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[Bestbuy] Napolean Prestige Gas BBQ

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NotSamoaJoe wrote:
May 12th, 2017 10:18 am
It's natural gas. Can it be converted to propane easily?
Depends on how easy or difficult it is to find the replacement orifices.

Some companies make them available readily; I know that Weber use to have conversion kits but has stopped selling them. Weber says the reason is that if done incorrectly, it can cause problems. I think the real reason is that they want to make a replacement bbq sale instead of the conversion.
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Jan 24, 2008
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It's still in stock in my area. I'm really tempted . . .
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Calgary, AB
Just came in here to say I love my Napoleon BBQ. Canadian made, good warranty team (had to replace the starter for my side burner). I would just recommend getting the stainless steel grills over the cast iron but to each their own.

I don't have this exact same model, but I'm very happy with the quality with their products.
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Mar 27, 2006
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Despite our best efforts we were not able to secure inventory of Napoleon Prestige 29,000 BTU Fullsize Natural Gas BBQ (P308RBNSS-7) for your recent order XXXXXXX. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

We've removed this item from your order and you will not be charged for it. To make up for any inconvenience, we'd like to offer you an eCertificate for $50.00.
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just an FYI- Non Rotisserie one... is still available and $50 less

I was going to get this.. just moved have no bbq... wife thinks it's a tad bit small
She said... if we are already spending that much.. we might as well just get a bigger one Face With Tears Of Joy

I HOPE! I she feels the same way about TV Shopping Smiling Face With Sunglasses
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Feb 16, 2010
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Victoria
308 owner for 5 years here.

Good/great smaller bbq for people that understand the limitations.

Pros-
- good/great temperature control
- well made
- customer service excellent (mom and pop store replaced defective thermometer at my home) and just yesterday had an easy time ordering new parts from Toronto

Cons-
- rack is close to burners so flare ups can happen with greasy/coated food
- low height of lid limits how tall items can be (using big chicken for beer can chicken for example)
- no side burner for boiling/pan cooking

Overall, good upgrade from the small portables that are much cheaper.
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Jan 12, 2012
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Calgary
Have an old Ducane that I might upgrade, but I do not want to give up the Stainless steel grills.
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I couldn't resist any longer and bought one. There are now 6 remaining in Alberta.

I'm interested in upgrading to the stainless steel grills. Where can I buy them?
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KrunalP660161 wrote:
May 18th, 2017 11:24 am
http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/napol ... p.html#srp

canadian tire has similar BBQ with 37,500 BTU, 550 SQ in for same price.
Let me know whats yours thoughts on it compare to one at best buy
The Crappy Trie models are all China sourced. Not the same.

I hate that Napoleon sells these. Cheapens their name. Confuses customers.
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kool1 wrote:
May 18th, 2017 12:04 pm
The Crappy Trie models are all China sourced. Not the same.

I hate that Napoleon sells these. Cheapens their name. Confuses customers.
Exactly.

Krunal, heavy lids retain heat, which is a feature you want if you bbq more than say, twice a month.

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