Dyna-Glo Black & Stainless Premium Grills, Liquid Propane Gas

Dyna-Glo 2-Burner LP Gas Grill with Collapsible Side Tables
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Are you ready to take your grilling to the next level of performance? This Dyna-Glo grill will equip your patio or deck with a durable, high-performance cooking system that friends and family will gather around for many years to come. Not to mention your envious neighbors. With a track record of long-lasting products that help you achieve perfectly grilled, flavorful food, it’s no wonder consumers consistently rate our grills as ‘a cut above’ the others.

Dyna-Glo DGP350SNP-D LP Gas Grill

Enjoy top-notch grilling quality without sacrificing precious space with Dyna-Glo’s two-burner smart space living gas grill. Its Dyna-Power cooking system features a steel, double-wall firebox that houses two stainless steel, P-shaped burners, delivering 30,000 total BTUs. These components work hand-in-hand to ensure fast, high and consistent heat over 467 square inches of cooking space. The grill’s compact design and collapsible side tables make it perfect for smaller patios and decks where elbow room is at a premium.

The durable lid construction is highlighted by a double-wall liner to retain heat, along with heavy gauge, cast aluminum end caps for stability. Further lending to the grill’s sleek design is a cabinet assembly that includes a stainless steel, double-wall door with full-length, piano hinge for keeping the door in true alignment with the entire cabinet and firebox. Four multi-directional (two locking) casters allow you to easily relocate the grill, and a premium grill cover (sold separately) helps protect against harsh weather conditions. With the simple push of a button, the power of this gas grill takes charge, and you’re only minutes away from enjoying juicy burgers, succulent steaks, evenly cooked chicken and much more. With such high-performance grilling only steps away, you’ll want to raise the lid on your Dyna-Glo whether it’s rain, shine or snow.

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Collapsible side tables allow you to free up even more space when the grill is not in use. Compact design offers maximum cooking power with minimal footprint.

Total control at your fingertips

Chrome-plated, infinite setting control valves and easy-push Electro-Pulse Ignition allows for quick start-up.

Bring the heat

Commercial-grade & stainless steel P-shaped burners deliver 30,000 BTUs of steady heat. Porcelain-enameled, heavy gauge steel heat tents protect burners, distribute heat evenly across the cooking surface and vaporize food’s natural juices to deliver flavor.

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Side tables, made of powder-coated steel, are perfect for resting plates and containers while you grill. Each side table supports up to 25 pounds. Integrated tool hooks and towel bars free up even more space.

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Cast iron grates retain heat while the porcelain-enameled finish transfers the heat directly to the food. These grates are ideal for searing and locking in food’s natural juices. The high-gloss, black finish is easy to clean and maintain.

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Built-in, stainless thermometer for accurate temperature control and an easy-to-read gauge helps you achieve perfectly cooked foods.

3 thoughts on “Dyna-Glo Black & Stainless Premium Grills, 2 Burner, Liquid Propane Gas

  1. Pimlico Sam says:

    Most grill for the money–hands down The older version of this grill has already been reviewed at this link: http://www.amazon.com/Dyna-Glo-DGP350NP-D-Smart-Living-Two-Burner/dp/B004SKMZZQ/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top. For this new grill, Dyna-glo seems to have considered the few shortcomings highlighted by those previous reviewers. The side tables now incorporate handy, very solidly constructed, utensil pegs. The other noticeable change is the ignitor button. I don’t know how the older one worked but I assume, since they changed its configuration, it works better under the new design. At any rate, it works just fine. This grill is solid. The only cheapy, plastic, lightweight parts–as previously noted in at least one of the older reviews–are the knobs that regulate the flow of gas to the burners. Once they’re attached and the grill is operational, however, you won’t notice how lightweight they are. The grill “feels” well appointed and muscular. It heats quickly, cleanly, and holds heat very well. I seared salmon…

  2. Ken Charm "charm" says:

    It’s a decent grill, but the other reviews make it sounded like the greatest grill ever made When I buy stuff, I do my research! I have never seen reviews for an item I was shopping for as wonderful as the reviews for the Dyna Glo 2 burner grill. With the reviews I read, and I think I read them all, you’d think Dyna Glo perfected grilling and the production of grills!But, that is not the case. It’s thin steel and poorly insulated (except the lid). The knobs, as many have stated, are cheap. But so are the grates and the igniter and the steel and the burners.I want to add this as early as possible. For the money, this may be the best grill out there. But as far as grills are concerned, is pretty mediocre. The incredible reviews left me with expectations far higher than what this grill can deliver and I hope my review helps at least one person have more realistic expectations.It does some things well. If it didn’t, I wouldn’t have described it as the best for the money. It gets hot, fast! It does a great job with indirect grilling…

  3. Now, Solar says:

    Great small grill! Easy to assemble, the grill was ready for business within an hour of starting the project. It started right up once the propane tank was attached. I let the grill heat up and burn-off any production residue that may have remained on the hood, grate and other internal parts for about 20 minutes. I could smell, during that time, something being consumed or released, and once the odor subsided, I put on my first steak.Because the grill gets so hot, a quick turn of the ribeye seared the meat juices inside. Additional cooking at reduced temperature for about 12 minutes in total resulted in a delicious dinner.The grill looks to be fairly substantial, although the base tray that hold the wheels, and is the platform for the entire grill assembly, is flimsy and flexes if the surface the wheels are on isn’t perfectly flat (my grilling area is brick). This affects the opening and closing of the door to the propane tank.For about $260 (including the cover)…

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