Performing as well as grills that cost hundreds of dollars more the Weber Spirit II E-310 LP Gas Grill costs, the proprietary GS4 Grilling System is what makes it stand out the most.
We are calling the $500 Weber Spirit II E-310 LP Gas Grill a value purchase; not that $500 is cheap, but one could spend a lot more. Still, this grill could easily sell for a couple hundred dollars more and it will last you for a decade and then some if you clean and maintain it, so I stand by my assertion that it’s a great value.
What makes this ostensibly simple grill so special? It’s not the 529 square inches of cooking space, ample though that is for a relatively small grill. Nor is it the multiple tool hooks on which you can hang tongs, a spatula, a fork, and more, convenient though they are. And it’s not even the durable porcelain-coated cast iron cooking grates.
What stands out about this Weber gas grill is the GS4 Grilling System, which is superbly designed and crafted. The system starts with the highly reliable Infinity Ignition System, a starter that fires up one, two, or all three of the 10,000 BTU burners. These burners blaze away beneath “Flavorizer Bars” that spread the heat evenly, and above a grease management system that catches and collects drips and spatters and makes cleaning the interior of the grill blissfully easy.
In conclusion, the grill has an “exceptional value” that offers “exceptional performance” and that creates “perfectly cooked” food time after time.
With dozens of reviews posted, the Weber Spirit II E-310 LP Gas Grill has a solid 4.3-star rating on Amazon. An owner raved that the “ignition is flawless” and it’s quick heating, reporting that it reached “500 degrees in a few minutes.” Another put it simply, saying: “When you buy the best … you get the best.”
Pros: Great price for the quality, excellent ignition system, heats quickly and evenly
Cons: Awkward to move from place to place