Weber 586002 Q 320 Portable 393-Square-Inch 21700-BTU Liquid-Propane Gas Grill (Older Model)
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- Full-size portable gas grill with 393-square-inch cooking area and 21,700-BTU per-hour input
- Made of cast aluminum with glass-reinforced nylon frame; painted finish; 2 stainless-steel burners
- Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates; electronic ignition; adjustable burner valve; drip pan
- Thermometer; Grill Out handle light; work tables; uses a 20-pound LP tank (sold separately)
- Measures 30 inches long by 50-1/5 inches wide by 55-1/2 inches high; 5-year limited warranty
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|Item Dimensions||55.5 x 50.2 x 30 inches|
|Material Type||Cast Aluminum|
|Shipping Weight||84.8 pounds|
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Weber Q Series Portable Gas Grill
Ready, Set, On the Go
Now you can have all the fresh, grilled flavors you love anytime, anywhere with Weber's convenient, portable gas grill. Choose from simple and compact to ultra-convenient and loaded with features.
Weber's Original Gas Grilling System
Notice how sturdy the shroud feels as it opens smoothly on its hinges? See how the burners roar to life on the very first try? Delighted by how simple it is to achieve a mouthwatering meal every time? It's no accident. Weber spends countless hours perfecting the grilling systems on its gas grills, assuring easy assembly, an evenly heated cooking surface, and precision controls so you can tone things down or up to the perfect heat level for direct or indirect cooking.
Cookbox and Shroud
The cookbox houses the components of the cooking system: cooking grates, burner tubes, and the grease management system.
Made of cast aluminum, Weber's gas-grill cookboxes are durable, efficient, require minimal care and maintenance, and can withstand the heat needed to grill at any temperature. In addition, the shape of the cookbox, when combined with the shroud, allows for the proper circulation of heat around food for even cooking whether you're using direct or indirect heat.
Weber gas-grill cooking grates come in three exceptional materials: porcelain-enameled steel, stainless steel, and porcelain-enameled cast iron. Each type retains heat evenly and sears food beautifully. Porcelain-enameled steel cooking grates are durable and easy to clean. Stainless steel rod cooking grates make lovely sear marks, hold heat very well, and clean up with ease. Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates combine the ease of porcelain-enameled with the superior heat retention of cast-iron.
Weber's burners are made of high-grade stainless steel, which will stand up to the small amounts of water found in liquid propane and natural gas. The burner tubes are made of a singular piece of steel with no welds, making them stronger and more resistant to rust and burn-through. Weber gas-grill burner tubes can be cleaned easily by gently brushing with a Weber stainless-steel grill brush.
The burners are spaced to provide heat across the entire cooking grate. The burner valve has infinite control settings, so you can fine-tune the heat levels.
When juices drip off the meat, they funnel down into the grease management system. The grease management system consists of an angled grease tray and catch pan. The grease tray rests beneath the cookbox a safe distance from the burner tubes to prevent the grease from catching fire. Grease is channeled down the grease tray and into the catch pan. Both the grease tray and catch pan are easy to clean. The tray easily slides out of the cabinet for cleaning, and when the catch pan starts to fill, simply remove the disposable drip pan, toss it in the trash, and replace it with an empty pan.
The Q 320 Portable Gas Grill
As part of the Weber Q series, the Q 320 full-size portable gas grill provides a 393-square-inch cooking area, an impressive 21,700-BTU per-hour input, and two stainless-steel burners for fast heating, as well as an electronic ignition system and an adjustable burner valve for just the right amount of heat. The grill also comes with porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates, a removable drip pan, a built-in lid thermometer, a Grill Out handle light, and two removable folding work tables with tool hooks. The grill uses a 20-pound LP tank (sold separately). Made with a cast-aluminum lid and body with a glass-reinforced nylon frame and a titanium-color painted finish, the grill measures 30 inches long by 50-1/5 inches wide by 55-1/2 inches high and carries a five-year limited warranty.
Note: Images shown above are of the Weber Q series; features illustrated vary by model.
What is Weber T.I.P.S.?
When George Stephen created the first Weber grill, he wanted to be able to bring his family together for a good meal. He insisted on a product that would exceed customers' expectations.
In the years since then, the Weber name has become synonymous with backyard barbecues and the family, friends, and good times that go with them. At Weber, they continue that tradition of excellence in everything they do from the development of new grills and accessories to the services they provide to customer and dealers.
From the very beginning, Weber revolutionized backyard grilling. Since then, they have continued to develop products that enhance the grilling experience. From the original kettle with heat controlling dampers to electronic temperature controls and Flavorizer bars, Weber continues to be at the forefront of modern grilling, making the backyard a part of your kitchen.
Weber grills have been and will continue to be the true definition of performance in backyard grilling. Whether you're cooking a basic burger or an extensive meal, Weber grills are designed and engineered to give you the best performance every time.
Service is of the utmost importance at Weber. Their Customer and Dealer Service associates work every day to ensure that their customers and dealers have the support they need.
2012 Weber Q Grills
|Porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grate(s)||2||2||1||1||1||1||2||2|
|Main burners: BTU-per-hour input||8,500||8,500||12,000||12,000||21,700||21,700|
|Watts/Volts||1560 / 120||1560 / 120|
|Infinite heat control settings||•||•|
|Infinite control burner valve(s)||•||•||•||•||•||•|
|Push-button ignition system||•||•||•|
|Electronic ignition system||•||•||•|
|Hose and regulator for 20-pound LP tank||•||•|
|Primary cooking area (square inches)||393|
|Warming rack area (square inches)||69|
|Total cooking area (square inches)||189||280||189||189||280||280||393||462|
|Cast-aluminum lid and body||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•|
|Glass-reinforced nylon frame||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•|
|Two folding work tables with tool hooks||•||•||•|
|Two removable folding work tables with tool hooks||•||•|
|Removable catch pan||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•|
|Built-in lid thermometer||•||•||•||•|
|Aluminum heat retention liner||•||•|
|Grill Out handle light||1|
|Weber Q recipe booklet||•||•||•||•||•||•|
|14.1-oz or 16.4-oz LP cylinder (sold separately)||•||•||•||•|
|Liquid propane (20-lb LP tank sold separately)||•||•|
|6-foot grounded electrical cord||•||•|
|Color||Dark gray||Dark gray||Titanium||Titanium||Titanium||Titanium||Titanium||Titanium|
|LxWxH inches (lid open, tables out)||20.5 x 27 x 23.5||25.1 x 27 x 26||20.5 x 27 x 23.5||20.5 x 40.9 x 24.6||24.3 x 51.4 x 26||25.1 x 51.4 x 26||30 x 50.2 x 55.5||30 x 50.2 x 55.5|
Top customer reviews
I've bought a Weber Q several years ago, so I already know what the fuss is about. Cast iron grill, great cook platform, etc. I've never used a cover, so over the years, I've had to replace burners, etc. as they corroded and degraded. Not Weber's fault, but Weber customer service is the greatest, 24/7 etc., cheerfully helped identify what I needed and sent me the replacement parts.
I've been enviously looking at the 300 and when I saw the specs on the 320, I knew I was looking at my next Weber.
I thought I knew what I was getting, but I was pleasantly surprised at what I unboxed. This one is even cleverer than the original.
Stationary Cart is a well thought out design. Stable, with safety features I've never seen implemented as well. The Tank storage system that locks the propane tank in place so it can't shift and also provides the cart with a counterweight to help prevent tips is a marvel by itself. The collapsible shelf system is elegant and functional while feeling more substantial than the Q200's fixed shelfs.
The slightly larger cooking area is served by split cast iron grills instead of the single grill piece used by the Q200. This actually makes this grill easier to clean and service, while taking nothing away from the cook area. A stainless steel warming rack is a nice place to put up food from the grill surface. Just sits there but is totally substantial and stable.
A second burning tube, stainless steel to prevent rusting out provides the additional heat and controls to bring the grill up to the temperatures I need to cook in colder weather. 40degrees last night, and the grill still heated up to over 400 degrees in about 5 minutes.
Thermostat is simple, and will be easy to replace in the event of breakage or failure. This has an integral BBQ light that has a sensor that automatically turns it off when the lid is lowered. Very cool.
I have never been satisfied with the old style igniter on the previous Q models. The Q320 now has a electronic igniter that works great. Uses a AAA battery. Press a button and poof. Weber's lit. The outer burner ignites the center burner automatically.
Assembly was easy with two of us, but this could have been assembled easily by one person. Directions could have been better, but pictures worked fine.
Food tastes great. Looking foward to putting through it's paces this summer.
Already bought my grill cover. This time I don't plan on abusing Weber Customer service as much <g>.
I believe Weber was the first, or among the first, to provide "flavor bars" - metal, triangular bars - to replace lava rocks and ceramic briquettes. Flavor bars worked well for me for many years. Their disadvantages were that they did eventually rust out, but they did last a long time; and to clean the bottom of the grill occasionally, they had to all be removed.
The Weber Q320 uses no devices to create smoke from the juices. It has an open area under the grill surface so juices drip in three places: onto the burners, through the opening in the bottom into an aluminum drip pan, or onto the bottom of the grill enclosure.
I've found no noticeable difference in the taste of foods and the lack of the smoke is probably healthier since smoke must be loaded with all sorts of nasty things that are produced when things are burned.
The cast iron grill surface is terrific in several ways. Unlike stainless or porcelain covered grates, the cast iron grill has no wide open spaces for food to fall through. You can grill hotdogs in any direction without worrying about them slipping through. I've sliced various vegetables into 1/2 inch slices and they cook nicely on the cast iron grill without any worry of losing any. Potatoes, zucchini, summer squash, onions, carrots, etc. Spray some olive oil on them and put them on the grill to cook. Delicious!!
Meat gets the nice grill stripes that somehow enhances appreciation of the grilling experience. I've found that leaving the burners set to medium for most items produces the best results. The thermometer in the hood gives a nice correlation between your burner control settings and the heat being produced. I try to open the hood just once to turn the items at the halfway point. One nice feature is that by looking at the grill from either end, you can see inside the unit without opening the hood, so if you happen to get a flameup, you can see it and take action. Of course, with no rocks, briquettes or flavor bars, the chance for flameups is greatly reduced.
I sometimes grill in the evening and having the handle light is a nice feature. Where I grill in the winter, I have no overhead light so I have to hang something there. I haven't yet used the Q320 in winter, but the light will save me the trouble of hanging a light nearby.
Finally, I leave my grill outside all the time. The premium cover provides good protection, but one of the reasons I really like the Q320 is all the plastic used in the stand - it won't corrode or rust.
This is the grill I've been waiting for. Maybe some time, some one may develop a better one, but I don't see how the Weber Q320 can be improved.