Weber 54060001 Q2200 Liquid Propane Grill,Gray
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- Total cooking area = 280 Square Inches
- Stainless steel burner puts out 12,000 BTU-per-hour
- Porcelain-enameled, cast iron cooking grates
- Electronic ignition with built in thermometer
- Two folding work tables
- Dimensions - Lid Closed and Tables Out (inches): 15.5"H x 51.4"W x 19.5"D
- 3D interactive assembly instructions for this product are available through the free BILT app.
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The Heart Of Every Meal
Weber Q 2200 Gas Grill
It’s the little things that make life feel big. Grill a quick afternoon lunch of burgers and hotdogs, or a fish fillet for family dinner. The Q 2200 gas grill is an easy solution for any meal.
- Porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates
- Cast aluminum lid and body
- Built-in lid thermometer
- Glass-reinforced nylon frame
- Folding side tables
- Removable catch pan
- Infinite control burner valve
- Electronic ignition
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|Item Dimensions||25.10 x 51.40 x 26.00 inches||24.30 x 51.40 x 26.00 inches||20.50 x 27.00 x 23.50 inches||20.50 x 40.90 x 24.60 inches||21.50 x 19.00 x 15.00 inches|
Restyled for 2014, the Weber Q 220 is now the Weber Q 2200. The grill has the same great performance and sleek styling, but adds new aesthetics that are both functional and fun, including larger grip handle and control knobs, ergonomic side handles, sturdy front and rear cradles, larger-sized fold-out side tables with greater rigidity plus the familiar Weber Q logo prominently branded in the lid. Split grates allow for a grate/griddle cooking combination: Just replace one of the grates with the Q 2000-series compatible griddle (sold separately) and experience an alternative way to prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner on your grill. The tall lid accommodates the grilling of small roasts and birds, while the large built-in thermometer allows you to monitor temperatures inside the grill. The Weber Q 2200 is ideal for use when camping and tailgating but, thanks to a design that offers both compact overall size and large grilling surface, can double as a stationary grill in your outdoor living space. The grill runs on disposable LP cylinders (not included), but an optional LP adapter hose for 20-lb. tanks is available as an accessory. A seamless stainless steel burner is your assurance of durability and long-lasting performance. The cast-aluminum lid and body are both lightweight and rugged. May be used with Weber Portable Cart model #6557 and Q Cart model #6525.Fuel type : Liquid Petroleum Gas (disposable cartridge sold separately)
• Proposition 65 Warning: Handling the brass material on this product exposes you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. (Wash hands after handling this product.) • Combustion byproducts produced when using this product contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
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The "assembly" consists of:
1. attaching the handle to the front of the lid using 2 Phillips head stainless steel screws and 2 spacers. You don't need a wrench, the nuts are molded into the handle. Remember, righty-tighty, lefty-loosy. Do not poke screwdriver into your eyes. Have someone standby with a phone to call 911 just in case you accidentally do.
2. attach the thermometer to the lid. It's keyed and the attachment uses a wing nut. If operating a wing nut is beyond your capabilities, seek professional help.
3. Insert two pins in the hinge points between the lid and lower section. Putting the round peg in the round hole is about as easy as it gets. Again, if you have trouble here, don't use matches or propane.
4. Insert "hairpins" in the holes on the end of the pins to keep them in place. Don't poke your eye out with the pins. Do not swallow pins.
5. Insert battery (included) and twist the top on the ignitor button. Button on battery goes into the BBQ,the flat end goes into the button. Do not eat the battery.
6. Hard part here: Remove the two piece grill top from the box and place them side by side on the BBQ.
Honestly folks, it took me longer to cut up the box and put it in the recycling bin than it took to assemble this thing. If you are not at all mechanically inclined, don't own a Phillips screwdriver, and/or don't have two fingers that you can use to turn a wing nut, then you probably should either buy one pre-assembled from a local store, or hire a neighbor to do it for you.
As for the "invisible flame" complaints, propane burns pretty clean. The flame is not invisible, it's blue and it's not really that big. If you light this thing and it gets hot, well, there ya' go. If you are expecting large yellow/red flames to erupt forth from the barbecue, you will be disappointed.
These barbecues work very well. My dad has owned one for years and I've done a few tri-tips, skirt steaks, etc. with it. They heat evenly. Keeping the lid closed will help. In fact, his worked so well, he bought a second one to keep with his camper. I bought this one after years of seeing his work so well.
They are fairly light and easily portable. They are also built quite well.
But, seriously, they do require absolute minimal assembly. If you suspect that is beyond your capabilities, then you really need to find a local store that will assemble it for you. However, it's not difficult. If you honestly do not own a Phillips screwdriver, here, let me google that for you: https://www.amazon.com/Stanley-60-002-Standard-Phillips-Screwdriver/dp/B00009V430/ref=sr_1_6?s=power-hand-tools&ie=UTF8&qid=1536105960&sr=1-6&keywords=phillips+screwdriver
First, it gets hot fast- faster than my big grill- 450 degrees in 6 minutes. It maintains 400 on medium, similar to the big one on the same setting. When I open it to turn the food and reclose the lid it goes back up to temperature in about 30 seconds. Second, there were complaints about the flame holes getting clogged. The cooking grates have a wider area that covers the burner to prevent this so I don't understand the problem. Third, while indirect cooking may be a problem for large items, if you center the food and use a low flame you can get similar results.
Here are some criticisms that I do agree with: First, it does need some assembly- you cannot use it right out of the box. Second, because of the way the grate is configured you won't get the same grill marks you'd get on a larger grill. Third, the cart that matches this grill is cheap and wobbly. I wish I hadn't have bought it. I guess if you plan to move it around you'd need it but if you're going to keep I stationary I'd buy something else.
Overall, I'm very happy with it and I'm glad I didn't listen to some of the negative reviews. I won't take the place of my big grill but for someone who needs a small one it's great.
Update: I've used this quite a bit since I wrote the review and I would like to add that it is very efficient in the gas it uses. I can cook 10 times on a 16 oz. bottle. This equals about 2 1/2 hours of gas time used (this includes preheating which goes really fast as I mentioned before) I mostly cook on the medium setting but mixed in low for a couple of things.
Another update: I've come to like this grill so much it's pretty much replaced my large one. I actually find for things that cook faster and need more intense heat like kabobs this one is better. I did hook it up to a large propane tank so I don't have to replace the bottle in the middle of cooking something- the small bottles have no gauge. I've had one instance of the flame holes getting clogged but used the paperclip trick and all was fine. This grill has been a terrific value.
Preherating is fast and cooking is fast and easy. The large grease catcher makes with opening at the bottom keeps the drippings and any droppings easy to clean up. Porcelain grills clean up with some elbow grease and safe oven leaner (even hot soapy water to soak in works) or the dishwasher.
The thing is they do not rust and do not have to be seasoned.
This is big enough for a family of four
Side note the kids also gave me the cart and cover which are options .... I recommend both..
Finally the stainless steel burner is positioned perfectly and with it's hundreds of ports produces an even heating system.
Don't forget ..... this is made in USA!
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I suppose the 1lb tank will also come in handy when I forget to turn off the unit.
Still fits in the cubby where I stored the old one.
I like the solid metal grill that weber has. It cook evenly n heat is even. I already have recommended it to a friend.