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Old 03-04-2015, 12:14 AM   #141
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Learn something everyday, here's one of the smokeless propane grills that I can understand. I imagine you have 2 things to clean after using it, such a deal for $225.

Element Smokeless BBQ brings the joys of grilling inside
The one we bought is like that but much simpler .....and way cheaper $35. ( seems like plenty for what it is though .....shall see )
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Old 03-04-2015, 12:25 AM   #142
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So Gabi, you doing up brats for supper in Osoyoos? That we, I can rate its performance too.
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Old 03-04-2015, 07:03 AM   #143
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I've got the Weber Q1000. I use it year 'round at home and we always take it camping. They're around $200.00 Canadian dollars. I can't see the point in 'upgrading'. It lights first time every time and has now for 7 years!
Yep. I love my Q100 Webers. I say Webers because one camping trip about 3 years ago we are @ 800 miles from home and realize we forgot to bring our primary cooking appliance. A quick trip to Camping World and a $149 Visa charge rectified the situation. Had to use it with 1 lb cylinders, but that grill is now stored in the box it came in. It is ready in the event the second Q100 which I converted to low pressure (a few dollars for readily available fittings) a few years back ever gives up the ghost. I believe it is somewhere around 8 years old and is still running strong and it too, starts every time as long as I don't forget to turn on the gas!
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they sell a low pressure conversion kit, SOL-SALPC Low Pressure Propane Conversion
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Old 03-04-2015, 11:04 AM   #145
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So Gabi, you doing up brats for supper in Osoyoos? That we, I can rate its performance too.
Bratwurst .....with poutine on the side............
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Bratwurst .....with poutine on the side............
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Oh, and some good sauerkraut too please.
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they sell a low pressure conversion kit, SOL-SALPC Low Pressure Propane Conversion
We just got a Q1000 and have ordered the quick connect with hose to be delivered with our trailer. The low pressure conversion kit also includes the hose and quick connect so that would be redundant. What parts do I need to convert a Q1000 from high pressure to low pressure assuming I have the Escape "Exterior propane quick connect with 12' propane hose and adapter"?
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ummm ......sorry false alarm ......no microwave - no poutine ....we are actually more of the Bratwurst with Kartoffelsalat variety.........that big open mouth is a little scary......
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........that big open mouth is a little scary......
And it's depleting the world-wide supply of pixels.
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