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Old 07-30-2016, 07:51 PM   #15
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We have a Weber Q200 and it is great to use easy set up and cleaning. I wish he cart was a bit more stout.
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Old 07-30-2016, 10:23 PM   #16
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Old 08-06-2016, 10:06 PM   #17
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Another vote for the Weber Q. I gave away our big home grill and use the Q for both. A 20# tank at home and portables for the road. About $3 each at WalMart.
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Old 08-06-2016, 11:13 PM   #18
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Just sold my Weber Q120 today. It worked great but I love my charcoal. Just bought an 18" Weber Smokey Joe.

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Old 08-06-2016, 11:32 PM   #19
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We had to buy a new grill after the other ended up on the highway a few months ago. After much looking & reading reviews & also owning one of their other products, I bought the Blackstone Tailgater grill. Pretty cool grill, grill & griddle side, both or one can be removed for using the 2 burners underneath.Legs fold up also. Got a great price on Groupon & it was less expensive than replacing the Coleman Roadtrip.
Lisa does that grille connect to the high or low pressure side of your propane tank?
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Just sold my Weber Q120 today. It worked great but I love my charcoal. Just bought an 18" Weber Smokey Joe.

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I love charcoal too. Charcoal or wood absolutely the best way to grill for flavor. Still insist on charcoal at home.

Before buying my MH I considered gas grill to be the devil's own. Wouldn't own one.

Tried using charcoal for the first year with my MH but just to messy.

The Weber Q makes grilling easier and cleaner. Not a huge fan of the flavor but I accept it to keep the mess manageable.
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Old 08-07-2016, 06:47 AM   #22
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Love charcoal, but to big a mess and problem getting rid of semi burnt bricketts on a short or one night stay.,Bought a Weber Q,1200 and a 10# bottle and hose. Don't like getting the grille out, everything seasoned and ready to go, and learn, the little throwaway bottle is empty.

Use to have the little square Weber, didn't care for it. It was small enough and portable, but it didn't work well in the wind, and the control wasn't as functional as the one on the Q. I also like that the grille on the Q is designed to shield the burner openings from drippings. Which makes clean up easier.
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Lisa does that grille connect to the high or low pressure side of your propane tank?
I honestly don't know. We have a way to connect it from the propane tank but opted to just use a regular tank (away from coach). Husband said it comes with its own regulator, if that helps you. It's a really nice grill, good quality... I had the Roadtrip (more $$$) & think the Blackstone Tailgater is better built, more options & less money.
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I honestly don't know. We have a way to connect it from the propane tank but opted to just use a regular tank (away from coach). Husband said it comes with its own regulator, if that helps you. It's a really nice grill, good quality... I had the Roadtrip (more $$$) & think the Blackstone Tailgater is better built, more options & less money.

Yes that helps. My coach has the tee adapter for connecting a grille but it is on the down stream side of the coach regulator which is low pressure.
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Old 08-07-2016, 10:44 AM   #25
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The Weber Q120 is the best MH grille we have ever used. Easy to set up and store. Great grille.
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Started with a Weber Q but have since moved to a Camp Chief 2 burner. A bit more versatile, and bigger, with the various accessories that are available. In particular the dutch oven kit. More or less I've eliminated the need to carry charcoal.

Taped into the high pressure side of the coach propane tank with an extend-a-safe tee fitting and feed the grill with a 10' hose that I used use with the Webber. The burners are pretty big at 30,000 BTU each but can be turned down low enough that I can pan cook over them rather than using the griddle or grill box. Can't recall when we last used the stove in the coach.

Due to the burner size it also does double duty as a Thanksgiving turkey deep fryer and we did a fish boil for 12.

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We have used our Solaire Anywhere portable infrared grill for years and without a doubt, it's going to outlast us.

It's pricey but we've never regretted buying it, especially when the carne asada is sizzling and ready for our plates.

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I have used the Coleman Road Trip for over 12 years. Have the bag to keep it in and it has wheels to move it in the bag, have griddle, grill and rack for pot or frypan. Also got the adapter to hook up to a 20lb tank.
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