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  Reply # 1886353 19-Oct-2017 17:05
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dclegg:

 

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The Mrs suggested I research the Goldairs but I haven't seen too many positive comments around them.

 

Does the Weber Q3200 have a rotisserie option? 

 

 


Yes, but it's a $299 upgrade.

 

 

The main reason I have not bought a Weber. No realistic rotisserie option.

 

Plus I do use a side burner occasionally, something else a Weber can't do.

 

 


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  Reply # 1886356 19-Oct-2017 17:09
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I want one of these: https://www.bbqgrills.co.nz/product/daniel-boone-pellet-grill/

 

 

 

Need some more pellets for mine!

 

 

Can't use it if you have no power. No good if you live in an area that is has frequent and lengthy power cuts :)

 

 


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  Reply # 1886435 19-Oct-2017 20:34
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I have a Weber q 2000 and also had paint bubble on the lid. Took a couple of pics and sent the serial number to Weber nz. Had my replacement lid within 3 days. Can't rate Weber support highly enough.

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  Reply # 1886598 20-Oct-2017 00:58
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djtOtago:

sonyxperiageek:


MackinNZ:


I want one of these: https://www.bbqgrills.co.nz/product/daniel-boone-pellet-grill/




Need some more pellets for mine!



Can't use it if you have no power. No good if you live in an area that is has frequent and lengthy power cuts :)


 



Actually haven't used it for a year now because of all the crap weather! But yes, power is required in addition to pellets, which makes me think if it's still worth it than just using a gas BBQ.




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  Reply # 1886611 20-Oct-2017 05:55
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dclegg:

 

gished:

 

Ouch!

 



Yep. We use our current BBQs for rotisseries all the time, so we did pony up the cash for that, despite the exorbitant cost. 

 

 

Out of interest what do you cook on the rotisserie that you can't use the roasting tray for?


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  Reply # 1886623 20-Oct-2017 07:54
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I would have a look at the new bbq's from Heston Blumenthal - available from mitre 10 mega

 

https://www.everdurebyheston.com/


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  Reply # 1886642 20-Oct-2017 08:26
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dickytim:

 

 

 

Out of interest what do you cook on the rotisserie that you can't use the roasting tray for?

 

 

Probably nothing. We do whole chickens, and beef, pork, and lamb rolls.

I do love how (once you get your timings dialed in), rotisserie is pretty much "set and forget". Although, having to turn a chunk a meat a time or two is hardly THAT burdensome. Guess it comes down to being a creature of habit.


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  Reply # 1887215 21-Oct-2017 08:22
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dclegg:

 

dickytim:

 

 

 

Out of interest what do you cook on the rotisserie that you can't use the roasting tray for?

 

 

Probably nothing. We do whole chickens, and beef, pork, and lamb rolls.

I do love how (once you get your timings dialed in), rotisserie is pretty much "set and forget". Although, having to turn a chunk a meat a time or two is hardly THAT burdensome. Guess it comes down to being a creature of habit.

 

 

With the Weber Q, you don't have to turn the meat on the roasting tray - so just as easy as a rotisserie. 


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  Reply # 1887231 21-Oct-2017 09:17
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dafman:

 

 

 

With the Weber Q, you don't have to turn the meat on the roasting tray - so just as easy as a rotisserie. 

 



Yeah, I see that. The one regret I have is pulling the trigger on the rotisserie right away.

But I believe I saw that it's possible to pair it with the vegetable rack underneath for awesome veges roasted in the juice of the cooking meat. That would almost make it worth the price of admission. :-)


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  Reply # 1887410 21-Oct-2017 15:37
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Had the normal gas BBQ for years before going to a Weber kettle charcoal BBQ - will never go back, absolutely brilliant.





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  Reply # 1887635 22-Oct-2017 07:19
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I've just started looking for a new BBQ too and honestly didn't know where to start until i saw this post a few days ago. Great to see so many positive reviews on Weber Q 2200, sounds perfect for our needs and might be just where we start looking.  Thanks GZ community for sharing!


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  Reply # 1887636 22-Oct-2017 07:27
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Maybe, but what are the Webers like for cooking steak - do you really need to use them with the lid down?

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  Reply # 1887643 22-Oct-2017 07:50
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Davy: Maybe, but what are the Webers like for cooking steak - do you really need to use them with the lid down?

 

 

 

they cook great and yes


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  Reply # 1887647 22-Oct-2017 08:16
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Just bought my Weber Q 2200 + half hot plate. Absolutely amazing. For me the biggest thing is that food on any edge of BBQ was cooked the same as in the center.

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