NomadiQ BBQ

Frequently asked questions

  • 1 x BBQ
  • 1 x Gas hose with pressure distributor
  • 2 x Drip trays
  • 1 x Shoulder strap
  • 1 x Manual

The nomadiQ is made for barbecuing and grilling. The nomadiQ can also function as a cooker to set up pots and pans. By using the 2 separately operated grids, you can grill both slow and fast. On the one hand you can cook the meat at a low temperature, and on the other hand you can let the vegetables crisp at the desired temperature.

The nomadiQ operates on gas.

The nomadiQ is designed to be used anywhere. Due to its lightweight and compact design, the nomadiQ is easy to carry and store.

Check the manual and the Quick Guide on the handle of the nomadiQ!

PREPARATION

Step 1: Open the first locking mechanism by opening the foot underneath the base.

Step 4: Loosen both locking knobs.

Step 6: Re-tighten both locking knobs.

Step 7: Place the drip trays in the base of the bbq.

Step 8: Attach the quick connectors of the gas hose to each barbecue panel.

Step 9: Connect the gas bottle to the gas regulator and make sure that the appliance's control knobs are set to '0'.

* Refer to the 'Gas connection' section of the manual for further instructions regarding the gas connection.

DURING USE

Step 10: Open the valve by setting the control knob to the highest position. Wait a few seconds and press the igniter on the side of the bbq. This step can be applied to both barbecue panels and each panel can be operated separately.

Step 11: Turn the control knob to adjust the flame and temperature.

The nomadiQ is made of high quality aluminium parts. The base, lever and knobs are made of plastic material so that they don't become too hot.

5.6 kgTo keep your nomadiQ tidy, we recommend to clean the bbq intensively once a year / season. For intensive maintenance, the shell parts can be removed, so that the inside of the base can also be thoroughly cleaned from time to time. To do this, carefully follow the instructions and accompanying illustrations in the manual. The manual is supplied with the product (in the Gift box) but is also easy to download via www.nomadiQbbq.com.To keep your nomadiQ tidy, we recommend to clean the bbq intensively once a year / season. For intensive maintenance, the shell parts can be removed, so that the inside of the base can also be thoroughly cleaned from time to time. To do this, carefully follow the instructions and accompanying illustrations in the manual. The manual is supplied with the product (in the Gift box) but is also easy to download via www.nomadiQbbq.com.

Check the manual and the Quick Guide on the handle of the nomadiQ!

PREPARATION

Step 1: Open the first locking mechanism by opening the foot underneath the base.

Step 4: Loosen both locking knobs.

Step 6: Re-tighten both locking knobs.

Step 7: Place the drip trays in the base of the bbq.

Step 8: Attach the quick connectors of the gas hose to each barbecue panel.

Step 9: Connect the gas bottle to the gas regulator and make sure that the appliance's control knobs are set to '0'.

* Refer to the 'Gas connection' section of the manual for further instructions regarding the gas connection.

DURING USE

Step 10: Open the valve by setting the control knob to the highest position. Wait a few seconds and press the igniter on the side of the bbq. This step can be applied to both barbecue panels and each panel can be operated separately.

Step 11: Turn the control knob to adjust the flame and temperature.

The nomadiQ is ready for use within 2 minutes. Enjoy your meal!

This product is equipped as standard for disposable gas cartridges (gas bottles) that comply with the EN417 standard and have a screw connection. The gas cartridges / gas bottles should preferably contains butagas / butamix (isobutain). These gas bottles are offered in our web shop.

The nomadiQ BBQ is configured as standard for disposable gas cylinders (30 mbar with screw valve for butane/propane gas). Gas cylinders can be ordered in our own webshop. These are common gas bottles (disposable canisters) that are available at almost every DIY shop or outdoor shop. Think about it: Gamma, Intratuin, Decathlon, etc.

In addition to the standard portable configuration, the nomadiQ BBQ can also be configured for larger types of gas cylinders (e.g. on board a boat or in a motorhome or caravan) with a specially developed nomadiQ extension hose. This extension hose is available in our webshop.

Yes, the base of the nomadiQ is designed in such a way that it is stable, does not get hot and that the bbq can be set up anywhere without any worries.

When the temperature controller(s) are fully open, the bbq will be approximately 350 degrees in the middle of both grilles. On the sides about 300 degrees. On average the maximum temperature is 325 degrees.

Anything is possible but it takes a relatively long time to cook thick pieces of meat (2.5 cm+). Take your time. The nomadiQ is especially designed to prepare thinner pieces of meat, fish, vegetables, etc. simply and quickly.

We have prepared dishes with a chef for inspiration. These can be found on our website or on our nomadiQ bbq youtube channel.

The nomadiQ cools down after 10 minutes. Cleaning, folding and 'ready to go'.

CLEANING THE OUTSIDE

Make sure that the bbq has cooled down and can be touched safely before cleaning the outside. Lacquered and plastic parts can be cleaned with a mild detergent and a dry cloth (do not use scouring pads or aggressive detergents). We recommend that you first test the detergent on a small surface of the product. Never use paint thinners or similar solvents to clean the product and never pour cold water over hot surfaces. Make sure all surfaces are thoroughly dry before covering and storing the product.

INTERIOR CLEANING

Make sure that the bbq has cooled down and can be safely touched before cleaning the inside. You can clean the inside with water, a mild detergent and a soft sponge or cloth. The non-stick surfaces (inside of the barbecue panels) should be carefully cleaned with a slightly damp cloth. Use a wet sponge and/or soft brush with a little baking soda to remove stubborn dirt. You can remove the non-stick coated grids and easily clean them under the tap with water and a mild detergent. The grids are also dishwasher safe. All parts and surfaces must then be dried with a dry, soft cloth.

WARNING! The contact points in the barbecue panels near the burner are sharp. Be careful when cleaning to avoid injury.

To keep your nomadiQ tidy, we recommend to clean the bbq intensively once a year / season. For intensive maintenance, the shell parts can be removed, so that the inside of the base can also be thoroughly cleaned from time to time. To do this, carefully follow the instructions and accompanying illustrations in the manual. The manual is supplied with the product (in the Gift box) but is also easy to download here.

Of course this is possible. Separate parts can be purchased in our webshop under Spare Parts. Through our contact form you can ask us for advice. We will then indicate to what extent a part can be replaced ourselves.

Accessories and spare parts can be ordered via our webshop.

On the inside of the base of the nomadiQ. Lift both bowls, fold both bowls to one jug and look into the base.

On the official website of nomadiQ: www.nomadiQbbq.com.

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WARRANTY PERIODS

Base and bbq panels: 5 years, not rusted / burned through (2 years on the lacquer with the exception of fading or discolouration).

Stainless steel burner pipes: 5 years, not rusted / burnt through.

Aluminium grilles with non-stick coating: 5 years, not rusted / burnt through.

Plastic parts: 5 years with the exception of fading or discolouration.

All other parts: 2 years.

Send an e-mail to: info@nomadiQbbq.com.

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