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The Weber Spirit E-210 is a gas grill constructed from a fully-enclosed stainless steel cart.

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Good price point

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Higher quality grill then other ones in similar price range

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May be too small for some users

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The Weber Spirit E-210 is a gas grill constructed from a fully-enclosed stainless steel cart with stainless steel doors and a porcelain-enameled shroud. The first model in the Weber Spirit series, the Spirit E-210 features a cooking system with 2 stainless steel burners that burn at 26,000 BTU per hour. Plus the Spirit E-310 houses a 528 square inch cooking area including a 350 sq. in. primary cooking area, a 108 sq. in. warming-rack, and a 70 sq. in. warm-up basket area. In addition, the Spirit E-210 includes a Crossover ignition system that lights the entire grill with the push of one button, not to mention a Flavorizer bar that eliminates grease-fueled glare-ups by vaporizing fat and juices as soon as they hit the bars. The Spirit E-210 also comes equipped with rugged/weather-resistant Crackproof wheels, a removable thermostat, right/left hand condiment baskets, three tool holders, a precision fuel gauge, a 10-foot flexible hose, and even a Weber cookbook. The Weber Spirit E-210 retails for $299.99 and comes with a limited lifetime warranty that provides coverage for the castings and the shroud for up to 25 years.

  • Available as either a Natural Gas or Propane grill
  • 2 Stainless steel burners
  • 26,000 BTU-per-hour input
  • Crossover ignition system
  • Porcelain-enameled cooking grates
  • Porcelain-enameled Flavorizer bars
  • Primary cooking area = 350 sq. in.
  • Warming rack area = 108 sq. in.
  • Warm-Up basket area = 70 sq. in.
  • Total cooking area = 528 sq. in.
  • Tank not included with LP models
  • Natural gas grill includes 10-foot flexible hose
  • Dimensions w/Lid Open (H x W x D): 59.5 x 51.5 x 28”
  • 3 Tool holders
  • Right-hand and left-hand condiment baskets
  • Precision fuel gauge
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Terri C
05/20/2014 03:16

No, this IS an E-210. We have this model...purchased in 2009. The newer E-210 has the knobs in the front and no condiment baskets on the side. The grates on this older one lay side by side, and this newer one they lay front to back. Makes no sense they would have used the same model number on something completely different, but they did. I will say its held up well, and we are just now....5 yrs later needing to purchase new flavorizer bars and new grates. Nice lower priced Weber!

03/23/2013 10:03

Different model in picture, probably E-310..

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