Who has the best barbecue?

Comparison at the top, Saber VS Napoleon

NOT SO IDENTICAL BARBECUES

By Jean-François Fauteux – Coval President

| 03-06-2024

When considering investing in a new grill, it’s essential to compare the available options to determine which one will best suit your needs. Today, we’re analyzing two famous brands: Saber and Napoleon. We’ll focus on several key criteria: cooking quality, cooking options, heat distribution, gas consumption, build quality, and time required to reach 500 degrees.

Cooking quality:

Saber : Known for its patented infrared cooking technology, Saber provides uniform cooking. Grilled items are juicy and well-seared thanks to intense and direct heat. This technology also reduces flare-ups, ensuring better control over the cooking process.

Napoleon : Napoleon utilizes stainless steel tube burners and enamelled cast iron cooking grates for even heat distribution. High-end models include infrared burners for high temperatures to sear meat.

Winner: Saber , for its superior mastery of infrared cooking, ensuring consistent and impeccable results.

Cooking options:

Saber : It offers modular grills and accessories such as cooking plates, warming racks, and pizza cooking grates. However, its options remain more limited compared to Napoleon.

Napoleon : It offers an impressive variety of cooking options, including side burners, infrared burners, built-in rotisseries, and cooking plates. Flexibility and versatility are strong points of this brand.

Winner : Napoleon for its diverse range of cooking options, enabling users to explore various culinary techniques.

Heat distribution:

Saber : It utilizes infrared technology that ensures even heat distribution across the entire cooking surface, thus avoiding hot spots and cold spots.

Napoleon : While tube burners and enamelled cast iron cooking grates offer good heat distribution, models without infrared burners can sometimes exhibit uneven temperature zones.

Winner : Saber for its ability to provide consistent and even heat distribution.

Time required to reach 500 degrees:

Saber  : Thanks to its infrared technology, Saber reaches 500 degrees in approximately 10-12 minutes, offering quick and efficient temperature rise.

Napoleon : High-end models with infrared burners reach 500 degrees in 8-10 minutes. However, tube burners may take longer.

Winner : Saber has an advantage in terms of speed since all their burners can reach 500 degrees very quickly, not just the infrared burner.

Conclusion:

For grilling enthusiasts seeking even cooking and efficient gas consumption, Saber is an excellent choice with its patented infrared technology. Its ability to reduce flare-ups and offer consistent cooking makes it an ideal option for meticulous cooks.

Recommendations

We invite you to explore these two options in detail, depending on your specific needs. For personalized advice and to book a demonstration, feel free to contact our team. Whether it’s for a barbecue party with friends or to perfect your culinary skills, choosing the right grill can transform your outdoor cooking experience.

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