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Weber Spirit II E‑310 3‑Burner Propane Gas Grill
MAIN BURNERS: BTU-PER-HOUR INPUT 30,000 DIMENSIONS - LID OPEN (INCHES) 57"H X 52"W X 26"D DIMENSIONS - LID CLOSED (INCHES) 44.5"H X 52"W X 27"D PRIMARY COOKING AREA (SQUARE INCHES) 424 WARMING RACK AREA (SQUARE INCHES) 105 TOTAL COOKING AREA (SQUARE INCHES) 529 WEIGHT (POUNDS) 114 STAINLESS STEEL BURNERS 3 FUEL TYPE LIQUID PROPANE (20 LB. TANK SOLD SEPARATELY) SIDE TABLES 2 DURABLE ALL-WEATHER WHEELS 2 TOOL HOOKS 6 BATTERY TYPE AA BATTERIES 1 GS4 GRILLING SYSTEM INFINITY IGNITION BURNERS PORCELAIN-ENAMELED FLAVORIZER BARS GREASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FEATURES PORCELAIN-ENAMELED, CAST-IRON COOKING GRATES PORCELAIN-ENAMELED LID IGRILL 3 READY BUILT-IN LID THERMOMETER FOLD-DOWN LEFT SIDE TABLE OPEN CART DESIGN FUEL GAUGE - LP MODELS ONLY STAINLESS STEEL HEAT DEFLECTOR PANEL FRAME LEFT TABLE DOWN WIDTH - 42 INCHES
Step up your grilling game with the Spirit II E-310 gas grill. This three burner grill has a spacious grilling area and convenient side tables for placing serving trays, and tool hooks for hanging your tongs and spatula. With the powerful GS4 grilling system and iGrill capability, you're already set up for BBQ success.
Weber Spirit II E‑310 3‑Burner Propane Gas Grill is rated out of 5 by 47.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Capt Joe from B+ but fix that flimsy folding table Great grill. Holds temperature very well. Good grease drain so no flare ups or fires. But do not attempt to move this grill especially on a grass or dirt surface. It seems there was no thought whatsoever how to secure the folding table so one may safely roll the grill in and out of a garage for instance. The grill has no handles or anywhere to grab, and the folding table is way too flimsy to safely roll the grill on its wheels. Too bad. Because of this, I would not consider another
Date published: 2018-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by jon b 1@3 from THE BEST GRILL This is my third weber grill. The first two are still working but have been given to relatives. My new grill works very well. It heats up quickly. The cooking grates are very sturdy and easy to clean. The body is sturdy and all of the components work well. I keep it inside my garage so it should last for many years. I know from experience that replacement parts are easy obtained if necessary. My only complaint is that set up for wheeling it from place to place is a little less sturdy than I would like but it is passable. I have owned other grills and I would never consider anything but a weber.
Date published: 2018-03-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by griller100000 from grill The side tables are a little too small. Most importantly, however, is the fact that without wheels on all four legs, the grill cannot be rolled. The side with no wheels has no real place to grip and lift it to roll on the other two. The side table when up nd locked and when folded down is really not a good place to lift the grill.
Date published: 2018-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by jfoster195 from Great Choice I replaced my 10 year old Genesis 3 burner model with this one about a month ago. The cooking surface on this new Spirit II 310 is very close in size to my old Genesis. I like the traditional open base design as opposed to the cabinet style popular today, I expect this will be better for not trapping moisture. From a use standpoint, I have had better luck with Weber than any other brand.....consistent every time. The only thing I don't like is there is no handle to assist in moving it around, I assume because the folding shelf is in the way.
Date published: 2018-03-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by D in FL from I liked the design of my old Spirit E-310 better The current design is ok. My old grill (Spirit E-310) had four wheels and was easy to move around on my patio. The new style grill w/ the collapsible shelve doesn't provide any support when moving the grill around. The shelve should have a lock in position. I also preferred when the burners ran from side to side on my old Weber compared to front to back on the new one.
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by MD77 from Fantastic Grill I brought the Spirit II E-310 about a month ago. I have had several Weber grills. The last grill lasted 11 years with very little needing to be replaced. Mainly the grates. Thus far, the Spirit II E-310 has been great. Steaks, chicken and ribs all turned out wonderful. The 10 year warranty is a plus. But for the cost, the iGrill3 should be included.
Date published: 2018-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sp1d3ysam from Nice Grillin Machine I bought my first Weber about 30 days ago. I can immediately see why they are so popular. My first observation is that this grill stays at consistent temperatures unlike lesser grills. Very pleased with the disposable drip pans and they way the propane tank attaches. I’m considering the iGrill 3 to make this grill even better.
Date published: 2018-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by mma2 from My 2nd Weber Spirit in 25 Years! Purchased a Weber Spirit 2 burner grill 25 years ago and it still works like new today (one set of new burners, one set of SSteel grills/flavorizer bars, a few igniters over the years). Needed a larger 3 burner grill for entertaining, so bought this new 3 burner version. The E-310 is improved in nearly every way. Taller lid so that I can cook vertical "beer can chickens," greatly improved grease collection system, 3 powerful burners, two usable side tables, the temperature gauge is finally in the right place (the middle of the lid instead of on the side), much better igniter system, much smoother burner controls that can make finer adjustments, no more rubber end plugs on the chassis (which used to fall out after a few years), much improved gas gauge, and I prefer the "open cart" design of the area under the grill vs. the enclosed pedestal with doors found on some Weber models (hard to keep clean of bugs, etc.). IMO, the very best feature of this Weber is that it has a much larger area for indirect heat cooking (roasts, ribs, ham, fish). Very useful! Reliability: I expect this one to last as long as my previous Spirit, which is still happily grilling for my son's family! Cons? Just one that prevents me from giving a 5 star rating; the left side table folds down and is supposed to be used as when moving the grill (one hand on either side and lift to put the grill on its wheels to move like a cart). This mechanism needs serious redesign, the table will pop out of its upper locking lugs no matter how carefully this is done. Moving the grill using this side table will eventually damage the table so that it will not lock. And I need to move our grill each time that it is used. [One more Con that is not really about the grill, Weber's grill cleaning sprays and non-stick cooking sprays don't work very well.]
Date published: 2018-04-17
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