Review: Weber Q1200

Weber Q1200  Rated: 4/5 stars

  • From the Weber Q1000 Series
  • 8,500 BTUs over one burner
  • Made of materials that won’t rust
  • Enough room to cook for 2 people comfortably
  • Perfect for condos, balconies or the cabin

Review: Char-Broil Portable Gas Grill

Rated: 2.5/5 stars

  • Low-cost option
  • Very portable and easy to store
  • Low marks for quality and cooking
  • 11,000 BTUs over a 187 square inch grilling surface
  • Sized for 2-4 people

Review: Smoke Hollow 205

Rated: 4/5 stars

  • Great for RVing, camping and tailgating
  • Stainless steel body and firebox
  • One 12,000 BTU burner
  • Easy to clean, easy to carry around

Review: Blackstone Dash 1610

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • 7000 BTU’s on a single burner
  • 247 square inches of grilling space
  • Extremely portable
  • Two-Sided Grill & Griddle Plate
  • Sets up in seconds
  • Very easy to clean

Review: Cuisinart All Foods CGG-200

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • High quality construction
  • Stainless steel body and burner
  • Comes with veggie grill tray
  • Perfect for patios and back yards
  • Temperatures reach over 500°

Review: Coleman RoadTrip Grill LX

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • 20,000 BTU’s total over two burners
  • Stand folds down and stores underneath the grill
  • Ideal for tailgaters, campers and picnickers
  • No wheels to transport with
  • Decent quality – will last a while

Review: Coleman RoadTrip Grill LXE

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • Large, 285 square inch grill surface
  • Loads of accessories available, including interchangeable cooking surfaces
  • Two independently controlled burners each boasting 10,000 BTU’s
  • Very portable – great for anyone except hikers

Review: O-Grill 3000

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • Extremely portable and easy to store
  • 9,450 BTU’s over a single burner
  • Setup takes only a few seconds
  • Easy to clean and keep clean
  • Great choice for nearly all uses
  • Will require a table or available accessory stand

Review: Cuisinart Petit Gourmet CGG-180

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • 145 square inches of grilling space makes it ideal for two people
  • 5,500 BTU’s of heat disbursed over a single burner
  • Telescopic legs fold up to bottom of grill
  • Carries like a brief case for ultimate portability
  • Priced very reasonably

Review: Weber Q 100 (Discontinued)

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • 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