Btu Propane Gas

By · Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

Btu Propane Gas

Welcome to the review of the latest model of the flagship in the Weber Q Range, the Q320 Q300 to replace very good at the top of the tree Weber. To beat the Q300 would have some serious modifications of what is a fantastic product, but first we give some background on the Q Series and is coming. The Q are directed to the sector of the market that loves the style, functionality, value for money and above all the performance – in all these respects any of the series Q delivered. Good looking, practical, beautifully solid construction and above all, capable of impressive results with little effort.

The range of Q starts at the smaller end of the scale with the Q100, dubbed the "Baby Q", but do not be fooled by the name as the Baby Q is a bit seriously capable BBQ – perfect for smaller families and occasionally entertaining. Passing is the Q120, Q200, Q220, Q300, each iteration grow in size and characteristics until the end with the Q320, the model we are reviewing here.

Given the popularity of Q300 should not be a surprise that shares much of Q320 the main features, a super powerful 21,700 BTU, enamel or porcelain covered cast iron grill plates, folding tables, working at each end, a car set permanently, thermometer and tools hooks. Both also share a 5-year limited warranty, and both offer instant start ignition, the Q320 be electronic

So what are offered to Q320 for the extra money? Well for starters the cooking area is significantly higher in 462sq inches (more than 393sq inches on the Q300 – the extra space formed by a warming rack listed below), and increased almost 20%, meaning for entertainment, much more space for cooking and keeping food warm. The most prominent is the new warming rack, you should keep food warm when cooking – This alone is worth the small premium over Q300, and I'm sure it will be a must have addition.

The construction is very solid – the notebook word might be misunderstood here, the quality of materials and weight: the probability of packing the Q320 in the car and eating out is unlikely, however the materials used are high-level cast aluminum and resin for the grill and cart, respectively – Minimum length should not be a problem, and ensuring 5 more years should alleviate any fears – a Weber after all!

So, how to act? In the true style of Weber, food is succulent and brown grill marks are good, and the steaks and burgers we tried this past weekend, a lovely smoky flavor. Cleaning is easy with the porcelain cover grills, and a modest additional cost is an optional cover that is highly recommended.

So what's the verdict? I think certainly the best Weber Q grill, yet elegant, functional, some good settings first and turned on the heater and immediately. So for everything from dinner for two to severe entertain the Weber Q320 is a resounding success.

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Simon Cliffe is a keen amateur gardener and outdoor food aficionado, BBQing at every opportunity. He is also the owner of Patio Furniture Cheap, a website dedicated to helping people get the most pleasure from their gardens. For loads of free tips and information on BBQ’s, patio furniture and getting the most from your garden or yard visit our website.

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