Originally Posted by reetired
Weber Baby Q.. we love ours! Very easy to store...set up is screwing in the propane
tank in. Table top or handy cart which also folds down. The baby Q has more than enough grill space.
I too had a Weber Baby Q for many years. I loved the way it cooked, and the amount of room it had for a small unit. But, alas, it finally succumbed to old age and it wasn't worth rebuilding it. The parts would have cost as much as a new one. I like the fact that the Dickenson unit is stainless steel and easy to clean and maintain. No regrets on having had the Weber, but I really like the Dickenson a bit more now that I have it.