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Old 09-09-2014, 03:02 PM   #15
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I also have the Char Broil Grill 2 Go. It is great. Brought mine from Amazon for $109.
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Old 09-09-2014, 06:06 PM   #17
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I'm planning to buy the attached Char Broil. Camping World should have them.
Nice looking grill, looked it up on line and thought it indicates that both base and lid are cast aluminum instead of sheet metal. That's the first one I've seen that would make more sense than the Q-100 as it is also inferred cooking .
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I'm planning to buy the attached Char Broil. Camping World should have them.
Bought one last week from Lowe's store. It was the last one/floor display unit. Marked down to $69. Now is a great time to buy summer stuff.
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Went through several Qs and they were all horrible. Bought a Weber Baby Q about 10 years ago and it is great. It is the only portable gas model I would own. The heat is even and consistent, it is easy to clean and does a great job.

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Old 09-11-2014, 10:29 AM   #20
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small table top propane grill

A little more than a year ago, after reading about this topic here, I bought a Q220. I've used it a lot and like it better than the big grill at home.

I did have a problem with it not lighting so I called Webber and even though it was out of warranty they sent me a new regulator no questions asked and even overnighted it! That's what I call service with a smile (my smile)! The grill is working great again. I would highly recommend it!
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I want to thank everyone for there replay , I bought the 1000 model
used it last night the only problem I found was screwing the propane
can on it is very close to the handle assembly any one had that
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Old 09-20-2014, 01:16 PM   #22
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I want to thank everyone for there replay , I bought the 1000 model
used it last night the only problem I found was screwing the propane
can on it is very close to the handle assembly any one had that
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I use a regular five gallon propane tank. That and the Q are strapped to a pullout. Easy peazy!Click image for larger version

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I use a regular five gallon propane tank. That and the Q are strapped to a pullout. Easy peazy!
Nice setup! Makes me wish I had the available bin space to install a slide out and do that. We current use the collapsible stand or use a table top. Even though I carry several of the small bottles for the Coleman lantern, I've never used one of the small bottles on the Q. I do carry a five gallon tank, as an emergency spare, but use the on board tank on a long hose.
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Nice setup! Makes me wish I had the available bin space to install a slide out and do that. We current use the collapsible stand or use a table top. Even though I carry several of the small bottles for the Coleman lantern, I've never used one of the small bottles on the Q. I do carry a five gallon tank, as an emergency spare, but use the on board tank on a long hose.
I'd like to hook up to the MoHo's 45 gal propane tank but last time I checked, Camping World said it's illegal in Oregon and won't sell the parts. :-(
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We have the Weber Baby Q and have used it for many years without problems. We run it off a separate large propane tank with the hose. Would highly recommend it.
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Weber with a 5 gal. tank and hose. Tank-$45, hose-$20. Great combination with no problems. I keep a 1 gal. cylinder with us in case the 5 runs out during cooking.
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I posed the same question earlier this year... As mentioned many times before, the Weber Q is the way to go... I have the new 2200 (has the temp gauge) with the extension hose ($20) and cover ($11). Great even heat, easily cleans up and stores, disposable grease tray inserts available at Home Depot (under $10 for abag of them). I purchased mine on Ebay for $199 new not refurbished, no sales tax, and free shipping in May. Everything Else I bought at my local Home Depot.
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We have the Baby Q and it does a good job. Last motorhome we bought the previous owners left a Holland Companion in one of the bins. Said they hardly ever used it and we could have it. It has to be one of the best grills I've ever used. New ones are somewhat pricey at around $319 or so but I'm telling you, it is worth it. All ss and no direct flame on whatever you are grilling. You have to really work at it if you want to burn the meat. I can never keep from doing some odd job while I grill so most times the meat burned. Not with this- I can leave it for 10-20 minutes and no burns and meat stays very juicy. JMHO.
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