(0)

Spirit® e-210

Reviews (10)
2 Stainless steel burners
26,500 BTU-per-hour input
450 sq in Total cooking area
63 (H)x50, 29.5-with tables folded (W)x32 (L)" Dimensions (Lid Open)
45.5 (H)x50, 29.5-with tables folded (W)x32 (L)" Dimensions (Lid Closed)
2 Stainless steel burners
26,500 BTU-per-hour input
450 sq in Total cooking area
63 (H)x50, 29.5-with tables folded (W)x32 (L)" Dimensions (Lid Open)
45.5 (H)x50, 29.5-with tables folded (W)x32 (L)" Dimensions (Lid Closed)
Benefits
  • Grill Overview
  • Fold-Down Tables
  • Porcelain-Enameled, Cast-Iron Cooking Grates
  • Fuel Gauge
  • Painted Steel Door
  • Heavy-Duty Locking Casters
  • Electronic Crossover® Ignition System
  • Built-In Thermometer
Benefits
  • Grill Overview
  • Fold-Down Tables
  • Porcelain-Enameled, Cast-Iron Cooking Grates
  • Fuel Gauge
  • Painted Steel Door
  • Heavy-Duty Locking Casters
  • Electronic Crossover® Ignition System
  • Built-In Thermometer
×

Grill Overview

×

Fold-Down Tables

×

Porcelain-Enameled, Cast-Iron Cooking Grates

×

Fuel Gauge

×

Painted Steel Door

×

Heavy-Duty Locking Casters

×

Electronic Crossover® Ignition System

Average Overall Customer Rating

Rating: 5 stars

100% of reviewers recommend this grill

Durability

4.8

 
Cooking Performance

4.6

 
Value

4.8

 
Overall Quality

4.8

 

Oct 24, 2016

Rating: 5 stars

Paper Label

Have not yet started grill yet. Bought grill 10/03/16 but was unable to use immediately because there was a paper label on the front of the lid which would not come off.

I was going to return grill to Home Depot, but I called Weber and they resolved issue by sending me a whole new lid.

Why Weber would put a peel off label on the grill that does not peel off is beyond me.

Do not buy a Weber grill with a paper label pasted to the lid.

Would you recommend this product? YES

Raymond B

How Often:

Once a week

Type of Griller:

Advanced

How Long Owned:

New

Durability: 5
Value: 5
Performance: 5
Quality: 5

Jul 9, 2015

Rating: 5 stars

My first Weber grill

Since there are just the two of us, I was looking for a smaller gas grill to replace the large grill of another brand that was falling apart. After reading the reviews, I decided on the Weber E-210. I am not sorry. MODEL: First of all, for anyone shopping for an E-210 gas grill, there are two models of this grill; one is the E-210 gas grill and then the one that I purchased, the E-210 GBS (Gourmet BBQ System). The GBS has a different style grate to accommodate the griddle or the other gourmet accessories. ASSEMBLY: I assembled it at home. The instructions are all visual with lots of pictures and I could follow them with no problem. All the parts were there and the pieces were well packed. PANEL: The panel in front will take some getting used to. Each time you want to turn the gas on or off, or remove the grease catchers for cleaning after grilling, you will have to remove the panel, rather than opening a door. LP SCALE: I like the scale that holds the LP tank, but a full tank is heavy to lift onto the scale. I did scratch the paint on the bottom of my grill stand trying to get the tank in place. To avoid further scratches, I got a strip of black adhesive with the grit (used for steps) and put it on the bottom of the stand. I am looking forward to getting a lot of use out of my new Weber E-210 GBS.

Would you recommend this product? YES

Virginia S

How Often:

Every day

Type of Griller:

Intermediate

How Long Owned:

New

Durability: 5
Value: 5
Performance: 5
Quality: 5

Jun 8, 2015

Rating: 5 stars

Very poor corrosion resistance

Don't waste your $400 for this grill if you haven't already done so. I bought this grill a couple of years ago after reading good reviews and knowing Weber has a good reputation for grills. What I didn't expect was the stand the grill sets on to start rusting within a couple of weeks and then to be completely rusted through (basically worthless , casters falling out rusted through) within 2 years. I have no problem with the other parts of the grill, the box is great, it cooks food wonderfully, however what good is that when you don't have a base! If you do buy one of these , do NOT go past your 2 year warranty thinking it was maybe just surface rust, call Weber immediately to see if they will do something about it. I do live in Florida, but not on the beach, and my grill stays under a cover first then under a porch away from the elements. I will probably never buy from them again after this, really poor quality control on the painted steel parts I guess.

Would you recommend this product? no

Dale C

How Often:

Once a week

Type of Griller:

Intermediate

How Long Owned:

1 to 5 years

Durability: 1
Value: 4
Performance: 1
Quality: 1

May 23, 2015

Rating: 5 stars

Cookin' with gas once again!!

I "lost" my old Weber bought many years ago in my divorce and have since been using a Weber Smokey Joe charcoal grill. While "The Joe" is a great little grill, I miss the ease and frankly the taste of the old Weber gas grill. Just purchased my new E210 and it reached 500 degrees in 10 minutes flat and 550 in 15 on a pleasant 80 degree day.
To break the grill in properly, I have a potato baking along with a yellow onion that has a bouillon cube, butter, and garlic powder in the middle of the onion cooking to be followed by a beautiful ribeye at the right moment.
I made the mistake of trying to cut corners by buying a cheaper grill....three (3) of them to be honest), only to return each of them after cooking on them one time. While this is a fairly pricey grill and I had MUCH rather spend a couple of hundred for a two burner grill, the old adage of "You get whatcha pay for" is certainly true here.
Very happy and I seriously doubt I'll be returning this one!

Would you recommend this product? YES

Mike T

How Often:

Every day

Type of Griller:

Advanced

How Long Owned:

New

Durability: 5
Value: 4
Performance: 4
Quality: 5

May 21, 2015

Rating: 5 stars

Weber E-210 gas two burner review

This review is about my newly purchased Weber Spirit E-210 two-burner gas grill. I have been using exclusively Weber charcoal kettle grills for about the past forty years. I reasoned that that it was about time to finally add a gas grill! I bought this compact model because there are only two of us, and I did not see a need for a larger grill. A very favorable review from “a leading consumer magazine” was influential in my decision. I like the fact that the grill is quite compact, and has folding ends. The optional cover with storage bag is quite nice. Although the big-box store offered free assembly, I preferred assembling the grill myself. I was surprised at the care and design of the packaging, and the quality of the engineering and manufacturing of the components. It took about two hours to assemble, and there was neither a short nor extra part. Everything fit. Amazing. My first use of the grill was cooking two five-pound brined chickens, splayed “spatchcock” style. I was again pleasantly surprised when I could easily fit this much food on a relatively small grill. Preheating the grill to 500 degrees took thirteen minutes on a cool spring day. Maintaining a stable 350 to 375 degree grill temperature required frequent checking, and tweaking of the burners. The grill temperature responded quickly, and this is quite different from charcoal cooking. After one hour, the birds were cooked perfectly. A note: I believe that direct versus indirect heat is a moot point on a gas grill, especially a two burner grill. Grill temperature is what is important, and in my case, I did not have a flare-up problem due to maintaining the proper temperature. I cannot attest to durability of the product since I just purchased the grill, but by what I’ve seen so far, I don’t think I’ll be disappointed. I plan to continue to use my kettle grill for long cooking foods that benefit from smoking, like pork shoulder. This new gas grill will probably get more use. I miss the printed recipe books like were provided with my kettles, but I guess recipes are available online. Thanks Weber.

Would you recommend this product? YES

David F

How Often:

Once a week

Type of Griller:

Advanced

How Long Owned:

New

Durability: 5
Value: 5
Performance: 4
Quality: 5

May 4, 2015

Rating: 5 stars

Perfect size

I previously had a 4 burner Igloo grill w/side burner that was 11 years old. Had great performance and never had to replace any parts - it didn't owe me dime when the bottom of the firebox rusted through. I thought the Genesis line was beautiful but I wanted a grill that had side tables that folded down for easier storage on my lanai. So to get the fold down side tables I sacrificed having three burners which I would have preferred. Clearly the Spirit 210 has room for a third burner. Weber should offer the Spirit or Genesis in a model with 3 burners and fold down tables - I would have purchased it in a heartbeat. I am sure this grill will be fine since on the old one I rarely cooked with more than the two center burners going except for preheating. The Spirit E210 appears to have the Weber quality at a very reasonable price. Since I follow instructions and keep my grill very clean I would guess this one will last me a very long time.

Would you recommend this product? YES

Nancy D

How Often:

Once a week

Type of Griller:

Intermediate

How Long Owned:

New

Durability: 5
Value: 5
Performance: 5
Quality: 5

Apr 27, 2015

Rating: 4 stars

2 burners do limit heat potential

I got this grill because I was looking for weber quality that I have had in my weber kettle (charcoal person for 30 years tried a cheap gas 15 years ago bad move). I was a bit dismayed that the Spirits are made in China. However it does seems to be built very well. I have had it for a couple of weeks now and cooked on it several times. This grill does rely on the principal of keep the lid closed to keep it hot enough. It tops out about 515 degrees in 15 minutes. If the lid is opened it loses heat fast...so trying to make the diamond grill marks are out of the question as to much heat is lost to rotate the steak or chicken. So my recommendation is just to open once to flip it...you will at least get a single row of sear marks...because if you open just to rotate to much heat is lost and you will add to your cooking time (12 total minutes for chicken turns into 18). A 3 burner is better it would seem to me for faster recovery of heat and allow for rotation to get the diamond sear marks.


Ohio

Would you recommend this product? YES

Chris K

How Often:

Once a week

Type of Griller:

Advanced

How Long Owned:

New

Durability: 5
Value: 3
Performance: 4
Quality: 5

Mar 24, 2015

Rating: 5 stars

I love my Weber Spirit E-210 Grill

This is my first Grill ever and I couldn't of picked a better one to go with. I have read reviews and have went to stores looking at the flimsy crap that major stores carry for the most part and this is far and above better. Everything on this grill feels solid, virtually no play in the lid. This Grill is perfectly sized for my trailer as it has fold down side tables and stores in my shed easily. There is plenty of cooking space for whatever I need to cook as well considering it is usually just me and my girlfriend I am cooking for. The grill ignites on the first push of the button every time also.
The cons are the high price of this unit. But as it has been said, you get what you pay for and you are definately getting superb quality with this grill.
The other con is cleaning this grill is a pain in the but. But it is also my first grill and so I am sure I am just not versed in the easier ways of getting the job done.

Would you recommend this product? YES

Joseph W

How Often:

Once a week

Type of Griller:

Beginner

How Long Owned:

Less than a year

Durability: 5
Value: 5
Performance: 5
Quality: 5

Feb 21, 2015

Rating: 5 stars

Sturdy & Powerful

This grill is built to last! I should have brought a Weber years ago. Never to late to realize how well built not to mention how fast it heats up! I look forward to plenty of good times cooking with my Weber grill!!

Would you recommend this product? YES

michael s

How Often:

Every day

Type of Griller:

Advanced

How Long Owned:

New

Durability: 5
Value: 5
Performance: 5
Quality: 5

Feb 8, 2015

Rating: 5 stars

Good Grill

It's new and I only used it a few times so far , I really like that it lets you know when your gas tank is low , so far it seems to cook very well ,
I hope it holds up a long , long time ,
I don't recall paying over $100 dollars for any grill I had , but the last cheap grill I just through away, the paint from the inside the lid was peeling off and falling on to the food ,( Not Good ) so my wife and I talked and said to move up to a grill that is of a good quality , so we started looking at reviews on grills and got the Weber E 210 , I never had a nice grill like the Weber before , that's why I'm giving a little less on value , because it's a smaller grill with a very high price tag , A little lesser of a price can help some of us poor folk afford a good cooking grill like the Weber E 210 .

Would you recommend this product? YES

Nathan B

How Often:

Once a week

Type of Griller:

Advanced

How Long Owned:

New

Durability: 5
Value: 5
Performance: 3
Quality: 5
Spirit® e-210

2 Stainless steel burners, Porcelain-enameled Flavorizer® bars, 2 Stainless steel fold-down tables

Spirit® E-210™
Spirit® s-210

2 Stainless steel burners, Porcelain-enameled Flavorizer® bars, 2 Stainless steel fold-down tables

Spirit® S-210™
Spirit® e-310

3 Stainless steel burners, Porcelain-enameled Flavorizer® bars

Spirit® E-310™
Spirit® e-330

3 Stainless steel burners, Porcelain-enameled Flavorizer® bars

Spirit® E-330™
×

Spirit® E-210

Share Grill

Show your friends, family, and neighbors what they have to look forward to at your next barbecue.

A link to the following grill will be included in the email:
Spirit® E-210

×
;