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Reply #10 - Apr 29th, 2019 at 8:45pm

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I'm with you Huey. Baby Q all the way. l am still learning how to use it properly, but love the speed at which it cooks with the lid closed. l wish l had the option of using a full flat plate though, unfortunately.
 

Its not burnt. Just really well done.
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Reply #11 - Apr 30th, 2019 at 9:28am

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paulhenry wrote on Apr 29th, 2019 at 8:45pm:
l wish l had the option of using a full flat plate though, unfortunately.


I have never seen a need for the full plate cooking for just Maggie and myself however if you want one CAMPAQUIP make a full cast iron plate for the Weber Q.  Not cheap though.

https://www.campaquip.com.au/
 

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Reply #12 - Apr 30th, 2019 at 10:54pm

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Thanks for the link Derek. I have spoken to this company regarding a full plate and they were out of stock when l rang. They were getting more in within a month or so but during that time, l spoke with a webber salesman who informed me that webber don't make one themselves because they could "trap" too much heat and actually warp the bbq itself.  The salesman also said using one and warping it voided any warranty and was easily detected. Hence my fear of getting one.
 

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Reply #13 - May 1st, 2019 at 4:23pm

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paulhenry wrote on Apr 30th, 2019 at 10:54pm:
Thanks for the link Derek. I have spoken to this company regarding a full plate and they were out of stock when l rang. They were getting more in within a month or so but during that time, l spoke with a webber salesman who informed me that webber don't make one themselves because they could "trap" too much heat and actually warp the bbq itself.  The salesman also said using one and warping it voided any warranty and was easily detected. Hence my fear of getting one.


That has been an argument from Weber for a long time yet there are thousands of the full plates out there. 

Have you had a look at the Facebook Group - Weber BBQ Addicts Page.

If so ask the question about them on there.  A lot of them have been using them for quite a few years.
 

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We got a plate from Also...had to bend the handles up a bit to let the lid close...plus we bought a stack of alfoil trays from a $2 shop which we used to cook chicken in and other veggies...just as good as Weber brand and very cheap
 
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Grrrr  also is Aldi
 
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Reply #16 - May 2nd, 2019 at 8:56pm

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this week Aldi  about $15
 

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I see Aldi also have this design at the same price on Wednesday next week.

This one is reversible.

 

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