Weber 47510001 Spirit E310 Natural Gas Grill, Black
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- This barbecue is a natural gas unit and you must have natural gas plumbed out to your patio or deck to be able to use this grill; If you do not have natural gas plumbed, please look at our selection of propane barbecues
- 529 suare inches of total cooking area
- Porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates and Flavorizer bars
- Electronic crossover ignition system starts with the push of a button
- Assembled dimensions with the lid open 63-inch by 52-inch by 32-inch, Note: This product does not work with propane gas.
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Add flavor to the menu and spark to your life. The Spirit E-310 gas grill is ideal for entertaining a small crowd or a perfect solution to any family meal. Place serving trays and spices on the side tables so that everything you need is where you are, when you need it. With the control panel conveniently moved to the front, two full-use stainless steel tables allow for food platters and prep. The grill offers enough room to cook a 20-pound turkey or roast meats and vegetables at the same time. Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates provide superior heat retention and clean up easily, and the durable porcelain-enameled shroud will not fade, peel or rust. An Electronic Crossover ignition system lights the three burners with just one touch of the igniter button; 6 hooks conveniently hold all the grilling tools you need.
Weber Spirit E Series Gas Grills
Grill On and On
Weber meticulously thinks through every detail, down to the smallest screw, to make sure you're not just getting a grill--you're getting a grill that lasts.
Spirit E-310 NG Gas Grill
Where Form Meets Function
This basic-but-beautiful model has three main stainless-steel burners and practical features like stainless-steel side tables with integrated tool hooks for keeping spatulas, tongs, and other accessories within reach.
The grill's porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates combine the ease of porcelain enamel with the superior heat retention of cast iron. The grates require no seasoning and are easy to clean.
Providing plenty of space to grill up all those summertime--or year round--favorites, the unit offers a 32,000-BTU-per-hour input, and its total capacity consists of 529 square inches of cooking space (a 424-square-inch primary cooking area and a 105-square-inch warming rack).
The grill also provides porcelain-enameled Flavorizer bars that smoke and sizzle when cooking juices drip down, adding flavor to your meal. Other highlights include six tool hooks, a center-mounted thermometer, an enclosed cart with smooth-rolling casters, and a porcelain-enameled steel shroud, which means no fading, peeling, or rusting to worry about. A 10-foot flexible hose comes included for easy hook-up.
Weber's Original Gas Grilling System
Notice how sturdy the shroud feels as it opens smoothly on its hinges? See how the burners roar to life on the very first try? Delighted by how simple it is to achieve a mouthwatering meal every time? It's no accident. Weber spends countless hours perfecting the grilling systems on its gas grills, assuring easy assembly, an evenly heated cooking surface, and precision controls so you can tone things down or up to the perfect heat level for direct or indirect cooking.
Cookbox and Shroud
The cookbox houses the components of the cooking system: cooking grates, burner tubes, Favorizer Bars, and the grease management system.
Made of cast aluminum, Weber's gas-grill cookboxes are durable, efficient, require minimal care and maintenance, and can withstand the heat needed to grill at any temperature. In addition, the shape of the cookbox, when combined with the shroud, allows for the proper circulation of heat around food for even cooking whether you're using direct or indirect heat.
Weber gas-grill cooking grates come in three exceptional materials: porcelain-enameled steel, stainless steel, and porcelain-enameled cast iron. Each type retains heat evenly and sears food beautifully. Porcelain-enameled steel cooking grates are durable and easy to clean. Stainless steel rod cooking grates make lovely sear marks, hold heat very well, and clean up with ease. Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates combine the ease of porcelain-enameled with the superior heat retention of cast iron--no need to season and easy to clean.
Weber's burners are made of high-grade stainless steel, which will stand up to the small amounts of water found in liquid propane and natural gas. The burner tubes are made of a singular piece of steel with no welds, making them stronger and more resistant to rust and burn-through. And while they are protected from grease drippings and food by the Flavorizer bars, Weber cart gas grill burner tubes can be cleaned easily by gently brushing with a Weber stainless-steel grill brush.
Controls for each burner give you the ability to grill by the direct or indirect method. Even more, the burners are spaced to provide heat across the entire cooking grate, and the burner valves have infinite control settings, so you can fine-tune the heat levels.
The innovative Flavorizer bar system, originally created by Weber, is designed perfectly to perform a variety of functions on the Spirit , Genesis, and Summit gas grills. Angled just right, the Flavorizer bars catch drippings that smoke and sizzle, adding flavor to your food. Any drippings not vaporized by the Flavorizer bars follow the slope of their unique angle and are funneled away from the burner tubes, down into the grease management system. Not only does this help prevent flare-ups inside your grill, but it also protects the burner tubes from becoming clogged.
Made of either porcelain enamel or stainless steel, Flavorizer bars are durable, long lasting, and easy to care for. Periodically brushing them clean with a Weber stainless-steel grill brush will help keep Flavorizer bars performing at their best.
When juices drip off the meat, they funnel down to the Flavorizer bars, and then what doesn't vaporize into wonderful smoke goes down into the grease management system. The grease management system consists of an angled grease tray and catch pan. The grease tray rests beneath the cookbox a safe distance from the burner tubes to prevent the grease from catching fire. Grease is channeled down the grease tray and into the catch pan. Both the grease tray and catch pan are easy to clean. The tray easily slides out of the cabinet for cleaning, and when the catch pan starts to fill, simply remove the disposable drip pan, toss it in the trash, and replace it with an empty pan.
A fuel gauge lets you know exactly where you stand on fuel at all times.
What is Weber T.I.P.S.?
When George Stephen created the first Weber grill, he wanted to be able to bring his family together for a good meal. He insisted on a product that would exceed customers' expectations.
In the years since then, the Weber name has become synonymous with backyard barbecues and the family, friends, and good times that go with them. At Weber, they continue that tradition of excellence in everything they do from the development of new grills and accessories to the services they provide to customer and dealers.
From the very beginning, Weber revolutionized backyard grilling. Since then, they have continued to develop products that enhance the grilling experience. From the original kettle with heat controlling dampers to electronic temperature controls and Flavorizer bars, Weber continues to be at the forefront of modern grilling, making the backyard a part of your kitchen.
Weber grills have been and will continue to be the true definition of performance in backyard grilling. Whether you're cooking a basic burger or an extensive meal, Weber grills are designed and engineered to give you the best performance every time.
Service is of the utmost importance at Weber. Their Customer and Dealer Service associates work every day to ensure that their customers and dealers have the support they need.
2013 Weber Spirit Gas Grills
|Black (LP) 46110001||Black (LP) 46310001||Stainless-Steel (LP) 46100001 |
Stainless-Steel (NG) 47100001
|Black (LP) 46510001 |
Black (NG) 47510001
|Black (LP) 46710001|
|Porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates||X||X||X||X||X|
|7 mm diameter stainless-steel rod cooking grates|
|Porcelain-enameled Flavorizer bars||X||X||X||X||X|
|Main burners: BTU-per-hour input||26,500||26,500||26,500||32,000||32,000|
|Side burner: BTU-per-hour input||12,000||12,000|
|Electronic Crossover ignition system||X||X||X||X||X|
|Primary cooking area (square inches)||360||360||360||424||424|
|Warming rack area (square inches)||90||90||90||105||105|
|Total cooking area (square inches)||450||450||450||529||529|
|Porcelain-enameled shroud with center-mounted thermometer||X||X||X||X|
|Stainless-steel shroud with center-mounted thermometer||X|
|Stainless-steel fold-down tables||2||2|
|Stainless-steel work surfaces||2||2||2||2||2|
|Front-mounted control panel||X||X||X||X||X|
|Painted enclosed steel cabinet with painted-steel door||X||X||X||X|
|Painted enclosed steel cabinet with stainless-steel door||X|
|Side-mounted condiment rack|
|Front access, porcelain-enameled grease tray with catch pan||X||X||X||X||X|
|Heavy-duty, swivel front-locking casters||2||2||2||2||2|
|Heavy-duty, swivel back casters||2||2||2||2||2|
|Fuel gauge (LP models only)||X||X||X||X||X|
|Owner's guide and grilling guide||X||X||X||X||X|
|Natural gas (10-foot flexible hose included)||X||X|
|Liquid propane (20-lb LP tank sold separately)||X||X||X||X||X|
|LxWxH inches (lid open)||32 x 50 x 63||32 x 48 x 63||32 x 50 x 63||32 x 52 x 63||32 x 52 x 63|
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Two things that tripped me up:
1. there was a part listed for a SP-310 which I thought was my SPIRIT 310 grill, its not. I have a E-310. The SP-310 part listed is REALLY FOR A SP-310 so if you have a E-310 ignore that part and bolts bag and move on.
2. I thought the cross bars holding the grill on the base were forgotten!! But they were cleverly embedded in the side of the cardboard backing which my wife found when I told her I was missing them. I am sure someone else will run into this so I mentioned it.
Went to home depot and got the 1/2 to 3/8 inch bushing for my NG line as well as a 3/8 inch nipple for the Weber parts to mate with the bushing. A little pipe dope and everything ready to go.
First grill was burgers and everyone loved the taste. Have cooked several tenderloins on it and each was perfect. No learning curve, heats up to 500 degrees per the temp gauge plenty fast, and flame tamers work great. Made me look like an expert on a new grill right out of the gate. I expected to have to "learn the grill" but it was very intuitive and solid. Hot enough that I have to go down to about 40% on the burners after heat up or the tenderloins start to cook too fast due to too hot. So there are not any BTU problems that I can tell.
I will say on the comments of Weber quality that this grill is made economicallyand I do like very well made things generally but as a consolation to recognizing that fact I am ok because it has it were it counts. I wouldnt say its "made cheap" but I would say they cut corners in areas in build quality that would clearly benefit their bottom line. i.e. initially I thought the side tables are flimsy and thin, didnt like that it has a strange plastic louvered lid handle, and thought the gauge of the base and sides and back of the grill could have been a bit more robust/heavy... but they are really minor after I put it together its solid enough and when I started using it and enjoyed the first steaks on it - I am happy and simply dont care about or notice that anymore. Even the plastic louvered lid handle that I have to grab all the time is ok because I noticed that it doesnt get hot at all - so maybe that was the reason and part of the benefit... maybe. :-)
I have had grills that cost twice as much, require two arms to lift the heavy well made lid, beautifully engineered and built like a tank with 6 burners to grill for a small army but they were more finicky and often would require more skill and practice to get the food right and required lots of babysitting not to burn the food, plus consumed a lot more gas.
So if you are just a family of five, for example, and want a grill thats easy, cooks well, and one that you can share the grilling tasks with anyone in your family then this grill requires very little to produce great results. I love it.
Other reviews noted a quality issue with grill and amazon briefly stopped selling the unit in July. Amazon apparently isn't set up to request a missing part of a nearly assembled grill. It seems like you either return the item or live with the defect. I purchased a grill with an electric ignition, that's not what I ended up with. Amazon home had notice and nothing has happened.
There is plenty of assembly for this grill so if you're not mechanically inclined, let someone else do it, although the instructions are pretty thorough. Once assembled, I put it right to work, quick burgers and kabobs the first day, Sausages the second. Let me add, my last grill was a $5K DCS. This grill is already out performing the DCS for 1/10th the price. Lighting and temperature control are so much better, cooking is a breeze. Although the DCS was completely S/S, I had to replace the burners every third year and the ceramic rods every year. I was spending more in annual maintenance, than I paid for the Weber.
Yet to be seen how long it will last, but at $500 bucks I can throw it out every year and still be ahead. Smoked brisket is coming soon to test indirect heat, but so far, I love it.
So the unit cooks great. Too bad that the manufacturer which sells this unit for about double what discount brands are going for doesn't make this gas grill more sturdy. My previous Weber Silver B lasted for 18 years, I rebuilt the burners a couple of times (natural gas unit got left on for days) and replaced the original grates with stainless grates. Never had issues with flimsy gas valves, or igniter parts. So to sum it up, I probably will not buy from Weber again unless the improve the designs in the future. And with the high margins they have to be making on these units, it's a shame they can't be making them in the US.