Weber Spirit E-210 Gas Grill - Discontinued

Weber Spirit E210 Gas Grill
Weber Spirit E210 Gas Grill. Weber Stephen Products Co.

The Bottom Line

This model has been discontinued. It is replaced by the Weber Spirit E-210 Black.

If you want a smaller, dependable grill then this is a great one. If you need more cooking space then you probably need a different grill. With two burners you don't get a lot of versatility when it comes to indirect grilling. Since this grill also has no ​extras, you will get a grill and nothing more, though a rotisserie kit is available.

While limited in size and function this grill is perfect for a small space and the person who really just needs to be able to grill up some chops or chicken pieces.

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  • Solid construction with high-quality materials
  • Reliable even heating
  • Built to last


  • Very small two burner grill
  • Comes with no extras - this is a very simple grill
  • Some stainless steel body parts are low quality stainless


  • Two 13,000 BTU Stainless Steel burners
  • 350 square inches of primary cooking area with 458 square inches of total cooking area
  • 26,000 BTUs from the main burners
  • Porcelain enameled steel, cast aluminum, and 304 stainless steel construction
  • Cross over piezoelectric ignition
  • Porcelain-enameled flavorizer bars greatly reduce flare-ups
  • 24/7 Weber support (they can even answer grilling questions)
  • Solid welded frame gives it a very stable feel that many gas grills lack
  • Grill cover and propane tank is extra

    Guide Review - Weber Spirit E-210 Gas Grill

    In the early days (the 1980's) of the Weber gas grill, the spirit line was their smallest and least expensive grill. With the 2007 model year, Weber as restored this line. The new spirit is made in China so that Weber could actually reduce the price (last year's equivalent model ran around $500USD).

    You will be able to find this grill virtually everywhere for around $320USD.

    The Weber Spirit E-210 has two 13,000 BTU stainless steel burners under two porcelain coated steel cooking grates. The grease management system of this grill reduces flare-ups and the firebox design gives you a very even heat (though ​it tends to be a little hotter on the left side). Ignition is from a push button, piezoelectric igniter which shouldn't clog anytime soon.

    Weber ranks amongst the best grills on the market and you pay for that quality and the 24/7 support. This is a basic grill that won't give you a lot of versatility but it will give you dependable performance for many years to come and with a good warranty, you'll be able to keep it fixed up and working like new long than most grill last.

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