My new Weber Spirit II three burner grill has been delivered. I’ve never paid this much for a gas grill before, so I am hoping to get many years of use out of it.
The Lowes assembly and delivery service worked pretty well, although the delivery guys seemed a little hesitant when I asked them to take my old grill away (as advertised). They did end up taking it. The old grill left a trail of rusty metal in my yard that I had to clean up. The other issue is that they didn’t deliver the manual with the grill. I didn’t check while they were here, but I expected it to be inside on top of the grates. When I found that they didn’t bring a manual, we made a trip to Lowe’s and they had to pull one out of another grill.
I look forward to writing up a full review once I’ve had a chance to cook on the Weber Spirit II a few times!
After much research and deliberation, we’ve finally decided on a new gas grill. A new Weber Spirit II E-310 will be delivered by Lowe’s tomorrow.
The four year old Charbroil is on its last legs. The underside has completely rusted out and the grease pan has collapsed into the cabinet.
We narrowed down the choices to the Weber Genesis E-310 and the Weber Spirit II E-310 a few months ago. We were so locked in to those two models that we even picked up a cover on an Amazon Lightning Deal back in March. The cover was advertised to fit both the Genesis and Spirit models. The price was too good to pass up. The cover has just been setting aside waiting for us to pull the trigger on the grill.
The Genisis is definitely the premium model, but the Spirit II offers the best value. Based on my research, you can’t go wrong with either model. I can’t wait to cook on the new Weber this weekend!