Weber Spirit Classic - E210 Gas Barbecue With FREE Cover £339 inc del @ GardenandLeisure - HotUKDeals
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Making Weber's legendary performance and quality accessible to barbecuers on a budget has been a long-time goal and with the introduction of the Spirit gas grills Weber have done just that. The Spirit E-210 is the finest entry level full size grill on the market. The combination of a compact design and 26,000 BTU-per-hour input - courtesy of two stainless steel burners make this grill a star.

COOKING SYSTEM
2 stainless steel burners
26,000 BTU-per/hr input (7.61 kW/h)
Crossover ignition system
Porcelain-enamelled cooking grates
Porcelain-enamelled Flavoriser bars
Primary cooking area - 2258 sq cm (350 sq in)
Warming rack area - 697 sq cm (108 sq in)
Warm-up basket area - 452 sq cm (70 sq in)
Total cooking area - 3407 sq cm (528 sq in)

CONSTRUCTION
Porcelain-enamelled shroud with a centre-mounted thermometer and black-painted cast-aluminium end caps, 1 removable thermoset work surface, 2 locking casters, 2 crackproof all-weather wheels

BONUS FEATURES
3 Tool holders, Left and Right hand condiment baskets, Weber Cookbook.
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#1
LOL why cold tell me if you can find it cheaper as i am going to buy tomorrow. Yes you can buy cheaper gas barbecues but my last one lasted 3 years this has 25 year Warranty
#2
Weber are awesome ... but not a fan of gas bbq's, never have the same taste as a proper charcoal bbq :thumbsup:

Still, hot if this is the best price around for those that do want a gas bbq. :)
#3
Plastron
LOL why cold tell me if you can find it cheaper as i am going to buy tomorrow. Yes you can buy cheaper gas barbecues but my last one lasted 3 years this has 25 year Warranty


toonarmani
Weber are awesome ... but not a fan of gas bbq's, never have the same taste as a proper charcoal bbq :thumbsup:

Still, hot if this is the best price around for those that do want a gas bbq. :)



It's a lot to pay for a barbecue and I agree with the other comment, its not a barbecue if it isn't solid fuel for me. I've had an Outback for over 5 years. Paid about £100 for it and its well worth spending that extra money to get quality, but at the same time, if you look after cheaper ones, they all do the same thing; they just burn coals under a metal griddle.

I won't vote this cold as I don't want to be told off. However, whilst it might be the cheapest that you can get this one for, I don't believe it represents good value for money. Build yourself a brick one or get a proper 1/2 oil drum, they last forever and cost next to nothing.
#4
philby27
It's a lot to pay for a barbecue and I agree with the other comment, its not a barbecue if it isn't solid fuel for me. I've had an Outback for over 5 years. Paid about £100 for it and its well worth spending that extra money to get quality, but at the same time, if you look after cheaper ones, they all do the same thing; they just burn coals under a metal griddle.

I won't vote this cold as I don't want to be told off. However, whilst it might be the cheapest that you can get this one for, I don't believe it represents good value for money. Build yourself a brick one or get a proper 1/2 oil drum, they last forever and cost next to nothing.


philby,
Thanks and i agree there are other ideas and some may feel they are better but this is the one i want at B&Q this will cost you 2p under £450 all i want to know is can anyone buy it cheper if so tell me where?
#5
Looks good, I have a Smokey Joe BBQ. Its excellent and I think the guarantee is 25 years! BBQ for life.
#6
excellent price for a cracking bit of kit.

Watch the Aldi piece of tat go red hot...hehe.

Weber can't be beaten on quality and maintain rigid price control so this is a decent reduction.

Still, let's try to keep the Weber club secret and not let others into the secrets of indirect cooking and smoking on these beauties.

People simply look at the price and vote cold, but this is the equivalent of buying a Bentley instead of a Hyundai.
Good find.
#7
im happy to pay good money for quality items but i cant say im impressed with their build quality - they maybe better than others but thats only because others are awful
as for lasting 25 years...just cant see them lasting 5 let alone 25
way overpriced imo
#8
philby27;8396198
It's a lot to pay for a barbecue and I agree with the other comment, its not a barbecue if it isn't solid fuel for me. I've had an Outback for over 5 years. Paid about £100 for it and its well worth spending that extra money to get quality, but at the same time, if you look after cheaper ones, they all do the same thing; they just burn coals under a metal griddle.

I won't vote this cold as I don't want to be told off. However, whilst it might be the cheapest that you can get this one for, I don't believe it represents good value for money. Build yourself a brick one or get a proper 1/2 oil drum, they last forever and cost next to nothing.

spot on
#9
Copperface;8405892
excellent price for a cracking bit of kit.

Watch the Aldi piece of tat go red hot...hehe.

Weber can't be beaten on quality and maintain rigid price control so this is a decent reduction.

Still, let's try to keep the Weber club secret and not let others into the secrets of indirect cooking and smoking on these beauties.

People simply look at the price and vote cold, but this is the equivalent of buying a Bentley instead of a Hyundai.
Good find.



sorry bentley are well made...imo webers are not well made (but prob the best)
- more like other bbqs are trabants /hyundias and this is a ford but with a bentley price tag

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