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Weber Q2000 Gas Barbecue, £197.00 at B&Q

£197.00 @ B&Q
I have been looking for a small gas BBQ to use, and have long coveted the Weber 'Q' range. This seems like a good price (I certainly haven't found it cheaper). Available for home delivery, so hunti… Read More
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9m, 6d agoFound 9 months, 6 days ago
I have been looking for a small gas BBQ to use, and have long coveted the Weber 'Q' range. This seems like a good price (I certainly haven't found it cheaper).

Available for home delivery, so hunting round stores for stock is not required.

They have the Q1000 version for £140 too, but that is smaller and does not come with a stand:
http://www.diy.com/departments/weber-q1000-1-burner-gas-barbecue/330674_BQ.prd
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1 Like #1
Great price for a great little barbecue. People voting cold on this don't know the difference between a piece of crap £100 8 burner BBQ from Asda and a quality unit like this.
1 Like #2
I have something similar to this in the way it folds away which I got in the sale. Apart from the nice design a burner is ultimately a burner and it is hard to justify the cost imo..
1 Like #3
BeerGoggles
I have something similar to this in the way it folds away which I got in the sale. Apart from the nice design a burner is ultimately a burner and it is hard to justify the cost imo..

overrated and expensive weber
#4
uksparky
Great price for a great little barbecue. People voting cold on this don't know the difference between a piece of crap £100 8 burner BBQ from Asda and a quality unit like this.
Totally agree with your comments. Can't understand why people buy cheap fall to bits after a season BBQs. I've a Q1000 which I've had for years and still it looks like new, lights first time and is easy to clean. Can't recommend Weber BBQs enough.
1 Like #5
BeerGoggles
I have something similar to this in the way it folds away which I got in the sale. Apart from the nice design a burner is ultimately a burner and it is hard to justify the cost imo..


I have to agree as bought a Weber last year thinking it would be better then the cheaper ones I have tried but at the end of the day it's a metal tub you light a fire in so 29 quid or 200 it does the same thing
2 Likes #6
the difference between a weber gas bbq and a £50 gas one is like night and day. I've had a q100 for about 3 years and it's still going strong. hot.
#7
Hmmm....don't see supermarket BBQs with a 5 year warranty (nor 10 year like the Weber Spirit series)...why could that be?
#8
I had an Outback gas barbecue that had a layer of heat retaining volcanic rocks over the burner, was the best one I ever had, several years but I scrapped it when it just got too dirty and hard to clean.
Couldn't find another similar one this time round, but the rocks moderated the cooking and it was easy to get good results without having to pay attention to it all the time.

So, I'm still looking for a new one.
#9
Went down to B&Q earlier to have a look at this but realised it doesn't have the built-in lid thermometer and is just a a bigger version of the Q1200 really.

So I'm becoming more tempted by the Q1200 at bbqworld for £207.09. (Although the 5% discount on that ends at midnight tonight I think).

Anyone any thoughts about the Q1200 vs this Q2000? (And no clever answers of 800 please :P )

Edited By: uksparky on Aug 16, 2016 21:03
#10
Ive got the q1200 and its excellent had it a couple of years. Big enough for our needs. It's really just size, not sure how much use a thermostat is to be honest.
#11
checkley73
Ive got the q1200 and its excellent had it a couple of years. Big enough for our needs. It's really just size, not sure how much use a thermostat is to be honest.

Went for a Q1200 from bbqworld with cover/stand/few extras for around £208 last night, I think the size is ideal for us and want the temperature gauge and taller lid for possibly doing some roasts.
#12
Couldn't resist this when I was in the shop today. I have a Q100, 57 kettle and a Smokey Joe so don't really need it. Asides from being a bit bigger, has anyone who has used both got anything to say about the difference between this and the Q 100/1000? Wondering if the higher output would make it nicer to cook on. Just looking for an excuse to keep it really!
#13
col11
BeerGoggles
I have something similar to this in the way it folds away which I got in the sale. Apart from the nice design a burner is ultimately a burner and it is hard to justify the cost imo..

I have to agree as bought a Weber last year thinking it would be better then the cheaper ones I have tried but at the end of the day it's a metal tub you light a fire in so 29 quid or 200 it does the same thing

I've seen plenty of posts like this from non-Weber owners but never from someone who has one. A Weber kettle won't transform your meal anymore than an expensive set of chefs knives but a well looked after one will last you for years which is not the case with the cheaper ones. My Weber 57 is at least 5 years old and looks as good as new on the outside despite living outside since day one.
#14
If anyone is still looking for one of these they had about a dozen in B&Q Stoke yesterday. I was quite tempted but would prefer the Q2200.

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