Weber Q Model Comparison Chart


 

Christo C

TVWBB Member
Mark,

This table is fantastic. Thank you.

My back of the envelope calculations:

Q1xx is slightly larger than a Smokey Joe in cooking size

Q2xx is about the size of an 18.5 cooker

Q3xx is about the size of a 22.5 cook surface.

Size wise for cooking (at small size) - Go Anywhere > Smokey joe > Q100/120/1000/1200 > Jumbo Joe/18.5" weber > Q200/2000 series
 
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Ed P

TVWBB Diamond Member
Size wise for cooking (at small size) - Go Anywhere > Smokey joe > Q100/120/1000/1200 > Jumbo Joe/18.5" weber > Q200/2000 series
LOL I can tell you aren't a mathematician (by using the "greater than" symbol) (>)! But I get what you mean...thanks! That is an useful comparison, and one that I have not seen before.

Size wise for cooking (at small size) - Go Anywhere < Smokey joe < Q100/120/1000/1200 < Jumbo Joe/18.5" weber < Q200/2000 series
for the mathematical types.
 
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Christo C

TVWBB Member
LOL I can tell you aren't a mathematician (by using the "greater than" symbol) (>)! But I get what you mean...thanks! That is an useful comparison, and one that I have not seen before.

Size wise for cooking (at small size) - Go Anywhere < Smokey joe < Q100/120/1000/1200 < Jumbo Joe/18.5" weber < Q200/2000 series
for the mathematical types.
Oops - but yes that is what I meant going from smallest to largest. Thanks Ed for fixing up!

Actually the Smokey Joe has the smallest cooking area based on Weber's site - added some more models in as well

  1. Smokey Joe - 147 sq inches / 948 sq cm
  2. Go Anywhere - 160 sq inches / 1023 sq cm
  3. Q100/1000/120/1200 - 189 sq inches / 1219 sq cm
  4. Jumbo joe (18.5") - 240 sq inches / 1548 sq cm
  5. Q200/220/2000/2200 - 280 sq inches / 1806 sq cm
  6. Traveller - 320 sq inches / 2064 sq cm
  7. Kettle (22") - 363 sq inches / 2341 sq cm
  8. Q3200 - 468 sq inches / 3019 sq cm
 
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