Cook up to 18 burgers, 36 hot dogs, or 2 whole chickens at a time with this portable gas grill. The unit features dual stainless-steel burners, a 21,700 BTU-per-hour input, and 462 square inches of total cooking space, plus a 69-square-inch warming rack for heating up buns or keeping already cooked food warm. The grill electronically ignites at the push of a button for easy, reliable lighting, and its infinitely adjustable burner valve with a high-quality regulator makes it simple to control the heat. Other design details include two porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates; a removable catch pan; and a cast-aluminum lid and body with a sturdy glass-reinforced nylon frame. The grill also provides a taller lid profile with a center-mounted thermometer, Grill Out handle light, and large weather-resistant handle. Even more, the unit supplies two removable folding worktables with tool hooks, and it bolts onto the included stationary cart, which offers rolling wheels for smooth mobility and a screen to hide the propane tank. An adapter hose comes included for connecting the grill to a standard 20-pound LP tank (not included). Not sure what to grill first? Weber throws in a handy recipe booklet for getting started. With the lid open and the tables folded down, the grill measures 22 by 36-1/2 by 55-1/2 inches and carries a five-year limited warranty.
Weber 586002 Q 320 Features:
– The Weber Q320 portable propane gas grill comes with 2 stainless-steel burners and has an input of 21,700 BTU-per-hour
– This grill has 462-square-inches of total cooking space, and 69-square-inch warming rack
– It includes electronic ignition, infinite-control burner valves, and 2 folding worktables with tool hooks
– This grill operates on a standard 20-pounds propane tank (sold separately) and comes with stationary cart and recipe booklet
– Measures 22 by 36-1/2 by 55-1/2 inches; 5-year limited warranty
By Gochiso Gourmet
“Originally planned on gettin’ the Weber Summit S-320 but at $980 (the cost of livin’ in paradise), it was pricey enough to give pause. Decided on the Q 300 when I realized that I would only be cookin’ for a dozen at most. Locally, the Q 300 was priced at $377. When I discovered that Amazon had the upgraded 300 series for $18 less, I jumped at the opportunity. And $0.01 shipping – 2 day FedEx no less – made it a sweeter deal.
This compact grill heats faster and cooks better than any $300 big box model, even if said model is rated at > 40,000 btu and the Q 320 is “only” 21,700 btu. Sears steaks and veges like no one’s business and also does great roasting with the burners turned down. A snap to assemble (no cussing required) and also pleasing to the eye.
If you’re looking for your 1st grill, get the Q 320. If you’re looking for a replacement grill, get the Q 320. If don’t need a grill but have $359.01 lying around, get the Q 320.”
Better version of the Q300
By D. Thompson
“I just received my grill so this is not a performance review. For a performance review, check out the many positive reviews on the Q300 model. When I was reading the reviews on the Q300, people loved it. But a few mentioned that they would like a warming shelf, electronic ignition, or light. The great thing about Weber is that they quickly responded by adding those features to the Q320. I liked what I heard about the Q300, so with the improvements, I decided to move up. I put it together in about an hour using the easy to follow instructions. I look forward to a great grilling experience when the weather gets a little warmer. An update: I have now used the grill a few times and it is as good as others have reported the Q300 to be. I really like the electronic ignition. Turn on the gas, push the button, click, click, and you’re in business. It heats up fast and leaves great grill marks. I also like the grill cover. It’s designed for the Q300 but fits the Q320 just fine, in case you wondered.”
If you’re looking for your 1st grill, get the Q 320. If you’re looking for a replacement grill, get the Q 320.