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Old 10-20-2012, 01:58 PM   #31
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Got to looking around at other various Camp Chef products and came across this one. It actually has 384 sq inches of grilling space and still has an open burner. Heck, I could boil low country boil on one burner, and grill or griddle on the other 2. http://www.amazon.com/Camp-Chef-SPG-...ig+gas+grill+3
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Old 10-20-2012, 06:59 PM   #32
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Got to looking around at other various Camp Chef products and came across this one. It actually has 384 sq inches of grilling space and still has an open burner. Heck, I could boil low country boil on one burner, and grill or griddle on the other 2. http://www.amazon.com/Camp-Chef-SPG-...ig+gas+grill+3
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I fired up the Q200 for the first time yesterday. Running on a small bottle and intentionally set in a stiff southern wind. It heated up great, gave a nice sear to my 3/4" thick center cut pork chops and cooked them is just a little longer than the big Weber Genesis on my back porch. I can't imagine the wind had much effect on cooking. I am used to cooking with the lid closed, which is pretty much standard on Weber's.

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Old 10-23-2012, 04:54 AM   #34
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Weber is better than Camp Chef grill. it proved to be very beneficial during RVing. It makes cooking easy and fast .
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Old 10-23-2012, 07:07 AM   #35
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We have the Webber Q100 and love it.
Cooks great, plenty of cooking surface for the 2 of us and small enough to store easily for travel.
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Old 10-23-2012, 10:00 AM   #36
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Weber Q100, glad i didn't go bigger. So light it comes out of our hatch and right back in after eating.
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Old 10-23-2012, 06:46 PM   #37
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One reason I am leaning towards the Camp Chef is that on occasion, I feed a small army. My TT sleeps twelve and when I bring my 15 yr old, one of her friends, and two of my other daughters and there husbands, and then 2 grandkids as well as me and the wife.....well I need alot of cooking space!
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After much research, I bought the weber q and have never regretted the decision. The grill is extraordinary and the clean ability is unequaled. At home I use a big green egg, so I am serious about my grilling. The weber, with the cast iron gate, is built like a tank and cooks so very well. Go with the Q!
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One reason I am leaning towards the Camp Chef is that on occasion, I feed a small army. My TT sleeps twelve and when I bring my 15 yr old, one of her friends, and two of my other daughters and there husbands, and then 2 grandkids as well as me and the wife.....well I need alot of cooking space!
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