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Weber Summit 620 Series 7320001

74" Freestanding Gas Grill with 838 sq. in. Cooking Area, 6 Stainless Steel Burners, Stainless Steel Grates, Side Burner and Front-Mount Control Panel: Liquid Propane

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What Makes A Grill A Weber Grill
Every curve refined.
Every rivet finessed.
Every weld obsessed over.

It has always been part of their DNA. Part of their heart. Part of their soul. Since George Stephen first rolled out the original kettle, it's been the prize they keep their eyes on when they turn the lights on in the morning, and the benchmark for a successful workday when they lock the doors at night. Available at AJ Madison.

The Summit Series
These outstanding grills are the crown jewels of the Weber family. From exclusive features to the highest level of performance, these babies will make even seasoned grillers blush.
Grill Specs
Primary Cooking Area: 693 Sq. In.
Warming Rack Area: 145 Sq. In.
Total Cooking Area: 838 Sq. In.
Main Burner Input: 60,000 BTU-Per-Hour
Side Burner Input: 12,000 BTU-Per-Hour
Stainless Steel Burners: 6
Cooking Grates: 9.5mm Diameter Stainless Steel Rod
Flavorizer Bars: Stainless Steel
Ignition System: Snap-Jet
Stainless Steel Shroud: Yes
Center-Mounted Thermometer: Yes
Stainless Steel Side Tables: 2
Front-Mount Control Panel: Yes
Backlit LED Tank Scale Display: LP Models Only
Enclosed Cart: Yes
Lighted Control Knobs: No
Tool Hooks: 6
Enclosed Tank Storage Area: LP Models Only
Precision Fuel Gauge: LP Models Only
Grill Out Handle Light: 2
Heavy-Duty Front Locking Swivel Casters: 2
Heavy-Duty Back Swivel Casters: 2
10 Ft. Flexible Hose: Natural Gas Models Only
Tank Included: No
Owner's Guide and Recipes: Included
Warranty: Limited
Dimensions and Weights
Width: 74 1/10"
Depth: 30"
Height with Lid Open: 57 1/10"
Shipping Weight: 265 Lbs.
  • Grill Out Handle Light
  • Light up your grill with Grill Out handle light.
  • The light has a tilt sensor that automatically turns the light on when the lid is raised.
  • Six Burners
  • Six individually controlled burners give you the flexibility to create heat zones to grill direct or indirect.
  • Snap-Jet Ignition System
  • The Snap-Jet individual burner ignition system allows you the ultimate control for great direct or indirect cooking.
  • Stainless Steel Cooking Grates
  • Stainless steel cooking grates are made of professional-grade, 9.5mm diameter rods.
  • Side Burner
  • The 12,000 BTU-per-hour input, flush-mounted side burner lets you simmer a sauce while dinner is grilling.
  • Available at AJ Madison.
Info and Guides

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Product Reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good, not great grill Appearance is great, quality is fair. Wheels are terrible. too small to do any good. Cooks very well. Grates and grill housing heavy duty. Weak cabinet and doors. 6/27/11
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Grill I have the Weber Summit 7320001 (which is the big Summit grill without the rotisserie, wood chip box, or extra "searing" burner. I bought it after what seemed like endless comparison with other Weber models and other brands like Napoleon. I really liked the look of the Napoleon grills and thought I'd go that route. However, after careful review I noticed a major difference with the Weber design and everything else I looked at. The Weber's burners are tubes with the gas holes on the top of the tube. The flame shoots straight out the top. The tube is covered by bent piece of metal they call flavorizor bars. The end result is that the flame is contained and heats the metal. The metal is then what is really putting the heat into the grill. Then when you cook something the juices drop onto the metal. Since the flame is contained under the metal there is very little tendency to flare up. Heck when I cooked my first batch of chicken on the new Weber I was amazed that it didn't turn black like my old Member Mark grill from Sam's Club - the one I bought 10 years ago and was made like a tank. I thought that was a good grill but this Weber beats it hands down. I purchased the "no frills" Weber Summit model as I thought back to the rotiserie on the old grill - I had used it 1 time in 10 years! Also, my brother has a 3 year old Weber that didn't have the extra "searing" burner and he said he had no problems with getting the grill hot enough and he always had perfect "grill marks". Yep, he's right - this grill gets very hot! and I don't see why you would need the searing burner. In fact I left it on high to clean it after cooking the other night and I'd suggest a kitchen timer if you do that. The thing was a 800 degrees when I went out - all the food was burned off but I'm sure it probably shouldn't be left to get that hot very often. Speaking of heat - It heats up to 600 degrees will all burners on high in less than 15 minutes. It has good heat control - I cooked pizza on a pizza stone in it at 550 degree and after some playing I was able to maintain that temperature for the pizza. I also was very concerned about water getting into the drip tray. However, after leaving it out in the rain with no cover (I don't agree with covers as they trap moisture) during Hurricane Irene - it has no extra water in the drip tray (ok, maybe a couple table spoons!) But that was a Hurricane! I think Weber must have changed the design. I did add a piece of metal to deflect water on the drip tray side and that might help some but I really don't think it does anything. See the picture I added which is taken from underneath the left side table. All in all, I'm very happy with this grill and think it cooks as good as anything. With the money I saved on the extra gadgets (rotisserie, wood chip box, searing burner) I bought a cookshack smoker which I like very much! 8/30/11
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  • Fuel Type : Liquid Propane
  • Style : Freestanding
  • Cooking Grates Material : Stainless Steel
  • Color : Stainless Steel


  • Width : 74 1/10"
  • Depth : 30"
  • Height : 57 1/10"


  • Number of Burners : 6
  • Rotisserie : No
  • Electronic Ignition : Yes
  • Smoking Tray : No
  • Casters : Yes
  • Sabbath Mode : No

Burner Output

  • Set 1 QTY : 6
  • Set 1 Output : 10000
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