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Weber 7519 Gas Grill Rotisserie

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  • Gas grill rotisserie
  • Fits the Genesis E-300 gas grill
  • Fits the Genesis S-300 gas grill
  • Includes a heavy-duty electric motor
  • Counterbalance for smooth turning and less motor wear
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Weber 7519 Gas Grill Rotisserie + Weber 7516 Grill Out Handle Light + Weber 6415 Small 7-1/2-Inch-by-5-inch Aluminum Drip Pans, Set of 10
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  • Product Dimensions: 41.5 x 5 x 3.8 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000WEMHGO
  • Item model number: 7519
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (235 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #937 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

The Weber gas grill rotisserie fits the E-300 and S- Series gas grills.

Customer Reviews

Easy to use, easy to clean.
Robin P.
This thing looks quality made as is typical of Weber products and it works as well as it looks.
Daniel J. Hansen
Chickens turn out moist and delicious, pork roasts are fantastic.
B. Vanderbosch

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

99 of 108 people found the following review helpful By SweetJimmy on May 18, 2009
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I have only used the rotisserie unit twice - spinning chickens both times and the results were fabulous. (To those who have never done a rotisserie chicken at home and don't know why it could possibly be worth the bother (when grocery stores, Costco, etc. all have them) my only advice is that you really just need to try one done right. Then, do a leg of lamb, a beef roast, and you'll understand.) This is a powerful, quiet motor and a nice stainless spit. I loaded my first chicken relatively unevenly, and the motor put up no fuss at turning it. One comment, make sure when installing the motor braket you put the nuts inside the firebox - otherwise the lid of the grill will not shut. Great grill, great accessory.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Geo Hartley on July 20, 2009
I got grill mania...bought all the accessories--thru Amazon, amazing company and free shipping, I'm a fan--but, then I had to decide on the rotissierie...skeptical mostly bec it didn't store under the Weber grill and I'd have to find another spot for it. And, there are always those $5 Wal-Mart rotissierie chickens that are cool. So why spend the money? I have no clue why I bought it...just thgt it would look incredible if it worked. Like watching those dripping chix rotate in store windows when I was a kid.

Guess what? It worked. Smell me.
Best chicken ever. Somehowhow most all the juices stay in though you may want to put a washable disposable aluminum pan under the chix to catch the few juices that escape. Do 2 chix at a time...feeds 4 w/ leftovers. Very easy to install when needed, very yum, very worth it.
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53 of 65 people found the following review helpful By B. Vanderbosch on July 8, 2008
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Bought this rotisserie for my hubby for Father's Day - but it was a gift for the entire family! Chickens turn out moist and delicious, pork roasts are fantastic. Our teenagers have actually been known to change their plans based on what nights we are cooking with the rotisserie! Is there any better praise than that?
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74 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Skyliner44 on May 16, 2010
Of course my old Weber rotisserie did not line up with my new Weber Genesis grill, so I had to buy a whole new one. My old one had a nice large wood handle. The new one has an oval metal handle that sits at right angle to the rod and it gets as hot as if were inside the grill. You have to use pot holders to remove it when the food is done. Also the handle needs to be in the up position in order to grab hold of it because it sits about a half an inch away from the grill body when it's facing down so there's no space to grab it. Because the handle does not extend out, you need two hands on the spit to support the weight of the food. An absolutely horrendous design, perhaps even dangerous. Lastly; why does Weber include cheap metal screws, nuts and washers for mounting the motor bracket when everything else is stainless steel? They corrode in no time with the heat and grease. I replaced mine with stainless.
Aside from the poor handle design, for cooking the set-up works great. We use ours all the time; roasts, pork tenderloin, chicken, turkey.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Jimbo on March 24, 2012
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Simple to assemble, good quality. Made the best rotisserie chicken I ever had. The handle gets too hot to hold so please use an oven mitt or damp cloth towels.

Chicken Recipe:

1) 1 5lb chicken
2) 2 teaspoon salt
3) 2 teaspoon paprika
4) 1 teaspoon cumin
5) 1 teaspoon onion powder
6) 1 teaspoon chili powder
7) 1 teaspoon pepper
8) 1 tablespoon thyme

Mix everything in a bowl, rub on chicken inside and out. Marinate for 6-20 hours. At the grill -- remove your grates, but leave flavorizer bars in. Put a drip pan with some water beneath chicken. Heat grill to 350 degrees using right and left burner (middle off) and then put the rotisserie with chicken on the grill. Let chicken turn on rotisserie for roughly 1hr 30mins (check at 1hr 15mins). Use a meat thermometer to check thigh and make sure it's at least 170 degrees before you finish.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Shane O. Laake VINE VOICE on January 10, 2010
I got this rotisserie for chicken, which it excels at, but the design makes it less than ideal for other meats. For chicken the spit and and forks work well, as the center of the bird is hollow and having metal forks pierce the meat has little consequence. Larger birds won't fit due to the size of the grill and placement of the rotisserie. As it is, you will need to remove the grates (or stack them on one side if only cooking one bird) to allow for rotation of chicken, but the flavorizer bars can remain. Other types of meat may fit, but having a spit and forks pierce a roast will heat the meat nearest these metal pieces (due to conduction). I'd imagine this isn't as much of a deal for pork, but I wouldn't want the center of a prime rib to be medium well due to the spit. I'd suggest an E-Z Que for that.

Back to the chicken. As others have said be sure to truss or tie down wings and legs,as they will get well done due to their proximity to the flame. This will also create more clearance between the chicken and the flavorizer bars. In general cooking times are comparable to other means, but unlike "beer can chicken" with Weber 16128 Poultry Roaster, the chicken will cook from the outside in (due to steam on the inside with beer can chicken). This along with better retention of juices (not many drip down) makes the rotisserie my favorite of the two. The cord is woefully short, but the motor seems very solid, and it's not that noisy. The spit seems to allow for a bit of balancing of weight, and it's relatively easy to clean.
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