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Napoleon Travel Q Portable Gas Grill $159.99 online $149.99 in-store

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[Costco] Napoleon Travel Q Portable Gas Grill $159.99 online $149.99 in-store

If you are on the fence about a small portable grill then this is the time to buy. These small Travel-Q can take a beating and last a surprisingly long time. Mine has lasted 10 years with no issues. Buy it in-store if possible for $149.99 and remember....its Costco so buy with confidence!

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This is a good bbq, I’ve had mine for about 6 years now and performs like it did brand new. I use to mainly for camping and the odd time at home for a quick burger/hot dog meal.
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Can you hook up a regular propane tank or have to use those small canisters?
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Nov 5, 2017
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lg777 wrote: Can you hook up a regular propane tank or have to use those small canisters?
It takes the smaller, disposable canisters. You can buy an adapter to fit the larger propane tanks from Canadian Tire or elsewhere for about $25.
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Did these come back in stock at everyone’s Costco or did they disappear and come back?
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Mar 25, 2017
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Good deal. I was deciding between this and the Weber q1200. At this price I probably would have gone for it given it’s easier to carry then the Weber.
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Nov 6, 2013
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Montreal, QC
I've had this for a couple of years -- works well. Does anyone know where I can find the accompanying stand for a decent price? Costco used to carry it, but they didn't this year -- I asked. And everywhere else sells the stand for $99!
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Anyone use an adapter to allow for a 20lb tank with these before? Any recommendations for the adapter?
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How many Kirkland burgers fit on this bad boy?
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I got the Homedepot version of this for 99.00 Is this a better deal?
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Got one during the first pandemic. Was eyeing for it to be markdown and I found it @ 149.98 (manager special).
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pitabread wrote: Anyone use an adapter to allow for a 20lb tank with these before? Any recommendations for the adapter?
I bought the Charbroil universal adapter ($21,95) from Rona for my Weber q2200 when my Weber adapter s small plastic piece broke. Universal cheaper by half the price and no plastic piece that can break .
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This is a great deal.
But I'm a Weber fan boy so I can't buy this lol.
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Nov 19, 2020
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I bought this yesterday on a whim, looking forward to trying it out
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onapping wrote: I got the Homedepot version of this for 99.00 Is this a better deal?
What's the home depot version lol
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Just throwing this out there...

This model is single burner, so you cannot cook things at different temperatures at the same time.

For this reason, I went with this model instead, but it's not in the same price range. (It does however come with an X cart, making it portable if so desired)

I have mine connected to a 20lb tank.

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