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Weber® Q® 1000

1 Review
1 Stainless steel burner(s)
8,500 BTU-per-hour input
189 sq in Total cooking area
23.5 (H)x27 (W)x20.5 (L)" Grill Dimensions with lid open

Grill Overview

 
  • Porcelain-Enameled, Cast-Iron Cooking Grates
  • Push Button Ignition
  • Convenient Fuel Source
  • Removable Catch Pan
  • Porcelain-Enameled, Cast-Iron Cooking Grates
  • Push Button Ignition
  • Convenient Fuel Source
  • Removable Catch Pan
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Porcelain-Enameled, Cast-Iron Cooking Grates

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Push Button Ignition

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Convenient Fuel Source

1 Review

Average Rating

Rating: 5 stars

Durability
 

Average Rating 5

Cooking Performance
 

Average Rating 5

Value
 

Average Rating 5

Overall Quality
 

Average Rating 5

Rating: 5 stars

Apr 5, 2014

John R

She's going to be so mad that I cheated on her...

Yes I must confess, I ONLY use charcoal, own a 22.5 One Touch, one of the little smokey joes, and then the WSM. With that said, heres my story. It started out with me and the wife needing some cases of water and to pick up a few other groceries. I told her I was going to go pick up some charcoal, Wal-Mart has a 2 bags for $7 sale going on. I noticed the Q3200 that they had set up, very nice construction, unique design, BUT it was propane. I kept coming back to it, the design kept drawing me in. After about the third pass, I knew I wanted it, and I didn't care that it was propane. I noticed on the TOP shelf Wal-Mart had some Q100's, no stand, no thermometer, just a basic propane grill. I got on Google and got the specs and kind of compared to the cooking surface to the 320 and figured it would be about half on the Q100. I got the price from Wal-Mart, $149. I thought that was kind of high, but being the impulse buyer that I am, I put it in my cart and headed to the register. We rung our water up, and then the grill. It rung up as $109.99, figured it was marked down and headed to the house. Assembly was nothing; install the handle to the lid, then the lid to the body. Not being used to propane, the wife cooked some burgers, they were great. Not the same flavor as charcoal, but they were still great! I did some simple sirloins for the kids, med rare, 4 min per side, tasted effin' fantastic.

So to end my review, the build is top notch, the heat is uniform, the design is great. This is one hell of a little propane grill. I will buy another Q in the future and will recommend it anytime the topic of propane grills come up.

Would you recommend this product? YES

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How Often

Once a week

Type of Griller

Intermediate

How Long Owned

New

Durability 5
Value 5
Performance 5
Quality 5

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