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Weber - Rotisserie are they worth the money

post #1 of 7
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I have always wanted a rotisserie for my 3 burner gas weber but the $60 - $70 bucks always scares me away.

Anyone purchase an aftermarket one for a Weber or have any suggestions if they are worth the money
post #2 of 7
Check these out - http://www.ribolator.com/

Might be something you can use on your Weber and/or other grills and smokers.
post #3 of 7
Hi Crown,

I have a Genesis E310 and I purchased a Weber Basket Rotisserie #9891, I love it.

I use it for quick high temp grilling when I don't have much time to watch the grill, I normally remove the CI grates and place a pan with broth to catch the drippings on top of the flavorizer bars. I have cooked whole chickens, leg of lamb and rumsteak (I think it's sirloin tip roast) with excellent results.

It was priced at $180, but it was 110v and they couldn't sell it and since the store manager knows my house is one of the few here that are wired 110v-220v he gave me a 50% discount to get rid of it, knowing they cost $60-$70 in the states makes me even feel better about it, thanks.

I hope that helps,

Gene
post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 
thanks for the link and info - maybe I can find a deal on one
post #5 of 7
they are nice, but the one i have uses a ton of propne
post #6 of 7
Thread Starter 
I run on natural gas for my grill, so unlimited supply
post #7 of 7
I just got a charbroil universal last year at kmart for the end of the season for 10.00 and I LOVE IT I want another just for the smoker!!
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