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Old 06-21-2021, 06:07 AM   #1
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Hello, I am trying to decide which Weber grill to buy between the Q1000 or Q2000 series. Is the extra heat and grill size of the 2000 series worth the additional 10 lbs and storage space? Just the two of us 95 percent of the time. Anyone wishes they would have chosen the other later on?
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Q1000 works great for us (2). Only 1 or 2 times in last 2 years had a need for larger grill.
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Old 06-21-2021, 06:24 AM   #3
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Q1000 was enough for us. Grill space to cook for four people. Great for steaks, but does not cook well for slow low temperature cooking such as ribs.
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Q1000 was enough for us. Grill space to cook for four people. Great for steaks, but does not cook well for slow low temperature cooking such as ribs.
I cook ribs on mine and they are very good.
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I chose the Q1000 as I didn’t like the side tables folding up over the grill surface. Never wished for the larger grill.
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Old 06-21-2021, 03:47 PM   #6
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Q1000 is plenty for 4 people. Will last a long time.
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My Q1000 is five years old, still going strong, and plenty big enough for us. It will grill 6 decent sized burgers at a time.
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I got the Q1200 with the thermometer in the lid. The side flaps are nice, you just have to let it cool down. I leave the lid open and when I can touch the grill grate it's cool enough.
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Old 06-21-2021, 05:18 PM   #9
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Another vote for the Q1000, I've found it adequate for 4 or 5. Besides it's a perfect fit in one of our c-class basement storage compartments.

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Well I guess it is unanimous Q1000, it is an awesome little guy.
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Sorry but the Q2000 for us. Love the extra heat.
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x? on the Weber grill, however, I bought the electric version - Q 1400.
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We have the 1200. It’s normally just the 2 of us, but we have had my son with his family (7) at the campground and had no problem cooking burgers and wieners for 4 adults and 5 kids 7 & under.
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I chose the Q1000 as I didnít like the side tables folding up over the grill surface. Never wished for the larger grill.
When folded the tables don't touch the grill. They stay clean on ours.
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