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Weber 1141001 Go-Anywhere Gas Grill
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- One stainless steel burner produces 6500 BTU-per-hour to heat 160 square-inch total cooking area
- Tuck-Away Lid Holder cradles lid on lip of grill when checking food or removing food from grill
- Porcelain enameled stamped steel cooking grate provide even heat distribution and prevents flare-ups
- Push-button ignition for easy and reliable lighting
- Uses disposable 14;1 oz.; LP cylinder (not included)
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|Item Dimensions||21 x 12.25 x 14.5 inches|
|Item Weight||13.5 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1141001|
|Shipping Weight||15.08 pounds|
Redesigned in 2014 with features upgrades, the Go-Anywhere portable gas grill is sized to go wherever you go. It is the perfect take-along gas grill for beach-goers, campers, tailgaters and road-trippers with a penchant for grilling in the great outdoors. Now with porcelain-enameled cooking grates designed to eliminate flare-ups, this gas grill gets hot enough to sear a burger or a steak, but can also deliver great results at lower temperature settings. The lid and bowl of the Go-Anywhere gas grill are constructed of premium-grade steel with baked on porcelain-enamel inside and out - your assurance of superior durability even in the most rugged grilling environments.
Top customer reviews
I've used various Weber kettle charcoal grills for over 30 years but I've only owned other brands of gas grills. I mainly grill with charcoal and wood, not gas. But gas is convenient and fast so I'm slowly moving toward gas grilling and I was in the market for a new portable grill. But I'm disappointed in this Go Anywhere gas model after using it only twice.
The first time I used it was for burgers and they came out very good. The downside was the amount of grease in the bottom of the unit. So much grease that I had to pour it out rather than just wipe out the residue. The grease build up is due to the lack of any device under the grate to catch the drippings and vaporize them. The vaporizing of meat juices during grilling is a standard method with every gas grill I've ever used, whether the grill utilized lava rocks or metal plates to do the job. But the Go Anywhere has no ability to vaporize the juices at all. The grate only has holes around the edges which drains the juices away from the burner to collect in the bottom of the grill. What you have here is a portable griddle instead of a grill. Burgers and a few other food items do well on griddles but this is a far cry from real grilling.
The second time I used the Go Anywhere, I tried a nice thick ribeye steak. The griddle/grate design meant the steak cooked while it partially floated in it's juices rather than having them drip away rapidly as they would on a proper grill. The resulting steak tasted greasy and lacked the character and the flavor of a real grilled steak. May as well just pop the steak in the oven, wrapped in foil. Yeah, you do get some fake "grill marks" but the taste was worse than disappointing. Again, clean up is no fun. Lots of collected grease to pour out and a grate that should be washed rather than scraped, heated and seasoned. This is NOT a grilling experience at all.
The newly designed grate does heat up fast and uniformly which, I suppose, was the purpose of the change. But the Go Anywhere Gas Grill is not a grill at all. Weber should rename it the Go Anywhere Gas Griddle. Better yet, Weber should just dump the griddle/grate design and return to the original.
UPDATE: I discovered the grill grate and the Weber Flavorizer plate that was previously used for these grills will fit the current model. I have ordered the parts and I am now in the process of changing out these parts to make the Go Anywhere a real grill again. Unfortunately, buying these parts for retrofitting the grill is expensive and this expense added to the already expensive grill itself makes the whole affair economically unfeasible for most people. I'm willing to fiddle around with my new grill to make it better just because I have fun doing it. But due to the cost and new design, I cannot recommend the Go Anywhere Gas Grill in its current state to anyone who just wants a good portable gas grill with no fuss involved.
FURTHER UPDATE: After installing the flavorizer plate and grill grate from the previous model Go Anywhere Gas Grill, it is now a 5-star grill. My grilled meat tastes grilled and clean up is much easier due to much of the drippings becoming vaporized. The flavorizer plate can be scraped with a grill brush instead of washed like the travesty of a grate included with the new model. I still cannot recommend this grill because the cost of upgrading it to the older design makes it too expensive.
Weber, take note. This is the "New Coke" of gas grills. A real loser.