Many grilling enthusiasts prefer to cook with charcoal, the original infrared grilling fuel. Napoleon's PRO Kettle Grill is compact to save space, but big enough to feed a crowd, grilling up to 23 hamburgers at once. Grill, roast, and smoke with ease, the porcelainized cast iron cooking grids are hinged for easy access when reloading coals or adding wood chips and chunks. Adjust the cooking grids to three different levels for increased heat control. Master airflow and burn with our PRO Air Control system that provides more efficient air handling, prevents water from entering the grill, and functions as a large ash catcher. A large stainless steel heat diffuser lifts the charcoal up off the bowl of the kettle evenly radiating heat throughout the grill, and directing spent charcoal down to the ash catcher. On the outside this grill shines. The powder coated enamelled steel body shrugs off the elements. The lid features an offset hinge that opens, allowing access to the whole grill, while keeping your hands away from the heat. Bring the PRO Kettle Grill wherever the action is, the rugged wheels traverse terrain with ease. Cooking like a PRO with charcoal has never been easier.
- Heavy Gauge Black Porcelain Lid and Bowl
- Steel Charcoal Grate
- 365 in Total Cooking Area
- Cast Iron Hinged Cooking Grids
- Napoleon Charcoal Kettle Grill
- Hinged Cooking Grids
- High Capacity Ash Catcher
- Ergonomic corner hinged lid
- Stainless Steel Heat Diffuser
- ACCU-PROBE Temperature Gauge
||President's Limited Lifetime
||Natural Gas & Propane
|Burger Capacity (4-Inch Diameter)
|Infrared Cooking Options
|Burger Capacity (4_Inch Diameter)
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