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Today I am doing an unboxing and review of the Napoleon Rodeo Pro, PRO22K-LEG. This is Napoleons solution to combat Weber’s Original Kettle grill and in my opinion they given weber a run for their money!

My First Impression of this Napoleon Grill is that it is build well and is made to last. From is platinum porcelain coated bowl/lid to it’s heavy duty Cast Iron Grill this Kettle grill is ready to play.

It has a great look to it and as many functional components to it like a temperature gage on the top, three grill positioning levels and a hinged lid on the top.

If you are looking for a new kettle grill I would suggest looking at this one to see if it’s right for you.

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Postal Barbecue says:

New video review of the Napoleon rodeo Pro kettle grill. What do you think?

tanom123 says:

Great videos on your channel. How is the Napoleon grill holding up now that you’ve have a few months to use it? Would you recommend it over a Weber?

Michael S says:

I REALLY like that grate, and am very much considering buying it as an upgrade for my Weber kettle. The one thing that keeps me from doing it is that I don’t know that I have the personal discipline to maintain a cast iron BBQ grate. The multi-level option is also a nice feature.

I like the idea behind the hinged hood; its very convenient. But at my house it is ALWAYS windy… and a hood that opens up 90° like that could potentially spell disaster. I would recommend some weight bags on the bottom frame rack. Not to mention… the fact that it opens up towards one side makes my OCD tingle, lol… even though I can see the ergonomics behind it.

Either way, very nice grill…

Lucas W. says:

Hi there. First of all thank you for the review. I have done a lot of research about charcoal grill/barbecue and I have noticed that the vent should never be on the middle on the top lid because it does not distribute the heat around the grill. The vent should be on the side.
Now nobody mention this mistake on the Napoleon grill and I wonder why?
Do you have any thoughts about this? That is the only reason I don’t buy this particular grill.

louis patterson says:

Looks good, good sir. What’s makes a kettle grill a kettle grill though?

Doug Krueger says:

Thanks for your review! I’ve used the Weber kettle for years with lots of success in grilling, BBQing, baking and smoking. Looking forward to the cast iron grates, hinged top and adjustable grate/fire distance features of the Napoleon. I will miss the one-touch ash wipers at the bottom of the Weber but adding features to the Weber is not cost effective compared with a new grill. Hoping to receive the Napoleon cart version 8/8. I’ll be seasoning the cast iron in the electric oven before putting them into service.

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