Weber 3780001 Genesis S-320 Propane Gas Grill, Stainless Steel
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- 3-burner outdoor propane grill; 42,000 Btu's; 637 inches total cooking area
- 507 square inches cooking area; 130 square inches warming rack
- Fully enclosed stainless steel cart; 7mm diameter stainless steel rod cooking grates
- 12,000 Btu input flush-mount side burner. Requires assembly.
- 2 heavy-duty front locking casters and 2 heavy-duty back swivel casters
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|Package Height||24.5 x 34.5 x 44 inches|
|Shipping Weight||170 pounds|
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|Item Dimensions||—||50 x 32 x 63 in||25.59 x 32.28 x 24.17 in||52 x 32 x 63 in|
|Material Type||—||Steel||—||Stainless Steel|
The Genesis® S-320TM gas grill features an enclosed cart with stainless steel doors, stainless steel handles, and accent colored painted side and rear panels. All grills have an accent-colored painted steel frame and a stainless steel shroud with a center-mounted thermometer and accent colored painted, cast aluminum end caps. The cooking system, rated at 42,000 BTUs, includes 3 seamless stainless steel burners and an electronic Crossover® ignition system. The cooking grates are 7mm diameter stainless steel rods and also feature stainless steel Flavorizer® bars. The primary cooking area measures 507 sq. inches; the warming rack area measures 130 sq. inches, giving a total cooking area of 637 sq. inches. The Genesis® S-320TM gas grill also has a 12,000 BTU-perhour input flush-mount side burner. Other features include 6 tool holders, enclosed tank storage area, precision fuel gauge, 2 stainless steel work surfaces, 2 heavy¿duty front locking casters and 2 heavy-duty back swivel casters. Tank is not included with LP grills and all natural gas grills include a 10-ft flexible hose. Weber® cookbook included. Limited warranty.
For great flavor, gourmet searing, even cooking, multiple courses, easy cleaning, and good looks, nothing beats the Weber Genesis outdoor grill. An enclosed cart is great for storing cooking utensils and grilling supplies out of sight. Stainless steel doors, shroud, and handles look sharp, resist corrosion and are easy to clean. An accent-colored, painted steel frame offers plenty of cooking stability. A center-mounted thermometer makes it easy to monitor progress. And, for optimal durability over the years, Weber designed the Genesis with cast aluminum end caps.
The cooking system, rated at 42,000 Btu's, includes three seamless stainless steel burners and an electronic ignition system for easy starts. The cooking grates feature 7-milimeter-diameter stainless steel rods that won't warp or distort under flame for years of outdoor cooking fun. Weber's stainless steel, angled Flavorizer bars prevent fat- and grease-fueled flare-ups that over-sear foods. Rather than unwanted flames, juices drip on the bars where they sizzle and smoke; adding extra flavor to grilled chicken, steaks, and kabobs. And, if Bob wants burgers, Stacy wants steaks, and Vicky wants veggie burgers, there's plenty of room for all with 507 square inches of primary cooking area. Great for keeping the buns and side dishes warm with the entrées sizzle, the warming rack measures 130 square inches, for a total cooking area of 637 square inches. Top it off with a handy 12,000 Btu side burner for sautéing trimmings and you might opt for this grill over the kitchen stove--year round!
More great features include six tool holders, an enclosed tank storage area, a precision fuel gauge, two stainless steel work surfaces, two heavy duty locking front casters, and two heavy-duty swivel back casters. Don't know what to grill first? Weber throws in a handy cookbook so you can get summer grilling underway.
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- Solid construction
- well engineered and manufactured
- even heating / easy to control heat / gets very hot
- propane scale/guage is a nice plus (give you an idea how much LP you have left).
- will last forever
If you're comparing this to the E320, there's more to the difference than just the stainless outside. The internal parts are also different (7mm solid stainless grate, stainless flavorizer bars...). The difference is worth the price. It is possible to get the good internal stuff with the enamel exterior (black, green, blue, copper) if you buy the EP-320, which I believe is only sold by Ace Hardare and similar stores. The E-320, which is sold at all the box stores is inferior to both the EP-320 and S-320.
Bottom line -- you can't go wrong with a Weber Genesis. I recommend the EP-320 or S-320 if it fits your budget. Otherwise, you're still getting a good grill with the E-320.
About Weber: these guys are professionals. I called with a questions and A PERSON answered the phone. She was very patient and helpful. The packaging, instructions, and assemply exceeded all expectations. It was actually a pleasure to unpack and put together compared to anything else I've ever purchased. I also recommend Weber accessories -- much better than any other brand I've purchased.
I bought it from Amazon and it arrived quickly. the shipping company called me to arrange delivery, and I recieved it a couple days later. They placed the big, heavy box where I asked (in a detached garage behind my house). A little damage to the box during shipping, but the grill was fine.
I can't say enough to endorse this grill. You will not regret the purchase.
I bought this bbq from Amazon about 10 days ago. It was shipped for free via Eagle Transportation. I think Amazon realized large items shipped UPS were arriving damaged. At least the few large items I previously ordered and shipped UPS arrived that way. The shipping estimate was 10-14 days with the free option. Four days after I saw that the item was shipped I received a call from Eagle's Los Angeles depot asking me when I wanted it delivered. I couldn't believe that ! I told them the next day. They gave me a time frame, 10-1, asking if that was agreeable. At 11 Eagle arrived, off loaded my bbq in one huge box and asked where I wanted it. The box was completely intact and undamaged. I've never encountered that kind of service from any carrier. Cudos to Amazon on choosing this shipper.
Now, the bbq. Weber's Genesis S-320 LP. I'm a very handy guy with a garage full of tools. I unpacked all the parts and had them spread out on a blanket so I wouldn't scratch them on the cement floor. Everyone's greatest dread is the assembly instructions usually done in a foreign country and poorly translated in to English. But, since Weber is made in the USA, I found the step by step numbered instructions very easy to follow. All the little screws, washers, and bolts were nicely packaged and oh my goodness... they were all there. There were no shortages of any parts. One or two extras in a package would have been nice since I usually drop one of something and lose it somewhere under a bench in the garage. Anyway, the bbq went together effortlessly. I had my propane tank filled and used the weight hanger inside the stand which showed the tank was full. Another nice touch.
Now for the good part; using it. I did that tonight for the first time on Mother's Day. I thought that was appropriate. Anyway, I made cheesburgers - one of my most favorite bbq foods. I read the instructions on how Weber thought hamburgers should be cooked; medium heat with the lid down. They recommend always keeping hte lid down to cook and only opening it to turn the food or check to see if it's done. I also used the side burner just because... it's there. I've never had a bbq with a side burner and found it handy but a space hog. The bbq did what it is intended to do very well. It cooked my burgers in record time with the lid down. We also cooked corn on the cob wrapped in tin foil in the grill at the same time. Everything turned out great.
Now, my trivial gripes. The right side table has all the controls. That only leaves a very small amount of space between the control knobs and the bbq as a useable work area. One should be careful placing items in that area because being so close to the bbq it does tend to get a bit warm. I don't know why Weber couldn't put the controls on the front of the bbq leaving two nice sized working platforms. I found that a bit irritating especially when I used the left side burner. I had no place to set down plates, platters, etc. I had to pull up another small table. I don't know how often I'll actually use the side burner. If I don't use it ofen which I probably won't then it's really not an issue.
Did I say gripes? Well that's all I can think of. Overall, I'm very happy with the Weber Genesis S-320. I like it, alot. Would I buy it again if I only wanted to spend around $750?? You bet ! I can see why it's rated highly in all the reviews. And, you get Webers great guarantee and customer service. Go for it...you won't be disappointed.
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