Cooking Grates is rated out of 5 by 51.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Pete2648 from RUST <= That says it all. I bought my grill (Spirit S210) in Sept of 2014. The rust on the grates got so bad that I was getting large pieces of it on my food. I contacted Weber and sent pictures and they sent me a new pair of grates. I don't remember if it was 2016 or 2017. Now in the spring of 2019 the exact same thing is happening - RUST ON MY FOOD. In addition, there are flakes of rust dropping from the heat shield that is on the inside of the cover. Finally, the platform inside my grill where the tank is located is also rusting. I thought I was trading up when I bought a Weber, but apparently that was not the case.
Date published: 2019-05-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by Trevor from enamel sprayed grates - not enamel coated grates I purchased the Spirtit 200, and it works great. Unfortunately, the grates rust easily as they are only sprayed and not coated enamel. I had a genesis II before, and had purchased enamel coated that lasted the entire life of the grill. Weber needs to do the same for the Spirit. Maybe this is an effort to sell more replacement grates.
Date published: 2018-06-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by redkohn from Spirit 210 cooking grates We use our grill often, and have already had one set of replacement grates. I really wish you would make them in Stainless Steel. They rusted so quickly. I do not want to purchase a larger grill just to get Stainless Steel grates. The size of this grill is ideal for us. Please consider making the grates in Stainless, even if I had to purchase them additionally. I need to replace ours again and do not want to spend the money on these that will just rust again.
Date published: 2018-09-15
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