Originally Posted by ependydad
I'm leaning towards the O-grill, but I'm a little concerned about the size of the grilling surface. The Weber Q100 was just too small. The Q200 seemed like a good size
I just wish I could see an O-Grill locally.
I think the mid sized Weber Q 200 I had was 280 sq. in., where the small O-grill I have is 164 sq. in. They make bigger one's though this one
is 225 sq. in.
We bought ours at camping world, so you could see one there.
I think they only had the smaller one's though.
The big difference is size and weight, the medium Weber Q is about 44lbs where the larger sized O-Grill is like 24lbs (mine is probably 18-20lbs) and folds up much smaller. When we had our 5ver we were always on sites where the front was low, and it hurt my back getting the Weber out of the front compartment while bent over.
Our small O-grill is good for probably 8 burgers and a few hot dogs so I can cook for 4-6 people easy enough. More than that and I'd be cooking while people are eating which is no problem.