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[Home Depot] Weber Genesis II LX E-340 & LX S-340 $1099/$1199 YMMV

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Sep 13, 2011
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Anyone assembled the LX S-340 themselves? How was it? Conflicting information online that the LX models are basically already all built, just need the shelves attached.

Home Depot had free assembly but after the amount of time it took to track one down I just wanted the damn thing out of the store at home before they messed up any further.
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Sep 13, 2011
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Also for anyone in Calgary looking for a propane grill BBQ's Galore in the North off Edmonton Trail has a massive 6 burner Weber Genesis II LX S-640 floor model (it was sitting out front) for $1100 or something. Basically half price. Had a couple scratches on it but I would have taken it for sure but I needed natural gas.

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Are these made in China now?
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Sep 13, 2011
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Dave510 wrote: Are these made in China now?
Weber Genesis II LX models are made in the USA.
Weber Genesis II non-LX models are made in China.
Weber Spirits are made in China.
Weber Summits are made in the USA.
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Redmask wrote: Hahaha the exact same thing happened to us. We were out this weekend and this is the BBQ I wanted. It wasn't on sale so we bought the Napoleon 525-SIB NG instead. Next day this goes on sale, figures! :) Oh well still happy with my purchase and it looks like this is OOS so didn't really miss out.

Nice, that is awesome! I am supper happy with mine so far and you are right, OOS.
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ryan66 wrote: Anyone assembled the LX S-340 themselves? How was it? Conflicting information online that the LX models are basically already all built, just need the shelves attached.

Home Depot had free assembly but after the amount of time it took to track one down I just wanted the damn thing out of the store at home before they messed up any further.
the HD i ordered from actually called me to offer for free assembly instead of looking for one already assembled. your HD should have done the same thing. Either way here is a youtube video on how to assumable it
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ryan66 wrote: Anyone assembled the LX S-340 themselves? How was it? Conflicting information online that the LX models are basically already all built, just need the shelves attached.

Home Depot had free assembly but after the amount of time it took to track one down I just wanted the damn thing out of the store at home before they messed up any further.
Confirmed, the grill is 90% assembled in the box. Took me longer to peel the plastic off the stainless bits than to assemble what was required. :)
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Aug 10, 2010
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Can't seem to order online in Calgary, looks like limited stock in the locations near me so can't process. Anyone been out and about to the NW ones? Any luck, might head out later.
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tamanter wrote: the HD i ordered from actually called me to offer for free assembly instead of looking for one already assembled. your HD should have done the same thing. Either way here is a youtube video on how to assumable it
That video must be UK specific, as my box was much larger and taller than that. Far less assembly required for the North American model.
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And the box was quite large, I had to rent one of the Home Depot vans to get it home.
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ODoyleRulz wrote: Nice deal, I’m looking to upgrade my Weber Q, it’s been a great BBQ. I’d get one with the Sear Station (extra close Burner). You’ll want that for steaks.
I can't imagine a better bbq than my Q, it does everything and it's solid. The only benefit to these big boys is that it looks cooler.
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ryan66 wrote: Weber Genesis II LX models are made in the USA.
Weber Genesis II non-LX models are made in China.
Weber Spirits are made in China.
Weber Summits are made in the USA.
Gosh, the Weber Spirits are so underwhelming in person. I saw them at Home Depot and they definitely look great, but as soon as you lift the lid, you can tell the quality of the bbq is not very good. it just doesn't even feel like a weber. It feels quite cheap actually. There's no way I would ever buy a Weber Spirit.
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Nice op! Gonna check out my local HD and see if they got it in stock! Been looking for a natural gas weber grill and this is the perfect time!!! Here's hoping!!
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And.... it's done. My old MasterChef burners just started falling off this year.
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N8Magic wrote: That video must be UK specific, as my box was much larger and taller than that. Far less assembly required for the North American model.
I saw that same video and was really hoping the North American one required less assembly, good to know.

The box must be twice that size (or looked that large from the ground when it was still up in the racking).

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