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Thread: Theft deterrent for your Weber gas grill

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    Theft deterrent for your Weber gas grill

    Cheap protection for the cost of a cover.


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    That's Historical!!! I just can't come to grips disrespecting my weber like that thou I perfer My traditional method


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    What Brinkmann cover will fit Weber 1100?

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    That's too funny

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    Now that's funny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Correll View Post
    Cheap protection for the cost of a cover.

    Wish I had that on mine when it got stolen and they may have left it alone.
    WSM 22 , OTG 22, Master Touch 22 and looking to add OTP. Now also own/ed a E-330 NG version that got STOLEN but now have a S-330 to replace it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Correll View Post
    Cheap protection for the cost of a cover.



    Ironically enough, I have that cover and a Brinkmann Pro Series 2700 to boot. Might be heretical, but I like it almost as much as my Webers. Then again, I got it 15 years ago back when Brinkmann actually made some nice grills.

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    That's funny Bob, a little chuckle to start the week off.
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    I know this is an old thread but I'm new here. I just got on order a Weber Sprit e310. I have never spent this much for a grill ever so I want to make sure my new Weber don't leave with out me. Mine will be on a pad of patio pavers in my rear yard. house is on a city size lot and backs up to parking area and private alley I share with a few neighbors. No one has ever bothered my other grills or porch stuff, just want some extra insurance. So I got a KingKong cover on the way from Amazon for it that doesn't announce its a Weber. I'm going to get a cable lock and try to pass it thru the back and bottom of the base then around a 4x4 support post for the 2nd floor balcony steps thats near. How does this sound?

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    LOL: that sounds like a good plan. I just hate it that some people have to deal with stuff like that. Not that it never happens, but stuff doesn't usually walk off where I live. I have left my truck in the driveway unlocked over night probably 1/4 of the nights since I bought it new. I have a travel trailer in the driveway that don't lock all summer long. I have a very nice Grumman canoe that doesn't get locked up despite sitting next to my garage. I quite often leave my garage door open when I am not around.
    I know, some day, I will be sorry, but as long as I don't have to carry a key chain with a dozen keys on it and lock and unlock stuff every five minutes, I will continue to live with this false sense of security.

    Rural midwest. I grew up with an even lower sense of security, so I can at least say I am making progress.

    I have 8 weber gas grills in my back yard right now. Nothing locked.

    Oh, and don't bother to ask for my address.
    Grills and guns are a lot alike. While one would usually suffice and you can only use one a time, each grill/gun is better in certain situations.

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