It's hard to believe that a grill just 14 inches tall could offer 189 square inches of cooking space, but it's true. Weber's super-portable Baby Q gas grill features 8,500-BTUs for quickly barbecuing burgers, steaks, poultry and seafood. A push-button ignition means easy, reliable lighting on the road or at that remote campsite. The grill is equipped with an infinitely adjustable burner valve and high-quality regulator. A sturdy, reinforced nylon grill frame offers optimal stability for those larger cookouts. A cast aluminum lid and body stand up to the occasional drop off the tailgate, yet are light weight enough for easy transfer from trunk to picnic table. The grill also features a large, heat-resistant lid handle and a porcelain-enameled cast iron cooking grate. The Baby Q is fueled by a standard 14.1 ounce propane cylinder (sold separately). --Brian Olson
The super-portable model in the Q line, the all new Baby Q, is modest on the outside but packs a powerful grilling wallop underneath that cute exterior. Proof that good things do come in small packages, the Weber Baby Q gas grill has push-button ingition for easy, reliable lighting, an infinitely adjustable burner valve with a high-quality regulator, sturdy glass-reinforced nylon grill frame, cast aluminum lid and body, a large heat-resistant lid handle, a porcelain-enamled cast iron cooking grate, and operates on a standard 14.1 ounce propane cylinder (sold separately).