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Weber 54060001 Q2200 Liquid Propane Grill
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- One stainless steel burner produces 12,000 BTU-per-hour to heat 280 square-inch total cooking area
- Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates and cast aluminum lid and body
- Fully assembled out of box
- Easy-start electronic ignition and infinite control burner valve settings
- Uses disposable 14.1 or 16.4 oz. LP cylinder (sold separately)
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|Item Dimensions||26 x 51.4 x 25.1 inches|
|Shipping Weight||42.35 pounds|
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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.
Top Customer Reviews
Putting the product together is a snap. The shelves are already attached, you pretty much just attach the handle and the thermometer, and stick the grates in the grill.
It is a single burner grill that is well placed in the housing to allow for even cooking anywhere on the grates. The electric start is quick and the single heat control knob is accurate and secure. I purchased the adapter hose to be able to use a 20 lb. tank of propane and have a couple of the 1 lb. canisters in the event of an unexpected main-tank shortage.
Cooking performance, for such a small grill, is exceptional. Its get up to about 300 degrees very quickly, and takes a bit longer to get up to 500-550. But, a 10-15 preheat period will get you there. I cook Costco chicken breasts for about 15 minutes on high and they come out perfectly juicy with a slight crispiness on the edges, which is how my wife likes them. A word of caution, don't dilly-dally when you are flipping your food, since the housing is aluminum instead of cast iron to save weight, it doesn't retain heat as well as a full-size Weber product - one of the trade-offs for a portable grill and not something you can really ding. Flip it quick and shut the grill. I like diamond-pattern grill marks, so I rotate chicken at about 3 or so minutes and flip at about 7 minutes. Once I have started cooking, the temperature still stays between 400-500 even with multiple lid-ups to flip/rotate.
One thing I would have liked to see would be built-in slots to hang grilling tools on the shelves. Speaking of the shelves, they are strong enough to handle any amount of food that you are going to grill. I have read some reviews that state the shelves are wobbly and not strong. Are you grilling bricks or barbells? I have had a big plate of chicken on one shelf and flat of Costco steaks on the other. Nope, you can't stand on the shelves but they perform well for all reasonable people.
I am very happy with this product and would recommend it to anyone who needs a portable grill or does not have room on their patio for a full-sized Weber gas grill.
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!
The majority of this grill comes pre-assembled. The parts you have to put together are trivial. Weber also conveniently includes a disposable aluminum liner pan so your permanent aluminum pan doesn't have to be washed. Nice! Weber's manual is straight forward and gets you going quick. Per the manual, make sure you check for leaks after you connect the gas just to be safe. Besides the manual, you get a water resistant Grilling Guide that has common grilling tips on the front an approximate grilling time chart on the back for different types of meat. Do yourself a favor though and get an instant read thermometer so you can grill based on meat temperature instead of solely on time. Both the manual and the guide come in English, Spanish, and French Canadian.
This grill is perfect when grilling for 4-6 people, maybe even up to the 8. If you commonly grill for 1-4 people, consider getting the next size smaller to save on gas. For my tests, I connected a 5LB gas canister using a non-Weber adapter hose which is done for convenience by me and many other people. The manual says to use either 14.1oz or 16.4oz cylinders, and does not explicitly address the subject of using an adapter hose with larger tanks. However Weber does sell a Q Adapter Hose for use with 20lbs tanks so that might suggest how they feel about the matter.
The porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates felt rock solid and are easy to clean. Having a split grate, which is a new feature, makes it easier to pull them off to clean but also gives you the option to get a griddle for one side. Honestly, I'd rather just bring a cast iron skillet with me instead of messing with a messy griddle. Weber's griddle pictures, by the way, show shrimp being grilled on a griddle but I've also done shrimp on the grate and they come out amazing.
While grilling, I tested for hot spots but didn't find anything obvious. However, certainly some of the hot dogs I made were cooked more so than others so there are definitely hot spots. Most seemed near the flames oval on the right and left side. One missing feature from this grill is the ability to have more than one zone. Ideally, I'd like to be able to have temperature knob for the left and right side as well as the ability to turn off one side completely.
The fold-out trays are a must-have and feel sturdy. For some strange reason though Weber removed the grilling tool hangers that were found on the previous model. Also gone is the 'underbar' that is under either the left or right tray. This could be used to hold grilling tools when folding the tray into the grill.
The temperature gauge is nice to have but generally I don't trust the style built into grills as they can easily be off 25-50F. I just use it as a point of reference. Incidentally, the temperate gauge is now more oval and has a slightly different display. The ignition button works like a champ, and Weber includes a battery (for Q2200) showing once again they think about even small details.
The gas control knob is big and easily readable, however, I do not like how easy it is to go from on to off. The previous model had more resistance and a better feedback "click" as to when you hit on and off. This is probably the biggest disappointment of this new grill, but certainly I can adapt to the new knob. And that reminds me to mention the following: always disconnect the gas canister when transporting portable grills in the car.
Also, some unexpected good news. This gill fits on the previous generation cart! But I must say that the new collapsible cart looks superior -- I've never really like old collapsible one due to how cumbersome it was to fold them up.
All in all, I rate this grill 4.5 out of 5 but I'm rounding up due to Weber's reliability, quality, and how they think about a lot of small details.