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Sjm9911

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Posted: 10/13/20 05:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Coleman roadtrip is good also. Bulky but gets hot fast and puts a nice sear on a steak. Bonus, you can swap out the grill top for a stove top or griddle. So versatile.


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Weber Q2200 works great for me.

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Weber Q200. I think its about 15 years old now. Use it home and camping!


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Posted: 10/13/20 06:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Sjm9911 wrote:

Coleman roadtrip is good also. Bulky but gets hot fast and puts a nice sear on a steak. Bonus, you can swap out the grill top for a stove top or griddle. So versatile.


Might I ask.....which Coleman do you have? Besides "Roadtrip". Does it have a number?

To everyone else, have been drooling a little over the Weber Q2200!!


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Had a Webber Q now for 2 years, really like it so far. Removed the regulator (very simple) so that I could attach it to the propane connection on my fiver.


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This is what i have. https://www.lowes.com/pd/Coleman-Roadtrip-X-Cursion-Blue-20000-BTU-285-sq-in-Portable-Gas-Grill/1000229717
I had an old webber before the small one. That was good. I also am a big fan of the blackstones. I take both with me, we cook a lot. And check on black friday, lowes had them on sale. Unless you need it now.

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I have a version of the the Masterbuilt noted above called a Vector Smoke Hollow. Exact same unit, different name. It is a very good smoker and will do ribs and other long smoked products as good as any smoker. That unit is also very adjustable as far as heat goes. Has a separate smoker tray. Not really good for burgers or steaks...in my opinion. I also have a Weber Q1000 that is the regular staple cause it makes real good hamburgers, reasonable chicken. I have a griddle for mine and I do a ton of outdoor cooking with it. It is a little more versatile because of the griddle. The Weber is also a real well built unit. I travel with both of them.


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I’ve had a Weber Baby Q for 13-14 years now, and it had been awesome, and is all original parts. It is well worth the money.

The only other grill I’d consider for the camper would be a Big Green Egg Mini Max so I could smoke BBQ while camping. But they are heavy, and really expensive.


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Have a Baby Q for 12 years now, love it. Also have one for the house, does what I want it to.

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Weber Q, full size. works great. Good thing about Weber is parts are available (as if you will ever need them). Easy to bypass regulator to use with fiver LP.

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