ACCU-PROBE Temperature Gauge
Dual Stainless Steel burners
Porcelainized Cast Iron WAVE Cooking Grids
The stylish red Napoleon TravelQ 285 Portable Propane Gas Grill sets a new standard in portable grilling, with 285 square inches of total grilling area so you can grill up to 18 large hamburgers at once. The stylish red Napoleon TravelQ 285 Portable Propane Gas Grill has set a new standard in portable grilling excellence. Don't let the small size fool you; this grill boasts 285 square inches of total grilling area. That means you can grill up to 18 large hamburgers at once. Two, individually controlled burners provide precise temperature control. Smoke, and roast using indirect heat or sear perfectly over intense heat. You'll know it's a Napoleon with the iconic WAVE cooking grids for those distinctive sear marks. The porcelainized enamel grids will season to a nonstick surface just like a cast iron frying pan. Replace one set of grids with the griddle and caramelize onions or cook breakfast. This grill features a cast aluminum body to keep it light and portable and the legs fold in for compact storage. The removable grease tray slides out for easy cleaning and locks in place when you're storing and traveling with the grill. Take gourmet grilling on the go with the TravelQ .
- 12,000 BTU's
- 2 Burners
- 285 in Total Cooking Area
- Premium Steel Wind Deflective Lid
|Burger Capacity (4-Inch Diameter)
|Infrared Cooking Options
|Burger Capacity (4_Inch Diameter)
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