List Price : $499.00
Price : $399.00
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- Two stainless steel burners put out 26,500 BTU-per-hour
- 360 -square inch of cooking area and 90 -square inch for warming
- Porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates and porcelain-enameled Flavorizer bars
- Electronic Crossover ignition system starts with the push of a button
- Assembled dimensions with the lid open 63-inch by 60-inch by 32-inch
- Amazon Sales Rank: #755 in Lawn & Patio
- Size: 2 Burner
- Color: Black
- Brand: Weber
- Model: 46110001
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 63.00" h x 50.00" w x 32.00" l,
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274 of 286 people found the following review helpful.
Perfect Grill Marks!
By D. Meador
Replacing my 9 year old Ducane, and couldn't be happier. She was one of the good ones, actually made in South Carolina, but this Weber has better temperature control and gets hot! Nice when you're grilling in winter!
Assembly was easy, the firebox and gas line assemble came pre-assembled; you just build the cart and attach the finishing components such as the ignitor, knob cover plate, side shelves and door. Took about an hour and 45 min. The instructions are clear and concise. Needed tools are a #2 Phillips screwdriver and a 7/16ths deep dish socket would be useful for the 8 nuts securing the side table brackets.
Deal maker for me was the heavy cast iron grates. These are exactly the same quality as the $699 E-310 Genesis, just smaller, and they leave great grill marks! (Please see picture).
Even though this grill has 2 burners it gets hot! Up to 550 degrees within 10 min on high. Turn down the temp and it dropped to 400 within a couple of minutes.
A nice feature is the propane tank gauge, which is spring mounted and based on full tank weighing 38 lb.'s. I could tell by feel that my tank was getting low when I picked it up, and the gauge confirmed my suspicion by letting me know that I'm down to a fifth of a tank just with a simple glance at the well-marked hanging scale indicator.
This is the 2013 model, with burner knobs moved to the front, providing more useful work space. If needed the side tables collapse, but still feel very secure and substantial when used in the upright position.
I'm very pleased with my purchase and would recommend this to a friend.
214 of 229 people found the following review helpful.
I actually purchased my E210 from a local retailer, but thought I would write a review for it here anyways.
* Gets up to 550 degrees in mid winter here in Utah
* Very sturdy construction, even the fold down shelves are very stable unlike most grills.
* Sides are basically closed with only a few small holes for rotisserie (had a bird build a nest in my last one so this was important for me, no where for them to get in now)
* Enclosed Propane area
* Propane tank meter (done by weight)
* Solid Iron Grills, good weight, good heat retention, great sear marks.
* Ignition system is great, battery powered, not one of those little push powered igniters that always break.
* Cost, at $499 this was the most expensive BBQ I have purchased, and it seemed odd considering it didn't have many of the features that most others in that price range have.
* No Side Burner, but really who actually uses that thing anyways.
I was a little leery of getting what seemed like a feature lacking BBQ for basically a $500 price tag. But the more I thought about it the more I realized I really didn't want all of those extra little gadgets that I frankly never used. I wanted a well made, well thought out, but otherwise basic BBQ. Enter the E210, which fits the bill perfectly. It is a bit expensive compared to other BBQ's with the same basic features, but what you are paying for is a good design and good quality. I do not regret the purchase at all, it fits exactly what I needed it to. It hits higher temps than most cheap BBQ's, most likely due to the well thought out design with little room for air to escape the BBQ. I never use the bun warmers at all, so I simply removed that rack completely so I have full access to the main BBQ surface.
I love the construction, it is very stable and sturdy a significant improvement from all of the cheap BBQ's I have used in the past. I love the grates, they leave great sear marks and are easy to keep clean and are just a good quality heavy duty iron. I have used my BBQ almost every day since I purchased it several months ago from steaks to hamburgers and I have to say it is just about perfect. This BBQ is clearly superior in quality than any other BBQ in the price range and if you BBQ as often as I do it is well worth the investment. From quality knobs, to stable trays, to solid grills, to a great ignition system, from top to bottom this grill is well designed and well built. I would highly recommend it. If you really need the side burner there are other models that include it, but I can't think of a single time I have ever used the side burner.
I would highly recommend the Webber BBQ light if you ever cook after dark and have not looked into it yet. I cook after dark fairly regularly and having the attached light makes an awesome grill even better. It simply attaches to the handle, so it lights up the Grill when you lift the lid to check on your food. Some people have complained about battery drainage, but I simply turn it on when I am BBQ'ing, then turn it off when finished and it works perfectly.
257 of 278 people found the following review helpful.
Best. Grill. Ever.
By K. Wilson
Remember in high school when you were dating that girl and you *thought* you were in love? And then you broke up and a few years later someone better came along and you found out what real love really felt like? Remember that grill that you thought you loved? You know, the one that you bought at Walmart for $199 with 8 burners, a built in sink and a helicopter landing pad? Well, you haven't loved a grill until you've owned this one. Simplicity is key, and combined with great build quality, this grill is an absolute WINNER.
Let me just say this: there's a reason why this grill is more than ones from other makers even though it may seemingly have less features and less burners. It is so well made and so easy to put together it's crazy. This thing is a tank. And it's beautiful.
It's like comparing a BMW and Kia. They both have CD players and leather seats - but are they equal? Nope.
A couple of GREAT things about this grill:
1. It is amazingly easy to assemble for a grill. The directions are all pictures, which is kind of annoying, but if you can't read you'll love it.
2. It is packed very well.
3. It is beautiful when assembled. It is a real work of art.
4. It cooks food so darn well - evenly, accurately and with precision. It heats up quickly.
5. The fold down trays on the side are a nice touch. The grill takes up a really small footprint when you need it to.
A couple of NOT so great things about this grill:
1. If you're used to cooking 17 cobs of corn 14 burgers, 12 hot dogs and a two t-bones simultaneously, this is not the grill for you.
2. I don't really like the back of the handle - instead of being solid, it has like some ridges (to add grip I guess?) and it feels, well, not good.
One thing I would also recommend - get the Weber grill cover. It's well worth it. It's also well made and it will keep this puppy shining like the day you bought it.
It's time for a burger. Excuse me.