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18" Napoleon charcoal grill $75 YMMV

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Dec 30, 2015
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Saint-Laurent, QC

[Home Depot] 18" Napoleon charcoal grill $75 YMMV

Found on liquidation at home depot Laval rue Corbusier. Full palette at 5pm today.

Napoleon website link:
https://www.napoleon.com/en/ca/barbecue ... k18k-leg-1
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Jul 7, 2004
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Pretty good deal with the catcher. You can often fine Weber Kettles on kijiji used once or twice for $50-$75 as well. People often use them once or twice and realize it's not for them.
Sr. Member
Nov 28, 2003
608 posts
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Montreal
Never owned a charcoal grill, what can i cook with one this size? How long would it take for the charcoal grill to heat up before being able to cook?
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Mar 15, 2005
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Since getting a kamado I have realized how much I prefer to cooking with charcoal rather than gas. I'm looking for a charcoal option for the cottage. Does anyone know if this unit works with Weber kettle accessories?

Also the general store by my cottage has $50 off all their in stock grills. That would bring the Weber kettle to $100. Would you guys recommend this Napoleon unit or a Weber for $25 more?
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Feb 26, 2008
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Surrey
deals wrote: Never owned a charcoal grill, what can i cook with one this size? How long would it take for the charcoal grill to heat up before being able to cook?
Everything! Lol...and I am not exaggerating.

Takes about 15mins to light to charcoal and another 15 for it to come up to temp...like dumping it out and closing the lid. But that is dependent on what you are trying to cook and at what temp. I've barely used my propane bbq since getting the charcoal unless I don't have time to light up the charcoal and wait. I have a 22" Weber.
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Sep 15, 2011
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HUNTSVILLE
deals wrote: Never owned a charcoal grill, what can i cook with one this size? How long would it take for the charcoal grill to heat up before being able to cook?
Agreed with other poster, you can cook anything you want on there (with practice). In my experience you can be up and cooking in under 15 minutes as long as you're using a charcoal chimney to light your fuel (with lump at least, briquettes take longer). I've got a Weber OTG Kettle which is nearly identical to this that I use nearly as often as my kamado, they're great.
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Apr 8, 2007
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Guelph
rancid82 wrote: Everything! Lol...and I am not exaggerating.

Takes about 15mins to light to charcoal and another 15 for it to come up to temp...like dumping it out and closing the lid. But that is dependent on what you are trying to cook and at what temp. I've barely used my propane bbq since getting the charcoal unless I don't have time to light up the charcoal and wait. I have a 22" Weber.
It’s the same for me. Pretty much any steak has to be on the charcoal now. I just don’t have that much time during the week so I use propane then. But on weekends it’s charcoal exclusively!

I would recommend the master touch Weber over the others. Honestly there are quite a few quality of life improvements that make it worth it for me. Just the additional height so you are cooking in a more comfortable position and the lid holder alone are well worth the extra cost!
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Nov 28, 2003
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Montreal
discoblues wrote: Since getting a kamado I have realized how much I prefer to cooking with charcoal rather than gas. I'm looking for a charcoal option for the cottage. Does anyone know if this unit works with Weber kettle accessories?

Also the general store by my cottage has $50 off all their in stock grills. That would bring the Weber kettle to $100. Would you guys recommend this Napoleon unit or a Weber for $25 more?
rancid82 wrote: Everything! Lol...and I am not exaggerating.

Takes about 15mins to light to charcoal and another 15 for it to come up to temp...like dumping it out and closing the lid. But that is dependent on what you are trying to cook and at what temp. I've barely used my propane bbq since getting the charcoal unless I don't have time to light up the charcoal and wait. I have a 22" Weber.
hoody123 wrote: Agreed with other poster, you can cook anything you want on there (with practice). In my experience you can be up and cooking in under 15 minutes as long as you're using a charcoal chimney to light your fuel (with lump at least, briquettes take longer). I've got a Weber OTG Kettle which is nearly identical to this that I use nearly as often as my kamado, they're great.

Thanks for the info... Will try to pass by HD to pick it up
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Nov 1, 2009
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Terrebonne
deals wrote: Never owned a charcoal grill, what can i cook with one this size? How long would it take for the charcoal grill to heat up before being able to cook?
It can cook almost anything, however I own a 22" Weber which I like but find it a bit small when inviting people.
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Sep 15, 2015
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Get a Weber 22
1. Buy cheap, buy twice
2. Don’t buy because it’s cheap. Buy it when needed or it brings convenience/happiness/better quality in life
3. Buy now think (regret/return) later
4. If the gut says don’t tell your lady, don’t!
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Aug 5, 2020
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Is there any left at this Laval location please ?
Member
Jun 17, 2003
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I have a 22 inch Weber, I love it to death. I did some smoked pulled pork on it (15 lbs!) and it was awesome.

18 inch is a bit small IMHO. You should wait to get a 22 inch. With a 18, you'll have to pick smaller pieces of meat if you want to smoke it. Also, if you want to do some indirect cooking (having the coals on one side of the kettle to sear, etc and one side without coals to cook) it makes both zones quite smaller than on the 22.
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Oct 15, 2020
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montreal, QC
They're all 149$ around me in Montreal
Is this thing on?
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Jun 29, 2016
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I have a 22" Weber as well.
I find the 22" ok for 3 - 4 people, but too small for more. If I were to do it again I would get the 26" Weber, as a matter of fact I'm seriously thinking about it.
+ 1 on the 18" being a bit cramped.
Btw I have a gas BBQ as well so I find they complement each other, when I want to cook something fast I put it on the gas BBQ, when I want lots of flavor it goes on the charcoal.
Sr. Member
Nov 28, 2003
608 posts
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Montreal
Vsixet wrote: Is there any left at this Laval location please ?
Yes! About a dozen left and they are located on the right side as you enter, across from the returns counter

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