Compact and portable
Long lasting and durable
More affordable than other BBQs
Larger Weber BBQs may be more effective
Unreliable & dangerous.
Our weber goes out all the time... several times in a row. Gas continues to flow under lid.. dangerous if we hit the ignition button!
Purchased in 2018 for $ 329 dollars.
Purchased in April 2018 at Wangaratta for A$329.00.
Broke down after minimal use
We bought a baby q to be our second bbq (we also have a charcoal / smoker). We’ve used it occasionally for steaks and sausages when in a hurry. It was ok until the gas hose started leaking. Luckily we heard the hiss and nobody was injured. We’ve only had the bbq for 4 years so I was a bit surprised that it failed. The worst part though was trying to buy a replacement gas hose. I visited a Weber stockist, only to be told I needed the serial number and receipt if I wanted to purchase any parts. When I asked why I was told that Weber wanted to tra...ck me. On the web site there is also no ability to purchase parts or even get a part number. I had to hand over my personal details including my home address and phone number in order to even contact support. Completely disturbed by this and certain I will never buy a Weber again.
Purchased in December 2016.
Doesn't get hot enough!
I like our Baby Q (Q100) which is great for steaks and snags, but it doesn't get hot enough for crackling on a roast pork. Tried many times without success. If there is the slightest breeze around, it even struggles with a few steaks on and ends up broiling them rather than grilling. It needs a bit more oomph!!
Most over rated BBQ
We purchased our Weber based on reviews from other people for our caravan. I would say DON'T it is the most over rated BBQ ever.
We also own any other brand BBQ for home that does a much better job.
The trivet tray does not do what it claims even after following directions as instructed by Weber.
Purchased in March 2018 for A$329.00.
Absolutely useless and overpriced.
The Baby Q is good for a lot of things - great even cooking as a BBQ. But for Pizza - using the overpriced accessory - it is absolutely useless - not hot enough and stews it to death.
Purchased in August 2019.
Questions & Answers
Are you guys going to bring out a retrofit for the Baby Q for a flame out sensor.? There are a lot of us who have this model and use off a bayonet fitting from the van / motor home.
Now with new Australian regulations, this is no longer legal and I will be mightily annoyed if I have to replace the Que with another brand that does comply.
We have a weber baby q and the temp on low setting is still around 180 how can you get it lower
Can this be used with the small screw on non-refillable gas cylinders like Coleman Lightweight 1 lb LPG Bottle in Australia?
The popular Weber Baby Q Series is recommended for outdoor areas with limited space. This is a portable BBQ that you can take on holidays without it weighing you down.
- Compact BBQ designed for travel but still large enough to roast a whole chicken
- More affordable than other Weber BBQs, which are usually around $100 more expensive
- Stainless steel burner tubes provide an even distribution of heat
- Available in red, black and cream
Points of praise for the Weber Baby Q Series:
- Winner of the ProductReview Award for the BBQ category for multiple years in a row, proving to be a reliable and trustworthy choice for consumers
- Longevity was a point of praise amongst reviewers - with one reviewer claiming that they had been using their Weber Baby Q for the past 13 years
- Many reviewers loved to take their BBQ camping, reporting that it was the perfect size.
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