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Napoleon PRO Charcoal Cart BBQ Grill with Cover $299.97

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[Costco] Napoleon PRO Charcoal Cart BBQ Grill with Cover $299.97

Charcoal enthusiasts can experience a full-sized grilling experience with the compact and mobile Napoleon PRO Charcoal Kettle Grill with Cart. The stainless steel, folding side shelf provides a generous prep space. The folding shelf isn't the only thing that is spacious; grill up to 23 hamburgers at once on the large, hinged, cast iron cooking grids. You'll know it's a Napoleon with the iconic WAVE™ cooking grids for those distinctive sear marks. Grilling, roasting, and smoking are a breeze, the hinged grids season like a cast iron frying pan, and make it easy to reload charcoal or add wood for smoking. Charcoal is all about controlling heat and airflow, the cooking grids adjust to three heights, while the stainless steel heat diffuser evenly distributes heat, and directing spent charcoal to the ash catcher. The lid features an offset hinge that opens, allowing access to the whole grill while keeping your hands away from the heat.

Cover features:

3 Year Limited Warranty
Durable, Water-Resistant Fabric
Air Vents and Hanging Loops
Superior Fade Resistant
Dimensions (W x H x D) and Weight:

Grill: 113.5 cm x 106 cm x 72.5 cm (44.75 in. x 41.75 in. x 44.75 in.)
Weight: 40.05 kg (89 lb.)
Specifications
BrandNapoleon
ModelPRO225K-CART-2-A
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This is awesome op! If only my wife wouldn't murder me for buying a fourth Grill 🤣
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$449 at CT , am guessing this was $399 reg. at Costco originally ?
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How do you find these things on Costco.ca? It's not even in Going Going Gone section.
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No sorry probably somewhere around $399
Mikus007 wrote: Do you know what the original price was?
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Worst customer service ever. Buy American. At least the thought of getting sued forces good customer service. My Napoleon caught fire (defect), burnt me (perm scar) and they refused to do anything about it (eventually they replaced the parts).

Go Weber guys or any other brand.

P.S. I'm proudly Canadian and always buy Canadian products first IF it makes sense.
Last edited by xtrmDeals on Jan 22nd, 2022 12:42 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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I have been looking for a kettle to add to my collection of BBQs. Maybe I should get the tried and true Weber but this deal seems too good to pass up
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Thanks OP. Great find and great price. I ordered one. It's Costco, so no stress. I have a Napoleon BBQ gas grill and had to deal with their service for a defective part, took one week and it was delivered, no charge with all the instructions to replace it. For the price, can't complain. Lot of BBQ shops still selling this around 550$.. great deal.

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Have another look it's there
crosby86 wrote: How do you find these things on Costco.ca? It's not even in Going Going Gone section.
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Tempted and no doubt charcoal gives the best flavour, but cleaning it after every cook ...then there is cold weather ....decisions decisions
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Guys, despite that this grill carries the napoleon brand name and that this is a discount from the MSRP. Reviews for the napoleon charcoal bbqs are abysmal. I highly recommend just picking up a weber and not having to worry about quality issues for a very long time.
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xtrmDeals wrote: Worst customer service ever. Buy American. At least the thought of getting sued forces good customer service. My Napoleon caught fire (defect), burnt me (perm scar) and they refused to do anything about it (eventually they replaced the parts).

Go Weber guys or any American brand.
RFD is a Canadian forum. Please promote your American brand elsewhere.
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Amowagou wrote: RFD is a Canadian forum. Please promote your American brand elsewhere.
Don't get me wrong. I bought Canadian (Napoleon twice) because of being Canadian and will always support good Canadian companies. But they lost me as a customer when their product was defective, almost had an explosion (fire leaked below on to the tank), and refused to help me.
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Amowagou wrote: RFD is a Canadian forum. Please promote your American brand elsewhere.
For being a Canadian forum, we sure do love Costco lol
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insomnia77 wrote: Tempted and no doubt charcoal gives the best flavour, but cleaning it after every cook ...then there is cold weather ....decisions decisions
Once you go charcoal you never come back.
I have 5 charcoal bbqs. Only charcoal ones in my backyard :D

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