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  • I assembled this grill in one hour and twenty minutes after unpacking it from a well protected bo...
  • June 28, 2019
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I assembled this grill in one hour and twenty minutes after unpacking it from a well protected box. The grill weighs 97 pounds and seem to be made of decent materials. I do not like the locking casters that have to be placed in the rear and the large drip pan also has to be removed from the rear. I really like the side burner for cooking corn and it does a great job having 12,000 BTUs. The four main burners have a total of 48,000 BTUs which puts a nice seer on steak and burgers. I recommend to use a non flammable cooking spray so the food doesn't stick like all grills and to invest in a grill cover. I don't leave my grill out in the winters which make them last longer and keeping them clean after every use is a must which some people don't do causing premature failures.

Pros Distributes Heat Evenly, Easy to Assemble, Large Cooking Space

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Larry

Salem,NH
45 to 54, Male
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  • This is an awesome grill. Period. 48,000 BTUs of evenly distributed heat to sear any steak in s...
  • June 25, 2019
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This is an awesome grill. Period. 48,000 BTUs of evenly distributed heat to sear any steak in seconds (most grills are less than 30,000 BTUs. Porcelain-coated cast iron grill plates are easy to clean and do a great job of creating perfect sear marks on the meat. The temperature control is crazy accurate so I can cook fish and shrimp without too much heat, cook a roast at an even 400 degrees and sear and cook steaks at 800 plus degrees. I love this grill.

Pros Distributes Heat Evenly, Easy to Clean, Large Cooking Space, Superior Craftsmanship
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Vanz73

Bethesda MD
55 to 64, Male
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  • I knew as soon as I opened the shipping box that this was probably a quality grill. Any company...
  • July 04, 2019
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I knew as soon as I opened the shipping box that this was probably a quality grill. Any company that takes the extra step to surround and protect something this heavy with loads of foam must be proud of their merchandise. And rightly so! This is one nice grill. The assembly instructions are easy to follow, and once bolted together, the cabinet is very sturdy. After testing for gas leaks and operating it on high for 15 minutes as specified in the manual (The temperature gauge quickly went to 800+ degrees), we had to try some burgers and hot dogs. I spread the meat over the entire cooking surface to test the heating evenness, and was very satisfied with the results. The time it takes to cook the meat on this Dyna-Glo is noticeably less than on my old propane grill. The automatic igniters only work part time for some unknown reason, but using a match occasionally is not a problem. The 4 large swivel casters really make moving this into and out of the garage an easy process. Whether I'm grilling for 2 or 20 people, this Dyna-Glo will handle the job.

Pros Distributes Heat Evenly, Easy to Assemble, Large Cooking Space, Sturdy
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Woodrow

Scottsdale, Az
65 or over, Male
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  • This DYNA-GLO PREMIER 3 BURNER PROPANE GAS GRILL arrived well packed, without any damage, and inc...
  • March 23, 2020
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This DYNA-GLO PREMIER 3 BURNER PROPANE GAS GRILL arrived well packed, without any damage, and included all parts needed and excellent and easy to follow instructions. From opening the box to firing up the grill took less than 30 minutes. The grill is compact, yet has a nice larfe grilling area. The side shelf is great for holding utensils, sauces, etc. This is a great compact grill.

Pros Easy to Assemble

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HomeDepotCustomer

Hackettstown, NJ
45 to 54, Male
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  • Have only had our new grill together for 2-3 weeks and used twice. We haven't had a grill for yea...
  • June 17, 2020
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Have only had our new grill together for 2-3 weeks and used twice. We haven't had a grill for years, but the 'new normal' of 2020 led us to explore more options for spending time outdoors. Wanted to keep budget reasonable since we didn't know how much use this would get. We had it "shipped to home" and it was VERY well packed and arrived in perfect condition. The size is perfect for us (retired couple) with plenty of room to accomodate guests as needed. We like that the compact size (with fold down side tables) uses only a small bit of our patio real estate. Assembly was okay - small parts were labeled. It took us longer than many reviewers, but we intentionally worked slowly, double-checking everything as we went so that didn't have any major problems. A beautiful day and a glass of wine made it almost a fun project for two novices. We were happy with the end result - everything worked properly when done. I would also recommend the Dyna-Glo cover offered along with it. It's substantial weight keeps it in place, it fits well, and appears to offer good protection for the grill.

MamaKayinTX

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  • Quality grill that cooks very well and includes a lot of great features. At the end of this revie...
  • March 20, 2020
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Quality grill that cooks very well and includes a lot of great features. At the end of this review is a link to a video I made giving an overview and demonstration of the grill. It has plenty of room to cook meat, vegetables and toast buns. It heats up fast and the cast iron grates hold heat very well. The grill also has storage in mind with an area to hang tools, a towel as well as a cabinet beneath. The grill also appears to have an insulated lid which does not get terribly hot too quickly, unless you are running it over 500 degrees or so. The side burner can hard to start but a nice feature, especially when you are serving guests or family from it. It can be used for beans, sautéed vegetables or corn. The caster wheels are larger than I thought, over 3" and can work on grass, not just patios and decks. The thermometer on the grill is also fairly accurate, according to my infrared heat gun (see picture). I’ve cooked chicken and steaks on the grill so far and the heat is very even, except in the corners where it appears to be a little cooler. Each burner has its own starter as you turn the knob. The burners light generally between 1-3 tries, I have found if you move the knobs slow, it starts on the first try generally. The grill heats up quickly and took me awhile to get used to compared to my previous 3-burner. Two burners on low can raise the temperature above 450. I seasoned my grate with grapeseed oil. The top grate is nice and large but can make flipping meat under it difficult. The top grate can be removed though. One feature I love about this grill is how easily the grease bowl is removed. I love even more that the entire grease pan can be removed for cleaning as well. The grill took me and a friend 50 minutes to assemble, just as the directions stated. We did use a power drill which probably saved about 10-15 minutes. The grill was packaged well and the directions were clear. The grill will scratch fairly easily so be careful. Some packaging tape was stuck to the lower area of the grill and the glue from the tape remained on the parts. This grill is made in China.

Pros Easy to Assemble, Easy to Clean, Large Cooking Space, Sturdy

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SteveVA

35 to 44, Male
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  • A nice compact two burner gas grill with stainless steel tube burners, porcelain enameled heat te...
  • March 26, 2020
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A nice compact two burner gas grill with stainless steel tube burners, porcelain enameled heat tents (flavorizer bars) and porcelain enameled cast iron cooking grates. The cooking grate area is roughly 17” x 19.5” and a 7” x 17.5” warming rack (porcelain enameled steel). A 20lb. propane gas cylinder (not included) is accessed from the hinged door in front. The main grill body is preassembled with the hinged lid, burner tubes and gas supply line. Only removable accessories such as the cooking and warming grates, heat tents, drip pan and thermometer need to be added to the grill body. Most of the assembly work is the base unit (very light weight painted sheet metal). Assembling the complete unit requires a total of 76 parts and fasteners - it took over 90 minutes to put this together – the illustrations are very detailed but rather small - the individual parts are not labeled, so you have to find specific details about the part by looking at the small illustrations – see photos of a representative assembly detail – note the level of detail that you have to be able to find. The individual parts are not labeled, but the assembly fasteners are blister packed onto a labeled cardboard panel, making finding the required fastener a breeze this is very well thought out. Once assembled, the unit is easy to use, its very straight forward to operate – just turn on the LP tank valve, turn the burner knobs to ignite and adjust flame level. After using, the collapsible side shelves and four casters (2 are lockable) make moving and storing the unit a breeze. Once word of caution – if you are concerned about sustainable packaging – choose another grill - an excessive amount of rigid white styrofoam packing is used – its everywhere – there was only one item that was wrapped in cardboard for protection.

Pros nice size Cons Difficult to Assemble

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retired

California
65 or over, Male
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  • Have had it about two weeks and everything seems perfect....
  • May 05, 2020

Have had it about two weeks and everything seems perfect. Easy to put together by myself in about an hour. Cooks well and lots of space.

Tom

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  • I love this grill, first propane gas grilled that I've ever use. Who ever packed this and shipped...
  • June 29, 2019
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I love this grill, first propane gas grilled that I've ever use. Who ever packed this and shipped it really wanted it to arrive unscathed. Took more time to unpack than it did to put it together. BUT nothing was missing and not one scratch was on it. Husband had it put together in 30 minutes and I cooked some steaks on it that night. We get a lot of wind where we live in the early evening it was nice not having to fight with my charcoal and heat. This grill heats up fast, and you can totally control the temperature. Makes it easy to cook your full menu out on the grill and have everything ready at the same time. I have also cooked fish. I want to see how the grill worked on something delicate, worked great. My next project is going to be ribs - something slow and low to see how it does. It's nice to be outside instead locked up in a hot kitchen. The only comment I would make is that the stainless steel is a little light weight. That doesn't bother me makes it easy to move the grill when I need to. But, I could see that the grill might get a little banged up if you aren't careful when you are changing out tanks or you bump into something. Grill also have a top warming rack too - the picture didn't show that very well.

Pros Distributes Heat Evenly, Easy to Assemble, Easy to Clean, Large Cooking Space, easy to control heat

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TAZ

Prescott, AZ
55 to 64, Female
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  • This is a fine grill, but I am not sure where the "Premier" features are. One of the touted featu...
  • June 23, 2019
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This is a fine grill, but I am not sure where the "Premier" features are. One of the touted features is porcelain coated cast iron cooking grates but I just don't see any trace of the coating. I assembled mine in about 2 hours with little trouble. Two of the tapped screw holes had defective threads and my doors did not line up well. Its sturdy and has good casters for moving around and two of them have locks. Only the doors and top cover are stainless steel. First light off went smooth. The spark ignitors worked well. The grill heated up to over 400F with one burner on at lowest setting. Has a nice full cover drip pan and grease catcher that are easy to remove for cleanup. I like the size and the side shelf surfaces. Side burner is a real plus.

Pros Durable, Large Cooking Space, Sturdy

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Larry

Virginia
65 or over, Male
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