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$4.97 list($19.99)
1. CharBroil Fire & Ice Thermos
$199.99 list($384.99)
2. Lodge Smoky Mountain Stainless-Steel
$29.99 list($34.00)
3. Char-Broil 4751230 Gas Tabletop
$17.99 list($25.00)
4. Thermos 4187314 Hose-2-Go by Char-Broil
$109.99 list($129.99)
5. Weber 9953 Premium Gas Grill Cover
$249.99 list($465.00)
6. Char-Broil 463243804 Terrace Series
$199.99 list($264.99)
7. Lodge Smoky Mountain Range Steel
$59.95 list($77.54)
8. Eastman Outdoors 30-Quart Non-Stick
$290.00 list($350.00)
9. Weber 9902 Summit Series 14,000
$770.00 Too low to display list($1,149.00)
10. Frigidaire FD30LPDC 30-Inch Stainless
$1,699.00 list($1,899.00)
11. Weber 2004 Model 5390001 Summit
$19.95 list($27.68)
12. Eastman Outdoors 3-Battery Oil
$14.95 list($22.95)
13. Eastman Outdoors Wild Game Marinade
$1,199.00 list($1,499.00)
14. Weber 5210501 Summit Silver A
$599.00 list($699.00)
15. Weber 2004 Model 6250001 Genesis
$999.00 list($1,199.00)
16. Weber 2004 Model 5220001 Summit
$1,699.00 $1,499.00 list($1,899.99)
17. Weber 2004 Model 5290001 Summit
list($39.99)
18. Weber 9850 Standard Gas Grill
$1,299.00 list($1,399.00)
19. Weber 2004 Model 5360001 Summit
$1,399.00 list($1,499.00)
20. Weber 2004 Model 5270001 Summit

1. CharBroil Fire & Ice Thermos Grill Cover
list price: $19.99
our price: $4.97
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Asin: B0000ASR16
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Char-Broil
Sales Rank: 9
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Made of double-stitched, high-density polyester
  • Custom fits CharBroil Fire & Ice grill/cooler
  • Protects grill from sunlight, dirt, and moisture
  • Charcoal and creme color scheme
  • Treated to provide UV protection

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars COMES FREE
THIS COVER COMES FREE AS COMBO WITH
Fire and Ice Thermos Grill by Char-Broil
TRY TO GET FREE. ... Read more


2. Lodge Smoky Mountain Stainless-Steel Range Stove
list price: $384.99
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B00022OK6G
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Lodge
Sales Rank: 544
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Features

  • UL listed regulator and hose
  • Patented "No-Flame-Out" burner system
  • Dual 20,000 BTU burners with even heat distribution
  • Easy to use ABS plastic knobs
  • Solid brass valves

3. Char-Broil 4751230 Gas Tabletop Grill
list price: $34.00
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004TBJ4
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Char-Broil
Sales Rank: 220
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 12,000 BTUs, 187 square inch cooking area
  • Replacement propane, 16.4 ounces
  • Filtered regulator
  • Folding legs for easy handling

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Dangerous
This grill was difficult to light, would not stay lit when the least bit windy, and needed to be run at high or near to high. Consequently, when grilling some chicken, the entire grill caught fire. The handle on the far side from the gas bottle started initially and then the paint on the body burned. Flames shot up two feet. I was able to disconnect the gas before the burning paint reached that side. Needless to say I was terribly concerned.

2-0 out of 5 stars You get what you pay for
I bought one of these to use for car camping. It's OK for hotdogs and (thin) burgers, but forget about pork chops or chicken. It either wouldn't stay lit or wouldn't get hot enough if the wind was blowing a little.

I replaced it with the Weber Q and couldn't be happier.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Portable Cooker
I own this grill and it is very portable and very

inexpensive, great for cooking for up to 15 people.

Very light, cooks steaks and chicken in no time flat.

The legs flip on to secure the lid for easy carrying.

A great grill at a fantastic price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Portable fire is a great thing!
I received this grill in the mail...promptly. Although it was a little flimsier than I'd like, it is still a great grill. The ease of setup and the cooking ability that you get are worth WAY more than the price. NO MORE LAVA ROCKS!!!

Do yourself a favor...buy either this one or the Weber portable. But look at it this way, for the price of the Weber, you could buy TWO of these!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Best camping grill for the price!
We do a lot of "camping" at stock car racing events, and for years have used a worn-out cast iron hibachi to grill the burgers and dogs. While burning charcoal on the old hibachi always succeeded in getting us fed, it was long overdue for replacement.

We decided to upgrade to a portable gas grill, and this is the model we bought. It has truly been night and day from the hibachi!

Just the fact that it has a lid was a huge improvement! And what a concept to not have to wait for the coals to burn down, only to fight to keep the fire consistent. The grilltop is not only larger than the hibachi's, but much more stable than the 2 "paddle" style tops the hibachi used.

Overall, I am very pleased that we replaced the hibachi with this grill - for the price, it can't be beat as a portable grill! ... Read more


4. Thermos 4187314 Hose-2-Go by Char-Broil
list price: $25.00
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B000083GFB
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Char-Broil
Sales Rank: 142
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4' Hose and adapter
  • Use with Grill2Go, lanterns, portable gas grills, campstoves
  • Instructions included

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little hose for my Fire & Ice
This is a terrific buy! Some of the previous reviewers had problems with hose connections... that seems strange to me. It took me less than a minute to pull my hose on and connect it to both the LP tank and my gas regulator (for my Fire & Ice). Works like a charm.

I will say that the connection to the LP tank is a very tight fit. I found that on my second and third connections, I had to work a bit harder.

But, the bottom line is that the hose DOES FIT. Since virtually all 20 lb LP tanks for gas grilling use the same fitting, this hose should work. And, the cost savings is well worth the buy!

3-0 out of 5 stars Check if hose fits first ...
When I first saw this, I'd thought this is the greatest thing. Instead of spending a few dollars each time for a small propane tank that last just a couple of hours, I'd would be able to conect this hose to a large tank and it would last me the whole summer. I'm in the park, got my grill, connect the hose to the grill, and then i'd relized that the hose didnt fit the tank...Lucky for me I still had the small tank. What a disapointment. The next time I refill my tank, I will bring my hose and make sure they give me one that fits the hose. Thought this thing would fit the large propane tank, not true, check 1st ; ( ... Read more


5. Weber 9953 Premium Gas Grill Cover Fits Summit 625, Summit 650
list price: $129.99
our price: $109.99
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Asin: B00004U9VM
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 944
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The deliciously cooked foods Weber grills produce are reason enough to keep yours clean and protected year-round with a weather-resistant Weber grill cover. While standard Weber grill covers protect only the upper portion of the grill, the premium covers feature a fitted center and hang almost to the ground, providing added protection for the legs, fuel tank, and bottom of the grill itself. Like all Weber grill covers, this one is made of heavy-duty vinyl that resists cracking even in subzero temperatures. It fits Weber Summit 625 and 650 grills. --Benjamin Reese ... Read more

Features

  • Weber logo on front
  • Made of heavy-duty vinyl
  • Fits Weber Summit 625 and 650 gas grills
  • Fits grills approximately 33" wide, 81" deep, and 42" tall
  • Hangs almost all the way to the ground to protect legs

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars "COVERING THE BEST"
I COULDN'T BELIEVE MY EYES WHEN I RECEIVED A SUMMIT 650 WEBER BBQ FOR MY 60TH BIRTHDAY..AFTER GETTING IT ALL SET UP I FOUND OUT THAT WE NEEDED A COVER ,SO I GOT ON THE NET AND AMAZON.COM WAS ABLE TO OFFER ME A CHOISE OF MANY COVERS AND WE SELECTED THE ONE MADE FOR THE 650 SERIES.IT IS MADE OF HEAVY-DUTY CONSTRUCTION HAS AN ELASTIC BAND THAT CONTOURS TO THE BBQ AND THE COVER IS VERY EASY TO PUT ON AND TAKE OFF. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT,ITS VERY,VERY GOOD! ... Read more


6. Char-Broil 463243804 Terrace Series Grill with Sideburner
list price: $465.00
our price: $249.99
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Asin: B0001CJ90Y
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Char-Broil
Sales Rank: 160
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Features

  • Open cart with front panel; covered by Char-Broil warranty
  • Outdoor gas grill with stainless-steel construction; 36,000 British thermal units
  • Main body powered by 3 stainless-steel burners; additional side burner
  • Porcelain cooking grates for easy food release and simplified cleanup
  • Electronic push-button ignition; large easy-to-read temperature gauge

7. Lodge Smoky Mountain Range Steel Stove, Black
list price: $264.99
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B00022OK6Q
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Lodge
Sales Rank: 2779
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Features

  • UL listed regulator and hose
  • Patented "No-Flame-Out" burner system
  • Dual 20,000 BTU burners with even heat distribution
  • Easy to use ABS plastic knobs
  • Solid s brass valves

8. Eastman Outdoors 30-Quart Non-Stick Outdoor Cooking Set
list price: $77.54
our price: $59.95
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Asin: B0000CAQ0I
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Eastman Outdoors
Sales Rank: 867
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Features

  • 30-minute outdoor cooking video
  • 30-Quart Marrlite non-stick pot & lid
  • Turkey stand & lift hook
  • 12-Inch AccuZone thermometer
  • Monster Marinade Injector

9. Weber 9902 Summit Series 14,000 BTU Cart Mount Natural Gas Side Burner
list price: $350.00
our price: $290.00
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Asin: B00004VWM0
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 2146
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Features

  • Heavy duty stainless steel cover and panel
  • Natural gas side burner; 14,000 Btu per hour output
  • Fits Weber Summit Series 425, 450, 625, and 650 natural gas grills
  • Enclosed burner design to operate better in windy conditions
  • Heavy gauge stainless steel stock pot holder

10. Frigidaire FD30LPDC 30-Inch Stainless Steel Propane Grill
list price: $1,149.00
our price: $770.00
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Asin: B0002H4CMS
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Frigidaire
Sales Rank: 450
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Features

  • Equipped with 3, 13,000 BTU straight burners, a 12,000 BTU back infrared burner, and a 10,000 BTU side burner
  • Fully-enclosed cart with casters; temperature gauge; cover included
  • Grill measures 53.13 by 22 by 48.5 inches with a shipping weight of 160 pounds; Frigidaire offers a limited lifetime warranty for defective parts
  • Efficient 30-inch liquid propane grill with 559 square inches cooking space
  • Constructed entirely in 304 stainless steel, complete with side shelf and removable drip pan

11. Weber 2004 Model 5390001 Summit Gold D Natural Gas Grill
list price: $1,899.00
our price: $1,699.00
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Asin: B00006LS6X
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 1050
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Constructed with the sleekness and durability of stainless steel, Weber's Summit grills are arguably the most refined gas grills ever built. The Summit Gold D stands 61 inches tall, 68 inches wide, and 30 inches deep and features an input of 57,600 Btu's per hour. A brand-new burner system, featuring six burner controls on the front of the grill, allows all 648 square inches of the primary cooking area to heat evenly and thoroughly. The Crossover Ignition System lights all burners in succession with the push of one button. The Gold D's expanded total cooking surface of 902 square inches, including main grates, warm-up basket, and warming rack, makes it easy to use various cooking styles: direct grilling for steaks and hamburgers combined with indirect heat for keeping grilled foods warm, toasting bread, or cooking delicate foods like fish and vegetables. The deluxe model in the Summit series, the Gold D also comes with 1) a handy side burner for whipping up side dishes as you grill, 2) a stainless-steel smoker box to give your feasts the option of a smokehouse flavor, and 3) a stainless-steel rear-mounted rotisserie, powered by a 110-voltheavy-duty motor, that allows heat to radiate evenly when cooking roasts, or chicken, or turkey.

The Summit Gold D also boasts restaurant-grade enhancements, such as a commercial-grade front-mounted thermometer and two stainless steel grates that are robot-welded together for incredible strength. With the 12-foot quick-disconnect hose, connecting your natural gas supply is, literally, a snap. There are even spiderproof screens specially created to eliminate the frustrating problem of burner tubes clogged by cobwebs--Weber really did think of everything.

Redesigned for the Summit series, Weber's sturdy cart gives you even more strength and space with two swing-up work surfaces. When you've finished cooking, you can store all your tools and gear in the enclosed storage area equipped with stainless-steel doors and side panels, then roll the grill away on its crackproof all-weather wheels. Setting the grill up for the first time is a snap, too: thanks to Weber's StopWatch Engineering, all summit models take only 40minutes to unpack and assemble, and--presto!--your grill is ready to go. Made in the USA.--Rhonda Langdon ... Read more

Features

  • Natural gas grill 57,600 Btu-per-hour input; 902-sqaure-inch total cooking area
  • Stainless steel insulated lid; 6 stainless steel burners
  • 9,600 Btu-per-hour input rear-mounted infrared rotisserie burner
  • 12,000 Btu-per-hour input commercial-grade side burner
  • Enclosed storage area with stainless steel doors

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars At this PRICE! it should come with a FREE Side Of Beef!
While I feel that this is a great grill, I also feel it is extremely over priced. Two days after purcasing this grill I went to Lowes, and subsequently Home Depot, and Builders Square. All of which have higher quality grills at a price of at least $700.00 less. These grills are of a higher quality construction, and materials. They have a higher BTU, and are made by a brand name manufacturer. Needless to say, I sent this grill packing as fast as I could!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Among best purchases I've ever made (& no it's not too big!)
I have owned this grill for about 5 years (since it first came out). What attracted me to the Summit were the Weber system in general and the stainless steel components in particular. The cooking surface is restaurant quality. It's easy to maintain and I can report that it cooks the same today as it did 5 years ago.

The six burners may seem like overkill (visitors always comment with a snicker about how huge it is), but believe me -- it's extremely easy to use that much cooking space, even for a small family. Imagine being able to grill 3 different types of vegetables while simultaneously searing burgers or chops or fish, all at different temperatures. Imagine having enough room to roast/smoke a 25 lb. turkey entirely with indirect heat (one burner going on either side of the bird with no direct heat underneath).

By the way, Cook's Illustrated Magazine has rated grills a couple of times. They generally conclude that the high-end, $1000+ stainless steel grills are not worth the money -- except for the Weber Summit. The only fault they find with it is that it's only marginally better than the high-end Weber Platinum models that cost hundreds less.

No question that if money's no object, this grill is the best. Don't forget to budget for Weber's custom grill cover. ... Read more


12. Eastman Outdoors 3-Battery Oil Pump - 24-Pack Display
list price: $27.68
our price: $19.95
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Asin: B0000CAQ1I
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Eastman Outdoors
Sales Rank: 540
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Features

  • 3-battery oil pump
  • Replacement filters
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13. Eastman Outdoors Wild Game Marinade Gift Set
list price: $22.95
our price: $14.95
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Asin: B0000CAQ15
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Eastman Outdoors
Sales Rank: 1475
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Features

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  • 12 oz Original marinade
  • 12 oz Kansas City Barbecue marinade
  • 6.3 oz shaker of West Texas Grill seasoning
  • Monster Marinade Injector

14. Weber 5210501 Summit Silver A Stainless Steel Built-In Propane Gas Grill
list price: $1,499.00
our price: $1,199.00
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Asin: B0002805HS
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 364
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Features

  • Crossover ignition system
  • 4 stainless steel burners with 700 square inches of total cooking area
  • 44,000 BTU-per-hour input
  • Welded stainless steel cooking grates
  • Heavy-duty stainless steel flavorizer bars

15. Weber 2004 Model 6250001 Genesis Gold C Propane Gas Grill, Stainless Steel
list price: $699.00
our price: $599.00
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Asin: B00012D0O0
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 126
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • With lid open grill measures 60.5 by 64.5 by 25.75 inches (HxWxD); limited lifetime warranty
  • 2004 model has redesigned, solid steel bottom shelf; includes 20-pound LP tank
  • 3 burners including separate side burner; stainless-steel cooking grates; wheeled
  • Easy push-button ignition; Thermoset work surface; patented Flavorizer bars
  • Includes 2 additional swing-up surfaces, warming rack, 4 tool hooks, condiment basket

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great grill, but one design flaw
We love the Weber Genesis Gold C gas grill, but there is one amazing design flaw: the handle of the gas grill gets as hot as the inside of the grill! Not sure why Weber has a handle that conducts heat, but you must wear a very thick oven-mitt to not get burned. We've had the grill for over 2 years, and every once in a while I still forget and get a nice burn. Other than that, it's a great grill.

5-0 out of 5 stars The one and only true grill
I didn't want to buy my Weber before the patio is done. Which will be in late June. But, something happened. Then, the Weber end up in my garage. You know the story.
It's been bit more than two weeks since I bought the Weber Genesis Gold C. We have grilled 8 times on it. Including scallop, baby back ribs, country style ribs, spare ribs, fish, stack and some vegetables. ALL CAME OUT PERFECTLY. If you were doing research like I did. You can stop right here. You don't even need to finish this review. Just go and buy a Weber Genesis grill Gold or Silver, you will be a happy person for at least 20 years. Just like me. ;-)

I spent three months researching gas grills. Checked into brands including Jenn-Air, NexGrill, Char-Broil, COSTCO brands and Weber. I emphasized on two things, how well does the grill cook and how long will the grill last. I don't care how bad or cheap it looks, don't care about any special features (smoker tray, rotisserie kit). What I found out from reading reviews on alt.food.barbecue, amazon.com and several other grilling/barbecue web sites is that countless people swear on their Weber gas grill, all the other brands together have less than a hand full of people. Also buying and reading the two best grilling book before the purchase helped me a lot in what I should really look into in detail.
The two books are:
Weber's Big Book of Grilling
by Jamie Purviance
How to Grill: The Complete Illustrated Book of Barbecue Techniques
by Steven Raichlen, Greg Schneider

I am, or shall I dare say "was" :-), not an expert griller. I was able to fully understand what the books said and able to follow the books. Which results in perfect food. My ribs are better than the ones from Sweet Water Tavern. The baby back ribs from Sweet Water Tavern was my family's favorite. With the same amount of money we paid for a rack, we can have 4 full racks now. Anyways, back to the books. The Weber book explains in detail about the characters of different food and also how to take advantage of their characters not just deal with them. I was able to understand the grill better because I understand the food, which the grill is designed to deal with, better.

I am not going to say too much about grills other than Weber's because I've never used them. All the knowledge I have about them is from other people's experience. The conclusion I draw from my research, alt.food.barbecue, web sites, Consumer Report and a cooking magazine(forgot name), is that if you want the same cooking quality like Weber, you would have to pay more than 3 times for other brands. And Weber throw in the unparalleled durability and quality pre/post sale customer service for free.

I bought the Genesis Gold C because of the durability of Stainless steel parts. Though many people in their review said the cast iron sear stack better. I still went for the stainless steel and paid more. Now, after 3 meal of perfectly seared stack, I realized that I could have saved some if I went for the Genesis Silver. No regret though. I would not recommend stainless steel grates other than the solid thick bar type grates on other brand's grill. The reason Weber's relative thin stainless steel grates can still sear great is because the grill can reach 800F. Yes, you read me correctly, my Weber can reach Eight Hundred Degree F with only 36000 BTUs. This actually caused me some problem when I tried to do some medium temperature cooking. The grill would not drop below 300F. I read about this in reviews and also called Weber. The reason is that the new stainless steal cover reflects heat too well. After several usage, the inside of cover looks dark brown and black and the grill surly can drop to around 250F now.

Not like the Coleman, which grills food pretty well but took my friend 6 hours to assemble. My Weber took me 15 min to assemble. Only 8 big scrolls. Weber even provides tools to do it.

Weber's customer service is perfect. Never had to wait for more than 2 min. You might say if the grill's quality is good, why would you ever call customer support. This might be true for you expert grillers, but not for me. I appreciate very much Weber support people's courtesy and knowledge of their product.

I can't say my Weber is the best looking grill. To be honest, it actually look cheap. When my wife saw my Weber the first time, she said "What, you spent $??? for this?" I said "Wait till you try the baby back ribs". She now constantly beg me to grill. Partly because then she does not have to cook, but I believe it's mostly because the quality of food from "My Weber". :-)

5-0 out of 5 stars well worth it...
i recently purchased the GENESIS GOLD C at a great price on amazon .com..also free shipping,,i saved myself about $150.00 as opposed to buying at a retailer it was well worth the money,,,the stainless stell looks great,,but not as important as the way it cooks,,,everything ive cooked so far,,steaks ribs,chicken,etc,, ive grilled and steamed vegetables, has tasted great,,the 15 min assy claim is a litle wishful thinking ,,it took me about an hour,,

5-0 out of 5 stars Supergrill!!
We're heading into our second summer with our Genesis Gold C. It's been GREAT! It is very well designed and built. The flexibility of the 3 burners with the wide heat output range makes anything possible. It's a nice big grill, something I've needed for a long time. I added the smoker accessory which takes away about 3 inches of grill space, but there's still plenty left. And the smoker works well. I especially like all the "counter" space you get with the Gold C. I haven't used the side burner as much as I expected, but it was handy when I wanted it. It's so unbelievably good to not have to deal with charcoal! Turn it on, turn it off - so simple, so clean! When I was shopping, I was concerned about the welded sheet metal grate. I was skeptical that they wouldn't cook the meat as well as welded rods (like those in the Summit) or the cast iron grate that comes with this grill at Home Depot. No worry - the stainless steel grate works wonderfully! It cleans up real nice and it isn't rusting away or sagging, at all.

I have to warn about the accessories. The reviewer that gave it 1 star was right about the cover. Of course, he is way out of line giving the grill a bad rating because of the optional cover. The cover has mesh vents right above the hood handle. A lot of rain and dirt can get in where you really don't want it. I also have had no luck making the funny basket style rotisserie work. I have a friend that bought the same grill and the same rotisserie, and he says it works fine for him. I guess I just don't get how to work it. As I said, the smoker was a good investment. Oh, yeah, the cast iron griddle is really neat. It eats up half of the grill space (more than half if you leave the smoker in), but grilling onions, peppers, mushrooms, etc. is much simpler on a griddle than a grate. And it fits on our gas stove in the kitchen, too. (psst.. I had to go elsewhere to get the griddle and the smoker - amazon didn't have them, am I allowed to say Abt?)

There are only a couple things that bother me about the grill: the wheels and the way the frame screws tend to work loose. The main wheels are the same as those on my old (real old) Weber Kettle, and those eventually disintegrated. The Genesis wheels show no signs of that happening, but eventually, I'm afraid they will. The little swivel casters on the other end really don't feel like outdoor sort of wheels. They get bogged down in my grass and I tend to lift that end and move it around like a wheel barrow. Maybe that's what causes the frame screws to periodically work loose. That's annoying, but easily fixed with a socket wrench.

But, you know what? The Genesis performs so overwhelmingly well that those complaints pale in comparison. So I will still give it an enthusiastic 5 stars! I love it! ... Read more


16. Weber 2004 Model 5220001 Summit Silver B Propane Gas Grill
list price: $1,199.00
our price: $999.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006LS6O
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 316
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

By combining the convenient features of their Genesis series grills with the sleekness of durable stainless steel, Weber has created "the most refined gas grill ever built." The Summit Silver B stands 61 inches tall, 60 inches wide, and 30 inches deep and features an input of 44,000 Btu's per hour. A brand-new burner system was designed for the Summit series: burner controls are on the front of the grill, which allows room for four burners, so all 504 square inches of the primary cooking area heat evenly and thoroughly. The Crossover Ignition System allows you to light all burners in succession with the push of one button. The Silver B's expanded total cooking surface of 700 square inches, including grates, warm-up basket, and warming rack, makes it easier to use various cooking styles: direct grilling for steaks and hamburgers or indirect heat for keeping grilled foods warm, toasting bread, or cooking delicate foods like fish and vegetables. The Silver B also features a handy side burner with 12,000 Btu input that makes cooking side dishes as you grill simple and convenient.

The Summit Silver B also has restaurant-grade enhancements, such as a commercial-grade front-mounted thermometer and two stainless steel cooking grate that are robot-welded for incredible strength. The hood, made of lustrous stainless steel, will never rust, peel, or fade, and its brushed stainless-steel handle stays as cool as it looks. Patented Flavorizer bars, made from heavy-gauge stainless steel, eliminate flare-ups and impart a rich flavor by turning meat juice into smoke. This liquid propane (LP) model includes a 20-pound LP tank. There are even spiderproof screens specially created to eliminate the frustrating problem of burner tubes clogged by cobwebs--Weber really did think of everything.

Redesigned for the Summit, Weber's sturdy cart gives you even more strength and space with two swing-up work surfaces. When you've finished cooking a delectable dinner, you can store all your tools and gear in the enclosed storage area equipped with stainless-steel doors and side panels, then roll the grill away on its crackproof, all-weather wheels. Made in the USA. --Rhonda Langdon ... Read more

Features

  • Propane gas grill; 44,000 Btu-per-hour input; 4 stainless steel burners
  • Stainless steel insulated lid will not rust or change color
  • 700 square-inch total cooking area
  • Commercial-grade side burner for side dishes
  • Stainless steel exterior, burners and cooking grates
  • 4 burners with a combined 44,000 BTU-per-hour input
  • Commercial-grade side burner
  • 902-sq-in. total cooking surface

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars No go for weight watchers!
We grill almost every day, winter and Summer, we have been "getting along" up to now with a Charboil grill which is cheap, and I am afraid, rather nasty but I didn`t know about Weber in those days.
When the Summit arrived, I knew that this was a different level of grilling. The first time I switched it on and fired up I was thinking, "the people who designed this knew what they were doing"
Easy to assemble, an eyecatcher on the deck and a charm to use.
Even cleaning it shows that this product was made by someone who KNOWS GRILLING. But be careful, using this baby has made me put on 5 pounds in two weeks. Thats the only down side. This machine is perfect and worth every one of the 999 dollars it cost.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you want viking quality but not viking price, Summit!!
I remember looking at a summit grill five years ago but fell for a "Cook On" instead. I remember the sales guy told me if you have the money summit is the only grill worth it. That was five years ago and the summit has just gotten better. The frame is strong, the body of the grill is twice as thick as others and the stainless looks clean. Flavor bars are solid and heavy. Big difference from Genesis! Most grills warn you not to exceen 500F, the Weber wants you to pre heat to 550F. Controls are perfect and look like they will wear well. Cart is good size and sturdy. Warming racks sit high enough you can leave them on and still reach the back of the grill. Four burners is a must and being able to control them like the Weber can is great. To sum it up, easy to build, easy to use, nice cook book comes with and warranty is best in business. This should be a ten year grill so remember that when you buy. This is a true five star grill for those who want to step up from a Genesis or a Target special grill.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hot Hot Hot!!!
This is my fifth lifetime Weber grill and they keep getting beter. Just like any other Weber, the quality is superb, the food tastes great, and it is sturdy as a rock! What seperates this one from the rest is striking looks! I proudly rolled this fine piece of culinary genius onto my back deck for the neighbors to gauck at! Oh, and the perfect touch is the beautiful thermometer set into the lid, with the nice red and black Weber logo. The silver and black thermometer and the stainless steel plating is what takes this grill to the SUMMIT! I'm proud to be a five time Weber customer. ... Read more


17. Weber 2004 Model 5290001 Summit Gold D Propane Gas Grill
list price: $1,899.99
our price: $1,699.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006LS6W
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 941
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Constructed with the sleekness and durability of stainless steel, Weber's Summit grills are arguably the most refined gas grills ever built. The Summit Gold D stands 61 inches tall, 68 inches wide, and 30 inches deep and features an input of 57,600 Btu's per hour. A brand-new burner system, featuring six burner controls on the front of the grill, allows all 648 square inches of the primary cooking area to heat evenly and thoroughly. The Crossover Ignition System lights all burners in succession with the push of one button. The Gold D's expanded total cooking surface of 902 square inches, including main grates, warm-up basket, and warming rack, makes it easy to use various cooking styles: direct grilling for steaks and hamburgers combined with indirect heat for keeping grilled foods warm, toasting bread, or cooking delicate foods like fish and vegetables. The deluxe model in the Summit series, the Gold D also comes with 1) a handy side burner for whipping up side dishes as you grill, 2) a stainless-steel smoker box to give your feasts the option of a smokehouse flavor, and 3) a stainless-steel rear-mounted rotisserie, powered by a 110-voltheavy-duty motor, that allows heat to radiate evenly when cooking roasts, or chicken, or turkey.

The Summit Gold D also boasts restaurant-grade enhancements, such as a commercial-grade front-mounted thermometer and two stainless steel cooking grates that are robot-welded for incredible strength. The hood, made of lustrous stainless steel, will never rust, peel, or fade, and its brushed stainless-steel handle stays as cool as it looks. Patented Flavorizer bars, made from heavy-gauge stainless steel, eliminate flare-ups and impart a rich flavor by vaporizing meat juice into steam and smoke. This liquid propane (LP) model includes a 20-pound LP tank. There are even spiderproof screens specially created to eliminate the frustrating problem of burner tubes clogged by cobwebs--Weber really did think of everything.

Redesigned for the Summit series, Weber's sturdy cart gives you even more strength and space with two swing-up work surfaces. When you've finished cooking, you can store all your tools and gear in the enclosed storage area equipped with stainless-steel doors and side panels, then roll the grill away on its crackproof all-weather wheels. Made in the USA.--Rhonda Langdon ... Read more

Features

  • Propane gas grill; 57,600 Btu-per-hour input; 902-sqaure-inch total cooking area
  • Stainless steel insulated lid; 6 stainless steel burners
  • 9,600 Btu-per-hour input rear-mounted infrared rotisserie burner
  • 12,000 Btu-per-hour input commercial-grade side burner
  • Enclosed storage area with stainless steel doors

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Almost Flawless
As other reviewers have pointed out, this Grill is fantastic (for a Gas grill). I have always been a charcoal guy and after much prodding from some fellow Gas friends, I decided to go in to the deep end. Primarily I was interested in having a lot of space and more importantly a smoker box. I know you just can't get the same flavor from Gas as you can from a Charcoal grill, so I planned on compensating via wood(smoker box). After using it, it definately makes a difference using the smoker, but charcoal is still better for flavor. The only issue is that this thing is the SUV of grills; It guzzles propane. There is a natural gas hookup option, if I'm not mistaken, but this wasn't an option where mine is physically located.

5-0 out of 5 stars You can't go wrong with Weber
I grill at least twice a week. And, I will tell you that you honestly can't go wrong with Weber. This company has figured out how to design grills that are both easy to use and yield great food. And, its customer service is superb.

I used to have a Weber Genesis. I loved that grill, but it was too small. It was getting pretty old, and I replaced it with a large, store-brand grill from CostCo. This grill was all stainless with lots of drawers. It was pretty, and for a large stainless grill, the price was great. The only problem was that if I tried to grill anything but carrots, the grill flared constantly. Chicken with the skin on or rib-eye steaks were, essentially, impossible to cook unless your preferred degree of doneness is charred. And, after a couple of months with some grease on the internals, I had to manually light the grill.

Even though the CostCo grill was less than a year old, I gave up and bought the Weber Summit D. What a great grill. No flare ups. Lights every time. Knobs are marked so that you can reproduce heat settings and time your cooking. Includes a compartment for wood chips that holds a lot of chips and has its own burner so that you can control the heat producing the smoke and make the chips last. And, it comes with a cookbook that gives fairly explicit instructions for virtually anything you might want to grill and includes some great recipies. If that isn't enough, two more cookbooks from Weber can be bought on Amazon.com. "The Art of the Grill" is great.

I haven't tried the rotisserie yet, but plan to this weekend. I expect that the results will be excellent.

Could the cabinet for this grill have more features considering the grill's cost? Yes. The cabinet just has two doors that open to reveal a large space. I would like it better if the cabinet included drawers. And, it is large enough that it could include several.

As to Weber's customer service. It has a Web site that includes recipies and contact information for customer support.

Our grill was already put together when we bought it. After we got it home, I noticed that it didn't come with a cookbook. I called the store from which we bought it. I was told that it didn't come with a cookbook. I called Weber. Weber sent me the cookbook at no charge. Then about a week later, I noticed that a small part that goes with the smoking chamber and holds water was missing. (Evidently the store that put the grill together lost the book and this part.) I called Weber. The part was sent at no cost.

If you're like me and you like to grill, but you are not an artist and don't want to stand over your grill, buy a Weber. I like to put on some steaks or whatever, kick back, and have a beer with minimal interaction with the grill. Sure, you have to time the meat and pay attention to when it should be turned. But, the Weber Summit D makes this easy. It is, in my experience, the easiest way to grill great food.

5-0 out of 5 stars The oscar goes to!!!
THIS IS WITH OUT A DOUBT, THE BEST GRILL FOR YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY. PUT 3 LARGE CHICKENS ON THE SPIT. TRY A FULL PRIME RIB! A 16LB. TURKEY! SMOKE 6 RACKS OF RIBS! THERE IS NOTHING THAT YOU CANNOT DO. GRILL, SMOKE, ROTISERIE AND DONT FORGET THE SIDE BURNER,FOR THAT POT OF CHILE. DONT BE AFRAID. WEBER KNOWS HOW TO PACK THIS UNIT FOR SHIPPING, ARRIVED WITHOUT A SCRATCH. WENT TOGETHER IN ABOUT A HOUR. FILL THE BOTTLE AND YOU JUST BECAME THE NEXT STEVE RAICHLEN. BAR-B-QUE!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Grill Ever
I sold a Weber 2000 to get the Summit Gold D. This thing is awesome, and "big". Quality is great. There are plenty of stainless grills out there with lots of bells and whistles, but I don't think there is one that can match the Weber Summit Gold D and Weber's after sales support.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great grill
Just received grill this week. Assembly took about 1 1/2 hours. Quality of fit and finish and packaging was outstanding. Be careful of the side burner igniter wire taped to the side. We accidentally triggered the igniter when lifting the grill and shocked my arm. Assembly only had one hitch, a pin to hold the lid needed its hole reamed out with a drill, other than that flawless. Burners fired right up and within minutes grill was registering 550 F. Cooked flawless meal. Extra room is great, never felt like a crowded surface. Does anybody really need this fancy of a grill? Not many, but it is a joy to use and after using it a lesser grill would be too much compromise. Also, felt good about Weber brand, widely available parts, service if ever needed. ... Read more


18. Weber 9850 Standard Gas Grill Cover
list price: $39.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004RAM3
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 344
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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The deliciously cooked foods Weber grills produce are reason enough to keep yours clean and protected year-round with a weather-resistant Weber grill cover. Weber standard grill covers fit over the upper half of the grilling units, leaving the legs, grill bottom, and fuel tank exposed. Like all Weber grill covers, this one is made of heavy-duty vinyl that resists cracking even in subzero temperatures. It fits Genesis Silver-A grills and the older Spirit 500 grills. --Benjamin Reese ... Read more

Features

  • Approximately 22 by 53 by 14 inches
  • Heavy-duty, vinyl, slip-over outdoor grill cover
  • Fits Weber Genesis Silver A grills and the older Spirit 500 grills
  • Slips over upper half of the grill to protect from elements and falling leaves
  • Resists cracking even in the coldest temperatures

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars A little tight, good quality
Quality heavy duty material with corner straps to slip around corners but somewhat tight. Have to stretch it tight to get it on.

3-0 out of 5 stars Works well, when it's on...
The standard Weber gas grill cover fits my new Genesis Silver A perfectly. The material is heavy-duty vinyl, well made and repels rain and snow in exactly the fashion one would expect. The biggest problem is that the cover blows off when the wind picks up and there's no cinch cord or straps on the bottom edge to hold it on the grill. Perhaps this is why the Deluxe model is longer

4-0 out of 5 stars Good protection, long lasting
I've been using one of these to cover my grill for 5 years now, and it's still in good shape, even after protecting my grill against Colorado winters for 4 of those 5 years. It's easy to put on and take off, and offers protection against rain and snow.

Weber grills may be durable, and the porcelain coating definitely helps, but I still cringe when I see an uprotected grill getting rained on for months on end.

2-0 out of 5 stars didn't fit
this doesn't fit my 54" BBQ grill(says up to 55"). Not univeral. ... Read more


19. Weber 2004 Model 5360001 Summit Gold A Natural Gas Grill
list price: $1,399.00
our price: $1,299.00
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Asin: B00006LS6T
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 560
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Constructed with the sleekness and durability of stainless steel, Weber's Summit grills are arguably the most refined gas grills ever built. The Summit Gold A stands 61 inches tall, 68 inches wide, and 30 inches deep and features an input of 57,600 Btu's per hour. A brand-new burner system, featuring six burner controls on the front of the grill, allows all 648 square inches of the primary cooking area to heat evenly and thoroughly. The Crossover Ignition System lights all burners in succession with the push of one button. The Gold A's expanded total cooking surface of 902 square inches, including main grates, warm-up basket, and warming rack, makes it easy to use various cooking styles: direct grilling for steaks and hamburgers combined with indirect heat for keeping grilled foods warm, toasting bread, or cooking delicate foods like fish and vegetables.

The Summit Gold A also boasts restaurant-grade enhancements, such as a commercial-grade front-mounted thermometer and two stainless-steel cooking grates that are robot-welded for incredible strength. The hood, made of lustrous stainless steel, will never rust, peel, or fade, and its brushed stainless-steel handle stays as cool as it looks. Patented Flavorizer bars, made from heavy-gauge stainless steel, eliminate flare-ups and impart a rich flavor by vaporizing meat juice into steam and smoke. With the 12-footquick-disconnect hose, connecting your natural gas supply is, literally, a snap. There are even spiderproof screens specially created to eliminate the frustrating problem of burner tubes clogged by cobwebs--Weber really did think of everything.

Redesigned for the Summit series, Weber's sturdy cart gives you even more strength and space with two swing-up work surfaces. When you've finished cooking, you can store all your tools and gear in the enclosed storage area equipped with stainless-steel doors and side panels, then roll the grill away on its crackproof all-weather wheels. Made in the USA.--Rhonda Langdon ... Read more

Features

  • Enclosed storage area with stainless steel doors
  • Natural gas grill; 57,600 Btu-per-hour input
  • Stainless steel insulated lid; 6 stainless steel burners
  • 902-sqaure-inch total cooking area
  • 2 removable swing-up work surfaces

20. Weber 2004 Model 5270001 Summit Gold B Propane Gas Grill
list price: $1,499.00
our price: $1,399.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006LS6U
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 903
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Amazon.com Review

Constructed with the sleekness and durability of stainless steel, Weber's Summit grills are arguably the most refined gas grills ever built. The Summit Gold B stands 61 inches tall, 68 inches wide, and 30 inches deep and features an input of 57,600 Btu's per hour. A brand-new burner system, featuring six burner controls on the front of the grill, allows all 648 square inches of the primary cooking area to heat evenly and thoroughly. The Crossover Ignition System lights all burners in succession with the push of one button. The Gold B's expanded total cooking surface of 902 square inches, including main grates, warm-up basket, and warming rack, makes it easy to use various cooking styles: direct grilling for steaks and hamburgers combined with indirect heat for keeping grilled foods warm, toasting bread, or cooking delicate foods like fish and vegetables. The Gold B also comes with a handy side burner--not found on the Gold A model--for whipping up side dishes and sauces as you grill.

The Summit Gold B also boasts restaurant-grade enhancements, such as a commercial-grade front-mounted thermometer and two stainless steel cooking grates that are robot-welded for incredible strength. The hood, made of lustrous stainless steel, will never rust, peel, or fade, and its brushed stainless-steel handle stays as cool as it looks. Patented Flavorizer bars, made from heavy-gauge stainless steel, eliminate flare-ups and impart a rich flavor by vaporizing meat juice into steam and smoke. This liquid propane (LP) model includes a 20-pound LP tank. There are even spiderproof screens specially created to eliminate the frustrating problem of burner tubes clogged by cobwebs--Weber really did think of everything.

Redesigned for the Summit series, Weber's sturdy cart gives you even more strength and space with two swing-up work surfaces. When you've finished cooking, you can store all your tools and gear in the enclosed storage area equipped with stainless-steel doors and side panels, then roll the grill away on its crackproof all-weather wheels. Made in the USA.--Rhonda Langdon ... Read more

Features

  • Enclosed storage area with stainless steel doors
  • Propane gas grill; 57,600 Btu-per-hour input
  • Stainless steel insulated lid; 6 stainless steel burners
  • 902 square-inch total cooking area; 2 swing-up work surfaces
  • 12,000 Btu-per-hour input commercial-grade side burner

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