This compact grill grew from the popularity of Weber's small portable Q 100/120 and 200/220 models. Many owners found they liked these little grills both on the go or at home. So Weber made them bigger with hose and regulator for a 20lb.
LP tank standard and put them on a small cart. In Weber began offering natural gas models as well. They have some nice features for an apartment/patio style grill for small spaces. The 393 square inch primary cooking surface is big for a space saver. Although Weber's quality and service usually justify their higher prices, once you get into this price range there are an awful lot of choices that provide more for the money. That said if the product fits your size requirements, it's fun and functional with an appealing, modern look.
The grill has a coated, cast aluminum housing with the obligatory heat indicator in the lid. Like the large cooking area, the lid has a bit more height than many compacts, enabling owners to BBQ roasts and chickens. There are 2 stainless steel burners. One burner wraps around the perimeter of the firebox and a second burner runs through the middle from side to side. Set both burners on high for direct heat cooking and shut off the middle burner to create a small indirect section.
Grates are porcelain-enameled cast iron. The cart is nylon and has two removable, fold-down side shelves with tool hooks. Two large wheels on the right side with a bottom shelf for the LP tank which is concealed by a thin nylon sheet. A slide out catch pan at the bottom of the firebox holds a disposable grease pan and may be accessed from under the left side shelf.
It includes battery powered ignition, a 69 square inch warming rack and a Weber Grill Out LED light on the handle that illuminate the grill surface.