Weber Genesis II E-410
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Weber Genesis II E-410 Review
The 3-Minute Weber Genesis II E-410 Review
A Bit Bigger, a Bit Better
By Graeme Messina | September 14, 2018
Features & Design: 4/5 ● Performance: 4.5/5 ● Value: 4/5 ● Capacity 4.5/5
The Weber Genesis II E-410 is one size up from the smaller Genesis II E-310, and by all accounts it is a bigger and better grill. Like its smaller brother, it is made from tough materials and is designed to last for years to come.
Unfortunately, this model doesn’t come with a side burner either, but at least it has a bigger grill so that you can accommodate more guests than with the previous model.
Is it for you?
It is unlikely that you will find this unit particularly useful if you don’t do much entertaining. This is a unit for social gatherings and family time together outside.
Meet the Weber Genesis II E-410
This model also comes equipped with Weber’s take on BBQ with innovations such as GBS Cooking grates (Gourmet BBQ System), cast iron grates that are covered in a porcelain veneer, a grease catching system, a fold away warming drawer, and 4 ignition burners that are controlled individually on the front of the unit. As is the case with most Weber units, the temperature of your meal can be ascertained by looking at the built in thermometer on the cover of the griller.
What we like
As was true with the Genesis II-310, the genesis II-410 appears to be a standard gas-griller on the surface when first looked at, but, when you delve into the specifications and features, the story unfolds to reveal that Weber is serious about their range of products.
Similar dimensions can be found with the Genesis II 410, with them being 61"H X 61"W X 31"D when open, and 45"H X 61"W X 29"D when closed. A bigger primary cooking area is also an improvement, which is 646 square inches, and the tuck away rack on this unit measures in at 198 square inches.
There are 4 stainless steel burners inside this unit, just like the Genesis II 310, and each is also individually controlled via a specific control knob. Again, this means that you only need to fire up the burners that you intend on using, which will save you money.
What we don’t like
The unit works really well, and its bigger size makes it almost perfect for medium sized gatherings of friends, family and neighbours. The only missing feature is the side burner, which is a handy utility section on some gas cookers, but it is a minor disappointment.
This is further magnified, especially since this is not a camping unit, so boiling water in a pot or kettle is not something that it was designed for. There are specific brands out there that cater to that market anyway.
Should you buy it?
If you have friends and family around often to barbeque, then this would be the centre of attention at any gathering. It is easy to clean and maintain, and changing out the gas is as easy as any other system on the market. Weber takes pride in the quality of their products, and offer a 10 year guarantee on the burners that are housed within this griller, giving owners of this premium device peace of mind for the long term.