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Weber Genesis II Grills: SE-310 (LP Gas) $549, SE-410 (LP or Natural Gas)

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True Value has sale on Weber Genesis II grills. up to $300 OFF


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They also have the 3 series for $549

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The Weber® Genesis® II Premium SE-410 Black LP gas grill is equipped with the exclusive GS4™ high Performance Grilling System and exceptional features, power and convenience. The GS4™ grilling system is composed of four key components: the Infinity™ Ignition, Four High Performance Burners, Flavorizer Bars, and Grease Management System. These components ensure that every aspect of your grilling experience is easy and reliable; from the moment the burners are lit to the general maintenace of your grill. There are an extensive range of innovative features including side tables with integrated tool hooks, 7mm stainless steel cooking grates, the Tuck-Away™ warming rack, and a docking station for the iGrill 3 (sold below). Genesis® II was designed with a sleek open cart to provide additional room, accessibility to your grilling tools, easy access to the gas tank, large wheels to easily maneuver over grass and pebbles, along with an ergonomic lid with mid-point hinge.
  • 48,000 BTU on four high performance stainless steel burners
  • GS4 grilling system contains: Infinity™ electronic ignition, four stainless steel burners, porcelain enameled cast iron Flavorizer bars, and grease management system.
  • 7mm stainless steel cooking grates provide 646 square inches of space and allows for even heat distribution
  • Insert the iGrill3 Bluetooth thermometer (sold separately) into side table and monitor temperatures on mobile device with the Weber iGrill App
  • Tuck-Away warming rack has the remaining 198 sq. inches of space and can be folded down when not in use
  • Stainless steel Flavorizer bars are angled just right to catch drippings that smoke and sizzle, adding that irresistible smoky flavor to your food.
  • Grease management system funnels grease away from burners into an accessible drip tray and this helps prevent flare ups
  • Stainless steel heat deflectors
  • The Infinity™ Ignition ensures that the burners light everytime and has a 10 year warranty
  • Two stainless steel work surfaces with tool hooks
  • Porcelain enamel lid with center mounted thermometer
  • Welded tube frame with open cart design and has bottom shelf for additional room and easy access to grilling tools.
  • Easy access to gas tank and easy to read fuel gauge
  • Two front locking casters and two large wheels
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Yes, made in China. I've owned USA made Genesis, Summit, and Q, along with a Chinese Genesis II.

I hate to admit it, but the China Genesis II is better made than the older American Genesis grills. In some ways, I prefer it over my Summit. The Genesis/Summit cabinets were thin painted sheet metal that scratched and rusted easily. The casters are junk you'd find on a $25 office chair. Burners were simple stamped tubes like a $100 grill.

The Genesis II has a much better open cart design that rolls better and won't rust as quickly. The burners are extruded channels with drilled holes for more even heat. Assembly was ridiculously fast and fool proof. Everything fit perfectly, no tweaking required. They clearly put a lot of effort into the new design. They now offer semi-closed cabinets, but the bottom has the same open slats, so probably won't suffer rust issues that the older models have.

If you do rebuild, check out Gassaf on Amazon. Better than OEM Weber parts and half the price.
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Just bought this at ace for 699... would they price match ... got it on Amex so they will not
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Weber Grills are the most weirdly variable things on SD. They'll get posted and frontpaged with hundreds of dollars in difference.

Doesn't matter if the same grill (model/burners) is 699, 599, 499, 399... it's always a great deal!
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good deal, but last year they were 500$ )) will wait
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Is this model made in China?

I've got an old Genesis made in the USA, but I keep hearing Weber is now making their grills in China and not the USA. If that's the case, maybe it's best to just replace my grill grates, flavorizer bars, and burners.
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Natural Gas models don't appear to be available online - have to find one in a store.
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Is this model made in China?

I've got an old Genesis made in the USA, but I keep hearing Weber is now making their grills in China and not the USA. If that's the case, maybe it's best to just replace my grill grates, flavorizer bars, and burners.
Pretty sure all the current Genesis series are made in China. You might be still able to find some Genesis LX that are made in the US from old stock.
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Is this model made in China?

I've got an old Genesis made in the USA, but I keep hearing Weber is now making their grills in China and not the USA. If that's the case, maybe it's best to just replace my grill grates, flavorizer bars, and burners.
Just replace the parts if the rest of the grill is in good shape. I still have the previous generation Genesis before they changed burner directions. Mine still looks almost brand new minus a little bit of surface rust creeping up on the bottom of the legs. It's been outdoors (with a cover) since I got it. Going on 15 years now.

I changed grill grates to SS last year. Flavorizor bars are a little rusty but work fine still. Burners still in good shape.
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Pass, the exposed cart makes it looks like any other cheap grill.
Maybe you could put a skirt or a nice pantsuit on it, if it bothers you that much
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Just replace the parts if the rest of the grill is in good shape. I still have the previous generation Genesis before they changed burner directions. Mine still looks almost brand new minus a little bit of surface rust creeping up on the bottom of the legs. It's been outdoors (with a cover) since I got it. Going on 15 years now.

I changed grill grates to SS last year. Flavorizor bars are a little rusty but work fine still. Burners still in good shape.

I have a Spirit 310 from 2015, that is looks almost brand new, outside of some very slight bubbling in the bottom of the grill in the corners, where rain can settle if it's windy and the cover get's blown around. I have replaced the flavorizer bars once, and Weber sent me some brand new grates this summer because mine were still under warranty.

I also bring mine in my garage before the first snow fall, and don't put it out until it's done snowing.

Either way, I am a weber customer for life! My parents have a Genesis, and when mine finally starts to show it's wear, that's what I'll be getting.
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Just replace the parts if the rest of the grill is in good shape. I still have the previous generation Genesis before they changed burner directions. Mine still looks almost brand new minus a little bit of surface rust creeping up on the bottom of the legs. It's been outdoors (with a cover) since I got it. Going on 15 years now.

I changed grill grates to SS last year. Flavorizor bars are a little rusty but work fine still. Burners still in good shape.

+1. USA-made Stainless Genesis outside year round x 14 years. Tank. I clean the grate and the triangle things with a 6" stainless wire wheel on a pedestal bench motor (outside) every year or so and it has given me zero issues.
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Is this model made in China?

I've got an old Genesis made in the USA, but I keep hearing Weber is now making their grills in China and not the USA. If that's the case, maybe it's best to just replace my grill grates, flavorizer bars, and burners.
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Is this model made in China?

I've got an old Genesis made in the USA, but I keep hearing Weber is now making their grills in China and not the USA. If that's the case, maybe it's best to just replace my grill grates, flavorizer bars, and burners.
Yes, made in China. I've owned USA made Genesis, Summit, and Q, along with a Chinese Genesis II.

I hate to admit it, but the China Genesis II is better made than the older American Genesis grills. In some ways, I prefer it over my Summit. The Genesis/Summit cabinets were thin painted sheet metal that scratched and rusted easily. The casters are junk you'd find on a $25 office chair. Burners were simple stamped tubes like a $100 grill.

The Genesis II has a much better open cart design that rolls better and won't rust as quickly. The burners are extruded channels with drilled holes for more even heat. Assembly was ridiculously fast and fool proof. Everything fit perfectly, no tweaking required. They clearly put a lot of effort into the new design. They now offer semi-closed cabinets, but the bottom has the same open slats, so probably won't suffer rust issues that the older models have.

If you do rebuild, check out Gassaf on Amazon. Better than OEM Weber parts and half the price.
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