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Old 02-28-2013, 08:45 AM   #1
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Outdoor grill

Looking at propane grills I can store easily (lightweight and small) and cook for 4 or more on. Anyone in love (or hate) with theirs and want to share information on it? Don't want charcoal or electric.
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Old 02-28-2013, 08:49 AM   #2
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Old 02-28-2013, 08:54 AM   #3
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Yep. Weber Q100. You can get smaller cheap stuff but they rust out quickly. (Done that)
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How long do those propane bottles last, I guess at least 5 hours total time?
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How long do those propane bottles last, I guess at least 5 hours total time?
I have a 7 lb tank and hose. Saves $. 1 bottle for backup.
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Old 02-28-2013, 09:13 AM   #6
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I am going to get a Weber.Been buying those cheap ones and they do not last very long.A friend of mine has one,and I was really impressed with it appears to be well built.

As for Bottles I do what CampDaven does.
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Old 02-28-2013, 09:25 AM   #7
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Weber Q100 is the one. Like it better than my home grill. Support from Weber is excellent with replacement parts. With the extra money.
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I have a Coleman Roadtrip, got it at Menards $99 and its great. JR
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Old 02-28-2013, 10:41 AM   #9
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The Weber Q is a great bar b cue. We have had ours for about 6 years now and no problems at all. Ours was called the Baby Q, but now its the 100 series.
Fits easily into one of our storage compartments and I have it sittin on top of one of those Rubber maid container covers. Nothing gets on the compartment floor. They also have the replacement grease foil containers which is a big plus too.
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We have the Weber 100 and it is the best built grill we have ever had. All metal except for the temperature control knob.

We added a Stay a While Tee between our on board propane tank and regulator that two outlets.
One is for a grill and the other lets you connect an external tank that you can have filled without having to move the coach.

The Stay a While is made by Mr Heater. There is another one made by Marshal Brass - the Extend A Stay - that is very popular.
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The Weber Q series is hard to beat and well made and reliable. The only downside I find is the cart ($45) which is a confusing bit of engineering to set up and take down. Maybe it's just me but both the grill and cart/stand are quality built items.
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We just upgraded to a Weber Q. Mr. M is much happier with it.

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We have the O-Grill. Lightweight, compact, and came with a zippered storage bag. Cleans and stores easily.
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I have the Weber Q100 and love it. Although it may not be the lightest it's still easy to carry, clean and is of great quality. I would recommend it.
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