The 2013 Spirit LP gas grill from Weber is a new take on an older model, the E-310. Main differences include relocating the control panel to the front of the grill and two folding side tables that allow for greater maneuverability and storage, This model is targeted at those who may lack space for a larger grill or who have compact patios or balconies or decks. That said, Weber has made the grilling surface as large as economically possible. The grill uses porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates, which help retain heat, as well as a porcelain-enameled shroud that resists fading, peeling or rusting. The "flavorizer" bars catch drippings and then burn them to add flavor to whatever is cooking. This grill has an electric starter and is on casters, two of which lock. Note that it does not come with a gas tank.
- Porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates
- Porcelain-enameled "flavorizer" bars
- Locking casters
- Fuel gauge
- Fold-down sidetables
- Electric ignition
- Simultaneous ignition of both burners
- Six tool hooks
Frequently Asked Questions
Once assembled, how do you roll the grill with the propane connected? Does the propane tank need to be removed in order to relocate the grill?
The propane tank is installed inside the grill's cabinet and therefore moves along with the grill when you move the grill.
Do the side tables fold down on the Weber E310?
The older E-310 had the burner controls on the side counter and did not fold down. The newer E-310 was redesigned with burner knobs on the front and folding side tables.
Does grill include tank hose?
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- 2 Burner - BTU-per-hour input: 26,500
- 2 Burner/Side Burner - Main BTU-per-hour input: 26,500, Side BTU-per-hour input: 12,000
- 3 Burner - BTU-per-hour input: 32,000
- 3 Burner/Side Burner - Main BTU-per-hour input: 32,000, Side BTU-per-hour input: 12,000
- Batteries 1 AA batteries required. (included)
- Origin China