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    ^That's a steal of a deal!

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    Loving the spirit II e-210 baby. What a grill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Loving the spirit II e-210 baby. What a grill.
    Can I has commission?
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    Can I has commission?
    you can have half the money I am about to make on tesla stock.
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    you can have half the money I am about to make on tesla stock.
    You are going to lose it all. Buy PPL.
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    Size of spirit 210. 4 admittedly smallish pork chops, fits easily on one side. I think I could do 12 of this size, or 8 larger pork chops at one time without issue. Size fully adequate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Size of spirit 210. 4 admittedly smallish pork chops, fits easily on one side. I think I could do 12 of this size, or 8 larger pork chops at one time without issue. Size fully adequate.
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    Begrudgingly, you are right. Far too many people fall into that "but I do a lot of entertaining" horse shit and spiral into giant, expensive items based on an imaginary soiree that never happens.
    This smaller Spirit is making me tempted for my vacation place, but, I think I'm going to buy a ghetto brand of way lesser quality but with more features.

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    I actually have been liking the features this spirt BBQ has. a pull-out debris tray underneath than funnels into a disposable grease tray is genius. My last grill just collected everything under the burners and it built up down there unless I took it entirely apart and scooped it out with my hands. It's also got a propane tank gauge, which weighs the tank so I can see at a glance if I'm running low. The side tables fold down nicely for storage, so in the winter I can tuck it tighter to the fence and it won't collect so much snow. And the danged thermometer works! Plus I'm sure it's easy to replace if it breaks! I haven't had a working lid thermometer in a decade, and this is blowing my mind every time I use it.

    I'm sure other brands have some of these and I'm just out of touch, but I really wasn't thinking of anything but fire and cast iron when I bought it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    I actually have been liking the features this spirt BBQ has. a pull-out debris tray underneath than funnels into a disposable grease tray is genius. My last grill just collected everything under the burners and it built up down there unless I took it entirely apart and scooped it out with my hands. It's also got a propane tank gauge, which weighs the tank so I can see at a glance if I'm running low. The side tables fold down nicely for storage, so in the winter I can tuck it tighter to the fence and it won't collect so much snow. And the danged thermometer works! Plus I'm sure it's easy to replace if it breaks! I haven't had a working lid thermometer in a decade, and this is blowing my mind every time I use it.

    I'm sure other brands have some of these and I'm just out of touch, but I really wasn't thinking of anything but fire and cast iron when I bought it.
    That's the Weber difference. Preaching to the choir, Man.
    The only thing that's a total piece of shit from them is that handle light that turns on when you open the lid. They last months, period and they were $40!!
    That's a don't buy!

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    Yeah mine has no lighting. I grill in stealth mode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Size of spirit 210. 4 admittedly smallish pork chops, fits easily on one side. I think I could do 12 of this size, or 8 larger pork chops at one time without issue. Size fully adequate.
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    Not sure if anyone here is interested but saw the Weber E-210 (Propane) on sale at superstore last night for $419 (From $599).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    That's the Weber difference. Preaching to the choir, Man.
    The only thing that's a total piece of shit from them is that handle light that turns on when you open the lid. They last months, period and they were $40!!
    That's a don't buy!
    Kind of agree....got two seasons out of mine. I think if you took the batteries out over the winter it might last longer (inside looked corroded like a mother)?????......but I still grill during chinook's so that's a pain

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    Still loving the weber Genesis my FIL bought us 11 years ago. Hope to get another decade out of it.

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    Any good recommendations for BBQs if you have a natural gas line?

    A Weber Spirit II E310 natural gas is $650!

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    My last two were Webers. I think I am going to try a Napoleon next because of the charcoal tray and LEDs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disoblige View Post
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    Any good recommendations for BBQs if you have a natural gas line?

    A Weber Spirit II E310 natural gas is $650!
    Yes, buy that one.
    Make the world a radder place, grow a mullet.
    Public Mobile is the best, just like Phil Collins' mullet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Yes, buy that one.
    Wish it was on sale like yours was! :P

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    Nows usually the time you start seeing Hone Depot put their bbqs on sale. Watch RedFlagDeals or hit up your local HD once a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disoblige View Post
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    Wish I was you! :P
    Everyone does buddy.
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