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Herdingdog

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Posted: 05/28/13 02:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Toss up between the Weber Q- $179 and the Master Forge Stainless steel grill - $79
both at Lowes

I don't mind paying for quality - but they both looked pretty nice - any experience welcome before I spent my pennies


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It's hard to imagine a $79 grill being the same quality as a $179 grill. Whenever I go cheap I'm disappointed.

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Posted: 05/28/13 02:22pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

love the weber q 210. gets nice and hot to sear the steaks. had a coleman before and it doesnt compare.


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I have a Weber and can't imagine getting anything else.


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Posted: 05/28/13 02:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have a Weber Q100 and a Coleman Road Trip. I only use the CRT for a larger group. Love the Weber esp. the cast Iron grill. I have a short hose that allows the use ofe a larger bottle and may use a 1# bottle if want or need arises.

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Bought a copy of that mastercraft. took it back less than a month later. Would not stay lit, terrible heat balance. All in all it was junk. Got a Q100 off Ebay for a hundred thirty dollars new. Well see how good it is this summer.


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Just picked up a Weber 120 last week and used it over Memorial weekend while out at the campground. Good little grill, heat coverage and temperature control worked well.

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Posted: 05/28/13 02:47pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We like the Weber Q120


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Love our Weber. never leave home with out it.


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There are other portable Webers to consider if you want charcoal. There is the Smokey Joe 14 1/2 inch, Jumbo Joe 18 1/2 inch and the Go Anywhere is available in either gas or propane. I use both propane and charcoal depending on mood/what I'm doing.

Bottom line get the a Weber. The grills are top notch and Webers customer servce is without rival.

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