Weber 4521001 Spirit E-310 Natural Gas Grill, Black
Total cooking area of 536 sq. in. with the primary cooking area being 424 sq. in. and the
warming rack area being 112 sq. in. 3 stainless steel burners, 2 porcelain enameled cooking
grates along with porcelain enameled flavorizer bars. 36,000 BTU per hour input main burner.
Electronic crossover ignition system, porcelain enameled shroud with center mounted
thermometer and black painted end caps. Stainless steel work surface, enclosed cart with black
painted steel doors, and black painted side and rear panels. 6 tool hooks, 2 heavy duty front
locking swivel casters, and 2 heavy duty back swivel casters. Natural gas grill includes 10'
flexible hose (tank not included). Limited warranty. Dimensions with lid open are 62 H. x 53 W.
x 25.5 D. Black only.
"great grill!" 2010-08-15
we bought the weber grill online & saved at least $50 & it was not hard to put together. we are
VERY satisfied! it heats up quickly & can cook lots of burgers, etc. @ a time. we had a large
family party & everyone raved about the food!
"The grill itself is great but..." 2010-08-02
By Nicole C (CA)
the grates for the natural gas model are horrible. I used the porcelain enameled grates it came
with twice but couldn't take it. Everything seemed to stick even after spraying them the second
time. Then it's like cleaning the broiler every time you use it. So I went to Home Depot and
bought the cast iron grates for almost $70. Now I love the whole thing. I purchased the Weber to
replace my 4 year old Kenmore that I paid $200 for. I was debating between the Weber and
another Kenmore which was more expensive but also looked really nice. The problem with the
Kenmore was that I'd still need to buy the natural gas conversion kit. I also knew that my last
didn't last nearly as long as it should've so I called Sears. The guy I spoke with recommended the
Weber. I'm hoping I get as many years out of it as some of the other reviewers have. I figure for
the money I spent on it I'm being saved the hassle of refilling a propane tank, plus for the cost of
propane it's cheaper in the long run.
"Great grill; no problems at all." 2010-07-04
By M. Dean (Burke, VA)
First of all, the packaging was superb; everything inside was protected with very sturdy
reinforced cardboard. It took a while to unpack, but the directions were super-clear, and
assembly wasn't difficult at all. Take your time; read the directions; lay out the hardware first.
The grill itself is very attractive and functional; my prior Weber lasted 12 years, and I would
hope to get a good long run out of this one.
"Great Outdoor Cooker" 2010-06-09
By Tommy L. Vice
Am totally satisfied,even heat distribution. No lack of heat, would advise lowest setting after
warm up to cook on. Would recommend and would purchase again. Assembly not difficult, took
about and hour.
"I love it!" 2009-12-30
By Greg H. (Palmdale)
Arrived right away! It was very easy to assemble and starts on the first try everytime. I have only
had it a short time but it is by far the best B-B-Que I have ever had. Gets up to 600 degrees in no
time. It cooks evenly and very few flair-ups. I can't say enough about it.