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This looks awesome.Stefan, I just did a Q3200 in green from the local Green Bay Packer Fans.
I will be posting tomorrow evening unless a specific customer claims it first.
I agree with that. I have a Q1200 that I got for camping. Originally was really trying to get something cheaper as I only do it a few times a year and wasn't sure how often I'd cook.Speaking as a relative rookie: the Q series is a hard sell until they are field tested, lol. I friggin' love them but would never have bought one just simply by looking at a pic or display. I'm happy for you that yours sold!
I think this is a problem in general. People love stainless steel grills. And they need to be cheap. Underlying quality and brand name are not that important anymore. This might also be the reason why the old style Weber grills don't sell that well in my area anymore. I am having more and more problems selling these old refurbished ones. They are not stylish enough. Why paying $200 for a restored old fashioned grill when you can get a new shiny SS grill for the same price. No one cares about durability anymore. Our home improvement stores have 20 -50 el-cheapo grill sitting in front of their doors but only a handful of Weber grills inside.However, in the age where 4 burner full size stainless grills at walmart are under $200.... a little portable aluminum grill for $210 new is a tougher sell. also in the world of grilling, they're an optional, secondary or tertiary grill, not a main grill; so the audience, in general, is smaller.
$210 seems to be the regular price by me. maybe if you talk to a dealer they'll come down, but they don't appear to run "sales" on them. Target I think when they used to carry them would clear them out at the end of the season, but by me, they don't carry them anymore.$210 for a new Q1200 is too much. They can be had for $180 pretty regular. That being said, I still wouldn't pay that. Find a used one for $25 and throw a new $50 grate on it and you have a seasoned grill for under $100. In the winter is when I use my q200 the most. I have a Q100 for the camper but that stays in the camper. I have Q200 on the deck for quick and small cooks which is most of them. In the winter, it is just easier than running out the drive way every 5 minutes to flip a chicken breast, steak or burger.