DescriptionFeaturesResourcesDo you remember that 2001 comedy with Martin Lawrence where he played the Black Knight? It was actually called the Black Knight. The Spirit E310 is sort of like that, a black knight. Actually it’s nothing like that because this is a barbecue. BUT, it is black. In fact, people are actually starting to prefer this over the stainless steel exteriors because it is much easier to clean. So even though you may not think it is as shiny, it is vastly superior when it comes to keeping this guy clean. This particular model in the Spirit series features 3 stainless steel tube burners with a cast aluminum cook box and porcelain coated cast iron grills. All of these combined equate to maximum heat retention. What more could you ask for? Black Knight 2? I don’t think we need to ask for that... Porcelain enamelled cast iron cooking grills to produce top of the line sear marks Three stainless steel tube burners pumping out a total of 32,000 BTUs Electronic ignition system with crossover tube between burners 529 square inches of total cooking area – including the warming rack 424 square inches of primary cooking area Porcelain enamelled Flavorizer bars to protect your burners from any drippings Center mounted temperature gauge for accurate reads Porcelain-enamelled grease tray with catch pan – easily accessible from front door Stainless steel side shelves which can easily fold down for storage 6 hooks on side shelves to hang your tools or laundry (please don’t use it for laundry) 4 swivel casters with 2 locks so your laundry doesn’t roll away (but don’t use it for laundry) Includes a flexible 10 foot hose with 3/8" quick disconnect, leaving you with so much movement you'll be saying no way hose(eh)! Propane model also available Assembled dimensions with lid open: 63" H x 52" W x 32" D. A cast iron grill retains heat very well and you can cook using the heat retained in the grill as well as the heat coming from below. The cast iron is almost always protected by a coating of matte-finish porcelain. Even so, keeping your grills cured properly will keep them ship-shape for years and years. See our Master the Grill section for more information.