2021-2022 Review Guide On Weber Grills Check Them Out

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2019 Review Guide On Weber Grills
2021-2022 Review Guide On Weber Grills Check Them Out

2021-2022 Review Guide On Weber Grills Check Them Out: As grilling season gets underway, you’ll want to grill up your first batch of burgers and hot dogs on a backyard grill. I have to tell you right now a Weber Grill will never make you disappointed. And this 2021-2022 Review Guide On Weber Grills Check Them Out won’t disappoint you either.

The best grills on the planet are weber grills without a doubt. You’ll find out they always cook exquisitely and provide delectable results. Doesn’t matter if it’s LP propane, electricity,charcoal or natural gas weber grills are top of the line. They are exceptional to every other grill in its class.

Build to last a long time and designed skillfully with attention to details. Also weber grills work magnificently, looks great and almost Never Break Down. Incidentally weber grills can create a natural convection of air flow. And they also give you maximum control over the heat. In the barbecuing and grilling industry Weber grills are the Gold standard. When it comes to reliability, style, shape, quality, and durability you can’t go wrong with a weber grill.


Weber has been manufacturing fantastic grills of every kind for over sixty years. From economy models and mid-range grills to high-end luxury BBQs Weber Grills has them all. With this 2019 review guide on weber grills I’ll cover some to help you decide which one is best for you.

Your in the right place if you love to cook outdoors. However you don’t want to mess around with charcoal. Or you have a charcoal grill, but you also like the idea of simply firing up the grill at a moment’s notice. Then keep reading.

I have to tell you there are tons of gas grills to choose from. With a confusing array of options. Prices ranging from under $100 up to the thousands. By coming here you have already decided on the weber grill brand. But how will you know which one is best for you? This is where I come in. With this 2019 Review Guide On Weber Grills I’ll tell you what exactly is in the box, the specifications of each model, and what I like and what I don’t like about each weber grill I review.

I’ll also talk about why you might want a gas grill (in case you’re still on the fence). What factors you should consider and what features you should look for. You’ll get it all in this 2019 Review Guide On Weber Grills.

Bull Outdoor Products 44001 Angus Cart

2019 Review Guide On Weber Grills:Bull Outdoor Products 44001 Angus Cart
2021-2022 Review Guide On Weber Grills:Bull Outdoor Products 44001 Angus Cart

You’ll look like a professional griller even if you don’t cook like one with this Bull Angus natural Gas Grill Cart. It is full of power and features to make your outdoor cooking experiences sizzle.

All-stainless steel construction and clean lines make the Bull Angus Cart look like something out of a commercial kitchen. Especially its sleek stainless steel design that will give your patio area a stunning update.

A generous 810 square inches of primary cooking space. With four cast-stainless steel burners. You’ll be able to cook a lot of hot dogs and burgers with all this room. You’ll be able to cook roasts and poultry too.

Setting up temperature zones is a breeze. You’ll be able to pop a bird on the rotisserie and let the dedicated infrared burner cook it to perfection.

It’s made from some of the best stuff there is so I expect this grill will last a very long time. Made from 16-gauge, 304 stainless steel. There are heavier gauges out there but this is very good for this application. For even better heat retention there are two layers of it on the hood. I found the casters are really heavy-duty and should hold up to plenty of movement.

The Bull Outdoor Grill has a towel bar and two integrated hooks on each side shelf, as well. This is a nice feature, inside the double doors, is additional storage space for your accessories and tools. Since the pull-out drip tray is above the storage area, it won’t interfere with storage.

Inside the cookbox, twin lights will keep you grilling long into those warm summer evenings, or those way-too-early winter nights.

What’s in The Box:

  • Cookbox including 4 main burner tubes, 1 infrared burner
  • Grease management system with removable drip tray
  • 4 casters – 2 fixed, 2 swivel/locking
  • Rotisserie spit and motor
  • 2 fixed side shelves
  • Match lighting chain
  • 2 rotisserie forks
  • Stand with 2 doors
  • 2 internal lights
  • Hood thermometer
  • 4 flame tamers
  • Warming rack
  • 4 grates


  • Fuel Type: Choose from propane OR natural gas version
  • Secondary Burners: 1 infrared back burner rotisserie
  • Number of Main Burners: 4
  • Ignition type:
  • BTU: 60,000 main, 15,000 infrared
  • Heat Flux: 07
  • Primary Cooking Area (Sq. In): 810
  • Secondary Cooking Area (Sq. In): 210
  • Total Cooking Area: 1,020
  • Build Materials: 16-gauge 304 brushed stainless steel (all parts), cast stainless steel burners
  • Warranty (years): Grates – lifetime; burners – 20; heat shields, flame tamers, warming rack, manifold, lid handles and caps – 3; all other parts – 1

This Grill Is For You:

  • If you like cooking rotisserie chicken.
  • Or you like a grill with a lot of grate space.
  • Maybe you don’t want to buy another grill ever.

This Grill Is Not For You:

  • If you aren’t good at checking you propane tank level.
  • Or you want side burners for cooking a whole meal at one time.
  • Maybe you can’t picture yourself moving a 200+ pound grill around your yard.

What I Like:

  • The Heavy-duty casters make maneuvering around the patio easy
  • Rotisserie included with its own burner
  • Closed off, vented storage space under the cookbox

What I Didn’t Like:

  • For cooking extras you have no side burners
  • You lose a lot of workspace with the rotisserie in place
  • No fuel tank gauge for keeping track of your propane situation


The Bull Outdoor Products 44001 Angus Cart is an remarkable grill. The overall materials and construction are virtually flawless. And the burners are second-to-none. I would have expected more features on a high-end grill. You can always buy other accessories like separate side burners from Bull tho. It’s so well made it’s hard to be to upset about the other accessories. Your money will be well invested in this grill if you value longevity and performance over anything else. Get to know this outstanding barbecue in detail by clicking the link to pics and specs, current price and owner reviews:

Weber Summit S-470 LP Gas Grill, 7170001

2019 Review Guide On Weber Grills:Weber Summit S-470 LP Gas Grill, 7170001
2020 Review Guide On Weber Grills:Weber Summit S-470 LP Gas Grill, 7170001

First impressions? This is something else.I give it a big WOW! Welcome to Top of the Line. These outstanding grills are the crown jewels of the Weber family. From exclusive features to the highest level of performance, these babies will make even seasoned grillers blush.

Where this grill really shines is in cooking. You’ll find all four main burner light individually. They have their own integrated ignition systems. Activated by the lit-up knobs. You won’t have to hold down a button and wait for a spark to catch. Its so very easy to set up the temperature zones too. For instance convection cooking, or searing and shifting to finish. You heard me right. Searing if you love those grill marks, you’re going to flip for the dedicated searing zone for concentrated heat.

But maybe you like things slower. Just flip up the rotisserie motor. And put some chicken in front of their own infrared burner. With this model you also have a side burner for boiling, frying, and a lot more. And I just love the built-in smoker box with its own burner. If you buy this grill you’ll have the best of all worlds in a single grill.

Craftsmanship at it’s best with the whole unit carefully and solidly constructed with premium materials. Weber knows this grill is an investment, and they want it to last. I only wish the wheels were more robust, but you do get four of them. Weber has added a lot of convenient features. Like six hooks, two side shelves, and a lot of storage inside the cabinet. In this case including more hooks for the rotisserie pieces.

You’ll find inside the cabinet a removable drip tray. Where anything that isn’t burned off on the flavorizer bars will collect.Running out of fuel mid-grilling sucks but you won’t have to worry about that anymore. A LED fuel gauge keeps track of your propane supply for you. And a light attached to the handle shines down on the grill every time you open the hood.

An LED fuel gauge keeps track of your propane supply (running out mid-grill sucks), and a light attached to the handle shines down on the grill every time you open the hood. Forgive the pun, but that’s a really bright idea.

What’s in The Box:

  • Cookbox including 4 main burner tubes, 1 smoker tube, 1 sear tube, 1 infrared burner
  • 2 fixed side shelves w/1 burner, 1 rotisserie motor
  • Grease management system with removable drip tray
  • 4 swivel casters – 2 locking, 2 free rolling
  • Match lighting chain
  • 4 rotisserie forks
  • Stand with 2 doors
  • 8 flavorizer bars
  • Hood thermometer
  • Rotisserie spit
  • Propane gauge
  • Warming rack
  • Smoker box
  • 2 grates


  • Fuel Type: Choose from propane OR natural gas version
  • Number of Main Burners: 4
  • Secondary Burners: 1 side burner, 1 infrared rotisserie burner, 1 sear burner, 1 smoker burner
  • Ignition type: Individual electronic ‘Snap-Jet’
  • BTU: 48,800 main, 12,000 side, 10,600 rotisserie, 10, 600 sear, 8,000 smoker
  • Heat Flux: 27
  • Primary Cooking Area (Sq. In): 468
  • Secondary Cooking Area (Sq. In): 112
  • Total Cooking Area: 579
  • Build Materials: Stainless steel lid, side tables, grates, and burners, cast aluminum cook box
  • Warranty (years): 10

This Grill Is For You:

  • If you want to replace your old grill or smoker with a single unit
  • You want to have a lot more variety of cooking options
  • Or you just want a grill that will last

This Grill Is Not For You:

  • If you just don’t want to spend the money as this grill is expensive
  • Your only an occasional griller

What I Like:

  • Closed in storage to protect your tools and accessories from the weather
  • Lots of extra accessory burners so you can do more than just grill
  • Light up knobs and grill light for evening/night grilling for those late night grillers
  • I like Basically everything

What I Don’t Like:

  • I found the side burner knob is of lower quality than all the others
  • No integrated ignitor have to depress to adjust flame height
  • When using the side burner and rotisserie together uses most of your work surface
  • If you have rough or uneven surfaces you might have trouble moving this grill as it has small casters


The Weber Summit 717001 S-470 is an exceptional grill. I don’t think there’s much it can’t do. I believe you’ll enjoy many years of cooking your favorites and trying new things.If you feel its a lot of money to spend on a grill, it is. But just think for a moment everything you are getting when you buy one. Also think about how long it will last and how often you’ll use it. It’s one of the very best gas grills out there. And a great investment.

I’m betting right now you want to see more! Follow the link below to pictures, a video, and the chance to buy what might be the best grill you’ve ever owned.

Weber 61010001 Genesis II E-310

Weber 61010001 Genesis II E-310 Black LP Outdoor Gas Grill
2020 Review Guide On Weber Grills:Weber 61010001 Genesis II E-310

There are two types of people in today’s world, people who own a Weber Grill and love it. And then you have people out there who just haven’t bought one yet. If you haven’t bought one yet this just might be the one for you.

I was very impressed with the Genesis II E-310. It’s not only shiny but well built, solid and spacious to boot. A nice feature is you can buy one in either natural gas or propane. You’ll find this dependable grill covers most of the needs of an average griller.

With that said let’s start with the burners. You’ll find it’s easy to set up your temperature zones for searing and indirect cooking with the three available burners. So now you have the ability to leave a roast on to cook by convection. And get those grill marks and then move over your steak to finish cooking.

You’ll get consistent, even heat along the entire length of the burner unlike a cheaper grill. And no more hot spots near the back! And by the way thanks to the flavorizer bars catching and burning off the drippings you’ll even get a bit of smoke flavoring.

A handy drip tray easily accessed under the cookbox will catch any drippings that get past the bars. You’ll also find a convenient shelf (one of two) for storing your tools below the grease collector. Because the tank mount under the right-side shelf, you get more space. For hanging up your BBQ tools while you cook you have six handy hooks.

With this model the cooking grates are made of porcelain-enameled cast iron. In addition to that they not only conduct heat evenly, but they’ll also last for years with proper care. The lid is also porcelain-enameled. But the rest of the grill is made of stainless steel.In brief the whole grill is built to last.

The iGrill3 thermometer system is a unique feature of the Weber Genesis. It was designed to accommodate Weber’s proprietary Bluetooth thermometer. It’s nice to have but not an essential feature. And I do highly recommend having a digital thermometer. You’ll see a built in thermometer in the lid. As a rule these are never accurate enough for determining if your meat is ready.

What’s in The Box:

  • 4 wheels – 2 fixed, 2 swiveling/locking casters
  • Middle wire rack with a removable drip tray
  • 2 side shelves – 1 folding, 1 fixed
  • Cookbox including 3 burner tubes
  • Snap-in lower shelf slats
  • Upper warming shelf
  • 5 flavorizer bars
  • Propane gauge
  • 2 grates
  • Stand


  • Fuel Type: Choose from propane OR natural gas version
  • Number of Main Burners: 3
  • Secondary Burners: 0
  • Ignition type: electronic rotary knob
  • BTU: 37,500
  • Heat Flux: 10
  • Primary Cooking Area (Sq. In): 513
  • Secondary Cooking Area (Sq. In): 156
  • Total Cooking Area: 669
  • Build Materials: Stainless steel body and work surfaces, porcelain-enameled cast iron grates
  • Warranty (years): 10

This Grill Is For You:

  • You already own a smoker or a kamado and want a good, dependable barbecue for straight-up grilling
  • You’re just getting into barbecuing and don’t want to start at the bottom
  • In this case you’re ready to upgrade from your starter grill

This Grill Is Not For You:

  • You frequently cook for a very large crowd and need more grilling surface.
  • You plan on cooking big meals all at once, since there are no side or accessory burners

What I Like:

  • Grease management system reduces the risk of flare up and gunk build up
  • 4 wheels including 2 locking casters for easy maneuvering
  • 3 burners are enough to create different heat zones

What I Don’t Like:

  • A lack of side/accessory burners limits your cooking options
  • Storage area is generous, but an enclosed space is more practical for long-term storage


This is one of those things that enough boxes are ticked off to make a product stand out. I’m not saying it’s the best at everything, but rather it is very good at everything it offers.

No matter your grilling skill level is you’ll find genuine pleasure when you buy and grill on a Weber Genesis II E-310. I can hear you now saying there are cheaper grills, bigger grills, and grills with more bells and whistles out there. Which is true but finding

But, you will not likely a grill that functions as consistently at this quality level not likely. For straight-up grilling, this is the best.

Check out the detailed pictures and a short video at the supplied link. You could even jump right in, skip the rest of the article (though you shouldn’t, ‘cos it’s really good) and place your order now. I certainly wouldn’t blame you 😉

The Numerous Parts Of A Weber Grill:

Now let’s take a look at some of the components. I’ll begin on the outside and take a look at the exterior shell. It’s the first part of the grill you see. And maybe the most important part of that exterior that George Stephen
revolutionized I’m talking about the lid.

The Gas Grill Exterior And Lid:

The highest-quality gas grills feature a lid. The lid perfectly balances all of the features and tasks. Its responsible for ensuring a effective, safe and delicious grilling experience. For safe and quality cooking there must be proper ventilation. You’ll find a highly visible thermometer on the lid when buying one of the best grills. This thermometer ensures the proper cooking temperature. Easily and seamlessly during cooking and preparation.

Cooking can get sloppy and more often than not grills are exposed to the elements. An excellent feature to have on your grill is a stainless steel control panel. There by ensuring that the grill controls hold up over time and under pressure. Beyond the lid, you’ll want a grill with plenty of exterior surface space. This space is handy for keeping cooking materials, ingredients and your cooking tools handy while grilling.

The best grills have wing tables on either side. They provide plenty of surface space for everything you might need. With a weber grill their tables can be folded down when out of use for storage and space. For additional materials nearly all Weber grills also feature either an open or closed storage area underneath the grill.

Now for the wheels. When buying a grill for your backyard you want something that is mobile and easily to relocate. So durable and high-quality wheels are critical for a positive experience after each and every use.
You might be thinking features like storage space and wheels are not critical to grilling. But over time having these advantages or disadvantages in low quality models can really make or break your desire and enjoyment of grilling. Backyard grilling is all about great weather, great food,and enjoying great times. So the act of grilling itself should be as convenient, feature-rich and seamless as possible.

The Grill Interior:

Let’s open the hood and see what’s going on underneath. Now that we’ve taken a look at the grill exterior. What are the most basic grill components that you’ll be working with on a regular basis. That would be the burners which provide the flames for heating and cooking the food. And the grill grate where you lay your food for grilling.

First let’s look at the grate. Believe it or not the cooking grate has a large impact on the quality of your grilling experience. And also the ultimate quality of the food you cook. Only the best cooking grates are made from cast-iron. And feature a porcelain enamel which reduces sticking, tearing of food and enhances flavor. Also provides an even heat profile across the food’s surface. Because of the way it holds in flavor and increases in seasoning over time cast iron has become the go-to high quality material for cooking grates. Just think about how much better your cast iron kitchen cookware flavors food as opposed to your lower quality cookware.

Something else to think about when it comes to the grate is how much space you’ll need for cooking. I’ll get more into this later, but for now you should take into account these three things. How much grilling you’ll be doing, for how many people, and how often.

The Burners:

The gas ignites and powers the flames. That allows you to get that wonderful barbecue taste. That’s the envy of non-grillers everywhere. In the best grills the knobs on the grill exterior should allow you to individually adjust the flame strength and size of the burner flames. Also they should run the length of the inner cookbox to ensure even heat and cooking. This is critical because some foods like chicken and shrimp need longer grilling times and lower heat. However others like steaks you’ll want to sear with some serious heat.The amount of food you plan on cooking will tell you the amount of burners you’ll want to get.

Burners are usually compared by their BTU (British Thermal Unit) which measures energy from heat. For example, the Weber Spirit E-210’s main burners have a BTU input of 26,500.

Other Grill Parts:

While I’ve covered the main components of any grill, it’s truly the extras that set apart a good grill from a great one. For example, porcelain-enameled trays these keep the grease from falling back into the flames and igniting. They also increase flavor of food (Weber’s patented methods are called Flavorizers).

Also interior warming racks that keep food further from flames and allow them to stay warm without being overcooked. Plus important features like grease catching trays and pans for cleanliness and safety.


I want to thank you for reading over 2020 Review Guide On Weber Grills
and hope that I made your buying decision a little easier. The thing about Weber Grills is they will make your life a lot easier and save you so much time.

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2021-2022 Review Guide On Weber Grills Check Them Out


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