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Weber 566001 Q 220 Portable Propane Gas Barbecue, Silver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • The Weber Q220 gas grill has an electronic ignition for easy use and has 280-square-inches of cooking area
  • The grill comes with an infinitely adjustable burner valve with a high-quality regulator
  • The Weber Q220 has a glass-reinforced nylon frame, a cast aluminum lid and removable catch pan
  • Comes with removable polyethylene side tables for condiments and seasonings
  • Measures 32 by 18 by 16-1/2 inches; 5-year limited warranty
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  • Shipping Weight: 45 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000CDKHGM
  • Item model number: 566001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160,291 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Product Description

Burgers. Hot dogs. Ribs. Chicken. A Weber Q 200 series grill can do it all with one propane cylinder tied behind its back. Load it up. It can take what you dish out. 280 square inches of total cooking surface.

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As the daylight lingers longer each day, the more carnivorous folk start salivating in anticipation. Barbecue season approaches, liberating meat lovers from the less-flavorful pan-fried steak or bland poached chicken breasts. Likewise, the vegetarians in the family rejoice in the prospect of grilled summer squash or roasted beets and corn, rather than settling for another head of iceberg lettuce and canned beans. For juicy burgers and veggie kabobs at home or at the lake, industry leader Weber offers their portable Q 220 gas barbecue. This update of the popular Q 200 grill provides extra lid clearance for game hens and roasts while maintaining all the original's conveniences. The liquid propane grill employs a 12,000 BTU burner to heat its 280-square inch cooking area.

Weber crafted the grill's lid and body in tough cast aluminum, framed by a heat- and moisture- resistant nylon frame with glass reinforcement. The grill ignites at the push of a button. A control knob adjusts the output of the stainless-steel burner. Users monitor the heat on a built-in thermometer in the lid until the grill reaches the desired cooking temperature. Meat sizzles on the porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates. Drippings follow the drip ducts to reduce potential flare-ups and enable quicker cleaning. Two polyethylene side tables attach to the grill for extra preparation space. For travel, users tote the grill by a heat-resistant handle. The grill affixes to a 14.8-ounce disposable propane tank. Propane is not included with the grill. Weber does however enclose a Weber Q cookbook of recipes and inspiration. This grill requires some assembly upon arrival. Weber offers a limited five-year warranty for this item. The grill measures 32 by 18 by 16-1/2 inches with a shipping weight of 45 pounds. --Jessica Reuling


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Heats up fast, no flare-ups, and cooks evenly.
Paul S.
The great advantage is that I can take it on the road, camping and tailgating.
MC
The grill is very well made, high quality you would expect from Weber.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Peter Pisciotta on February 16, 2007
Color Name: Silver/Black Verified Purchase
I concur with other reviewer's assessment - this is a great little grill. I bought it as a temporary hold-over until the backyard remodel with outdoor kitchen is complete. I was initially concerned about the relatively low Btu output, but I must say it sears steaks very well. Definitely exceeds my expectations.

I also bought the cart stand, cover, and Weber's cast iron griddle. I use the griddle to do oven-roasted potatoes, and the cart is very nice. NOTE: The cart comes with a propane tank hose, no need to order separately.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Bakerview on August 13, 2006
Color Name: Silver/Black
After owning (through the years) both the larger and smaller Weber gas grills and all the charcoal kettles from the SmokeyJoe to the 22" .....THIS is close to perfection for our needs.

The temperature range from the lowest setting to the highest is 375 degrees to 550 degrees, which means you won't be doing all day briskets and pork butts that require much lower temperatures, but it does a great job on fast broiling and roasting, which is mostly our type of cooking. I'll use a charcoal kettle for the other stuff.

The igniter starts with the first push of the button, the heat control is smooth and variable in a constant manner, the grill space is ample, it cleans easily and the folding side tables are convenient and easy to clean. This machine is well psyched out to efficiently get the job done.

At 12,000 BTU's it is fuel thrifty compared to the requirements of other (high quality)BBQ's lighting up that much grill space. My last gas grill was a Kenmore three burner (made by Weber) and it was a propane hog, by comparison. The Q is also parts "thrifty" ......no flavorizer bars to burn through and replace or variety of steel parts to rust out. This is a cast aluminum product with a stainless burner .....easy to clean and even heating with little/no flare-up.

While I don't generally take a BBQ to another location, at least now it is an option ....this thing lifts off it's base, and at 32# is a piece of cake to throw in the car and go. The propane canisters to fit are $3.50-4.00 each ...so you don't have to lug a big 5 gallon bottle around. I used it twice TODAY (August13, 2006).

Totally recommended if you are looking for a high performance gas grill that doesn't take up much space on your deck, is portable,affordably priced and looks good, too.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By WalnutCrunch on August 11, 2006
Color Name: Silver/Black
Like many people looking at the Q220, I was deciding between this grill and the slightly less expensive Coleman Roadtrip.

The advantages of the Roadtrip are:

- Comes with attached portable stand

- Has 2 grates instead of 1 big one, which means they can fit in a kitchen sink if you want to wash them

- Has 2 burners (HOWEVER, you cannot cook with indirect heat because the lid cannot be closed while cooking!?)

In the end, I chose the Q220 because:

- It is better built and better looking, and has better accessories (just my opinion)

- It can cook with the lid closed (1 burner though, thus no indirect cooking)

- It has a better cooking grate that is mostly open and really does prevent flare-ups (Coleman's grate has large solid areas covering the burners)

If you're wondering how long the 14oz container of propane lasts, it lasted me about 2.5 hours at varying heat levels, mostly at medium for cooking and sometimes high for preheating and searing.

The Q220 starts up at the first push of the clicker. The grilling area is like a small full-sized grill. It fits 50 chicken wingettes or 12 large patties with room to spare. It cooks quite evenly for a small grill. It puts great grill marks on all the food. Food doesn't stick if you put oil on it before putting it on the grill.

Clean up was OK. Use a brass or stainless steel brush for the grate and then just wipe the stuff stuck to the bottom with a towel. The drip pan catches all the crusty bits as you clean.

I also bought the portable cart. It works well except that it's a bit wobbly. Get the stationary cart if you're going to be using in the backyard. It even comes with the $20 adaptor hose for the 20 lb cans.

Highly recommended!
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By flyguide on July 1, 2006
Color Name: Silver/Black
Strengths: Ease of use, assembly and instructions were user friendly. Customer service gets the Kudo's award!! Cooked meal in record time.

Weaknesses: Can only use one size propane tank, 14.1 oz, should include bracket for the 16.4oz tank.

Summary: I am proud to say that I am a first time BBQer. I used Charcoal before and it took so long to get it going and I do not have control with the heat, therefore food always burned!! Laugh if you want, I am an engineer. So with about 30 hours of research, including going to every store; lowes, Sports Authority, Costco, Walmart, Target ect. I found the perfect Gas BBQ in the Weber Q 220. I wanted the unit for camping with my family of 4, yet for home use too. I first used it today and it worked perfect. I cooked 2 T-bone steaks and 4 all beef hotdogs. The dogs were done in 2 minutes and the steaks in 7 minutes. The new feature of thermo in the hood was a great idea, I was able to keep the flame down very low. Also I got this because of the stand. It seems durable enough and is at the perfect height. I showed this Grill to my Dad and he wish he wouldnt have spend the $400 on his home grill.

I am new at this and the weber Q 220 is making me a pro at cooking on the grill, and you will find that at 100ft above sea level you will only need the very lowest setting on the flame to cook a 1 inch T-Bone.

Bottom line: unit is small enough to be portable, comes with a stand as option, conserves propane and very user friendly. About the customer support? When I got the unit I called about prep for the grill, because online they say spray pam. Weber said just get a brush and use olive oil or canola ect and that pam tends to gum the grill.
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