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Bryanpark2

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Posted: 04/13/13 02:11pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have seen just a few comments on the use of grills while camping. I currently use a smokey joe, but with the wind at the beach it is a pain sometimes to start. Thinking of going to a gas grill but I don't know much about them. Any suggestions. Something more or less compact, not a full size one.

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Posted: 04/13/13 02:12pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Weber Q120 is the gold standard IMHO...


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You can't go wrong with any of the WEBER Q GRILLS


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Posted: 04/13/13 02:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

sch911 wrote:

Weber Q120 is the gold standard IMHO...


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Posted: 04/13/13 02:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bryanpark2 wrote:

I currently use a smokey joe, but with the wind at the beach it is a pain sometimes to start.


This will solve your problem


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Thanks for the Weber Q120 suggestion. After a quick review there are nothing but positive comments that I see.

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I Think if I recall right that the 120 uses the smaller propane cyclinder, designed for tools. it's a little harder to fine than the bigger one that's why I opted for the 220. A little bigger and more expensive.


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We have 2 gas grills for camping. A Coleman Roadtrip, plus a small kettle type for when it's just the 2 of us. While in Fl. this winter we purchased a small kettle type charcaol grill. Steaks taste so much better cooked on a charcoal grill. It can be a problem as you stated when the wind is high. I had good luck by using the match light with a paper towel rolled up to get it started. Made a very hot cooker.

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rbtglove wrote:

I Think if I recall right that the 120 uses the smaller propane cyclinder, designed for tools. it's a little harder to fine than the bigger one that's why I opted for the 220. A little bigger and more expensive.


can do either. I use the regular bottles on mine. Had to remove the small bottle bracket is all. The 200 is nice but too big for my needs.

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I have been looking at the q120 vs the q 220. DW is concerned the q120 might not be large enough. We want to make sure the surface is large enough to have a couple of neighbors over, but I don't need overkill or the extra storage space if it is not necessary.

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