You can be the envy of the barbecue with the Napoleon TravelQ PRO Series 285 Portable Gas Grill with Scissor Cart. This compact propane grill packs an impressive 12,000 BTUs and 285 square inches of cooking area on the porcelainized cast iron cooking grid. Dual stainless steel burners let you regulate the heat, whether you need to sear with direct heat or roast with indirect heat. The high-topped lid gives you numerous room to roast large items like whole turkeys or even pork and prime rib. An integrated thermometer allows you to deal with the perfect temperature so you food comes out delicious each time. Enjoy the convenience of the scissor cart, easily folded and opened up so you’ll be able to bring this grill anywhere you’d like. Rugged wheels and sturdy carry handles allow you to transport it over sandy beaches or rocky fields. The light aluminum construction of this grill is complemented by the sleek black and chrome finish. Rising up from its humble beginnings in Barrie, Ontario, Canada, Napoleon Gourmet Grills has turn into North The us’s largest privately owned manufacturer of the most effective wood and gas fireplaces, gourmet gas and charcoal grills, and outdoor living products. It all started 1976 when Wolfgang Schroeter started manufacturing steel railings. His designs proved to be a great success and soon enough he was producing an original stove with a solid cast iron two-door design. Over the past 30 years his company Wolf Steel Ltd’s dedication to innovative patented technology has lead to the infrared grilling experience, and two new departments: Napoleon Fireplaces, and, of course, Napoleon Gourmet Grills. Generous 285 sq. in. cooking area. Able to take care of 18 burgers. Dimensions: 45W x 21D x 40H in.. Weighs 52 lbs.. Up to 12,000 BTU provided by 2 burners. Uses propane fuel. Features aluminum construction. Utilizes porcelainized cast iron grids.
Generous 285 sq. in. cooking area
Able to take care of 18 burgers
Dimensions: 45W x 21D x 40H in.
Weighs 52 lbs.
Up to 12,000 BTU provided by 2 burners