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Weber Summit 620 Series E620

74" Freestanding Gas Grill with 838 sq. in. Cooking Area, 6 Stainless Steel Burners, Side Burner, Stainless Steel Cooking Grates/Flavorizer Bars, Warming Rack and Snap-Jet Individual Burner Ignition System
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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.

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Highlights of the Summit E-620 grill include six stainless steel burners set under an impressive 838 sq. in. of cooking space. Plus, a convenient flush-mounted side burner lends itself perfectly for side prep while two Grill Out handle lights illuminate your way.

Grill Specs
Stainless Steel Burners: 6
BTU-Per-Hour Input: 60,000 BTU
BTU-Per-Hour Input Flush-Mounted Side Burner: 12,000 BTU
Snap-Jet Individual Burner Ignition System: Yes
Cooking Grates: 3/8" or 9.5mm Diameter Stainless Steel Rod
Stainless Steel Flavorizer Bars: Yes
Primary Cooking Area: 693 Sq. In.
Warming Rack Area: 145 Sq. In.
Total Cooking Area: 838 Sq. In.
10-Foot Flexible Hose: Included with Natural Gas Grill
Grill Out Handle Lights: 2
Tool Holders: 6
Limited Warranty: Yes
Weber Cookbook: Yes
Porcelain-Enameled Shroud: Yes with Polished Handle and Trim
Center-Mounted Thermometer: Yes
Accent-Colored: Yes
Cast-Aluminum End Caps: Yes
Enclosed Cart: Yes with Corresponding Painted Steel Doors
Stainless Steel Handles: Yes
Accent-Colored Painted Side and Rear Panels: Yes
Accent-Colored Painted Steel Frame: Yes
Stainless Steel Work Surfaces: 2
Enclosed Tank Storage Area and Precision Fuel Gauge: LP Models Only
Heavy-Duty Locking Casters: 2
Heavy-Duty Swivel Casters: 2
Dimensions with Lid Open
Width: 74 1/10"
Depth: 30"
Height: 57 1/10"
  • Grill Out Handle Lights
  • Light up your grill with two Grill Out handle lights. Each light has a tilt sensor that automatically turns the light on when the lid is raised.
  • Snap-Jet Ignition System
  • The Snap-Jet individual burner ignition system allows you the ultimate control for great direct or indirect cooking.
  • Porcelain-Enameled Lid
  • Porcelain-enameled lid with matching painted doors are a fresh alternative to stainless steel.
  • Stainless Steel Cooking Grates
  • Stainless steel cooking grates are made of profession-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.
Product Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great purchase I was considering this grill (Weber S-620), the Weber S-670, the Bull Angus, and the 36" American Outdoor Grill . I'm very happy with this purchase. It makes a big difference seeing the product in-person vs shopping online. It's easy to see a Weber as they're sold everywhere, however, it was a chore to see the Bull here in Maryland, and I couldn't find a place where I could actually see an AOG grill. The Bull was nice, but I found the cooking grates a little loose and it didn't have a side burner included. The rotisserie is nice, but the infrared burner is only big enough for one big chicken and frankly we often need two chickens to feed our family and/or when friends come over. The Weber is extremely well built, but what really sealed the deal for me is the excellent reputation they have for customer service, and the ease of getting replacement parts anywhere. I expect to replace igniters or maybe burners after many years, and I'm confident I can get them for a Weber, but it was so difficult just to see a Bull (or AOG), that I'm afraid getting spare parts 10 years from now will be next to impossible. On top of all this, the Weber was the cheapest and had the largest grill area. The big cooking area is really important for us as we entertain and the Weber is far larger than the Bull, and $600 less than the AOG. It has performed beautifully. The torch ignition system works flawlessly. I get very even cooking except on the extreme right and left front corners. The Weber does not have the fancy flavorizer bars that Bull and AOG have, but the real test is the flavor of the food and it is excellent. The cooking grates are really massive and leave impressive sear marks on the food. The cabinet beneath the grill remains cool during operation, and within an hour after cooking, the entire grill is cool enough that I can place the (extra) Weber cover over the unit. The cover fits perfectly and goes on easily. I've read complaints about the material cracking over time - maybe this will happen but it is warranted for 2 years. If you're shopping for the Weber online, make sure you get the 2012 model as it includes a handy LED indicator that shows how much propane is left in the tank. Models prior to 2012 do not have this feature, although they all have another indicator in the cabinet underneath. You can't measure remaining propane with a standard pressure gauge, so these indicators are very handy. Delivery was great. They called the day before shipment was due, and again about 20 minutes before arrival. No complaints about bringing it to our rear deck and up 5 steps. There was minor assembly required, but it was very minor and very easy. Actually, the hardest part is removing the grill from the box, but it's easiest just to cut the box open. The grill sits atop a special shipping pallet and you need a second person to help lift the grill up while another scoots the pallet away. As far as assembly goes, all the major sections are already attached. The only reason assembly is required is to protect internal parts from damage during shipping. The burners had to be placed inside, but they drop easily into place with no tools. Next, the flavorizer bars get dropped into place, then you place the heavy cooking grates on top. It's helpful to go through this assembly as you'd have to reverse the process to clean inside or replace parts. The side tables get installed and must be attached with a few screws and they even supply the screwdriver. Next, a gas line from the propane gets connected to the side burner via quick-connection (no tools needed), but it did take a good amount of hand strength to make the connection. Finally, the drip pan must be slid into place. There are also handle-mounted lights (which are simple to install), but I haven't installed them as we have lights on our deck. I probably spent 30 minutes in assembly, but I was going really slow...I could do it again in about 10's that easy. This was a big purchase for a grill, but for us, I think it was well worth the investment. 4/25/12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great NG grill Sought this grill out to replace a stainless unit I bought a one of the big box improvement centers. The prior unit did not last three years before the internal structure corroded. This weber has cast aluminum and heavy guage stainless throughout, so I am looking forward to a long relationship with it. 4/29/13
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  • Style : Freestanding
  • Cooking Grates Material : Stainless Steel
  • Color : Black


  • 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 : 1
  • Set 1 Output : 12000
  • Set 2 QTY : 6
  • Set 2 Output : 10000
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