What Makes A Grill A Weber Grill?
Every curve refined.
Every rivet finessed.
Every weld obsessed over.
It has always been part of their DNA. Part of their heart. Part of their soul. Since George Stephen first rolled out the original kettle, it's been the prize they keep their eyes on when they turn the lights on in the morning, and the benchmark for a successful workday when they lock the doors at night.
Every Weber grill - starting with the Smokey Joe and continuing with the Genesis and Summit series gas grills continues Weber's legacy of thought design. In their 2009 product line, they're thrilled to offer something for every patio and every budget, and excited to deliver Weber performance and style to backyards everywhere.
The Redesigned Spirit Gas Grills
The finest-entry-level, full-size grills at an affordable price, with a sleek updated styling for 2009. Features include an electronic Crossover ignition and a stainless steel work surface.
MFG SKU SPIRIT E-210
Two Stainless Steel Burners
Primary Cooking Area = 350 Square Inches
Warming Rack Area = 108 Square Inches
Total Cooking Area = 458 Square Inches
Porcelain-Enameled Cooking Grates
Porcelain-Enameled Flavorizer Bars
26,000 BTU-Per-Hour Input Main Burners
Electronic Crossover Ignition System
Porcelain-Enameled Shroud with a Center-Mounted Thermometer and Black-Painted Cast-Aluminum End Caps
Stainless-Steel Work Surface
Enclosed Cart with Black-Painted Doors and Black-Painted Side and Rear Panels