Weber launches new barbecues

Weber barbecues launched Genesis II gas barbecues at Glee, claiming the product as the biggest advancement to the range "in over 30 years".

Genesis II
Genesis II

The products are adapted from the gas Genesis grill. The Genesis II and Genesis II LX, range from two to six burners and have GS4 grilling systems, "light every time" ignition systems, Tuck Away Warming Rack, GBS cooking grates and a new grease management system.

The Genesis II LX has an enclosed cart design, side burner functionality, electronic integrated ignition system, illumination handle lights and High+ setting. Prices are from £649 for a Genesis II two burner and from £1,119 for a Genesis II LX two burner. 

Also new for 2017 is Weber’s thermometer range, of iGrill probes priced from £59.99 for an iGrill Mini and £99.99 for an iGrill 2. 

There is a new Kettle Plus model priced from £169.99 and more accessories including Stainless Steel Vegetable Rack, Skewer, Drumstick, Deluxe Grill Rack, Griddle and Sear Grates.

Field sales manager Paul Drummond said, "We have thoroughly enjoyed exhibiting at Glee this year. The Genesis II launch has been very well received with many commenting on the competitive price point for such a superior gas barbecue. The iGrill and Genesis II will be important products for Weber in 2017 and we are very excited about introducing them to consumers soon."

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