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Weber 3742001 Genesis E-310 Propane Grill, Copper (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • The Weber Genesis E-310 grill has a front mounted control panel with 3 stainless-steel burners, and individual electronic ignition system
  • Capacity is 507-square-inch primary cooking area and 130-square-inch warming rack for 637 square-inch total cooking area
  • Includes porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates, enclosed cart with painted steel doors, stainless-steel handles, and porcelain-enameled shroud with a center-mounted thermometer
  • Comes with porcelain-enameled flavorizer bars; porcelain-enameled heat deflectors and six tool hooks
  • Includes 2 heavy-duty front locking casters and 2 heavy-duty back swivel casters; 42,000 BTU per hour input
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Product Description

Three stainless steel burners. 42,000 BTU-per-hour input. Electronic Crossover ignition system. Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates. Porcelain-enameled Flavorizer bars. Porcelain-enameled shroud with a center-mounted thermometer and accent-colored painted, cast-aluminum end caps. Primary cooking area = 507 square inches. Warming rack area = 130 square inches. Total cooking area = 637 square inches. Enclosed cart with corresponding painted steel doors and stainless steel handles and accent-colored painted side and rear panels. Accent-colored painted steel frame. Two stainless steel work surfaces. Six tool hooks. Enclosed tank storage area and precision fuel gauge (LP models only). Two heavy-duty front locking casters. Two heavy-duty back swivel casters. Limited warranty. Weber cookbook. Note: LP tank not included.Dimensions with the lid open:Height: 64.5 inchesWidth: 60 inchesDepth: 30 inches

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 149 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 149 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001I8ZTXQ
  • Item model number: 3742001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #241,498 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jack Elias on June 15, 2010
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I bought the Weber Genesis E-310 Copper grill to replace a number of cheap box store grills I've had over the years. The last box store grill I had lasted 4 years of frequent use, and the bottom (complete with burners) dropped out on my patio a few weeks ago completely rusted through. I had a charcoal grill in storage and I broke it out and used it for a few weeks, but it soon became apparent that I had to get a new gas grill. After much research I settled on the Weber.

The reasons I settled on this grill are as follows:
1. The firebox is cast , not thin sheet metal. This should be the first thing you look at on any new grill. Look at the material the firebox is made of, this most likely will determine the life of the grill.
2. Stainless steel burners. Made to last, and Weber stocks replacement parts. If you can't find replacement parts for the newest grills at the big box stores, do you think you'll be able to find them in a year or two after they come out with a new model?
3. Welded not riveted. If you wanna see the difference this makes, next time your in a box store, grab one of those riveted grills and torque it back and forth a few times... it will feel like a flexy cardboard box. This grill feels solid.
4. Side tables are sturdy. Same test as above. Get a big guy like me to push on your side tables and see how solid they are.
The Weber exceeds at all these tests. It feels like quality, and it feels like a grill that will last.

Buying experience:
First of all, the grill arrived a day early, taking 4 business days to arrive via freight. The grill ships in a VERY large box and it is most definitely too heavy and large for one person, no matter how big you are. Don't even think about it.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Desmond on January 28, 2010
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Summary -- a great grill with even cooking across the grill, gets hot (over 600 deg F), with a bit of clunky charm and plenty of accessories.

OK -- I've had a very expensive grill (>$2k) for the past 5 years, and traded it for furniture when I moved. After researching grills, the great unwashed mass and periodicals indicated that Weber Grills had even temperatures across the grill. That was important because my former grill was hot, hot, hot but very uneven in temps across the grill. My only concern with the Weber was, "Is it hot enough?"

Quick Answer -- yes -- it climbed to 550 F fairly quickly and was still climbing. That was important because I want to grill Pizza.

Assembly - I hope you have your own hex set because the one supplied takes time. An auto screwdriver is a helpful addition. This is a 2 person bonding experience for assembly, at least for me, as I'm easily bored. The directions (pictures) are not bad but doesn't anyone write a manual using words in our native tongue? Assembly may take 1.5 hr +/- depending on your do it yourself talents.

First time use was steaks -- the grill is hot! and sears well -- they turned out perfectly - medium rare; Second time was chicken; next was scallops. They all turned out delicious and the grill is a snap to use.

I recommend the grill cover and adding the smokers kit if you want to slow cook ribs, chicken, etc. I laid a smoke box on the Weber twice and the grill produced fine smoke. I think the Weber kit will smoke the chips faster and hotter since it lays on the flavor grates.

The cons? OK -- it is clunky looking compared to my uber-expensive grill. But then, it was $649 (LP Version) and cooks better than Mr. Uber-Expensive.

Overall, I am very satisfied with this grill and highly recommend it.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By D. stark on April 27, 2010
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I was looking around for a new grill and decided to check consumer reports. According to CR's rating, this is the best grill on the market in its' price range. I also looked at other reviews and found that everyone that purchased this grill loved it. I am now one of those folks. Putting the grill together took about two hours. the instructions are 98% pics, which wasn't ideal (some verbiage to go along with the pics would have made assembly a lot easier). Once I started cooking on the grill I immediately saw the difference between this grill and less expensive grills. This grill is top of the line. Flare ups are virtually non existent. It is extremely easy to light and cooks'd almost have to try to actually burn something. On previous grills the outside of the meat would be almost burned (due to flare ups) while the inside was still raw...not with this grill. I seasoned the grates with vegetable oil and baking in the oven for a total of 60 min (350 for 30 min, then wipe off excess oil and bake for another 30 min). I wasn't thinking and did it on a cool day...ended up with a nice burned oil smell in the house...but the seasoning worked great. Nothing sticks to the grates. This is definitely a quality grill, built well. I expect it to last many years...much longer than the $150 grills. If you like grilling, are looking for a high quality unit and don't mind spending a little more, this is the one for you!!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ricwaj on June 24, 2010
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Been waiting for many a year to finally own a Weber grill, so when the time finally came my expectations were maybe a bit too high. First off, the positives.
The shipping line (I believe it was ABF) was superb. They called and set delivery times and placed the grill right outside my garage door. Box was undamaged and on a pallet. Once I got everything put together and I fired this bad boy up, it went to 500+ degrees in about 7 minutes. The cast iron grating that I thought was going to give me some sticking problems performed well. No sticking due to some manufacturing magic. (Porcelain cast iron is what I think its called) My first steaks came out with fantastic grill marks and perfectly done. Since that time I have cooked a variety of meats including shish-kabobs, chicken, and salmon. A friend came over with the salmon and he has the Weber Summit model with stainless grating. He couldn't get over how the fish wouldn't stick to the cast iron.
Now the negatives. As I said before the box was undamaged and on a pallet from the shipper. When I started unpacking, (Weber has a very intricate way of packing these grills) I found that the grill handle had a dent in it, farther in the right hand tool holder had a deep scratch. Both dent and scratch were highly visible when the grill was complete. Grease tray support was mangled, but since that is hidden in the cabinet I pounded it back in shape with a hammer and piece of wood. Finally the two cabinet doors were mis-aligned. I contacted Weber and they made good on all of it but for the money I felt it shouldn't have happened. Would have been five stars with out the dents and dings.
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