What To Know About The Weber Traveler

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I am very excited for this new Weber Traveler grill, as a person who is out and about, I’m happy to be able to take my show on the road now and produce some awesome meals while camping, at events and more. Watch as Ace's Grilling Expert, Chef Jason, unboxes this portable grill and shows you all the features and benefits.

What's In The Box

  • Owners Manual
  • Box with Cooking Grates
  • Drip Pan with Liner
    • This is the same drip pan that can fit in your normal sized Weber Grill
  • Bag containing Axle Block, cotter pins and hub caps (wheel covers)
  • Wheels with Axle
  • Weber Traveler Grill

Grill Features

  • 13,000 BTU Main Burner
  • Runs Off 1lb Liquid Propane Tank (Adapter for 20# Tank is available)
  • 320 SQ IN. Cooking Grate Surface
  • 184 sq in Side Table Work Surface
  • One Hand Setup/Collapse
  • Porcelain-Enameled Cast Iron Cooking Grates
  • Durable All Weather Wheels
  • Tools Hooks
  • Grease Management System
  • Built in Lid Thermometer
  • Automatic Lid Lock

Set Up

  1. Be sure to read the owners manual before set up and ease of assembly
  2. Take items out of the box and unwrap them from their packaging
  3. There are apps, such as Weber's that can help you find out how to build your grill
  4. Slide the axel into their holes
  5. Add the wheels and make sure they are locked in. Cover with the center cap
  6. Do the same process to the other side
  7. Unlock the red tab, grab the red handle on the bottom, lift up, then lock into place
  8. To collapse, lift the red handle out and up, and it collapses and locks on its own


  • Tailgating
  • Camping
  • RV’ing
  • Kids Sporting Events
  • Portable Cooking Needs
It's hard to not get excited about such a cool item like this!
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Published on 3/24/2021.

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