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Rotisseries

MOUTHWATERING CHICKEN, MINIMAL EFFORT

Weber

Rotisserie

Built for Genesis II 400/600 series
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Turn your grill into a backyard rotisserie. Slow-roast a crispy yet moist whole chicken to 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 400 and 600 series gas grills


Part #7653

  • Out Of Carton Dimensions
    5.6"H x 4.4"W x 55.7"D
    Individual Carton Dimensions
    3.3"H x 5.2"W x 43.3"D
    Material
    Stainless steel
    Care Instructions
    Hand wash - Shaft, Dishwasher safe - Forks only
    Fits
    Genesis® II and Genesis® II LX 400 and 600 series gas grills
    • Features
      Forks designed to hold both large and small cuts of meat
      Includes stainless steel shaft, forks, handle, and hardware
      The maximum weight allowance for this rotisserie and motor is 20 lbs (9.1 kg)
  •  Rotisserie View

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    Actual product model and features may vary.

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Rotisserie is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job Used the rotisserie for the first time. It is a little bit cumbersome but that is because it is about 5 feet long. Unfortunately, the length makes it just a bit awkward to get the meat on it when used over a sink. Thinking a better way is to set it on end the slide the meat down vertically. The tines are very sharp so be leery of them. The fit of the blade into the motor is a bit tight and the only way I could get it in and then remove it was to lift the motor out first. Having said this, I think the rotisserie set is well constructed and will last a good long time.
Date published: 2018-02-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from What a Disappointment! The motor whines loudly and was definitely straining. I test cooked one 5 pound baby chicken and made sure it was centered and balanced on the rod. There is NO WAY this motor can handle the maximum it says it can. The mount it comes with is flimsy and bends easily. When I attached the motor the mount bent backwards and was not properly centered...I straightened it out but as it turned bent the mount backwards again like it was about to take a nap. Overall it is definitely not worth the price I paid and it will surely die out before it's expected usable service life.. Bottom line...Weber put most of their effort in designing the plastic case that covers the motor and used a thin gauge metal mount that isn't consistent with their grills....
Date published: 2018-10-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wrong for my Genesis II LX You would think that a rotisserie for a Genesis II LX would fit a Genesis II LX. No, it does not. There are different, smaller Genesis II LX models. It isn't clear from the description of the different rotisseries which one goes to which grill. The smaller one does not say it is appropriate for my grill. Expensive to buy; expensive to ship. The instructions in the box even say can be used with a three knobbed grill, which I own. But the rotisserie is for a gigantic grill, which I do not own. There goes my dinner.
Date published: 2018-10-21
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