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Palm Springs, CA 92264
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A Spark of Inspiration
Back in 1951, a hankering for good barbecue lit a fire under George Stephen.
An employee of Weber Brothers Metal Works just outside of Chicago, George welded metal
buoys for the Coast Guard. But that’s not all he did: George loved to grill. With
a growing family at home, he found it the perfect way to relax, but couldn’t
find a grill on the market that lived up to his high expectations.
The most popular grill of the day was a flat open brazier—
a product George found woefully under-engineered.
He knew there had to be a better way.

Born From A Buoy
One day, George was about to weld two buoy halves together when the idea hit: Why not use the bottom half for the cooking bowl, and the top half for the lid to create a grill? Piece by piece, his vision started coming together. He then added a handle and three legs and took his crazy-looking contraption home to test.

Poking some holes in George’s Theory
As the story goes, when George first tried out his prototype, it didn’t work quite as hoped. No matter how hard he tried, it just wouldn’t stay lit. A neighbor peering over the back fence offered a little friendly advice, “Poke some holes in that thing so the fire can get some air!” So George did, and the flames of invention could finally keep burning.

Have Kettle, Will Travel
Shortly after, all of George’s neighbors gathered around to enjoy a taste of the best steak they ever had in their lives. George figured he was really on to something, so he packed up “George’s Barbecue Kettle” and hit the road, demonstrating his funny looking creation at mom-and-pop hardware stores across the country. And the rest, as they say, is history.

The Next Big Thing in Outdoor Cooking
More than 30 years later, Weber introduced the ground-breaking Genesis® gas grill with a revolutionary new cooking system that would set the standard for all that followed. Unlike other gas grills of the time that used messy and flare-up-prone lava rock, the Genesis® used an ingenious system of metal bars angled to the perfect pitch to distribute heat and channel drippings away from the food. That meant fewer flare-ups and easier clean-up. Pure perfection.

Grilling Evolves
Nothing would have made George happier than to see grilling rise to an art form. With clever features and cool inventions, the newest products take grilling to a whole new level.

 

Weber Spirit E-210

Construction

Enclosed tank storage area
2 Heavy-duty swivel back casters
2 Heavy-duty swivel front locking casters
Available color: black
Porcelain-enameled shroud with a center-mounted thermometer and black- painted, cast-aluminum end caps
2 stainless steel work surfaces

Grill Specs

2 Stainless steel burners
Electronic Crossover® ignition system
Porcelain-enameled cooking grates
Porcelain-enameled Flavorizer® bars
Primary cooking area = 350 sq. in.
Warming rack area = 108 sq. in.
Total cooking area = 458 sq. in.
Tank not included with LP models
Natural gas grill includes 10-foot flexible hose
26,000 BTU-per-hour input

Grill Dimensions

With lid open
Height: 60 inches
Width: 52 inches
Depth: 22.25 inches

 

Weber Genesis E-310

Construction


Porcelain-enameled shroud with a center-mounted thermometer and black-painted, cast-aluminum end caps
Enclosed tank storage area
2 stainless steel work surfaces
2 Heavy-duty swivel front locking casters
2 Heavy-duty swivel back casters
Available color: black

Grill Specs


3 Stainless steel burners
36,000 BTU-per-hour input
Electronic Crossover® ignition system
Porcelain-enameled cooking grates
Porcelain-enameled Flavorizer® bars
Primary cooking area = 424 sq. in.
Warming rack area = 112 sq. in.
Total cooking area = 536 sq. in.
Tank not included with LP models
Natural gas grill includes 10-foot flexible hose

Grill Dimensions


With lid open
Height: 62 inches
Width: 53 inches
Depth: 25.5 inches

 

Weber Summit S-420

Construction


Stainless steel shroud with polished handle and trim, a center-mounted thermometer and accent-colored, cast-aluminum end caps
Enclosed cart with stainless steel doors and chrome plated cast-aluminum handles and accent -colored painted side and rear panels
Accent-colored painted steel frame
2 Stainless steel work surfaces
Enclosed tank storage area and precision fuel gauge (LP models only)
2 Heavy-duty locking casters
2 Heavy-duty swivel casters

Grill Specs


4 Stainless steel burners
48,800 BTU-per-hour input
12,000 BTU-per-hour input flush-mounted side burner
Snap-Jet™ Individual burner ignition system
3/8 inch or 9.5mm diameter stainless steel rod cooking grates
Stainless steel Flavorizer® bars
Primary cooking area = 538 sq. in.
Warming rack area = 112 sq. in.
Total cooking area = 650 sq. in.
Tank not included with LP models
Natural gas grill includes a 10-foot flexible hose
1 Grill Out® handle light
6 Tool holders
Limited warranty
Weber® cookbook


Grill Dimensions


With the lid open:
Height: 57.1 inches
Width R-L: 66 inches
Depth: 30 inches

 

Weber Q-300

Construction


Cast-aluminum lid and body with drip ducts
Glass-reinforced nylon frame
Removable folding work tables with tool holders
Bolts onto stationary cart (included)
Tall lid profile with built-in thermometer


Grill Specs


393 square inch total cooking area
21,700 BTU-per-hour input
2 Stainless steel burners
Infinite control burner valves
Removable catch pan
2 porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates
Push button ignition
Uses refillable 20 lb. LP tank (tank not included)
Weber® Q™ recipe booklet
Limited warranty


Grill Dimensions


With the lid open and tables folded down:
Height: 55.5 inches
Width R-L: 36.5 inches
Depth: 22 inches