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Built for Genesis II 200/300 series
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Turn your barbecue into a backyard rotisserie. Slow-roast a crispy yet moist whole chicken or tender ribs. The Rotisserie gently rotates food above the cooking grate, producing succulent, self-basted meat directly from your backyard kitchen.

Fits: Genesis® II and Genesis® II LX 200 and 300 series gas grills

Item #7652

  • Out-of-carton Dimensions
    5.6"H x 0.4"W x 42.1"D
    Individual Carton Dimensions
    3.3"H x 5.2"W x 29.3"D
    Stainless steel
    Care Instructions
    Hand wash - Shaft, Dishwasher safe - Forks only
    Genesis® II and Genesis® II LX 200 and 300 series gas grills
    • Features
      Forks designed to hold both large and small cuts of meat
      Includes stainless steel spit, forks, handle and hardware
  •  Rotisserie View

    Image for capacity demonstration purposes only.
    Actual product model and features may vary.

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Rotisserie is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 50.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from poor design After discontinuing the Genesis E330 which had an also discontinued rotisserie with the loop on the non motor end they replaced it with a rotisserie with a stupid 8 inch handle on the end which disables the sideburner. The loop on the end of the discontinued rotisserie was DESIGNED to NOT disable the sideburner. What happened to "Weber engineering"? I have been a loyal Weber customer for 4 decades. It took numerous calls to customer service which has become nothing but a call center to understand that the new rotisserie protudes over the sideburner, thus disabling it. I have the new and poorly designed Genesis 2 345.
Date published: 2019-06-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Genesis II LX Rotisserie I just purchased a new Genesis II LX and also purchased a rotisserie. The bracket for the rotisserie is a very poor design. The motor actually rests on the side tray when the spit is not inserted into the motor. The spit holds the motor up. This is a disappointing design flaw should have been avoided. The motor bracket must be redesigned to fit the current grill design. Also, the height of the side trays should probably be lowered to increase the space between the motor and tray for cleaning purposes. My previous Weber gas grills did not have these issues. I have had a couple other Weber grills and I was very happy with the design. This issue must be corrected. Thanks
Date published: 2018-07-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Serious Design Flaw Ruins What Could be Great The rotisserie itself is OK but if you use this with the newly designed Weber Genesis II 310 series grills there is a design flaw that makes this product almost unusable. The problem is that the slots in the bed of the grill that the bar for the rotisserie has to turn on have been lowered and now only the smallest chickens can actually turn and not hit the flavorizer bars or an aluminum drip pan (if you use one). This is a very poor design choice and should have been figured out prior to release. Additionally, they use a two piece bar for you to put your chikens on. This makes the whole setup a lot weaker. I would love to see Weber return to their previous deisgns (I have owned their gas grills for the past 30+ years) and this is by far the worst.
Date published: 2018-05-05
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