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Weber Baby Q (Q 100) Portable Gas Grill (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • The Weber Q100 portable propane gas grill has a 189-square-inch cooking area
  • Made of cast-aluminum lid and body with glass-reinforced nylon frame
  • It includes 8,500-BTU stainless-steel burner, push-button ignition, and adjustable burner valve
  • This grill comes with porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates, a drip pan, and a weather-resistant handle
  • Measures 16 by 27 by 23-1/2 inches with lid open; 5-year limited warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 28.1 x 15.7 x 15.4 inches ; 35 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 35 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000E6GHI
  • Item model number: 386001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (240 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,538 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

Product Description

Product Description

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).


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

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Lights easily, heats up quickly, cooks evenly, great grill marks.
Joe Hungler
The grill itself is well constructed and made of very solid, sturdy parts.
Fits great on our small balcony and is very portable and easy to clean.
D. D. Childress

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Summary: Easy to assemble, easy to start, great grill marks, easy to clean, size is medium (4 steaks or 12 thighs) seems small till you open the lid.

Assembly: Simple: Attach lid w/2 pins, screw handle on lid, slide cap on regulator, then slide in grease pan.

Tip: I really urge you to buy a hose adapter and hook up to a larger tank, but if you have to use smaller tanks it uses the long 14oz tanks sold in the hardware department, or remove the outside screw to the tank holder ring and bend it out so you can use the regular 16.4 oz tanks from the camping department.

StartUp: I am still amazed, turn regulator knob to start and push the ignitor and it lights up!

Break in: None..but the grill is NOT nonstick, Just wash the grill before the first use. (It is coated to prevent rust, not to be non-stick), so use oil on the food. Heat up the grill first for 10 or 15 minutes to get hot and oil grate to prevent sticking. I talked at length with Weber about the cooking grate and you do not season this grate!

Cooking: Anything you want to cook fast, GO HIGH...burgers, steaks, shrimp...great grill marks. (I just couldn't make a good steak on a portable gas grill until now). Great taste! Anything else, GO LOW...dogs, brats, potato wedges, corn on the cob. Always cook chicken on low or skins will burn and stick. You can also just mix the oil in with a marinade.

Flare up: Almost none. I intentionally cooked very fatty thighs and got very little flare up, but did get lots of splatter making the chicken turn dark, but it cooked off. Just trim a little...

Clean up: Just scrape, burn, and scrape grate again with brass bristles. If that doesn't work don't be scared to just wash it.
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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By T. Griffin on February 6, 2006
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First of all, gotta give Amazon their just credit- ordered on Feb 2nd, and received grill on the 6th using Super Saver shipping. Can't beat that.

I'm a former professional chef and I wanted a grill that would work well, but didn't need a larger(and much more expensive) gas grill. I have a commercial smoker, a deep fryer, and a 4 burner cooktop that I use more often than I grill, so a big monster of a grill would just take up space and use more gas for the 10-12 times a year I would use it. The portable grills I had tried in the past were all cheaply made and suffered from poor design which led to flare ups and burning. I was hesitant to go with the Weber, but took the chance based on user reviews I saw here and elsewhere. I'm glad I did.

I opened the box to find a very nicely constructed grill made out of quality materials. Assembly took all of 3 minutes(just attach handle with 2 screws and lid with two cotter pins, then drop grill into place). Heavy cast iron grill for good grill marks over well designed burner system. Very nice so far. I attached grill to 20# tank using adapter I also ordered which lets me supply the Weber from the same tanks I use for the other cooking equipment. Adapter dosen't require removal of anything from grill so you maintain total portability if you need it.

Grill fired on first push of starter button, and after about 5 minutes of pre heating I threw on a couple of burgers. Cooking went well with minimal flaring, and the cast iron grill gave great marks just like in the pretty pictures you see in magazines. It has only seen the one test cook, but this grill is well worth the money IMO, and I believe it has a great future on my deck. The size is ample for 4-5 ribeyes or 2 large T-bones or maybe 8+ burgers.
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100 of 106 people found the following review helpful By TenneFee on May 12, 2004
If small spur of the moment gatherings are your thing then this is the perfect grill for you.
Here's why:
1) Its small size makes it a very portable grill thus allowing you and your peeps to escape to the beach or hang out in the alley behind your flat to enjoy some "flame kissed" cow product.
2) Its small size makes it perfect for burgers and dogs for 4-6 friends but if you are cooking for a backyard full of friends and family you may want to consider a larger grill.
3) I own this grill as well as Thermos' "Grill-2-go". The "flame kissed" burgers that this "baby-q" churns out are much tastier than the G2G's greasy rendition of the all american beef patty treat.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Wes Mantooth on August 26, 2005
I had one problem when my grill arrived that I'd like to share. After unpacking and attaching a 16oz propane tank, I attempted to fire up the grill. A note on the grill said it could take several pushes of the igniter to actually get the grill going but after about 10 pushes, I still couldn't see a flame. I read how the flame was hard to see in bright daylight but the smell of propane was getting stronger so I turned off the grill immediately. Weber recommends you wait 5 minutes to let the gas disperse from the burner before attempting to light the grill again so I did just that. 5 minutes later, I try my 2nd attempt and nothing happened.. again. I used a lighter to force the grill to lite and that worked like a charm. But I was still bothered by the igniter not working initially.

I decided to call up Weber's customer service number and spoke to a very kind lady. She told me that she can guarantee that the problem involves a piece of the igniter unit not being lined up correctly with the burner. I thought it was a faulty igniter but since the unit was brand new, that was highly unlikely. Anyway, I got off the phone only after registering my grill with them. 24/7 customer service is a great idea although for a company that primarily makes grills, I thought it was pretty much overkill; oh well, more power to the consumer. After the grill had cooled down, I removed the grate and scrutinized the alignment of the igniter piece with the burner. Right away I could see things weren't lined up correctly so I got a wrench, loosened the burner and fixed everything accordingly. I replaced the grate, turned on the propane and on the first click, the flames came on.

Compared to my previous grill which was a Coleman Roadtrip Party grill, this grill is a vast improvement. There are no hot spots and food appears to cook evenly just like everyone else says. I now wish I can use it everyday to prepare my meals; who says I can't.
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