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18 reviews | 4.9 out of 5
Used my new Weber Q120 while RVing. It worked just as expected. Easy to put together stand and grill, I do use a 20 propane lb. tank with a 6 foot extension line. I have owned a Weber Grill for more then 25 years, they last it seems forever. I use to use the kettle type grill and 2 years ago I started us the Sprit 210 really happy with that, I use it 4 to 6 times a week. If I was the CEO of Weber I would put a 100 percent money back if not 100 percent satisfied.
In the past I've bought cheaper grills, more expensive grills and none of them last any longer.
I decided to go with this grill and have to say it's the best I've had so far.
The grill is perfect for a single person or couple and can cook for a few more, too.
The body structure is great and I don't see anything that can rust!
Would not hesitate to recommend this grill to anyone!
I have not yet used the grill for cooking but found the assembly fairly easy to accomplish. At first I was concerned about not having rollers but found the unit is not too heavy to lift. If it seems too heavy, the grill insert portion could be remove prior to transporting the unit. I did not install the flexible Weber labeled skirt at the bottom. It didn't seem essential unless user plans to leave the grill in one location and wants to mask the use of the optional larger propane tank. Position of the legs contributes to the unit being very stable. The drip pan does not seem to be a standard size aluminum pan which means user may be obligated to order/purchase these from Weber.
Gets about 570 degrees with mild temperatures outside. You can get a decent seer on steaks. The unit with the thermometer is handiy to have. Small propane tanks make it light and easy to move around.
Look no further than a Weber grill for doing some serious grilling. This is the toughest little grill I have ever owned. I now have two of them....one for our camping needs and a second larger one for family cookouts. I have never had a single problem with a Weber grill. Replacement parts are available at several retail stores and online. I have owned Weber for 7 years and have never had to replace any parts.
We've been though many a grill - big and small. None last for any amount of time. When you spend several hundred dollars, you expect to get many more years of use, but that is not always the case. With this little grill, we get portability as well as durability. Our friends have the same grill, and it has been in use for several years. We will expect to get that much from this grill. So far, our initial expectations have been met.
This is positively the best portable grill I have owned. It is enameled cast metal construction and should last longer than I do! It is relatively light weight, sturdy and has a cooking surface PLENTY big enough for my uses (2 to 4 people). I currently own three Weber grills. This is my favorite! I only have two "negative comments". The skirt is pretty pointless. Who CARES if people can see the 20 lb bottle under the grill (if you use a hose attachment.) And the little rubber feet come out of the ends of the legs too easily. Other than that, it is pretty much perfect. The stand assembles and disassembles quickly and easily. The grill can be used without the stand. It can stand on a table, a tailgate, or even the ground. With the side tables folded in, it will fit in a car trunk very easily. All in all I think it is a fantastic grill and I wish I had bought it sooner!
Be sure to season the cast iron grate before grilling to make it non-stick and easy cleaning. Just like what people do with their dutch ovens. If you do not know how, search it on you tube. So far, the grill is just great for a small family of four like mine. For high temperature issue, just open the lid a little bit by the use of a makeshift shim and you will get the desired lower temperature. Purchased this portable grill for beach hangouts and camping. The use of one pound propane is just great and cost efficient too since I refill my own using MacCoupler Propane Refill Adapter. You can find this adapter from Walmart, eBay or Amazon. Great buy!
Weber q120 for a small grill it does a great job can't be happier weber q120 is number 1
Everything was of high quality materials and easy to assemble. Electronic ignition, not just a 'snap' lighter. Built to last many years.
Only used a few times, but did good job on steaks. Pick it up (only a bit heavy) and keep in garage when not cooking. Uses the small 16.4 ounce propane cylinders which very handy. Very convenient for small amount of food. If you BBQ for large family and/or guests with any regularly, you'll want a larger grill with 20 lb. propane cylinder (which more economical). The small one suits us fine. A bit expensive for size but I expect the Weber to hold up well. Because it's new, I hedged on rating and gave it good instead of excellent for durability. Time will tell. Had a large 3-burner Weber Genesis model for 20 years and it was very durable.
This compact grill is perfect for us. It is easy to set up and take down, and it stores easily in the basement of our motorhome. The cooking surface is large enough to cook for a gathering of friends and small enough to cook for two without wasting a lot of energy.
Very easy to set up and operate. Good heat with nice even distribution. We love this grill!!!
Great grill. Perfect for a small family.