This grill is beautiful! It looks neat and sleek with its stainless steel finish – it makes it very easy to clean too. One unique feature that I don’t normally see on other grills is the little slot that’s made for the liquid propane tank. It is right inside the cabinet assembly of the grill and closes up in the back. This gives the grill a kind of clean, tidy look on the back – which I think is a very good addition to the already well-built look of the grill on the front part and the control panel.
I love the size of this grill too. It sits comfortably in a small- to medium-space and has 547 square inches in total cooking space. But the 30,000 BTU capacity is quite a shocker for a grill of this size. It has two P-shaped burners of stainless steel that starts easily on a push-button ignition also heats up really quickly.
I threw in some salmon for my opening salvo on the grill – it cooked beautifully except for the fact that I didn’t notice how quickly it cooks. Its thick lid somehow acts as a double wall liner so the grill retains more heat than normal and that is not bad at all. The cast aluminum end caps tightly secure the lid so the heat really does retain and adds quickness to the cooking time. It doesn’t dry up the food unlike most others. Plus there’s a pair of steel enameled heat vents under the grates that helps enhance the flavor of the meat. It probably puts back the juices back in the meat from vapor.
Durability wise, I think I can count on the Dyna-Glo. The grill grates don’t look anything like those cheap ones – they are really thick. The rest of the grill looks just as sturdy. It has a set of very handy side panels as well. The panels on their own don’t look all that stable – not really bad but just not looking as well-built as the rest of the grill – but they come with neat little knobs where you can hang your utensils.
But I think, aside from the fast heating capacities of this grill, its one topnotch, impressive characteristic is on presentation. It is a looker. Not only does it look neat with the stainless steel and closed back; it looks really pretty with the decorative temperature gauge, decorative dials, and a bezel base.
I do not exactly like the plastic knobs that control the gas flow from tank to burners – they look cheap and breakable– but they are forgivable. The heavy-duty wheel casters make for easy storage of an otherwise heavy machine.
For its price, it is totally worth it. You get a 1-year limited warranty and a CSA certification for it, not bad.
30,000 total btus with an easy push button electronic ignition, 350 square-inch of primary cooking space and 547 square inch of total cooking space
2 enameled cast-iron cooking grates, 2 stainless steel p-shaped burners, and 2 steel enameled heat tents
A double-wall stainless steel lid assembly, cast aluminum end caps for stability, a large easy lifting handle, temperature gauge with a decor ring
Cabinet assembly, an open slot for the propane (LP) tank to sit easily into its place, 2 locking and non-locking heavy duty wheel casters
Warranty: 1 year limited. assembly dimensions: length 45.8-inch by depth 23-inch by height 45.43-inch weight 81.4 lbs. csa certified