A Review of the Dyna-Glo 3-Burner Gas Grill: Model #DGB390SNP-D

Dyna-Glo 3-Burner Model# DGB390SNP-D
GHP Group Inc.

When small space grills started showing up years ago, they were first marketed to people who didn't want or have room for a traditional full-sized gas grill. For those who wanted the ability to be able to grill full-sized, without the actual grill to fit their needs, the Dyna-Glo offered a solution. This 3-burner gas grill is smaller than most full-sized models, still has fold down side tables, and is larger than similarly marketed products.

With no extras, this is a very basic gas grill for those looking for something simple.

The Dyna-Glo 3-Burner Gas Grill

There are several pros and cons to this tiny gas grill. Being that it has a small footprint for small spaces, it can be great for those without a lot of space available at home. This basic grill is reasonably priced and can be a good "first grill" for beginners. However, two negatives are that it has a limited heat output, which could affect your cooking, and there are lightweight internal components which could cause problems down the road. Either way, amateurs looking to flip some burgers on the grill can buy this gas grill directly from Amazon.

Details and Specs

The Dyna-Glow 3-Burner Gas Grill has three 12,000 BTU stainless steel tubular burners and is imported from China for GHP Group, Inc. The total cooking area offers 507 square inches when you add up the 390 square inches of primary grilling area and 117 square inches of secondary grilling space.

 Learn more about the grill in its description:

  • 36,000 BTU maximum output from the main burners
  • Electronic (AA-Battery) ignition
  • Porcelain-coated cast iron cooking grates
  • Fold down side tables
  • Stainless steel and enameled steel construction
  • Cover included, propane tank sold separately
  • Available in propane or natural gas (not convertible)

    Gas Grill Design

    This is a simple and small 3-burner gas grill with no features. There is no side burner, rotisserie system, or extras other than a 390 square inch 36,000 BTU grilling box. However, with this grill, it is intentional. The Dyna-Glow is designed for the person who doesn't cook for many people and doesn't want (or can't have) a large grill. Ultimately, this makes for a competent grill. If you want to cook up some hot dogs, a few chicken breasts, or some juicy steaks, this grill will do that.

    Overall, this is a good grill, although it isn't top of the line. The grill does get hot enough to make your food properly, but it won't get as hot as other grills. The gas grill is well built and costs around $280 USD. Being somewhere in the middle, this isn't a cheap 3-burner grill that is highlighted in front of big box stores, but it also isn't an expensive grill that can be found in a specialty retail store. Those looking for a capable grill that can get the job done will be pleased with this model, while those looking for a beautiful design should look elsewhere.