Webber Q BBQ - or is there something else?

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Webber Q BBQ - or is there something else?

Postby branley » Tue Jul 08, 2008 8:53 pm

I am looking at bbqs that will cook a roast for me. Off gas. The webber baby q has been recommended and researched by my inlaws but I was wondering if there was any competition out there?

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Re: Webber Q BBQ - or is there something else?

Postby amanda » Wed Jul 09, 2008 9:03 am

I take it you're after a small BBQ, not your average hooded 4 burner type?
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Re: Webber Q BBQ - or is there something else?

Postby Ricklanga » Wed Jul 09, 2008 8:32 pm

Try a Cobb.
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I bought 1 about 5 months back and must say I'm impressed. you can cook a decent size roast in it including veges. you can also cook cakes, deserts etc. you can even grill/fry with it. I got mine from BCF. They often have the Cobb Premier on special for $199. That's what I picked mine up for.
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Re: Webber Q BBQ - or is there something else?

Postby garbage » Wed Jul 23, 2008 11:02 pm

I use a Weber Baby Q. Took it on my last big camping trip around Vic and Tas and it worked a treat. Steaks and roasts on them turn out really nice - it has enough room for 4 steaks, but nothing much more. I've used mine quite heavily now, and the ignition now does not work if you try to start it up after just having cooked something. My regular 4 burner only gets some action now when I have guests over.
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Re: Webber Q BBQ - or is there something else?

Postby Cruzin » Thu Jul 24, 2008 8:35 pm

We have a Rio Grande

One of my Best Buys. nice and compact when folded -up

Have a look here

http://www.sitro.com.au/products/?cat=2&sub=43
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