow down get some real beef and cook it slow over coals on a Weber. Best bang for the buck. I have had my Weber Performer at home for tens years now and it still works great.
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Old 08-09-2009, 06:45 PM   #258
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I have no idea what works best for everyone, but I know what I like. After cooking with many types of grills: gas, wood, charcoal, electric. This is the best I've ever used:

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Old 09-22-2009, 10:37 PM   #259
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We've kind of changed 'camps' a few times when it come to BBQ's...

1. We used to use a 'cheapo' type of hibachi that used briquettes...worked 'OK', wasn't fancy, and when it finally got a big crack in the side, was easy to let go due to it's $10 cost...

2. We then started down the propane 'path' with several experimental grills that usually only lasted one season before the burner corroded away, or the spiders were so entrenched in the gas jets that it wouldn't work as advertised...our latest, and still 'kicking' model is that SS 'suitcase' type unit mentioned by others here, that we bought from Lowe's...we use it occasionally, but it's a pain to pack, and 'weeps' grease when it's seen a few days hard use grilling big slabs of meat!

3. Read about the COBB grill here on Airforums, checked it out, and found the least expensive one could be bought from TARGET on line! We received ours a couple of weeks ago - they are really well built, all SS, and as advertised on their web site...used it for the first time last weekend, BBQ'd an entire chicken with ease, using ONLY 10 briquettes...took 1-1/2 hrs cooking time - it was a plump, range runner...

I think we'll continue with the COBB for a while and see how it does in the long's just about the right size for the two of us - if you're trying to grill for a crowd, you'd need something larger...

with all the great new briquettes that have smoke wood pressed into them, 'smoking' becomes easier than ever...

the only other downside I can think of is that some RV parks don't allow any BBQ's other than gas, as they don't want to deal with hot coals
being thrown into the danger, don't ya' know!

4. When my lotto ticket matches the numbers big time, I think I'll order one of these and just 'blow' away the competition...
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Old 04-18-2010, 01:20 PM   #260
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Weber Q

Found this one this morning at a garage sale. Bought it for $5.
It was dirty but put the pressure washer to it and cleaned up great. Hooked up the gas and fired right up.
I've already got one so I'll give it to my Dad.
Some days it pays to stop.
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Old 04-18-2010, 04:53 PM   #261
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Originally Posted by AirHeadsRus View Post
Found this one this morning at a garage sale. Bought it for $5.
It was dirty but put the pressure washer to it and cleaned up great. Hooked up the gas and fired right up.
I've already got one so I'll give it to my Dad.
Some days it pays to stop.
That was rockin' deal!

We paid over $200 for our Weber Q-what with the 20 pound propane tank conversion hose, wheeled cart/riser and the grill cover.

We love ours. We own a Road Trip Grill as well as a Fire and Ice Grill and like the Weber Q best for traveling. It puts out an impressive amount of btu's, yet can be adjusted to a very low flame. The side "tables" fold into the grill for storage and it's relatively lightweight, has a small footprint and is portable. It lives in our Airstream until we need to use it.
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Old 04-19-2010, 09:21 AM   #262
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I got to admit I like the price on that Weber Q.

I opted for the Weber Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill. (I paid full price $45)
I like the rectangular shape ( 21" X 12"), the legs fold up and you can carry it all in one piece, plus the side vent controls work nice for indirect cooking.
Like all the other Weber's it heavy guage and a decent enamel finish. Be careful there is a Charbroil on the market that looks a lot like this model but it is thin guage steel and I'm sure it won't hold up in the long run

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Old 06-01-2010, 08:17 PM   #263
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I bought the Weber Q100 today for my hubby. Can't decide whether to give it to him for Father's Day or our 36th anniversary. Can't wait to try it out.
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Old 06-12-2010, 10:31 AM   #264
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Anyone have this grill? $49

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Old 06-13-2010, 01:22 PM   #265
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Old 06-13-2010, 01:28 PM   #266
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We bought the weber q for memorial day camping. I have to say, I'm a little disappointed in the performance. We cooked a tri-tip on it, and I had to keep turning it off to keep the heat down. It does not go low enough to cook big pieces of meat. Perhaps its better suited for hamburgers etc. I do however feel the size and portability is perfect.

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