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Weber One touch

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WeberFan1, Walmart
11 October 2014
  • Summary: Love this new, larger, bbq. I can fit more ribs, steaks or burgers on it. I can't wait to do the Thanksgiving turkey on it.
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MicMaster, Walmart
31 July 2014
  • Summary: Plenty of room to put a number of different foods on that cook at different speeds. so your meal is done at the same time. Bigger is better. The first time you slide the dome into its holder, that's when you know you have the right tool for the job.The ash pot, all you can say is "nice" no mess no dust.
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HappyBBQ, Walmart
9 July 2013
  • Summary: I recently convinced my wife that I needed a charcoal grill to go along with our gas grill. The last Weber Grill I owned was a Smokey Joe and I loved how it cooked so purchasing a Weber was a no brainer. I looked at their 22.5 One Touch Gold and was tempted with all of the attachements you can buy (rotisserie, sear grates, etc.) but I opted to get the 26.75 diameter grill mainly because it is about 1.5 more times larger than the 22.5.
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SenatorSnort, Walmart
13 June 2013
  • Summary: Weber has an affordable winner for those of us that prefer charcoal grilling
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CM85, Walmart
4 December 2012
  • Summary: Got the unit on Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Huge! I've had the 22" model for years but it's difficult to do a 24 pound bird on it so I decided to go big. Ordered it on Monday and paid $36 to get 2 day delivery which I thought was very reasonable compared to what Amazon wanted. Lid was a little out of round and had a couple of dings. Called Weber and the rep was very nice. They are sending me a new lid.
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Weber One Touch Gold - The nicest little grill!

reginafug, epinions.com
18 April 2012
  • Summary: A well-made kettle grill. Easy to use and clean-up is a breeze. Should provide many years of enjoyable grilling.
  • Pros: Well-made grill... easy to use
  • Cons: Plastic wheels, but this in turn, makes the grill light.
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Charcoal Grill with a Built-in Ash Catcher -- the Weber One-Touch Gold

dlstewart, epinions.com
22 August 2011
  • Summary: Weekend charcoal grill users will probably find this Weber One-Touch Gold Charcoal Grill easy to use. However, there are some things to consider. Weber customer service was terrific.
  • Pros: lid and kettle bowl well made, it has an ash catcher, hinged grill grate
  • Cons: wheel assembly, no work or prep area
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User Review

BBQguy2, Walmart
10 May 2011
  • Summary: Weber has outdone themselves. While only about four inches wider than their best-selling kettle, the new 26.75" kettle has 40% more grill space. Charcoal baskets make indirect cooking a cinch, there is an excellent thermometer, they have added a heat baffle so you can open the lid safely bare handed, and there is a well designed holder to place the lid in effortlessly. I've had it a week and cooked on it five nights.
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King of the Kettles

choade, epinions.com
18 January 2011
  • Summary: You will be cooking year round so always make sure to cover the grill after it has cooled to help maintain the grill.
  • Pros: Easiest cleanup for charcoal grill & great flavor!
  • Cons: Vent on the lid are hot be careful when closing after cooking
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Value for money 6
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Maxedout99, Walmart
31 December 2010
  • Summary: The Weber Grill arrived so out of round that the cover would not fit on the the grill. Using a large woodworkers clamp I was able to straighten it out. If you are using natural charcoal instead of briquets I recommend getting some steel 1/4 inch opening hardware cloth to keep the smaller pieces from falling through the grate to the bottom of the grill. This grill cooks great and gets hotter than my old gas grill.
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