The Weber Genesis S-330 gas grill literally shines with quality and craftsmanship. Each Genesis S-330 gas grill comes equipped with an electronic ignition system providing you with quick and reliable ignition.
This grill is equipped with two extra large stainless steel tables and a lush mounted side burner as well as a precision fuel gauge lets you know exactly where you stand on fuel at all times so you don’t run out of fuel.
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The sear burner does steaks the way steak should be done by giving your steaks nice char marks, You will also love the stainless steel as it is easy to clean up after grilling.
Here are some great features of the Weber Genesis S-330
- The Weber Genesis grill has a front mounted control panel with 3 stainless-steel burners, and individual electronic ignition system
- Capacity is 507-square-inch primary cooking area and 130-square-inch warming rack for 637 square-inch total cooking area
- Includes stainless steel cooking grates, enclosed cart with stainless steel doors, stainless-steel handles, and stainless steel shroud with a center-mounted thermometer
- Comes with stainless steel flavorizer bars; porcelain-enameled heat deflectors and six tool hooks
- Includes 2 heavy-duty front-locking casters and 2 heavy-duty back-swivel casters; 38,000 BTU per hour input, 12,000 BTU per hour input flush mounted side burner, and 10,000 BTU per hour input sear station burner
If you’re looking at this grill and wondering whether to spend the extra money, go for it! It is really worth the extra money, Weber grills typically last 10 to 20 years
Here’s what one of the owners had to say about the Weber Genesis S-330
When I decided to get a new grill I knew it would be a Weber and I wanted something that would last me 10 years plus. Cooking on the grill is nothing short of amazing. It heats up fast and the sear station is excellent. If you are thinking about spending the money on a good grill I would go with the Genesis 330. If money is an issue check out Weber’s Spirit line.