Charcoal Professional Grill
You’re a traditionalist. If charcoal grilling is the best way to grill, then the PRO605CSS Professional Charcoal Grill is the perfect grill for you. Napoleon’s elegant Professional Charcoal combines the stability of a cart model grill with traditional charcoal grilling for incredible results. Getting the best of both worlds is an understatement with this all stainless steel grill. The Charcoal Professional has an impressive 605 square inches of main grilling area. Just think about grilling up to 32 burgers, not small ones, but big 4-inch ones. The generous side shelves give you work surface to spare. It even has convenient integrated tool hooks, just like a big gas grill.
GAS GRILL STYLE
You don’t have to raise the space saving LIFT EASE™ roll top lid to find out how amazing this grill is. Front and center is the convenient front-loading door. Add charcoal on the fly by just opening this hatch and adding the extra coals that you need. The 304 stainless steel body is not only beautiful, but shrugs off corrosion and wipes down easily too. For added style, the door and lid handles are chromed out. The ash and drip pan slide out when you’re done grilling for quick and easy cleaning. Keeping your PRO605CSS spotless.
When cooking, being in control is key. Traditional grilling takes careful observation and regulation, especially when fire is involved. With the Charcoal Professional’s adjustable charcoal bed, you rule. Set the height of the lit charcoal to six different positions. You also have sliding air vents to increase the control that you have over the heat and burn rate. Knowing you’re in the zone is easier than ever with the built in ACCU-PROBE™ temperature gauge. Napoleon’s Professional Charcoal Grill is so versatile, you can sear over high heat, getting that perfect lick of flame on the perfect steak. Or you can roast, low and slow over indirect heat using the charcoal dividers. Even better, you can get the delicate flavor of smoked dishes by using the Charcoal Professional as a smoker too. Just by adding soaked wood chips to your lit charcoal, you can easily add smoke to your grilled foods.