A splendid addition to your outdoor living space, the Triumph Series 410 Gas Grill with Range Side Burner provides a superb grilling experience. You will know why it's named Triumph when you defeat the burnt burger blahs. With a capacity of up to 25 hamburgers, 550 square inches, you can feed a crowd easily over the 44,700 BTU's of flame power. The porcelainized cast iron cooking grids will make sure you don't get stuck, seasoning up just like Grandmother's cast iron frying pan.
Small spaces aren't a problem for these grills. Napoleon's Triumph Series feature convenient folding side shelves and locking casters so that you can tuck your grill away when it's not in use, or bring it to where the action is. The integrated bottle opener means you can stay with the party not miss out on the fun while searching for an opener in the junk drawer. You can cook your whole meal on the grill with the convenient range side burner, giving you more time to spend enjoying the meal, instead of running back and forth to the kitchen. Durable stainless steel construction and an affordable price tag round out the features of the Triumph Series 410, making it the grill that will fit all your outdoor space needs.
- 44,700 BTU's
- 4 Burners
- 600 in Total Cooking Area
- Stainless Steel Construction
- Triumph Series Gas Grill (formally SE Series)
- Range Side Burner
- Porcelainized Cast Iron Cooking Grids
- JETFIRE Ignition System
- Folding Side Shelves
- Integrated Bottle Opener
|Burger Capacity (4-Inch Diameter)
|Infrared Cooking Options
|Burger Capacity (4_Inch Diameter)
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