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[Best Buy] Napoleon Triumph 325 -- 449.99$

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[Best Buy] Napoleon Triumph 325 -- 449.99$

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Looks like its sold out now
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Napolean is far better, and has an actual infrared side burner, not the lame "tru infrared" that Charbroil is talking about


OP Deal was REALLY GOOD.

I already have a really good Napolean LUX, but would have bought this as a second.
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Looks like the cheaper one of the two in OP ships for free, but the second one is expensive scheduled delivery.
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Nah. Model vs model the char-broil is better in this case. Plus:

Warranty Coverage: 10-YR burner, 3-YR firebox, 1-YR all other parts

The grate system on this unit is excellent.
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Surprised there isn't more BBQ deals at this time of the year.
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Someone posted that if you know a BB employee they have a 40% off Napoleon bbq's. Not sure if its true, worth a try.
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Too bad no sales on natural gas, need a new grill this year.
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razrsharp wrote: Too bad no sales on natural gas, need a new grill this year.
what broke?
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Wow not bad. The one that the OP posted also looks great!

We bought a Broil Mate from HomeDepot in 2009 and I'm still using it to this day. the only thing I had to change was the igniter (that I got on aliexpress for $3). I use is from april to november and store it for the winter. It's still working A+.

It looks like this one where the side folds down but mine is made of plastic.

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/broil- ... 1001129630

Edit: This is the one I have and I love it! Image
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steven80 wrote: what broke?
propane bbq now 15 years old (beaumark, made in Montreal) and have 2 cracked burners and need all new vapour plates. Not wanting to replace any more parts at this point.
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If I am looking for natural gas bbq since I have an outlet, it is possible to make propane bbq work with natural gas ?
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achohan91 wrote: If I am looking for natural gas bbq since I have an outlet, it is possible to make propane bbq work with natural gas ?
Yes, they sell conversion kits, it's how I use my BBQ
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ashwani2k wrote: Which is better in terms of quality, performance, usability, and value for money?

https://www.lowes.ca/product/gas-bbqs/w ... cha-911726
for $499

or

https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/na ... r/14413265
for $450
My vote is for the Napoleon. In terms of quality, performance, and reliability, they should be about the same. However, for these lower end units, even though they bear the Weber and Napoleon name, I wouldn't expect them to perform or be as reliable as the higher end ones. If you have this expectation, it's fine.

I like bbqs with cabinets. I don't like the design of the open bottom for the weber. A propane tank is usually a very unsightly thing, and with the addition of a cabinet, you can put other things in there protected from the elements. It also has a side burner which may or may not be useful for you. I have one but never use it...

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