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These are an exact match for the drip pans on my Weber Spirit II E-310 grill. The only thing that isn't an exact match is the price. These were $12.99 for 30 ($.43 per pan) and the Weber brand was $11.99 for 10 ($1.20 per pan). Save yourself the money and go with these drip pans.
DOBI (30-Pack) Weber Grills Compatible Drip Pans, Bulk Package, Aluminum Foil BBQ Grease Pans, 7.5" x 5" fit the Weber Spirit II E-310 Gas Grill NG perfectly. You get 30 for $13.79, that's $0.46 each. They are a great value. I am completely satisfied.
These drip pans fit and worked just fine, at much lower cost than Weber brand pans. Ease of cleaning will depend on what has dripped, and how long the drippings sit (dry up?) before cleaning... Depending on the type and volume of food grilled, one pan may last through several grillings. At less than 50 cents each, they are comparatively economical and quite sufficient.
These are a great alternative to the name brand pans. While they aren't necessarily as sturdy, they're more than effective for the light grilling/drip collection purposes I've intended for them. They work great with my Weber Genesis II E-210.
Just as good as Weber and a whole lot less expensive. I'm not sure they are exactly as thick as the Weber branded ones but I always double up anyway so that's not an issue. As inexpensive as these are I think I can find a lot more uses for them than just catching grease in my grill.
Though I didn't have high expectations, the tins are good quality, fit perfectly and I now have a large quantity that I can easily dispose of the accumulated grease. I was originally going to go with the Weber branded tins but gave these a shot and was glad I did. I would buy them again once these run out.
I ordered these initially thinking they would be a little bigger. I'm glad they weren't. They fit perfect on the top rack on my new grill. I was able to cook just the right amount of veggies in them while my meat cooked.