The Bottom Line
- Durable construction
- Strong grilling abilities for a portable
- High quality stainless steel burner
- Expensive for the size
- Heavy for the size
- 189 square inch porcelain coated cast iron cooking grate
- 8,500 BTU tubular stainless steel burner
- Push button piezoelectric ignition
- Wide temperature control valve
- Porcelain coated cast iron cooking grate
- Cast Aluminum lid and body
- Weighs about 31 pounds
- Uses 14.1 or 16.4 ounce disposable propane bottles
- Made in the United States by the Weber-Stephen Products Company
Guide Review - Weber Q 100
Great attention to detail has been paid on this grill. In fact Weber spent 5 years developing this line of portable grills. All in all if you are willing to pay the nearly $160 price tag for this portable you're going to get a really good grill and at the rate they are selling, I think this is going to be a product that will be around for a while.
Because of the construction this is a heavy little grill. While not suited for being carried long distances this is a perfect grill for trips to the beach or park. It is also a great grill for apartment dwellers who want a real gas grill but just don't have the space for one.
The only difference between the Q 100 and the Q 120 are the foldout side tables. Since you are probably putting this on a table to begin with, the side tables are really not of value. I recommend saving yourself $30USD and buying this model instead.