Napoleon PRO605CSS Charcoal Grill

Napoleon

Napoleon is a Canadian company that manufactures a wide variety of grills, smokers, accessories and books. They started in 1976 as a small steel fabrication company in Ontario, Canada, then branched out into making fireplaces and grills. Although Napoleon sightings are rare south of the Canadian border, they produce quality products and are essentially Canada's answer to Weber. In fact it's hard not to draw comparisons between Napoleon and Weber, even their logo and website are similar. But Napoleon comes up with just enough distinctive ideas to make them a viable contender.

Top Ten Charcoal Grill 2014 If you're committed to charcoal, but envious of your neighbor's shiny gasser, the Napoleon PRO605 may be the answer. Only a few premium and luxury brands offer stainless steel charcoal grills. PRO is one of the more beautiful models we've seen in this price range.

The Napoleon PRO605CSS Charcoal Grill is a unique, stainless steel cooker. It has 605 square inches of cooking surface, with an adjustable height charcoal grate that has several positions, not infinitely adjustable. There is a front door for access to the charcoal during cooking, and the hood is double lined, a nice feature to help keep heat in. Comes with a lamp and an interesting rotisserie design with a special vertical charcoal hopper at the rear just for the rotisserie. The cart has plenty of storage space, but air vents on the sides mean that it is not waterproof. Limited lifetime warranty.

Price: 
$1,299
Primary Function: 
Grill
Fuel: 
Charcoal
Primary Capacity: 
605 square inches
Made in the USA: 
No
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