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Summit® e-670

Reviews (6)
6 Stainless steel burners
60,000 BTU-per-hour input
769 sq in Total cooking area
57.1 (H)x74.1 (W)x30 (L)" Dimensions (Lid Open)
51 (H)x74.1 (W)x30 (L)" Dimensions (Lid Closed)
6 Stainless steel burners
60,000 BTU-per-hour input
769 sq in Total cooking area
57.1 (H)x74.1 (W)x30 (L)" Dimensions (Lid Open)
51 (H)x74.1 (W)x30 (L)" Dimensions (Lid Closed)
Benefits
  • Grill Overview
  • Porcelain-Enameled Lid
  • 9 mm Diameter Stainless Steel Rod Cooking Grates
  • Snap-Jet™ Individual Burner Ignition System
  • Sear Station® Burner
  • Smoker Burner
  • Lighted Control Knobs
  • Integrated LED Tank Scale
  • Stainless Steel Side Tables
  • Tuck-Away™ Rotisserie System
  • Side Burner
  • Two Grill Out® Handle Lights
  • Painted Steel Doors
  • Heavy-Duty Locking Casters
Benefits
  • Grill Overview
  • Porcelain-Enameled Lid
  • 9 mm Diameter Stainless Steel Rod Cooking Grates
  • Snap-Jet™ Individual Burner Ignition System
  • Sear Station® Burner
  • Smoker Burner
  • Lighted Control Knobs
  • Integrated LED Tank Scale
  • Stainless Steel Side Tables
  • Tuck-Away™ Rotisserie System
  • Side Burner
  • Two Grill Out® Handle Lights
  • Painted Steel Doors
  • Heavy-Duty Locking Casters
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Grill Overview

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9 mm Diameter Stainless Steel Rod Cooking Grates

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Snap-Jet™ Individual Burner Ignition System

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Sear Station® Burner

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Smoker Burner

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Integrated LED Tank Scale

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Stainless Steel Side Tables

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Tuck-Away™ Rotisserie System

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Side Burner

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Two Grill Out® Handle Lights

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Heavy-Duty Locking Casters

Average Overall Customer Rating

Rating: 5 stars

100% of reviewers recommend this grill

Durability

4.3

 
Cooking Performance

4.5

 
Value

5

 
Overall Quality

4.2

 

Nov 21, 2016

Rating: 4 stars

Maintenance & Repair

I really like the grill, primarily because of the large surface area and overall performance. I like the versatility of the smoke box & rotisserie but use them infrequently. We've had the grill for over 5 years and I use it at least one a week, often daily. I rated it overall a four due to the corrosion described below. The grill is located outside in San Diego less that a mile from the ocean and bay. I cover it during the rainy season but am not perfect.

I replaced the manifold yesterday because one burner control was frozen due to corrosion . The instructions that came with the part were good. It was reasonably simple but took about three hours and some patience. After removal I rested the control panel on a five gallon plastic bucket during the repair, instead of resting it perpendicularly on it's side as suggested in the instructions. Disconnecting the gas and electric connections required care.The most time consuming step was replacing the heat shied/water protector behind the control panel. The fasteners (metal screws) that attached the heat shield were very difficult to align. The second screw replacement was blind and I could only access it with two index fingers. There might be a better way or a better tool. I used duct tape to hold the alignment, a flat head crew driver, a regular wrench and a socket wrench. I wish I had ordered and replaced the burner tubes at the same time to save future labor. I think they will last a couple of years longer but they we had had surface corrosion.

Weber recommends cleaning the burner tubes with a wire brush twice a year. I fist cleaned the burner tubes yesterday. A wire brush was not sufficient so I used a sharp knife to reopen the holes on the burner tubes. I also need to replace the front and rear brackets the hold the flavorer bars. The front bracket was so badly corroded that it fell apart. After these brackets I expect the performance to be the same as it was when I first used it.

Would you recommend this product? YES

Mike V

How Often:

Every day

Type of Griller:

Advanced

How Long Owned:

5 to 10 years

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

Aug 5, 2016

Rating: 2 stars

Warranty is junk, customer service needs improvement, cooks great though.

I bought my Summit 670 in August of 2014. In October of 2015 I contacted Weber about some corrosion at the top of the cook box. I didn't hear back and by June 2016 the corrosion was becoming rust. I then contacted Weber again.

After sending Donnie Ray Sampson, Customer Service Rep, pictures of the corrosion he contacted me and stated that he saw what I was talking about, however at the time he denied it as a warranty issue. My point was the corrosion is rust and will only get worse, but he disagreed. I asked him to email me his findings for my records. He kept referring me to the warranty which clearly stated rust was a warranty issue. Therefore, I needed him to email me why corrosion and the appearance of burnt orange did not meet the threshold of a warranty issue. Donny Ray agreed to email me and it is August 4th and still no email.

I contacted my vendor and Weber Canada who both agreed it was a warranty issue. Jenny was awesome to deal with regarding this warranty problem. I don't know what the difference in opinion is within the company, but after having to contact the company several times and get denied I question the strength of this warranty. One gets sold on the "Cadillac" version of a barbeque that lacks a Cadillac warranty. When one pays $3000 for a barbeque then warranty issues should not be a second thought for equipment sold as a "Cadillac".

In contrast, my good friend bought a $1000 barbeque from Costco and applied for the warranty to be honoured. The company offered to fix the problem or refund him two years later! That's a Ferrari warranty right there!

I was assured that the performance wouldn't be affected and it isn't affected. I feel like a moron spending $3000, cleaning, maintaining and even storing this in the garage during the winter to protect it. For me, it was an investment as it is more efficient than electricity. I use it minimum three times a week. I live in Calgary which is dry and arid. I have a vehicle that I drive through snow, sand and salt with little sign of rusting and yet my barbeque is rusting.

Based off of my customer service experience with Donnie Ray I would rate the warranty one star. Based off of the corrosion I would give it two stars, just because I went to a show room and felt the affected area on a new barbeque and it is a straight edge and most likely the cause of the damage. From my experience cooking on it I would give it 5 stars because it really does work. I just don't have the confidence in the product that I did when I bought it.

Sorry Weber, I expected more from the warranty for what I paid. If this was a limited warranty for significantly less it would be palatable, but Donnie Ray showed me what I invested in when I bought in 2014. Jenny is what I believe I invested in back in 2014 and I really appreciate her being copacetic to the corrosion and rust that has affected my equipment.

Would you recommend this product? no

Tony C

How Often:

Every day

Type of Griller:

Advanced

How Long Owned:

1 to 5 years

Durability: 2
Value: 5
Performance: 3
Quality: 1

Apr 25, 2016

Rating: 5 stars

My 4 th Weber in 40 years

Ok here goes I just purchased the newest Genesis 330 in stainless steel,it'll be here Wednesday.....this however isn't my first time around the block with a Weber grill !! This is the 3 Rd genisus I've had and wouldn't consider anything but a Weber...!! I did my diligence within the Weber catalogue and the 330 kept looking like it was the next grill to come home... The grill itself stands on its pedigree and could never dissapoint...wouldn't make sense ! Having dealt with Weber for many many customer service calls....they are,you guessed it....the most client satisfaction driven folks I've ever dealt with....you may have figured out that I'm a very very satisfied Weber client...( still
Have a binder full of the "grill out times newsletter " ) so it will take a lot for me to
Say anything disparaging about W...at the end of the day my Weber makes me look
Like a much better "grillmiester" than I am and they are built like a Sherman tank....they freakin live forever !! Having fun with this review....I will post another review after I use it.....beefs already seasoned....yeah me....yeah Weber !!!

Would you recommend this product? YES

Jeff M

How Often:

Once a week

Type of Griller:

Advanced

How Long Owned:

New

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

Apr 12, 2016

Rating: 5 stars

Versatile Workhorse

I've wanted this grill for several years, but could never justify it - I already had two perfectly serviceable, older Genesis grills on my deck that I often used in tandem for our family of six. I finally kicked the 17-year old one to the curb and bought this - and am I ever glad I did. You can buy fancier and certainly more expensive grills, but you won't find a better value - yes, a $2,500 grill can be a value.

This is a great-looking grill that does it all - from slow-smoked ribs and large roasts and poultry, to rotisserie chicken, to seafood, burgers, steaks, and chops. With a large cooking surface, six main burners and a sear station, you can really control your heat and have multiple heat zones. So you can sear your steaks or chops, for example, but then move them over to the cool side next to the smoker box to finish, and let them pick up some wood flavor. And you have a bailout area if you get an unexpected flareup. The grill is also plenty powerful - can get well over 600 degrees, which works well to give steaks a good, quick char.

Build quality is sturdy and typical Weber. It comes with extremely heavy grill grates that look like they will last a long time, and Weber is great about keeping replacement flavorizer bars and burners available - which do need to be replaced from time to time. Lighted control knobs are handy.

Complaints are minor. The vents on the front panel let rain into the storage compartment, so you do need to keep it covered. Lights on the handle help, but cannot light the rear half of the grill due to the handle angle. Casters don't have much ground clearance so frequently lock when rolling grill across uneven deck boards, which is annoying. The grill does use propane rather quickly, given its size, so I sometimes use my remaining smaller Weber for simpler tasks - others may want to consider a gas line.

When I was young, I bought cheaper grills, that looked impressively large, but didn't last or cook evenly. I now have my entire family hooked on Webers. They cost more in the short run, but last forever and perform much better.

Would you recommend this product? YES

Scott C

How Often:

Once a week

Type of Griller:

Advanced

How Long Owned:

Less than a year

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

May 29, 2014

Rating: 5 stars

King of The Weber Hill

Weber needs to add flexibility to the choices above. We grill 2-3 times a week, a little less in the winter although we have a dedicated snow shovel on the grilling deck! It's been 18 months since this bad boy arrived. With over 40 years of gas grilling experience, I feel qualified to comment on this unit. So far reliability is top notch.

This grill does everything, and it does everything very well. It's easy to clean. Fires up every time (even at temperatures hovering near zero). Easy to switch gas tanks. Great readout on fuel level left in tank. In short, everything related to getting ready to grill is a breeze on the Summit E-670.

The grilling experience is perfect. From burgers to a $150 Prime Rib Roast on the spit, this grill handles it all. I've even learned to love grilled veggies...no kidding!

Whether it's direct or indirect heating, the Summit produces perfect results. The learning curve is minimal...you already know how to do most of this, you've just never had the flexibility to do it all on the same grill. The burner controls offer a wide range of heat from very low to 600-degree high...this is the key to getting just the right temperature to cook your entree.

You will not regret the money spent on this unit. We ordered online, and paid $2049 including tax & shipping in January of 2013.

Would you recommend this product? YES

Scott V

How Often:

Once a week

Type of Griller:

Advanced

How Long Owned:

1 to 5 years

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

Jul 2, 2013

Rating: 5 stars

The Weber Summit E670 - The King of All Gas Grills.

I previously owned a Weber traditional charcoal grill (25 years). I recently decided to upgrade to a gas grill for the first time ever. Based on prior experience using a Weber, I knew the quality and durability of the brand was second to none. So, even though I looked at a few other brands during the selection process, I liked the features and look of the Summit E670 model from the first time I saw it and read the overview on the Weber website. So, after an in depth review process across several brands, I purchased the Weber Summit E670.

This grill is "extremely" well built, weighing slightly less than 300 pounds (289). The assembly process was a breeze (I really took my time, reading instructions during the assembly process and it still only took me 1.5 hours from start to finish). After using the grill about 5-6 times so far, I have been completely blown away by its overall features and performance. I won't go through a long recap/review of all performance features, but make no mistake; this is a VERY, VERY impressive grill. See the below review...

The 6 burners provide a well-balanced heat source across the grill grates and the smoker is simply excellent. The lighted knobs and grill handle overhead lights are really nice for night grilling. The drip pan system works flawlessly and helps keep grease from running onto your deck or patio area. The Searing station feature is absolutely outstanding and works extremely well with all meat selections, but especially well with steaks and chicken breast. I have not used the rotisserie yet, but I do look forward to it - the hidden rotisserie motor compartment is a well designed - well thought out feature. I was initially considering the Weber E620 (buy the rotisserie motor and smoker separately to save money, but decided to go with the Weber E670 - so glad I did. I have been extremely happy with my decision and this grill.

Overall, the Weber E670 is an outstanding grill and therefore, I "highly" recommend it to "anyone" who wants to own a versatile grill, with features that surpass all other brands. Don't wait ... buy it NOW! This grill is of the highest level of quality. Yes, it is expensive, but the grill is of great value and will guarantee you a great ROI and, it will provide the setting for many memorable cookouts with family and friends for the next 25-30 years. Happy Grilling!

Would you recommend this product? YES

Kevin F

How Often:

Once a week

Type of Griller:

Intermediate

How Long Owned:

A few months

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