Weber has reintroduced the simplicity and versatility of the electric BBQ. Weber has given you all the traditions and flavours of a BBQ with the simplicity and convenience of electric power. The delicious smoky flavours you’ve come to expect from your Weber BBQ will only be enhanced by the cooking precision of the Pulse Weber electric BBQ.

Weber Pulse Models – 1000 & 2000

The Weber Pulse models have been designed with superior functionality in mind. They have incorporated high tech electronic temperature control with Smart technology and the usual standard Weber quality components. The Smart technology incorporated into both models allows you to keep accurately check temperature variance and follow the progress of your meal as it cooks to perfection via the iGrill App on your chosen device.  No more standing around the BBQ to work out when it is ready to cook.  With the alerts and settings with the IGrill, the BBQ will tell you when it’s ready to cook.  The smoke circulates through the cast aluminium lid infusing all the smoky flavours that BBQing has to offer.

Differences between the 1000 and 2000 include:

Weber Pulse 1000 Electric BBQ

  • Total cooking area : 41 x 31 cm
  • Glass-reinforced nylon handles: 2
  • Meat Probes Included: 1
  • Probe Capacity: 2
  • Porcelain-enamelled, cast iron cooking grills
  • Cast aluminium lid and body
  • Integrated iGrill technology / For use with free Weber iGrill app
  • Grease Management System
  • Removable components and front control panel
  • Power Button with Integrated RCD Safety Function
  • Integrated clip for safe routing of cord
  • Electronic temperature control
  • Status Indicator Light
  • Digital Thermometer with LED display
  • Front access grease tray with catch pan
  • Stainless steel lid handle
  • Aluminium Heat Retention Liners
  • Lid Open 68cm H x 60.5cm W x 65cm D
  • Lid Closed 33cm H x 60.5cm W x 53.5cm D

Weber Pulse 2000 Electric BBQ

  • Total cooking area : 49 x 39 cm
  • Glass-reinforced nylon handles: 2
  • Meat Probes Included: 2
  • Probe Capacity: 4
  • Porcelain-enamelled, cast iron cooking grills
  • Cast aluminium lid and body
  • Integrated iGrill technology / For use with free Weber iGrill app
  • Dual Zone Barbecuing
  • Grease Management System
  • Removable components and front control panel
  • Power Button with Integrated RCD Safety Function
  • Integrated clip for safe routing of cord
  • Electronic temperature control
  • Digital Thermometer with LED display
  • Front access grease tray with catch pan
  • Stainless steel lid handle
  • Aluminium heat retention liners
  • Status indicator lights
  • Lid Open – 77cm H x 70.7cm W x 76cm D
  • Lid Closed – 39cm H x 70.7cm W x 60cm D

The Outdoor Electric Grill

Eating outdoors is a long-held Australian tradition, regardless of the space limitations we may have. Both the Weber Pulse 1000 and Weber Pulse 2000 has been designed with versatility in mind.  It is small enough to fit on a balcony in an apartment, small patio area, rooftop or boat.  Electric barbecues retain heat just as well as a gas grill. As for mouth-watering seared steak on the BBQ, you will still be able to have the lid open and marvel at those sear marks.

Electric BBQ Recipes

Here are some of our favourite recipes that you can make on your Weber Pulse:

Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus

Mixed Seafood Grill

Prosciutto Wrapped Tenderloin

Tips on Cleaning & Maintenance for the Weber Pulse Electric BBQ

  • Keeping your Weber electric BBQ clean will give your grill a longer life and a better cooking outcome. There are some important points to keeping your Weber electric clean that should be undertaken.
  • Before cleaning the BBQ make sure the power is off and the unit is cool.
  • DO NOT use metal scrubbing pads at all on the grill. This could lead to short-circuiting the BBQ as metal pieces may be dislodged and this may cause an electric shock.
  • When cleaning the controller and power cord use warm soapy water. Make sure they are thoroughly dry prior to using the BBQ again.  Do not fully immerse in water.
  • Cleaning the heating element is not required. Any remnants will burn off when the element is heating.
  • Excess grease from the bowl liner must be removed otherwise there is the risk of a grease fire. This can be done by scraping the liner with a plastic scraper.  Remove the liner and wash with warm soapy water if there is an excess of built-up grease.  The bowl liner should then be completely dry before placing it back into the unit.
  • Cooking grates can be cleaned immediately after cooking if required.  Let the grill cool to a warm temperature and with a Weber stainless steel bristle brush you can brush the excess food from the grates.  If you want a more comprehensive clean,  wait until the grill has completely cooled.  Use the bristle brush to again remove any remnants and then wash them in warm soapy water.  Dry the plates with either a clean cloth or paper towel.  DO NOT soak the grates in water or place on a stand to air dry.
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