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In the Spotlight: Napoleon Products

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The Charcoal Kettle Series by Napoleon

When describing a manufacturer like Napoleon Products, innovative is the first adjective that comes to mind. Since the late 1970s, Napoleon has been introducing products that are not only functional for home interiors and backyards, but also appealing from a design standpoint. And while Napoleon (which started in the hearth industry) continues to make exceptional fireplaces, it has taken that same innovative approach when making barbecue grills and accessories. In the past year, Napoleon has raised the bar even further by launching a line of outdoor furniture. The following two new products are examples of Napoleon’s ability to bring innovative products to the marketplace.

The Charcoal Kettle Series by Napoleon provides 365 square inches of total cooking area with a 22.5 inch diameter. An offset, hinged lid is included to provide safe operation over the cooking surface. Other features include an ACCU-PROBET temperature gauge, a heavy-gauge steel charcoal grate and cast-iron hinged cooking grids, with three height adjustments for fast and easy indirect cooking and a folding stainless-steel shelf for added storage space.

GL28 Gas Log by Napoleon

Napoleon’s new gas log sets feature reversible PHAZER logs (patent pending), glowing embers, and charcoal lumps, giving Napoleon’s gas log sets the look of a real wood-burning fireplace, with the convenience of direct-vent technology. The reversible logs can be configured for an authentic-looking split-wood fire or a natural looking tree-bark appearance. Controls are hidden, but easy to access, and optional, convenient remote controls or remote wall switches are available to making operating the gas log sets simple and easy – so one can spend more time enjoying family and friends.


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