This Dyna-Glo gas grill features a push button ignition for effortless starting, large burner knobs that are easy to read, and a temperature gauge so you can monitor your cooking. The stainless steel side burner comes in handy when preparing side dishes.
Be sure to inspect for damage when the grill arrives. It is a large item with some fragile parts, so it can get banged up in transit.
This grill offers 675 square inches of cooking surface and features a handy collapsable workspace that runs across the front of the unit. There is a side door that allows quick and easy access to the cooking fuel, which means there is minimal heat loss when refueling.
Some of the connections are not flush, which may allow heat to escape while cooking.
This model has a number of features that are usually found on pricier units, which makes it a rather versatile grill. The large cooking surface along with the adjustable charcoal height and flue allow the user a high degree of temperature control.
The grill is not as durable as it appears. Be careful as some of the parts may break more easily than expected.
Dyna-Glo's 3-burner grill comes with a 139 square inch warming rack and 310 square inches of primary cooking area. It is manufactured using a porcelain coating for many of the parts, which facilitates cleaning.
This entry level grill may feel a little flimsy when it is compared to some higher priced models.
Dyna-Glo's offset smoker provides 730 square inches of total cooking space. The steel unit features porcelain-enameled cook grates, an analogue temperature gauge, and cool-to-the-touch handles. The removable side ash pan provides convenient access to fuel and ash.
Some of the models may leak smoke when cooking, which is not an ideal situation.
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