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Topic: WTB: Pre 2014 Weber Go Anywhere Gas Grill  (Read 757 times)

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Would anyone happen to have one of these grills in decent shape they are interested in selling:



Looking for the pre 2014 model, which had the Weber Go-Anywhere Flavorizer Bar.  Apparently they removed it in 2014 for whatever reason.



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I work at a hardware store, I'll look for one.
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What is a Flavorizer Bar?
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What is a Flavorizer Bar?

It's this kinda thing
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Had one. Sold it when we moved my dad a few months ago. Wish I kept it.


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Thanks Amos!  I'm doubtful that I can find a new one that is pre-2014 where they removed the flavoring bar thingamagiggy.  You can buy the parts separately for twice the cost apparently.    If you read the reviews on Amazon for the new model it's pretty bad.  Hope I can find an old one.  Keeping my eyes on CL as well.

Would anyone have another favorite small portable grill they love besides this one, for under 100$? 

Saw someone using this one this weekend:  http://www.coleman.com/product/camp-propane-grill/2000020928?contextCategory=27110#.VbmHZ_lViko

But looks like a beyotch to clean! 


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Hey Al,
You can get the replacement direct from Weber for about $30. They seem to have better prices for parts than most resellers. Here's your link: http://store.weber.com/parts/detail/portable/1061

I got flavorizer bars from them for my old grill and it works way better!
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Yeah, that just may be the way to go!  I like the size, easy to carry, great for quick meals without needing to start coals.  With a propane bottle re-filler, it's practically free to use too!


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  I've had mine now for about 20 years +/-  It has the flavor gizmo inside.  Its my camping staple when truck camping.  I like older ones, they have wooden handles.


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The new one sure are a big downgrade. It seems pretty dumb of them to turn a nice product into a POS.
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The new one sure are a big downgrade. It seems pretty dumb of them to turn a nice product into a POS.
The little Weber Q is nice, but no flavorizer bars and over a hundred dollars.
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The Weber Q is about as solid as they come for small portable gas grills.
I have one I use all the time and Zilla has one that I think is pre 1800's.  :smt044
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I had that exact grill and gave it to Ben last winter. Bought the Weber Q also. Love it.
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Cmon man,..charcoal is the way to go. Cooks hotter and dryer, has better flavor and your bonfire is ready to go after dinner :smt002 :smt044.Although,if you are in a hurry, propane is daMN HANDY


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I use a Weber Q100 and love it. Fits in the back of my Hobie Outback for picnics! We now have a dedicated mini-kayak with a cooler in the hold and BBQ on top!
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