Weber 1520 Propane Gas Go-Anywhere Grill
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- The Weber Gas Go-Anywhere propane gas grill comes with an easy-to-use push-button ignition system
- Comes with porcelain-enameled flavorizer bars
- Pivoting legs lock the lid in place for add safety
- This grill offers 160-square-inches of cooking surface on the triple nickel-plated cooking grate
- The porcelain enameled coating prevents rust and fading, Uses 14.1 OZ propane cylinders.
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|Item Dimensions||14.5 x 21 x 12.25 inches|
|Shipping Weight||15.8 pounds|
Perfect for picnics, tailgating or the beach, this Weber Go-Anywhere gas grill is portable and easy to use. The compact, space-saving design includes a porcelain-enameled bowl and lid, a glass reinforced nylon handle and nickel-plated legs that pivot to lock the lid in place when traveling. Featuring a 160-sq-in., triple nickel-plated cooking grate, the grill makes cooking quick and easy with a push-button igniter, Weber cookbook and the patented Weber Flavorizer system. Uses disposable 1-lb. LP cylinders (not included). Adaptable to refillable fuel tank (not included). Made in USA. 14-1/2Hx21Wx12-1/4D".
Weber's Go-Anywhere gas grill adds convenience to the fun of camping and tailgating. This compact unit has a surprisingly generous grilling area--large enough to fit four medium steaks. The push-button ignition system makes lighting the fire easier than ever, and the patented heat-distributing Flavorizer bar ensures that your food cooks evenly and efficiently every time.
You can lock the lid into place with the pivoting legs and carry this lightweight grill around in one hand. Built-in lid hangers allow you to rest the lid on the side of the grill to create an effective barrier against the wind. The triple-nickel-coated steel grate is easy to clean, and the porcelain-enameled steel lid and cooking box are built to last.
Top customer reviews
The grill is very new and I've used it two times. Unlike some of the others, I do not have issues lighting the grill; starts right up. However, I have a dangerous issue that it seems to constantly go out without warning. Building up propane inside the grill creates a safety hazard when the grill goes out time after time and I'm leery to use it around my children.
The same issues were noted on two separate days, neither of which were windy at all; just the slightest movement in the air. I live near the beach and a day with no wind at all is impossible to find but the two days tested, it was very, very minimal and it's not like you can use a grill inside. This was with a brand new 16 oz cylinder.
Aside from the grill going out and the safety involved, I have not had other problems. The grill has gotten hot enough to cook what I wanted, starts fine, and isn't old enough to show any age. With the safety issue though, it's hard to rate above 2 stars. I'm a bit scared to use it currently since one time during re-light, a bit more propane had accumulated than I expected and let off a bit of an explosion. Watching two daughters while grilling, I don't have time to lift the lid and constantly check the fire to see if it has gone out.
I've emailed Weber about the issue and will update the review if they are able to help fix the problem.
As mentioned, the grill's very sensitive to wind blowing the flame out. There's a reasonably large hole by the regulator and it appears that it's enough to force the grill to blow out. This happened to us the first three times we used the grill, but after searching the Internet reviews of this product we identified that others had this problem as well.
The solution to this problem is simply to turn the grill so that it's perpendicular to the wind. In our case, we initially had the back of the grill facing over the balcony. Once we learned about the wind issue, we turned it so that the back of the grill faced the house instead. There's still about a foot and a half between the house and the grill, but aligning the grill differently was enough to prevent it from blowing out. The grill's not blown out since. Others have invented their own solutions (like covering the hole by the regulator with copper tubing) but we've found that so far, that wasn't necessary.
The push-button igniter has worked EVERY time, which I find absolutely amazing. I'm not exaggerating: from the first time I fired this baby up, EVERY time I've started this thing the push button gizmo has worked like a charm. I figured it would be the first thing to "wear out," but even after 3.5 yrs, it's still lighting the flames, usually after just one try.
I have noticed that one side of the grill gets *slightly* warmer than the other -- not a huge difference, but enough that I find I often need to "shift" things around to get them to come out even. However, that CAN be a good thing when I need to cook things to differing degrees of "doneness" for my guests' preferences.
Cleaning hasn't been a huge issue, either -- I use a standard grill brush on the grill, and wash the removable plate that sits over the burner with soap and water in the kitchen sink. A quick wipe down of the exterior, and we're good to go.
I've cooked just about everything you can grill on this thing: steaks, chicken, fish (salmon and mahi mahi), kebobs of all kinds, veggies -- everything turns out great.
Definitely a good investment as far as I'm concerned.