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    Default Re: Weber Q gas braai

    Those that use the Q1000 - you can use the cadac disposable bottles on them as well - they have the same screw fitting but don't fit in the holder (its a bit lower and fatter) but they half the price of the weber gas bottle.


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    I have a 200 I bought through gumtree. Not as much atmosphere as a fire but often much more convenient. When i get home after work I preheat for 10 months min, grill something for another 5-10 min and done! Great results with steaks and burger patties. Tuna steaks too. I've done deboned pork neck, whole chicken roast, fish in foil too. Lovely. I don't like grilling lamb on it though. Steaks remain the ultimate.
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    Youtube. WeberBBQAaustralia they got lots of good tips .


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    Those gas canisters is a mega rip-off. The going price is R 90 for a 500 gram canister. By the time you have bought 9, which is the equivalent price of a 4.5 kg gas bottle refill you have paid R 810 for which you could have bought a gas cylinder, have it filled and got yourself the adapter pipe to run off the Cadac bottle.


    By the way, some Kloppers prices are very good provided you know your prices. They are very expensive with the Weber Bible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poen View Post
    Those gas canisters is a mega rip-off. The going price is R 90 for a 500 gram canister. By the time you have bought 9, which is the equivalent price of a 4.5 kg gas bottle refill you have paid R 810 for which you could have bought a gas cylinder, have it filled and got yourself the adapter pipe to run off the Cadac bottle.


    By the way, some Kloppers prices are very good provided you know your prices. They are very expensive with the Weber Bible.
    True the canisters are maybe more expensive if you are at home.

    But it think it will be perfect for camping / overlanding where you can save a lot of space not having to take a big gas bottle along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerhard101 View Post
    True the canisters are maybe more expensive if you are at home.

    But it think it will be perfect for camping / overlanding where you can save a lot of space not having to take a big gas bottle along.


    When over landing you still need gas for a shower or a cooker top, unless you back pack overland, when the tiny primus must suffice.


    On second thoughts, if one has room for a weber gas braai on an over landing trip I suppose one has ample space.
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    I seem recollect the weber instruction manual, says not to use a gas bottle smaller than 4kg and bigger than 9kg. I havent got mine anymore but it definitely mentions a minimum and maximum kg bottles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave saunders View Post
    I seem recollect the weber instruction manual, says not to use a gas bottle smaller than 4kg and bigger than 9kg. I havent got mine anymore but it definitely mentions a minimum and maximum kg bottles.


    Your memory is in tip-top shape. The 4.5 kg Cadac gas bottle fits nicely into that space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poen View Post
    Those gas canisters is a mega rip-off. The going price is R 90 for a 500 gram canister. By the time you have bought 9, which is the equivalent price of a 4.5 kg gas bottle refill you have paid R 810 for which you could have bought a gas cylinder, have it filled and got yourself the adapter pipe to run off the Cadac bottle.


    By the way, some Kloppers prices are very good provided you know your prices. They are very expensive with the Weber Bible.
    Can u post a pic of the adapter hose - not been able to find one. I have a cadac one but then there are 2 regulators... seems to work though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adsl3g View Post
    Can u post a pic of the adapter hose - not been able to find one. I have a cadac one but then there are 2 regulators... seems to work though.

    Mine was made up by the local gas shop. The fitting on the bottle side is a generic one, but the fitting on the regulator side is one with the same thread as that of the gas canisters.
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    These are my second and third baking efforts in the Q 1200. The first effort I threw away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poen View Post
    These are my second and third baking efforts in the Q 1200. The first effort I threw away.

    That looks pretty damn decent. Well done.

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    Can't wait to get my Q1200 next week.

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    Nie die beste foto.maar salam was baie lekka

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100bedonderd View Post
    Thats playing dirty with all those bacon photos!!

    I have to wait till 1st of July to get back home for a bacon breakfast and I would have loved one right now!

    But then this is Saudi...

    Looks like a Q will be part of my camping kit thats a given after the photos...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MXDURO View Post
    Can't wait to get my Q1200 next week.

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    Had one for three years. Almost used daily. Best braai we have ever bought!

    You will enjoy it.

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    Thanks for the pic Poen - I just need to remove my cadac's regulator then it will be the same.. have you tried bacon straight on the grill - very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by adsl3g View Post
    Thanks for the pic Poen - I just need to remove my cadac's regulator then it will be the same.. have you tried bacon straight on the grill - very nice


    No. I will still get there. Today is my seventh day of ownership, and it is cooking its seventh meal - lamb shanks this time. First it was chicken wings, then pork rashers, whole chicken, T-bone steak and then drumsticks.


    I did not get a manual with, only a guide to tell how to assemble and maintain it. I think it is pathetic to leave a buyer to find out for himself how to use the product to get the desired results.


    Neither the store where I bought it nor the distributors in Cape Town have ever heard of a trivet for a weber. Just shows you how little time they have spent on the internet to get acquainted with their product. I am now having a trivet couriered from Jo-burg.
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