- Push-button electronic ignition makes lighting the grill easy
- Infinite control burner valve allows you to choose the perfect temperature
- Uses 1 pound disposable propane cylinder
- Two folding work tables with tool hooks add work space and storage
- Built-in thermometer allows you to monitor the internal temperature
Ready, set, grill on the go! The Weber Q 1200 portable gas BBQ grill offers 189 square inches of cooking space to create the grilled foods you love anytime, anywhere. Weber Q gas grills are perfect for tailgating, camping or small spaces like apartment balconies. With the push of a button, the grill ignites quickly and easily. The durable stainless steel burner produces 8,500 BTUs and the infinite control burner valve allows you to set it to the precise temperature you need with an easy-to-use knob. This Weber portable gas grill features two folding work tables so you have space to spread out, each with convenient tool hooks. It also features a tall cast aluminum lid which is designed to expand your grilling area for larger items. The Weber Q 1200 also features a built-in lid thermometer and a two-piece, porcelain-enameled cast iron cooking grate that heats evenly across its surface. It also features a black lid, cast aluminum body with drip ducts and a sturdy glass-reinforced nylon frame and handles. A removable grease catch pan is included to make clean-up easy. This Weber Q operates on a 1 pound disposable propane cylinder (not included). An optional 20-lb tank adapter hose is available as an accessory for those times you need to feed larger groups. Weber Q recipe booklet is included.
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