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Old 12-30-2012, 07:24 AM   #1
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Weber q 120 or Weber go any where propane

Trying to decide which of these 2 grills to get for the TT. I have used my fathers Q120 before and really liked it. I have been also looking at the Weber go any where and it seems to get great reviews. The Q120 has a little bigger cooking area which is a plus for a family of 4. Does anyone here have the Go any where grill, if so please share your opinion. Thanks and Happy New Year...
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Old 12-30-2012, 07:38 AM   #2
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Never used a "go any where" grill. However I have used a Q120 for the past 1-1/2 years and it is the best gril I have ever used. We are in our
5th wheel about 5 to 6 months a year. During that time we use the gril for about 75% of our meals. Love it.
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Old 12-30-2012, 10:11 AM   #3
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Personally, with a family of 4, I would go with the larger cooking surface. The Q120 is highly thought of, don't know anything about the "go any where" grill.
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Old 12-30-2012, 10:21 AM   #4
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I've been using the Q120 for a couple of years and for the two of us, it's perfect. It cooks very good, easy to clean and easy to store. I took the regulator off of it and adapted it with a QC so I can plug it into the trailers gas line by the outdoor kitchen.
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Old 12-31-2012, 09:27 AM   #5
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I've used both Webers extensively.

The Q120 is far superior to the Go Anywhere.
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Old 12-31-2012, 10:07 AM   #6
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Here is the GO anywhere grill: http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&key...l_21rv2vmzvi_b

I have one just for cooking burgers and dogs, etc. It is inexpensive but the Q120 has it beat every way but price.
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:24 PM   #7
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While we're on the subject of Weber grills, (or any grills for that matter), I thought I had read somewhere in the JOF that many folks reported that grills which were plugged into the quick connect were not putting out adequate heat--not that they (grills) wouldn't cook a steak, but that it took a long time to cook it. Recently I was at Camping World and was looking at grills--Weber Q series, Coleman, CuisinArt and I actually talked myself out of buying one because of what I read from you folks. Also, what setup/configuration will I need to utilize the quick connect, keeping in mind I have a 13' awning that I DO NOT want to cook under? All help is appreciated, as usual. Happy Camping!!
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:42 PM   #8
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I gave my DH the Weber Q120 for Father's Day and he loved it. It fits in the storage compartment in the TT perfectly and he loves the fold out shelves on either side of the grill for more working space. Also bought the cover for it so it keeps everything clean.
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I have the Weber Q100 which has been awesome for my family of 4. Some say it would be on the small side for a family of my size but it is extremely portable and easy to stow away. I also utilize the quick disconnect so I don't have to carry around the little propane cylinders. I took the regulator off the grill and put a quick disconnect on the grill. I have a 15 foot hose with 1/4" male quick disconnect fittings on each end. This allows me to quickly connect to the grill and the trailer with ease. I have no issues with BTU's using this method. I used the website below to get all the accessories I needed for this setup. Hope this helps.

http://www.flameengineering.com/Parts_Accessories.html
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I have the Weber Q100 which has been awesome for my family of 4. Some say it would be on the small side for a family of my size but it is extremely portable and easy to stow away. I also utilize the quick disconnect so I don't have to carry around the little propane cylinders. I took the regulator off the grill and put a quick disconnect on the grill. I have a 15 foot hose with 1/4" male quick disconnect fittings on each end. This allows me to quickly connect to the grill and the trailer with ease. I have no issues with BTU's using this method. I used the website below to get all the accessories I needed for this setup. Hope this helps.


http://www.flameengineering.com/Parts_Accessories.html
Thank you kindly!! Happy Camping!!
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