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Old 02-28-2011, 06:56 PM   #1
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Trying to decide which grill to buy for camping. Heard good things about the weber baby q grill. Need something compact and user friendly. Any suggestions?
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I BOUGHT THIS ONE 2 YEARS AGO AND LOVE IT. GREAT QUALITY!


Amazon.com: Coleman RoadTrip Grill - Blue/ Black: Sports & Outdoors
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The Weber Q grills are great. We have the Q220, which is the slightly bigger one with the folding side tables and lid temp gauge.

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Old 02-28-2011, 07:07 PM   #4
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Also have baby weber 2years old cooks great steaks.
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We have the Weber Q220 also and it is great. The Baby Q now has folding side platforms. I would probably buy the BabyQ if I needed one. The big one is a little too big for our needs, as it turns out.

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Funny how opinions differ. We've had ours nearly 4 years and I'd only give it a C+... It's held up well but requires the bottom tray to be filled with water to catch the drippings. Clean up can be pretty messy.

When I do replace it I think I'll try the Weber.

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I use a Webber Baby Q and I like it enough that I use it at home rather than that big four burner outdoor grill. I use it not only for meat but baked potatoes, corn on the cob, k-bobs, shrimp, chicken, and some of those foil wrapped things my wife puts together. I've used the Baby Q for maybe eight years. It has a real thick/heavy cooking grate not one of those thin wire things.
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Old 02-28-2011, 08:02 PM   #8
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I've had this grill since 2004 .As said the water is messy to clean so I stopped putting it in.No problem. Starting to show some wear. The new and improved model does't use water but the base is attached making it awkward to store.
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Funny how opinions differ. We've had ours nearly 4 years and I'd only give it a C+... It's held up well but requires the bottom tray to be filled with water to catch the drippings. Clean up can be pretty messy.

When I do replace it I think I'll try the Weber.

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Weber "Q" or as I have the "Baby Q"... according to my son it cooks better and more evenly than his $1000 stainless steel grill.
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Old 02-28-2011, 08:49 PM   #11
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+1 on the Weber Baby Q or Weber 220. I have the 220, best BBQ I own, Have 3 of them.

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+1 on the Weber Baby Q or Weber 220. I have the 220, best BBQ I own, Have 3 of them.

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I'm cheap , I just buy these cheap ones from Wally World, I purchased a real nice one once and wife basically said lets just keep buying the cheap ones. Last one going on two years. Pretty much go from 25.00-44.00.

There small and compact also.
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