With the threat of layoffs looming large for many of us, big-ticket purchases are the first to get nixed. So, if you'd been putting off the purchase of a grill, you may have decided that you just can't justify the $400 or so a decent setup costs.
And while it's true that a full-size monster cooking station starts at $400 and runs as high as $2,000, unless you're regularly cooking up whole cows to feed a crowd, you can get by with less. Imagine the great taste of barbecue in your backyard for under $200. And if you like what you're envisioning, then check out the Weber Q200 portable propane grill.
Set up the Q200 in your yard and enjoy its 280-square inch cooking area--plenty of room for over a dozen burgers, a couple of chickens, or whatever else your family's hungering for. The cast-iron grill grate gives you the performance you want in a grill--no chrome-plated nonsense here.
And because this grill is portable, take it on your beach getaways and savor the work surfaces on the sides--you'll keep your tools sand-free.
This portable grill is truly powerful enough to hold its own as your primary barbecue space, and for the price, you can't beat it.