Spirit line are the Weber’s mainstream models

This 2018 Weber released a new E-210 model, the Weber Spirit II E-210. We will review it down below. One of the most remarkable features is that it now comes in multiple colors. You can purchase it now in black, ivory, red and blue. Another significant feature is that the storage compartment has been removed so you could have more space and more effortless accessibility to the tools. It also brings the new GS4 Grilling System, a great feature conformed by 4 elements: the infinity ignition, burners, flavorizer bars and grease management system.

You may find this familiar from the older model of this grill. The iGrill 3 app compatibility will allow you to set the precise temperatures wanted for your meat. You can have a natural gas version of the grill in addition to the propane model. Many other features remain unchanged, like the 2 stainless steel burners with 26,500 BTU output, the space of primary cooking area of 360 square inches and a 90 square inches warming rack. The porcelain-enameled cast iron cooking grates will make your meat look delicious due its better heat transfer. If your goal is to feed more than 3 people and you have the money, I would recommend to buy the Weber Spirit II E-210.

Warranty ranges from 2 to 10 years. The fuel gauge will never let you run out of gas during grilling. The side tables flods so you have more space for its movement and storage.

Weber Spirit II E-210 Detailed Review

In this Weber Spirit II E-210 review we can see that this is a simple 2 burner grill model, properly built with its body made of cast aluminum which makes it more durable than other grills, and the shroud is porcelain enameled which makes easier cleaning and prevents rusting. The cover has a thermometer included.

This grill is powered by a 20-lb propane tank and has an incorporated fuel gauge. It weighs around 100 pounds and has 2 wheels and 2 casters, making it different from the older one which was heavier and didn’t had wheels.