Blacksmith Camping Supplies Australian Made Weber Baby Q BBQ Bag
Details & Specs
If your camp kitchen isn’t the same without your BBQ - protect it on your adventures with the Australian Made Weber Q BBQ Bag from Blacksmith Camping Supplies.
Made in Australia from Military-grade Dynaproofed™ 505gsm Australian-made canvas, the bag is UV-resistant, breathable, and rotproof. Open the flip-top lid using the smooth heavy-duty spiral YKK zip, which glides around the edges to secure your BBQ. With a durable core spun poly/cotton thread stitched design, the reinforced 38mm webbing handles also provide support when carrying. Two handles on each side also allow ease for two people to carry, or hoist from compactly packed car boots. To maintain good interior condition, the premium quality, 670gsm tear-stop PVC insert is both reinforced and spread-coated with gloss acrylic lacquer. Developed by HVG, this PVC boasts the highest quality resins, UV stabilisers, fire retardant inhibitors to protect from the outdoor elements too, meanwhile easy to clean.
Sized to fit the separately available Weber Baby Q (Q1000, Q1000N, Q1200, & Q1200N) BBQ's, the bag can also be used as a general, rugged carry bag. Reliably transport your barbeque on your outdoor expeditions, in the Weber Q BBQ Bag from Blacksmith Camping Supplies.
Fits the separately available Weber Baby Q (Q1000, Q1000N, Q1200, & Q1200N)
Can also be used as a general carry bag
Weber Baby Q | Q1000, Q1000N, Q1200, & Q1200N
In Use Dimensions:
67L x 40W x 37H cm
45L x 36W x 4H cm
Military−grade Dynaproofed™ 505gsm Australian Canvas (52% Polyester 48% Cotton) | Australian Made 680gsm PVC Tarpaulin | Corespun Polycotton Thread | YKK Zippers | 38mm Nylon Webbing
Blacksmith baby q bag1 answer
Hi there, like the bag ,just wondering if you can tell me the volume, or litres of storage ,thanks.
Brian Dorrian - Melbourne, VIC(1 year ago)
We dont have a volume capacity on these bags, but the external dimensions are similar to duffle bags we have in our range, around the 90L mark. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
blacksmiths bad1 answer
could this be used as a storage bag?im thinking of replacing my plastic crates with these, which would you recommend
alex - Blackheath, NSW (1 year ago)
Yeah, you absolutely could use these as storage bags. I reckon the Voyager Bag would be the better option, it's a touch smaller and better suited to carrying a random assortment of stuff in. I say they're closer to a super large drawer bag, whereas this one is a bit more like a duffle bag.