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    Weber Traveler

    Man this looks just like the Coleman Road Trip

    https://www.weber.com/IE/en/barbecue...s/9010074.html

    I could not find it on the US site.

    Very interesting release by Weber.

    #2
    You might need to clear your cache or something:

    https://www.weber.com/US/en/explore-...r-2144418.html

    I think it looks pretty cool and suspect Max Good might be currently testing one. I'm really curious how hot it will get and how low it will go.

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    • DavidNorcross
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      Thanks. I use the Brave browser

    • Max Good
      Max Good commented
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      You guessed it Glitchmeister.

    #3
    I wonder how many cooks on those little tanks one can get? There probably is an adapter for a #20 but then things get rather clunky. Also, if you get the temp/probe thingy yer in the 450 range, a little pricey on the picnic side of things.

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    • jfmorris
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      I have that adapter hose for my Performer Deluxe to use a 20# tank, but just switched back to the little tanks last June when I needed a tank for a griddle. I run 5 minutes every time I start charcoal, and JUST ran out a couple of weeks ago, cooking probably weekly with charcoal, and starting a chimney on the Performer. If I had to guess, you would get 1.5 to 2 hours of cooking on one of the throw away tanks, which would be great for the convenience and portability.

    #4
    Probably better than the Q line. I Iook forward to passing my Q on soon. I can't see the Traveler Being something I would own. I like my smokies and jumbo for traveling.

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    • Attjack
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      Richard Chrz I have the largest Q and have been using it as my gas grill at the cabin. If it had 2 burners it would be far better. So I'm going to bring my 2 burner Spirit down there at which point the Q will be retired. It's heavy compared to my Jumbo Joe and Smokey Joes so no reason to keep it for camping.

    • Richard Chrz
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      I bought my 3000 q silver on the factory stand last year from a neighbor for 25 dollars, thought I would enjoy it for the quick cook. Turns out, I don’t like the quick cook, and it is not an easy portable grill, it is also a pain to move around on the factory cart. It’s in good condition, so, hoping to turn my 25 dollar investment into 125 profit

    • Attjack
      Attjack commented
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      Richard Chrz I think I paid $50. It came with a griddle and a hose to connect to a full-sized propane tank. I may keep both. The griddle fits on a 22" kettle too.

    #5
    It's is also reminiscent of the Napoleon TravelQ https://amazingribs.com/grill-tailga...5x-cart-review

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    • FireMan
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      L I B it is a portable folding cooker! So Weber goes ahead & copies sumone else. Ha! Even the price too! L I B.

    • Mr. Bones
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      FireMan L I B!
      O S M R...

    • TripleB
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      Or the PKTX

    #6
    Over on one of the Weber focused forums, there’s a bunch of griping about how the Q is so much better as cast aluminum and this is a POS being porcelain coated steel I personally think it looks great, have never had a problem with Weber’s porcelain coated steel and can’t wait to see some reviews of real performance. I think it’s twice the cooking space of my little Q1000.

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      #7
      It would actually be nice IF you could actually go anywhere.

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      • glitchy
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        Well played with “go anywhere”.

      • Huskee
        Huskee commented
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        Well, you have your choice of garage, front yard, back yard, side yard, other side yard. That's not too shabby.

      #8
      Interesting. But personally, if I were going to spring for a portable grill, I would opt for the PK2GO w/flip kit. Although I have to admit the wheeled option beats having to carry the grill and there are no worries about charcoal for tailgaters.

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