Weber Genesis 310 vs. 330

Should you go with Weber Genesis 310 or Weber Genesis 330? The question may have been daunting you for some time. For sure, if you want the best cooking performance from a grill, then you get what you pay for. Even though these two models are a little bit pricier than the competition, they boast true performance. However, Weber Genesis 330 comes at a slightly higher price point than Weber Genesis 310. What does Weber Genesis 330 have that Weber Genesis 310 does not? Let’s see below!

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The Similarities
One thing is for sure: Weber Genesis 310 and Weber Genesis 330 are basically the same machines. They just come with different features. If you put Weber Genesis 310 and Weber Genesis 330 side by side, you can hardly see the differences. They each comes with an ultra-rugged stainless steel construction that is also very easy to clean and maintain. They each has 637 sq. in. total cooking area, which is sufficient to accommodate about 25 hamburger patties at once. They each has three stainless steel burners with 38,000 BTU-per-hour power, which is decent. However, their true power lies in the perfectly even and very consistent heat distribution across the cooking surface, promoting such superior cooking performance. Unlike other grills on the market, Weber Genesis 310 and Weber Genesis 330 do not have any cold spot.

Both models also come with the porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates which are very durable and handy, also the porcelain-enameled Flavorizer bars. These so-called Flavorizer bars are very useful. They collect food droppings to be seared to add flavor to the food, while the unvaporized part can be easily discarded. On each model’s shroud, you can find a center-mounted thermometer that functions to show the precise heat level on the cooking surface.

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The Differences
The only but very important differences between Weber Genesis 310 and Weber Genesis 330 are the side burner and sear station. Weber Genesis 310 does not have these features. On the other hand, Weber Genesis 330 comes with a 12,000 BTU-per-hour side burner and a 10,000 BTU-per-hour sear station. These additions are obviously very useful. While waiting for the steak or patties to cook, you can use the side burner and sear station for preparing other dishes or ingredients.

- 38,000-BTU gas grill with 637-square-inch cooking/warming space
- Front-mounted control panel; 3 stainless-steel burners; individual electronic ignition system
- Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates; Flavorizer bars; heat deflectors
- Enclosed cart; built-in thermometer; 6 tool hooks; requires an LP tank (not included)
- Measures 30 inches long by 60 inches wide by 64-1/2 inches high; 5-year limited warranty
- Gas grill with porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates and 3 stainless-steel burners
- 637-square-inch cooking/warming space, plus side burner and Sear Station burner
- Front-mounted control panel; individual electronic ignition system; Flavorizer bars
- Enclosed cart; built-in thermometer; 6 tool hooks; requires an LP tank (not included)
- Measures 30 inches long by 60 inches wide by 64-1/2 inches high; 10 year limited warranty. Assembly required

Weber Genesis 310 vs. 330
In general, Weber Genesis 330 makes the best way to go. The side burner and sear station are very handy. However, if you are very sure that you don’t need the two features, you can go with Weber Genesis 310.

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