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Weber 741001 Original Kettle 22-Inch Charcoal Grill

by Weber

Price SAR 3275.43 In Stock

Estimate to be delivered 24 Sep - 27 Sep


Features

Holds up to 13 burgers made with a Weber burger press One-Touch cleaning system provides hassle-free ash cleanup Porcelain-enameled lid and bowl Retain heat, and won’t rust or peel Use the lid hook to avoid placing the lid on the ground while grilling Dampers allow you to easily control the temperature inside your grill Durable plated steel cooking grate retains heat and is easy to clean


Customers Reviews

The Best Value and Performance Grill Your Money Can Buy

5.0 out of 5.0 by steve stehr on March 9, 2016
At 57 years old, I've had a lifelong obsession with outdoor grilling, and I have used dozens of different grills of all design types and fuel sources. I can afford the most expensive grills on the market, and what do I use today, when cooking for my small family? This Weber 22 inch grill, which blows every other grill of any type away for real life every day grilling, for these reasons:1. Performance- the grill is highly adjustable, and easy to control heat levels with the upper and lower vent. Food can either be placed over the coals for high heat, or away from them for more gradual indirect cooking.2. Versatility- the grill is air tight with both vents closed, so can be used as a very effective indirect heat smoker. If you want to control the location of the charcoal more precisely than piling it up on one side, use the Weber Charcoal Rails, available on Amazon for $7-8, which enable you to precisely contain coals on opposite sides of the grill, and add more through the hinged grate when necessary, for longer smoking jobs. I find the rails to be superior to the baskets, since they vent air better and provide for more positional flexibility. If you're on a budget, use bricks for this purpose instead of rails, which have the added benefit of heat retention.3. Efficiency/Economy- good charcoal is not cheap, and it can be used multiple times if you completely close the vents when you are done cooking. The airtight nature of this grill that allows for this charcoal recycling is nearly impossible to find on other (non-Weber) grills, in my experience. If you have found one that seals up tighter than this model, I'd love to hear from you and know what other models compete in this area.4. Taste- I will only use a gas grill if I am in a big hurry, with no time to wait for the charcoal heating period. I have found that when I am in such a hurry, I should likely not be grilling at all. Cooking over wood/charcoal gives food a superior smoky flavor versus any gas grill, in my opinion.Happy grilling, and I hope this review was helpful.
I love Weber grills

3.0 out of 5.0 by Dr. M. on July 4, 2017
I love Weber grills. I have a Smokey Mountain Weber smoker (18-Inch) which I use weekly - 5 stars all around. I bought this Kettle grill to replace my old grill. In terms of the product itself, just like my smoker, I would give it 5 stars.The average review I've given this grill is due to the fact that quality control dropped the ball on this one. The product I received arrived with a defective handle nut that would not thread. No biggie. These are made of a thin alloy and it's not surprising that a defective nut is popped out during production every once in a while. I just happened to get one of them.After assembling the grill I pulled the two grates out of the box (one for the charcoal, one for cooking). I was disappointed to find that one of the rods in the cooking grill had a sever bend upward. The bend was so severe it stuck upward in the middle of the grill about 3/4 of an inch. How did this thing get through inspection?!I couldn't return it because I bought it for grilling on the 4th and didn't have the time to get the new one back before July 4's cookout. So I had to take a hammer and a couple other tools to beat-straighten out my new cooking grate. Bummer.
My grill of a lifetime, I'll die owning my Weber Kettle

5.0 out of 5.0 by Harold Wolf on July 18, 2016
I was gifted this grill 16 years ago. It continues to work, well it was working until I bought me a new one. Little has changed from the one from a decade and a half ago. Handles are no longer wood and a single lever opens the 3 air vents on the bottom all at once, which originally had 3 separate units difficult to reach. New and improved and I figured that since these grills last so long (I had replaced 2 tiny bolts on the vents, the only needed repairs) I'd buy my last grill of my life. I'm old enough, late 60s, I'll never need another.Since the old Weber yet had a nice shine on the black metal and everything else worked and looked great, i removed the grill rack and filled it with dirt and planted flame colored flowers for our patio. What an interesting flowerpot it makes. The vent holes keep the dirt drained well. Next year I may try growing yellow squash in the Weber. Who'd a thought?I prefer Weber to all other wood burning grills I've owned in my lifetime. I've tried many, in all sizes. This is #1 for my taste, and cooking preference. I also make my own charcoal using Osage orange wood burned in a patio fire pan, then doused half burned. It burns better than traditional manufactured and bagged charcoal briquets, lights fast, and with the Weber's ability to cover and snuff out the coals, I get multiple grilling meals with a single batch of charcoal.My favorite grilled meat is a tie, an Angus cheeseburger or filet Mignon. Of course, due to cost, I grill more burgers than steaks. Also often grill halved summer squash, Vadelia onion, mushrooms, and asparagus. SHE loves grilled shrimp too. For chicken fans, thighs grill up tastier than breasts, but have a higher calorie and fat count. But when it's grill time, who counts? Right?
Improved Again

5.0 out of 5.0 by James B on February 26, 2017
At least the third Kettle that we have owned - each an improvement over the previous model. Recent improvements include a better system for securing the legs; better hand grips; and generally a sturdier build. There is not a better charcoal grill available.
I could easily feed a family of 8 with this

5.0 out of 5.0 by Janina Fajardo on May 17, 2017
Gave this to my husband for his Birthday... he is still thanking me for this purchase.Now we BBQ every weekend!~ It's quite big btw. I could easily feed a family of 8 with this.