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Old 04-16-2012, 09:07 PM   #15
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I got the same one at Costco in the US and they are now also sold at our local Lowes this year. I got a quick disconect with a 15 foot hose from Lowes. Love it and it is really compact.
Is the quick disconnect to your rv tank?
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Old 04-16-2012, 09:14 PM   #16
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Is the quick disconnect to your rv tank?
Yes. I added a T right after the regulator. I can post a pick tomorrow.
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Old 04-16-2012, 09:31 PM   #17
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What I like about the Weber is nice even cooking anywhere on the grill. No hot spots.
Size isn't an issue for us. I also bought the stand after e BBQ purchase. Found it to be a better set up especially if staying for several days.
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Old 04-16-2012, 09:39 PM   #18
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Talking nice grille

Hi.... we bought the Cuisinart small propane grill at CW, after reading many posts here. Our friends, with 34' Coachman bought the larger S.S. Cuisinart grill and luv it. We liked it too, but a little big for our future full time storage....takes up almost 1 full compartment garage.....so we bought the smaller RED TOP-LID CUISINART propane bottle grill and it works GREAT!! PERFECT for 2-4 people, say 2 adults, 2 kids.....good reviews convinced me to buy....actually cooking on it is great!
One tip I learned on a review, start and heat up on high for searing....cook on 'medium' as this little grill can be good & hot!! That's a good thing! :-) :-)
Also....little smaller than the Q grill and the burner element has holes that are covered, so has some protection frommeat, burger, juicy drippings. As a former prof cook, I know how bad a bottom burner can get in a short time. That,s why I prefer a protected burner element over open exposed burner-gas holes.
This is a great little bottle propane grill!! Don't let the size fool you....
Enjoy.....'Make it a good day...' geno & heidi
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Old 04-16-2012, 10:04 PM   #19
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Old 04-16-2012, 10:09 PM   #20
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Weber Baby Q

There are lots of great grills out there now but I chose a Weber Baby Q because of the cast iron grill, not a cheap wire grid like some and not a ceramic coated stamped steel plate that's going to chip & rust out like some of the others. It's a PITA to clean, but so are most grills. Or maybe I'm just a little bit OCD about keeping it clean? I got the rolling cart and a bag that holds everything but the 10GL bottle I use.

Every other grill we've had over the years has had a problem with blowing out in anything more than a slight wind. This one seems to not have a problem in quite a bit of wind.
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I've used the Weber Baby Q for years. I stopped using the big outdoor four burner BBQ at home and use the Baby Q. The baby Q works great for the two of us and occasional company.
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Ditto on the Weber 100 or 200 series stove. Made to match vinyl cover is less than $10.
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You might look at the portable "Uniflame" at Walmart. I've had Colemans and Webers and wasn't too impressed, but I've been very happy with this grill.

It costs $20.

It takes near gale-force winds to blow it out. That wasn't my experience with my previous grills.

It is somewhat flimsy as it is made of mostly stamped steel with the grate made of thin-ish wire.

It takes a while to assemble, but the only tools needed are a Phillips screw driver and maybe an adjustable wrench

It does not have even heat. Either by design or flaw, it has a hot side and a VERY hot side. I like that.

At 20 bucks, I figure I can replace it every year or two for the next ten years and still not spend as much as I did on the last two grills.

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http://www.auspitbbq.com/accessories.html say guys check this out ... For your grilling needs I haven't read this in a while and I honestly forgot how much this might cost ...
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I just ordered a new burner and gas valve/regulator for our Q200. Darned thing has never made much fire, and currently makes none at all unless i fill it with charcoal. It does make a heck of a charcoal grille!

we also have a coalman roadmate. It's a heck of an outside stove, but it is not a grille. The fire is too close to the work, it burns things up dead. Put a couple pans on it and use it as a stove, works great.

I've recently seen cusinart has come out with a scissors leg portable grille. Anyone got one? How do they work?
Wife thinks i'm nutso.... But to me, cooking outside is camping. I need to be properly equipped.
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Weber Q-120 Portable Grill - Portable Grill Review

I bought one for the coach, like it so much I bought the stand and use it at the house. Better than the big grill I used to have......



I love the Weber Q-120!
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Is the quick disconnect to your rv tank?
Here is the quick disconect.


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Love my Q200 but it wouldn't get very hot this season . . . googled and found suggestions about turning on the gas supply several minutes BEFORE trying to light the grill to allow the extension hose to fully pressurize. No help . . . tried the small propane bottle direct (no hose), still didn't work.

Called the Weber help line and they were excellent! Turns out the regulator had gone bad and they sent me a new one, no charge. Easy replacement, works great again!!!

A real pleasure doing business with a company that stands behind their product!
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