Outdoor Gourmet ProThe Outdoor Gourmet Pro™ Triton Classic Gas/Charcoal Grill and Smoker Box features cast-iron grates and a durable, powder-coated body.Outdoor Gourmet Pro Triton Classic Gas/Charcoal Grill and Smoker Box
Give yourself different cooking options with the Outdoor Gourmet Pro™ Triton Classic Gas/Charcoal Grill and Smoker Box, which has a durable, powder-coat body. The gas grill, charcoal grill and smoker box each have porcelain-infused, cast-iron grates that are durable and easy to clean. Both grills have 660 sq. in. cooking surfaces, and the smoker box has a 190 sq. in. cooking surface to provide ample cooking space.
Features and Benefits
36,000 BTU gas grill offers powerful heat
660 sq. in. cooking surfaces and warming racks for the gas and charcoal grills provide ample space for cooking; 190 sq. in. cooking surface for the smoker box
Durable, powder-coat body
Porcelain-infused, cast-iron grates for both grills and the smoker box are durable and easy to clean
3 stainless-steel burners and a 9,000 BTU side burner retain heat for consistent cooking (gas grill)
Professional temperature gauges on both grills for heat regulation
Adjustable charcoal basket and damper for direct and indirect cooking (charcoal grill)
Adjustable damper (smoker box)
Removable ash tray and a drip pan for easy maintenance
3" locking casters for stability and safety while the grill is in use
Important Product and Safety Information
Proposition 65 warning for California residents: WARNING - This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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What's in the Box
Outdoor Gourmet Pro™ Triton Classic Gas/Charcoal Grill and Smoker Box
Rated 2 out of
Triton gas/charcoal Grill with Smoker boxI bought this grill 2-3 years ago and loved it until the supports for the burner tent covers rusted out and had no way to support them. I managed a McGuyver fix and bought aluminum angle strips and screwed them to the sides to support the tents. Now the side walls are beginning to rust out. I love the concept but hate the cheap materials used on the essential parts of the grill. I will not recommend it. Yes, I had a cover for it also.
Date published: 2017-11-05
Rated 1 out of
Rust BoxPaint peeled after first use. Two years later, nearly every part has rusted out. Don't waste your money.
Date published: 2017-10-31
Rated 1 out of
Will not last beyond 2 yearsBought this grill 2 years ago. I should have realized while putting this beast together it was made of cheap materials. Everything began rusting quickly, especially any that came in contact with high heat. Parts for this thing are had to find and expensive.
Date published: 2017-10-08
Rated 3 out of
Great for a yearLooked at a few other side by side grills on the market at the time and this one seemed to be the best made with a heavier metal. Like the title says it was great for the first year. I grill 3-4 times a week and smoke something at least once a month. Kind of a hobby of mine. We don' t fry anything and most meat comes out great on the grill. And when you have an option to use charcoal v gas all the time and add a smoker to that can' be beat right? Well after about the first year of use the plastic knobs on the lever to open and close the vents and to raise or lower the charcoal holder all broke off. Then the lever that moves the shelf that holds the coals broke off and I couldn't adjust the level of the coals anymore. Most of the heat deflectors are rusted through. It served it's purpose but wish the quality was actually "Pro" quality.
Date published: 2017-09-05
Rated 1 out of
Good grill bad build and materialI bought the Groton gourmet and after a yeareverything started rusting. I bought it because the manager at academy said it would last 3 years. It has rusted so bad I had to repair parts of the grill along with add a new rack holder of a thicker steel to hold the grates. I also had to use a wire brush to get the rust off and have it repainted with high heat paint to make it work till I can afford a new grill from a different brand and store.
Date published: 2017-09-03
Rated 2 out of
Looks And Performance very differentWe bought this grill for our son because he loves to grill and is great at it. Because it included all features he was wanting to try: Gas/Charcoal grill with side burner and smoker box! Approx. 14 months later, the gas grill side is rusting, the grease shields are completely rusted and falling out, the sides that hold the grates are rusted and soon will not hold the grates anymore, the drip trays in both sides (gas and charcoal) are now completely rusted out. The grill is outside but the cover is on it when not in use. I am REALLY disappointed I purchased this grill, now I have to determine we try to fix it or and write it off. I like Academy Sports but I cannot recommend it to anyone unless they are looking for a 1 or 2 year grill life.
Date published: 2017-08-19
Rated 2 out of
I tried my bestI thought I was getting the best of all worlds but no where did they explain to me that I had to assemble the entire grill and smoker. Unfortunately my gas side does not work at all. I am still toying with it, 3 weeks after the 4th of July, to get the gas side to actually light.
Date published: 2017-07-21
Rated 5 out of
Absolutely love the featuresWe bought this grill & are so glad we did it is awesome!!
Where can I find a complete parts list? I'm looking for a knob on the lever that raises the level of the charcoal.
Asked by: rwss
The manual for the Outdoor Gourmet Pro Triton Classic Gas/Charcoal Grill and Smoker Box is provided below for your reference:
Answered by: smartinez
Date published: 2017-09-27
I purchased this item a couple months ago and would like to know if I'd be able to burn charcoal on the gas/propane side of it -without the propane/gas on... just curious.
Asked by: Curious J
Why would you do that when it has a charcoal side.
P.S. socks on first then shoes.
Answered by: Lategate
Date published: 2017-10-19
Does smoker box feed inyo the Charcoal side or is it independent from the Charcoal grill.
Asked by: Bear1234
Thank you for your inquiry. Currently, we are researching the product. Please feel free to check back for an update.
Answered by: TaraR
Date published: 2017-10-16
What are the dimensions the smoker box?
Asked by: Baumg
The box, for the Outdoor Gourmet Pro™ Triton Classic Gas/Charcoal Grill and Smoker Box, measures 46" L x 25" W x 29" H.
Answered by: KenetraU
Date published: 2017-04-19
Is the paint used on the grill toxic? It is peeling because of the heat.
Asked by: Bekken70
The paint on the Outdoor Gourmet Pro™ Triton Classic Gas/Charcoal Grill and Smoker Box is non-toxic and is FDA compliant.
Answered by: KenetraU
Date published: 2017-04-14
Some replys say it can use natural gas while others say it cannot ... What is the correct answer?
Asked by: mhal1919
Cew8 is incorrect. They must have misread the info. It clearly and ACTUALLY says that the grill has been tested and certified to use either Lp or natural gas.
Answered by: Bodene
Date published: 2017-09-18
How far North do u ship? BALTIMORE? Or as far as Ontario
Asked by: Blue1450
Shipping and delivery times will vary depending on the method you choose during the checkout process. We have our standard (3-5 business days), two business days, and overnight (1 business day) shipping options. Larger and bulky items are often shipped via a freight carrier service (7-14 business days). Available shipping methods and prices will be displayed during checkout.
Answered by: AntoniaD
Date published: 2017-03-22
Under the specs it shows natural gas as an option for fuel type but you say this grill is not designed to use or be converted to natural gas?
Asked by: the big unit
I think it is more of an issue of semantics than facts. The user manual on page 30 says something that I believe is a bit confusing. One part says you cannot convert it to an alternate fuel, while another part says you can use either Lp or natural gas. To me, I take it as no conversion is needed to use natural gas, while others may interpret it to mean that conversion of some sort would probably be needed to switch from Lp to natural gas.
I suggest that THAT part of the user manual needs to be rewritten to make it very clear that you can use either Lp or natural gas without any kind of conversion needed. Then say you CANNOT convert the grill to use any other type of fuel other than the two already listed.
Perhaps that would put an end to all the questions being posted asking for clarification. This small bit of confusing text can, and I bet does, lead to some people not buying one of these grills. Like me, some people want to use natural gas, so beyond every other fact about the grill, that confusing conversion statement might run someone off.