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Weber Releases Spirit II Grills with Bold Colors

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Weber-Stephen Products, the world’s leading manufacturer of outdoor gas, charcoal, and electric grills, announces the launch of the new Weber Spirit II series of gas grills that builds on the popularity of Weber’s Spirit line.

The Spirit II line includes two- and three-burner gas grills that are available in four bold colors that add spark to the backyard, including sapphire, red, black, and a trend-setting ivory color. As an added bonus, Spirit II grills come with a 10-year warranty – a generous warranty that covers everything from the wheels to the lid. 

“The Spirit II line is specifically designed with Weber’s legendary quality and durability,” said Melissa Enos, vice president of Marketing. “This new line makes being part of the Weber family much more accessible and a smarter investment in the long run.”

The Spirit II E-210 two-burner gas grill and the Spirit II E-310 three-burner gas grill feature porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates, an open cart design, and two side tables – including a left table that folds down for easy storage or to accommodate a smaller outdoor space.  

In addition, each Spirit II gas grill is compatible with the Weber iGrill 3 app-controlled thermometer. This thermometer can be installed into the side table of the grill for use with the free Weber iGrill app on iOS and Android devices. Connect up to four temperature probes to monitor food from beginning to end. The app notifies users once grilled foods, such as steak, chicken, or roast has reached the perfect degree to serve and also displays the amount of fuel left in the gas tank (LP only).

Each Spirit II is powered by the exclusive GS4 Grilling System comprised of durable, stainless-steel burners; Flavorizer bars designed to virtually eliminate flare-ups; a centrally-located grease management system; and Infinity Ignition guaranteeing grillers quick and easy lighting every time.

Contact: Katy Davis
Durk Rion Public Relations
Email • 216-333-7551

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