Dyna-Glo Bronze 60,000 BTU 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Side Burner

This burnished bronze 60,000 total btu propane (lp) barbeque gas grill has 666 square-Inch of total cooking space. The grill offers 4 stainless steel straight burner tubes, a stainless steel side burner; cast iron enameled cooking grates which are protected by 4 steel enameled heat tents that adds flavor to the whole barbeque grilling experience. The lid offers a double-wall liner to retain heat and cast aluminum end caps for stability, an easy lift handle, and a temperature gauge with décor ring for reading heat settings. The control panel offer’s an electronic easy push button start ignition, a large series of dials for each burner. The side shelves offer an open space for food preparations. The cabinet style offers an easy open two door, while inside it offers an open slot for the propane (lp) tank to sit easily into place. In addition, there are 2 locking and 2 non-locking heavy duty wheel casters. In addition, as an added grilling experience, a ‘universal type’ 35-inch rotisserie kit will work with this grill (not included). Warranty: 1 year limited. Csa certified.

Product Features

  • 60,000 total btus, 4 total stainless steel straight burner tubes (12,000 btu’s each), 1 stainless steel side burner (with 12,000 btu’s)
  • 2 heavy duty cast-iron enameled cooking grates; and 4 enameled steel heat tents, warranty: 1 year limited, csa certified
  • Double-wall lid assembly to retain heat, a bronze metallic exterior finish, cast aluminum end caps for stability, easy to lift grill handle
  • Large decorative dials, for each burner along with a bezel base, length 52.76-inch by depth 46.46-inch by height 23.03-inch-inch weight 108.4 lbs
  • Cabinet style, two door assembly, slot for the propane (lp) tank, 2 locking and non-locking heavy duty wheel casters

2 thoughts on “Dyna-Glo Bronze 60,000 BTU 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Side Burner

  • April 28, 2014 at 7:49 am
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    A solid grill for a reasonable price The first thing that struck me about this grill is the solid components it is made out of. Very high quality parts. I have used it a couple times so far and it performs very well, gets hot FAST!One thing to note, this is a higher BTU grill than the variety you would likely get for the same price at Sears or Home Depot. That means that it will pull the propane out of the tank at a higher rate. Propane tanks usually have a safety valve that cuts off the flow if it feels a sudden surge going through. This gave me a bit of a scare at first until I read in the instructions about it. Just turn everything back off. Wait a couple minutes so it resets, then slowly turn everything on little by little and you will be able to get everything out of the tank that the grill is wanting.This does have the negative side effect of draining propane tanks faster but penalizing the grill for that would be like penalizing an Olympic runner for wearing out his shoes quicker…

  • April 28, 2014 at 8:07 am
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    Lots of heat, good construction, bit of flare up Assembly was was pretty straight forward. My 11 year old son and I put it together in an evening…not sure total time. Directions were good and it was not complicated.Looks very nice, very happy with that aspect. Quality of parts seems good. I also like the iron grates vs the thinner metal ones on my Weber Genesis that have started to rust through (again). Yes, I know you can get iron for the Weber as well. I had my 3 burner Weber for over 10 years and it gave excellent service. Probably should’ve have ponied up the $700 to get another but decided to take a shot. I read too much about other cheaper brands rusting out quickly. Not much info on Dyna-Glo grills but I found good reviews of their propane heaters so thought maybe they make a quality product and bought this grill for 1/2 the price of a new Weber. Inside of the lid of my Weber has been peeling paint for a few years, have to scrape and clean the flakes regularly. I noticed this one has unpainted steel…

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