DescriptionFeaturesResourcesAh yes, the Weber Spirit. You might say that this barbecue is part of Weber’s Holy Trinity of grills. They’ve got their big grills (the father being the Weber Summit), mid-sized grills (the son being the Weber Genesis), and then the more compact yet still powerful grills (obviously the Weber Holy Spirit S210). This two-burner barbecue is ideal for individuals who don’t need a monstrous sized grill but still want something of good quality with a quality name backing it. Although this grill has not harnessed the ability to turn water into wine, it is still well worth its cost. At only $750, you’ll be getting a great compact grill to serve you for years and years of quality grilling. Porcelain on cast cooking grills with excellent heat retention Two burners producing 13,250 BTUs each for ideal distribution of heat 450 square inches of total grilling space Fold down side shelves to fit into tighter areas Electronic ignition system with built-in crossover to light second burner Porcelain enamelled Flavorizer bars to instantly vaporize drippings and intensify flavour Stainless steel shroud and painted aluminum end caps to give it a slick modern look Dependable center-mounted temperature gauge Porcelain-enamelled grease tray with catch pan – accessed easily through front door Four swivel casters – two of which can lock so your Spirit doesn’t take a holy tumble Includes 10 foot flexible hose and 3/8" quick disconnect Also available in propane Assembled dimensions: 63" H x 50" 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.