Comparing the Coleman RoadTrip LXE VS Weber Q 220

Recently, a reader asked me for a little help deciding between two popular portable grills.

She is looking to give one to her husband as a Father’s Day gift, but when researching which grill she should buy, she has become completely stumped as to which grill is better suited to her family’s needs.

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Review: Weber Q 100 (Discontinued)

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  • Built for longevity with solid materials
  • The smallest grill in the Weber Q series
  • 189 square inches of grilling space and 8,500 BTU’s over a single burner
  • Great choice for condo balconies and RV’s

Review: Weber Q 220 (Discontinued)

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  • The largest of the Weber Portable Q’s
  • 12,000 BTU’s over a single burner
  • Porcelain enameled cast iron grill grate
  • Made of high quality materials, built to live outside
  • Can be difficult to store, stand sold separately