Here are 10 features that you’ll love:
1. The Genesis II is a 3 Burner BBQ
Having 3 burners makes this BBQ ideal for a family. There are 669 square inches that will hold 12 pieces of chicken, 15 bratwurst, 6 steaks or 12 burgers, and depending on the size of the family, room left to feed guests.
That is 513 square inches of primary cooking area, and a 156 square inch warming rack area.
2. The BBQ Design Provides Room and Accessibility of Tools
The design is an open cart design with side tables that provide additional room for you to work with, and makes your grilling tools easily accessible, to make grilling relaxing and easy.
3. The Genesis II Uses Propane
Propane means you can control the temperature of the grill, and it is easy to monitor. The advantage it has over charcoal BBQs is that you can use it easily on a rainy day, and it is easier and more convenient to clean a gas grill than it is a charcoal grill.
4. This BBQ is Equipped with the Exclusive GS4 Grilling System
It is called GS4, for Grilling System 4, because there are 4 components to the system: the infinity ignition system, stainless steel burners, porcelain enameled “Flavorizer” bars, and a grease management system.
5. The Infinity Electronic Ignition Starts Each Burner
The infinity ignition has an internal switch on each individual burner. You turn the knob, and the gas ignites to start each burner. Easy!
6. The 3 Stainless Steel Burners Distribute Heat Evenly
The 3 stainless steel burners have 37,500 BTUs and give even heat distribution, so that food grills evenly and consistently, regardless of where it is on the cooking grate.
7. Porcelain-Enameled Flavorizer Bars Enhance Food Flavor and Appearance
Another feature are the reversible porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates. They can make either a thick or thin sear mark, depending on what appeals to you.
The porcelain-enameled flavorizer bars are angled so that they catch drippings, causing smoke and sizzle, and adding a smoky flavor to the food.
8. The Grease Management System Helps to Remove Grease
The grease management system helps with grease removal, so the risk of flare-ups is reduced. Drippings that aren’t vaporized by the flavorizer bars are funnelled away from the burners and directed into the disposable drip tray, located within the catch pan, under the cookbox.
9. A Thermometer Monitors the Grill Temperature
A center mounted thermometer monitors the internal temperature of the grill.
10. An iGrill Thermometer Can Monitor Your Food
There is an option to have an iGrill Bluetooth digital thermometer to monitor your food from beginning to end (it is sold separately).
With all of these great features, isn’t it time you got a Weber Genesis II 3-Burner Propane BBQ?