BuyDig.com has the Weber Genesis S-310 Stainless Steel Natural Gas Grill for $849 - $102 off with coupon code SPRING5 = $747 with free shipping. Features 637 square inches of cooking area, 3 42,000 BTU stainless steel burners, electronic crossover ignition system, and a flavorizer bar.

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    dennis007 Ben's cred: 273
    Posted 7:09 pm PDT 05/5/13

    I wonder at times the differences from $199 grill with a $747 one.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3739
    Posted 8:18 pm PDT 05/5/13

    If you cover them both to protect from the elements, you'll get about 3 x the lifespan from the $747 BUT you may end up replacing a part or two along the way to make that happen. I just assume the sparker for one is dead after a couple seasons and the burners won't last the life of the unit unless they are cast iron.

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    kendunn Ben's cred: 94
    Posted 4:14 am PDT 05/6/13

    I have this grill in propane, its built like a tank and is fantastic. I am as cheap as they come and usually big about bang for buck, but got this for fathers day about 3 years ago and very glad I did. Other grills now seem like a happy meal toy. A good coffee grinder, Wusthof knives, and this are the cooking/kitchen items I am glad I spent extra on.

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    chapsme Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 4:46 am PDT 05/6/13

    Agree with Kendunn... if you want a grill that will go for decades, get a Weber. I have the non-stainless steel version of this grill, and they are built like brick sh*thouses and will get really hot. Sure the igniter is going to go bad, but everything else will last for years given normal maintenance. If you don't believe me, go look on craigslist for old webers, people ask $100-200 for 10-15 yr old grills (not the kettle grills), and people snatch them up, b/c if you put clean the firebox, put new grates/burners in, you basically have a brand new grill for like $300 total. Great investment...

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    taythecoug Ben's cred: 7
    Posted 7:55 am PDT 05/6/13

    Yep Webers are built to last. I have the natural gas spirit. Not quite as nice as the Genesis but works awesome for me. Gets way hotter than the POS charbroil it replaced. I imagine I will replace a few parts along the way, but it should last 15 years no problem.

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    Shmeagle Ben's cred: 758
    Posted 8:47 am PDT 05/6/13

    #3 I don't know how you ended up with the same things I have, but thumbs up.

    Yes these are build like tanks. I have had to replace the grills, but nothing else in 11 years of owning one of these. Plus the cover died and I throw it away after the 2nd year, yet there is no rust or anything after all these years outside on harsh Chicago weather.

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