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Weber Summit E-670 gas grill

 
Price range:
$2,499.00 - $2,529.99
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Summary: This Weber large sized grill has the following:
  • 605 sq. in. of cooking area.
  • 6 main burner(s)
  • Separate natural-gas model
  • Rotisserie infrared burner(s)
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Type: Large gas grills (room for 28 or more burgers)
About - Weber Summit E-670

The Weber Summit E-670 is part of the gas grill test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, gas grill models like the Summit E-670 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.


Preheat performance:
Evaluates the temperature and evenness over the grill's surface after a 10 minute preheat using thermocouples. It also gives an indication how quickly the grill reaches its maximium temperature.

High temp evenness:
Evenness of heating over the grill's surface at the highest setting, using thermocouples.

Low temp evenness:
Evenness of heating over the grill's surface with all main burners set to low, using thermocouples
About This Brand

This brand, known for its durability and dependability, went through an entire line and design change in 2007. Weber is known for its quality products in the midpriced to high-priced categories, and grills that feature coated cast-iron and stainless-steel-rod cooking grates and long-warranty stainless-steel burners. (The company offers a natural-gas version for most of its grills.) Weber recently introduced an infrared-searing station on some of its grills, updated its Q line of portable grills, and added colors to its entire lineup. Weber grills are available at many retailers nationwide. Grills range in price from $130 to $3,000. Note that Weber acquired Ducane about four years ago.

Features & Specs - Weber Summit E-670
info Stainless-steel grates Yes
info Coated-cast-iron grates No
info All or mostly stainless Yes
info Long-warranty burners Yes
info Side burner Yes
info Infrared burner Rotisserie
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User Reviews - Weber Summit E-670
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
 
5.0
Best Grill I have Ever Owned
5/23/2015
Pros
Easy Assembly
Easy To Cleanup
Easy To Use
Even Heat
Great Design
Has A Built In Smokechip
Short Grill Time
Smoker Box
Uniform Heating
Cons
Expensive
Sometimes The Igniters Do
Best Uses
For Self/Couple
Great Searing
Indirect Cooking
Large Gatherings
Small Gatherings
Smoking
Comment:
I have been a Weber user for over 30 years and have had Summit 670 grill since 2008. The rotisserie/infrared burner produce the best caramelized/crispy meats ever. My unit came with a built in smoker/chip box and I use it as a smoker for pulled pork, brisket, chicken, etc.<br />Prior to this my first gas grill was a Summit 2000 I had for 17 years. Rebuilt it a few times but it finally gave up the ghost and I replaced it with the 670. It has been a great grill. I don't like the inconvenience of running out of propane so both of these grill were natural gas.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
 
5.0
Best grill I have ever owned!!!!
5/22/2015
Pros
Easy To Cleanup
Easy To Use
Even Heat
Great Design
Short Grill Time
Cons
Best Uses
Cooks Everthing Great
For Self/Couple
Great Searing
If You Can Cook You Can U
Indirect Cooking
Large Gatherings
Ribs
Small Gatherings
Steak
Comment:
the price is steep but worth every penny.without a doute the best grill I have ever had.GREAT GRILL1111
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
 
5.0
Great Grill
12/3/2013
Pros
Easy To Cleanup
Easy To Use
Even Heat
Great Design
Cons
None so far
Best Uses
For Self/Couple
Great Searing
Large Gatherings
Small Gatherings
Comment:
I have used the grill almost daily. Everything from breakfast through dinner works fine. Fish stays flaky, a steak is seared like in a high end steak house.<br />The rotisserie cooked a chicken to perfection. No problems balancing the bird like previous grills.<br />I am working on my recipe for bread. Baking on a stone in this grill gives a nice crust that can not be found in stores. Reminds me of New York bakery bread.<br />I have owned Weber products for the last 20 years and would not change brands.
How long have you owned it:
One-to-three months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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