DescriptionFeaturesResourcesThe Weber Spirit SUPER PERFORMER 330 is at the top of the food chain of the Weber Spirit grill series. Although it’s not actually known as the super performer... it does perform pretty darn well! This particular model features a sear station in the grill so that you can intensify the heat to get those great sear marks on your food. On top of that, it also has a reliable side burner so you don’t have to run back to your kitchen stove, stub your toe or step on fluffy’s tail only to find that your stove was never actually turned on to boil the water. It happened to a friend of a friend of mine. Overall, if you’re looking for a Weber grill that is compact in size but top of the line in performance and quality, then you’re on the right page (or webpage I suppose). Seriously though, save your feline’s tail and your own toes by sticking with the Spirit SP330. Stainless steel rod cooking grills – 7mm thick for optimal heat retention Total cooking area of 529 square inches with primary cooking space of 424 square inches Three burners produce a total of 32,000 BTUs – this guy gets HOT 7,500 BTU booster burner for ultimate searing – again, SO HOT 12,000 BTUs side burner for all your side dishes Reliable electronic igniter with crossover tube Porcelain enameled Flavorizer bars for less flare-ups and more flavour Stainless steel exterior to pair with all that hotness Front access, porcelain-enameled grease tray with catch pan for easy cleaning Four durable swivel casters with two locks to avoid those “oops” moments Equipped with a flexible 10 foot hose and 3/8" quick disconnect for simple hook up and maximum maneuverability Also available in propane Assembled dimensions: 63" H x 52" W x 32" D. Know your grills. A stainless steel grill will last for a long time. Maybe not forever but, you know, probably longer than you (sorry!). Stainless steel is not an especially good retainer of heat so, if you want your grills to sear properly, look for stainless grills with enough mass to properly absorb cooking heat. See our Master the Grill section for more information.