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Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker

Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker

Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
Dyna-Glo DGO1890BDC-D Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker
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Features

  • 6 cooking grates TOTALING 1,890 square Inch of cooking area
  • 1,890 square Inch of total cooking area
  • Charcoal & ash management system includes charcoal chamber, charcoal grate & removable ash pan
  • Protect your smoker with a custom-fit Dyna-Glo premium cover - Model DG1890CSC (Sold Separately)

Description

Charcoal enthusiasts, take heart! With this Dyna-Glo vertical offset smoker, you can now smoke your favorite foods with your favorite wood chips AND your favorite fuel source, charcoal! Vertical smokers are ideal for capturing maximum smoke flavor, so we've included 6 height-adjustable cooking grates, with a total of 1,890 square inches of cooking space, to accommodate different sizes and types of food. The pre-installed door seal helps retain heat and minimizes smoke loss for improved cooking efficiency. Since indirect heat is ideal for slow cooking (and infusing smoke flavor), the offset functionality of this smoker is designed to keep direct heat away from the food, which helps to prevent food on the bottom racks from cooking too fast. The porcelain enameled charcoal chamber is designed to keep briquettes stacked tightly for improved burn efficiency. The removable, steel ash pan is designed to handle large amounts of ash for hours of maintenance free cooking.


Product Dimensions 21 x 43.3 x 50.2 inches


Item Weight 83 pounds


Shipping Weight 106 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Manufacturer GHP Group Inc.


ASIN B010759GGQ


Item model number DGO1890BDC-D


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 1,194 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,780 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #11 in Outdoor Smokers


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Delivery

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Features

  • 6 cooking grates TOTALING 1,890 square Inch of cooking area
  • 1,890 square Inch of total cooking area
  • Charcoal & ash management system includes charcoal chamber, charcoal grate & removable ash pan
  • Protect your smoker with a custom-fit Dyna-Glo premium cover - Model DG1890CSC (Sold Separately)

Description

Charcoal enthusiasts, take heart! With this Dyna-Glo vertical offset smoker, you can now smoke your favorite foods with your favorite wood chips AND your favorite fuel source, charcoal! Vertical smokers are ideal for capturing maximum smoke flavor, so we've included 6 height-adjustable cooking grates, with a total of 1,890 square inches of cooking space, to accommodate different sizes and types of food. The pre-installed door seal helps retain heat and minimizes smoke loss for improved cooking efficiency. Since indirect heat is ideal for slow cooking (and infusing smoke flavor), the offset functionality of this smoker is designed to keep direct heat away from the food, which helps to prevent food on the bottom racks from cooking too fast. The porcelain enameled charcoal chamber is designed to keep briquettes stacked tightly for improved burn efficiency. The removable, steel ash pan is designed to handle large amounts of ash for hours of maintenance free cooking.


Product Dimensions 21 x 43.3 x 50.2 inches


Item Weight 83 pounds


Shipping Weight 106 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Manufacturer GHP Group Inc.


ASIN B010759GGQ


Item model number DGO1890BDC-D


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 1,194 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,780 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #11 in Outdoor Smokers


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 6 cooking grates TOTALING 1,890 square Inch of cooking area
  • 1,890 square Inch of total cooking area
  • Charcoal & ash management system includes charcoal chamber, charcoal grate & removable ash pan
  • Protect your smoker with a custom-fit Dyna-Glo premium cover - Model DG1890CSC (Sold Separately)

Description

Charcoal enthusiasts, take heart! With this Dyna-Glo vertical offset smoker, you can now smoke your favorite foods with your favorite wood chips AND your favorite fuel source, charcoal! Vertical smokers are ideal for capturing maximum smoke flavor, so we've included 6 height-adjustable cooking grates, with a total of 1,890 square inches of cooking space, to accommodate different sizes and types of food. The pre-installed door seal helps retain heat and minimizes smoke loss for improved cooking efficiency. Since indirect heat is ideal for slow cooking (and infusing smoke flavor), the offset functionality of this smoker is designed to keep direct heat away from the food, which helps to prevent food on the bottom racks from cooking too fast. The porcelain enameled charcoal chamber is designed to keep briquettes stacked tightly for improved burn efficiency. The removable, steel ash pan is designed to handle large amounts of ash for hours of maintenance free cooking.


Product Dimensions 21 x 43.3 x 50.2 inches


Item Weight 83 pounds


Shipping Weight 106 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Manufacturer GHP Group Inc.


ASIN B010759GGQ


Item model number DGO1890BDC-D


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 1,194 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,780 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #11 in Outdoor Smokers


abunda_amazon_reviews Just put together the Dyna-Glo wide vertical offset smoker. Smoker had a few small dings and scratches, but nothing major. Super easy to put together. Used the high temp silicone where recommend and so far no leaks. I've only seasoned it, no meat yet. A couple notes: 1. Mine came with a gasket installed on the big main door. Seems to be a good one. I added a high temp gasket to the fire box door. Because, well, I'm a man. 2. The wide version comes with a fixed handle on the front and two small latches to secure the door. One on the side towards the top and one on the bottom (see photo). They work fine but the bottom one is a little awkward to use. My face is all close to the hot door. And I'm curious if these little latches will last long with use and heat. 3. When I was putting it together one of the small screws that holds the fire box sliding damper fell out. They come loose so watch for that. 4. Speaking of the fire box damper, yeah it won't close. Screws are loose and it won't budge. Any ideas? 5. I use a chimney to start my coal fires and it was awkward dumping the coals into the fire grate with it pulled out some. I may try starting the coals directly in the box next time, but that's so 1990. I'll try to update once I smoke a few butts and ribs and cats. Just kidding. I don't smoke cats. They taste funny.;;June 22, 2016;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Upgraded and made some mods;;PK;;;The only reason this smoker gets 4 stars is because of the reviews and would get 5 stars without the extra work... I was in the market for a smoker and wanted an upgrade from my can-style smoker to an offset style. I was planning on spending $500 to get a "good" one, but changed my mind after reading reviews of many 5 star rated smokers. Many had intricate and electrical parts that, if failed, would require an impossible return process of breaking down a used smoker and shipping it back. This one is $150, and if you follow the other reviews to modify it properly, will work like a champ. After receiving the smoker the first step was assembly, which may require a soft mallet and a board to hammer it back to straight edges. What I would say is a necessary part of the assembly is using high heat silicone to seal up all the grooves, the thermometer, chimney and the handle of the smoker door on the outside of the smoker. Also, using a rockwool type gasket to line the doors of the smoker and charcoal box so they have a tighter seal is vitally important. Just order them with the smoker, trust me. I also lined the inside with heavy duty foil which helps (the metal is made in China and very thin). I HIGHLY recommend the review posted by V. Trice and his YouTube video... this was super helpful. As far as the end product my 1st run of ribs was as good as I've ever cooked. 2 racks of baby backs took 5 hours total time. One comment I did not see in any review was that a large amount of charcoal/wood is needed. Filling the charcoal basket to full or even overflowing is necessary. It may use a bit more coal than normal but charcoal is cheap compared to great bbq. THANKS VINCENT!;;December 21, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;A top level smoker for a low price. Mod's necessary and useful.;;Matthias;;;Impressed with this smoker. Had been in meat business for about 15 years and have smoked thousands pounds of sausage and meats. This little smoker kept the temperature in freezing weather and put out great smoke. I would recommend this one above others to my friends.;;December 20, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;For Experienced Meat Smoker, I am Impressed;;Guy M. Manuel;;;UPDATE: I no longer have this smoker as I sold it to my brother, however I do suggest if you have a little extra money to get the wide version. While in my possession, I noticed ribs had to be put diagonal and the brisket had to be angled a bit as well to fit. I imagine the wide version doesn't have this issue. Great smoker though. It doesn't have the temp issues as my new Highland. This one gets hot a lot faster so that can be a great plus if you're impatient or it's 2 AM and you wanna sleep Before I start, I bought this thing a few days before price dropped to current price. It's a little annoying to say the least. That being said...on to the review: BEFORE BUYING THIS SMOKER, PLEASE UNDERSTAND A FEW THINGS....I saw a review here that said the same things I am about to revisit. I'll keep this guy-short. It works but requires some tweaking. You need to buy gaskets for the doors and silicon for the gaps....like between the firebox and smoke box.(the square and rectangle). You may also want to buy some high temp paint too. The forums and Youtube show the paint above firebox crap out after a bit. The thermometer on mine was a bust as it is with some other peoples. I bought one and drilled through door and installed it. It's not hard with a good drill. Smoked chicken so far and it was pretty tasty. Read the forums and watch some YouTube videos if you need more information. While this is not by any means the best smoker you could buy, I mean buy a Traeger if you got the money, it works well enough. Consider this the Integra or Civic of the smoker world...you need to fix it up a bit to get it awesome. So far no regrets...brisket ready for Sunday...we'll see how it fares.;;April 14, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;The Integra or Civic of the Smoker world....;;Philthy G;;;Great smoker/cooker. Per the directions, I seasoned the smoker as soon as I put it together. Directions recommend 45-60 minutes of seasoning, which means burning your charcoal/wood as you normally wood, but do not put any food into the smoker at that time. I started up some kingsford charcoal using their chimney device. Tossed that into the smoker's firebox and put a couple chunks of hickory wood right on top of the coals. Smoker got up to about 250 degrees F with the box vents completely opened. It stayed there for the entire seasoning period. I do recommend the high-temp, red sealant. I used it on mine and I am only leaking smoke at the temp gauge. I did put a bead of sealant around it, but maybe not enough. i will try to apply more sealant this weekend. So far, even with out smoking any food, it appears to be awesome. If necessary, i will update my review after I smoke some food. I may have been one of the lucky ones because mine arrived in perfect condition...no dents, no bends, no missing pieces.;;April 12, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very nice cooker/smoker.;;jeeperman

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By PK - June 22, 2016
Upgraded and made some mods
Just put together the Dyna-Glo wide vertical offset smoker. Smoker had a few small dings and scratches, but nothing major. Super easy to put together. Used the high temp silicone where recommend and so far no leaks. I've only seasoned it, no meat yet. A couple notes: 1. Mine came with a gasket installed on the big main door. Seems to be a good one. I added a high temp gasket to the fire box door. Because, well, I'm a man. 2. The wide version comes with a fixed handle on the front and two small latches to secure the door. One on the side towards the top and one on the bottom (see photo). They work fine but the bottom one is a little awkward to use. My face is all close to the hot door. And I'm curious if these little latches will last long with use and heat. 3. When I was putting it together one of the small screws that holds the fire box sliding damper fell out. They come loose so watch for that. 4. Speaking of the fire box damper, yeah it won't close. Screws are loose and it won't budge. Any ideas? 5. I use a chimney to start my coal fires and it was awkward dumping the coals into the fire grate with it pulled out some. I may try starting the coals directly in the box next time, but that's so 1990. I'll try to update once I smoke a few butts and ribs and cats. Just kidding. I don't smoke cats. They taste funny.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Matthias - December 21, 2017
A top level smoker for a low price. Mod's necessary and useful.
The only reason this smoker gets 4 stars is because of the reviews and would get 5 stars without the extra work... I was in the market for a smoker and wanted an upgrade from my can-style smoker to an offset style. I was planning on spending $500 to get a "good" one, but changed my mind after reading reviews of many 5 star rated smokers. Many had intricate and electrical parts that, if failed, would require an impossible return process of breaking down a used smoker and shipping it back. This one is $150, and if you follow the other reviews to modify it properly, will work like a champ. After receiving the smoker the first step was assembly, which may require a soft mallet and a board to hammer it back to straight edges. What I would say is a necessary part of the assembly is using high heat silicone to seal up all the grooves, the thermometer, chimney and the handle of the smoker door on the outside of the smoker. Also, using a rockwool type gasket to line the doors of the smoker and charcoal box so they have a tighter seal is vitally important. Just order them with the smoker, trust me. I also lined the inside with heavy duty foil which helps (the metal is made in China and very thin). I HIGHLY recommend the review posted by V. Trice and his YouTube video... this was super helpful. As far as the end product my 1st run of ribs was as good as I've ever cooked. 2 racks of baby backs took 5 hours total time. One comment I did not see in any review was that a large amount of charcoal/wood is needed. Filling the charcoal basket to full or even overflowing is necessary. It may use a bit more coal than normal but charcoal is cheap compared to great bbq. THANKS VINCENT!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Guy M. Manuel - December 20, 2016
For Experienced Meat Smoker, I am Impressed
Impressed with this smoker. Had been in meat business for about 15 years and have smoked thousands pounds of sausage and meats. This little smoker kept the temperature in freezing weather and put out great smoke. I would recommend this one above others to my friends.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Philthy G - April 14, 2017
The Integra or Civic of the Smoker world....
UPDATE: I no longer have this smoker as I sold it to my brother, however I do suggest if you have a little extra money to get the wide version. While in my possession, I noticed ribs had to be put diagonal and the brisket had to be angled a bit as well to fit. I imagine the wide version doesn't have this issue. Great smoker though. It doesn't have the temp issues as my new Highland. This one gets hot a lot faster so that can be a great plus if you're impatient or it's 2 AM and you wanna sleep Before I start, I bought this thing a few days before price dropped to current price. It's a little annoying to say the least. That being said...on to the review: BEFORE BUYING THIS SMOKER, PLEASE UNDERSTAND A FEW THINGS....I saw a review here that said the same things I am about to revisit. I'll keep this guy-short. It works but requires some tweaking. You need to buy gaskets for the doors and silicon for the gaps....like between the firebox and smoke box.(the square and rectangle). You may also want to buy some high temp paint too. The forums and Youtube show the paint above firebox crap out after a bit. The thermometer on mine was a bust as it is with some other peoples. I bought one and drilled through door and installed it. It's not hard with a good drill. Smoked chicken so far and it was pretty tasty. Read the forums and watch some YouTube videos if you need more information. While this is not by any means the best smoker you could buy, I mean buy a Traeger if you got the money, it works well enough. Consider this the Integra or Civic of the smoker world...you need to fix it up a bit to get it awesome. So far no regrets...brisket ready for Sunday...we'll see how it fares.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By jeeperman - April 12, 2017
Very nice cooker/smoker.
Great smoker/cooker. Per the directions, I seasoned the smoker as soon as I put it together. Directions recommend 45-60 minutes of seasoning, which means burning your charcoal/wood as you normally wood, but do not put any food into the smoker at that time. I started up some kingsford charcoal using their chimney device. Tossed that into the smoker's firebox and put a couple chunks of hickory wood right on top of the coals. Smoker got up to about 250 degrees F with the box vents completely opened. It stayed there for the entire seasoning period. I do recommend the high-temp, red sealant. I used it on mine and I am only leaking smoke at the temp gauge. I did put a bead of sealant around it, but maybe not enough. i will try to apply more sealant this weekend. So far, even with out smoking any food, it appears to be awesome. If necessary, i will update my review after I smoke some food. I may have been one of the lucky ones because mine arrived in perfect condition...no dents, no bends, no missing pieces.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By PK - June 22, 2016
Upgraded and made some mods
Just put together the Dyna-Glo wide vertical offset smoker. Smoker had a few small dings and scratches, but nothing major. Super easy to put together. Used the high temp silicone where recommend and so far no leaks. I've only seasoned it, no meat yet. A couple notes: 1. Mine came with a gasket installed on the big main door. Seems to be a good one. I added a high temp gasket to the fire box door. Because, well, I'm a man. 2. The wide version comes with a fixed handle on the front and two small latches to secure the door. One on the side towards the top and one on the bottom (see photo). They work fine but the bottom one is a little awkward to use. My face is all close to the hot door. And I'm curious if these little latches will last long with use and heat. 3. When I was putting it together one of the small screws that holds the fire box sliding damper fell out. They come loose so watch for that. 4. Speaking of the fire box damper, yeah it won't close. Screws are loose and it won't budge. Any ideas? 5. I use a chimney to start my coal fires and it was awkward dumping the coals into the fire grate with it pulled out some. I may try starting the coals directly in the box next time, but that's so 1990. I'll try to update once I smoke a few butts and ribs and cats. Just kidding. I don't smoke cats. They taste funny.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Matthias - December 21, 2017
A top level smoker for a low price. Mod's necessary and useful.
The only reason this smoker gets 4 stars is because of the reviews and would get 5 stars without the extra work... I was in the market for a smoker and wanted an upgrade from my can-style smoker to an offset style. I was planning on spending $500 to get a "good" one, but changed my mind after reading reviews of many 5 star rated smokers. Many had intricate and electrical parts that, if failed, would require an impossible return process of breaking down a used smoker and shipping it back. This one is $150, and if you follow the other reviews to modify it properly, will work like a champ. After receiving the smoker the first step was assembly, which may require a soft mallet and a board to hammer it back to straight edges. What I would say is a necessary part of the assembly is using high heat silicone to seal up all the grooves, the thermometer, chimney and the handle of the smoker door on the outside of the smoker. Also, using a rockwool type gasket to line the doors of the smoker and charcoal box so they have a tighter seal is vitally important. Just order them with the smoker, trust me. I also lined the inside with heavy duty foil which helps (the metal is made in China and very thin). I HIGHLY recommend the review posted by V. Trice and his YouTube video... this was super helpful. As far as the end product my 1st run of ribs was as good as I've ever cooked. 2 racks of baby backs took 5 hours total time. One comment I did not see in any review was that a large amount of charcoal/wood is needed. Filling the charcoal basket to full or even overflowing is necessary. It may use a bit more coal than normal but charcoal is cheap compared to great bbq. THANKS VINCENT!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Guy M. Manuel - December 20, 2016
For Experienced Meat Smoker, I am Impressed
Impressed with this smoker. Had been in meat business for about 15 years and have smoked thousands pounds of sausage and meats. This little smoker kept the temperature in freezing weather and put out great smoke. I would recommend this one above others to my friends.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Philthy G - April 14, 2017
The Integra or Civic of the Smoker world....
UPDATE: I no longer have this smoker as I sold it to my brother, however I do suggest if you have a little extra money to get the wide version. While in my possession, I noticed ribs had to be put diagonal and the brisket had to be angled a bit as well to fit. I imagine the wide version doesn't have this issue. Great smoker though. It doesn't have the temp issues as my new Highland. This one gets hot a lot faster so that can be a great plus if you're impatient or it's 2 AM and you wanna sleep Before I start, I bought this thing a few days before price dropped to current price. It's a little annoying to say the least. That being said...on to the review: BEFORE BUYING THIS SMOKER, PLEASE UNDERSTAND A FEW THINGS....I saw a review here that said the same things I am about to revisit. I'll keep this guy-short. It works but requires some tweaking. You need to buy gaskets for the doors and silicon for the gaps....like between the firebox and smoke box.(the square and rectangle). You may also want to buy some high temp paint too. The forums and Youtube show the paint above firebox crap out after a bit. The thermometer on mine was a bust as it is with some other peoples. I bought one and drilled through door and installed it. It's not hard with a good drill. Smoked chicken so far and it was pretty tasty. Read the forums and watch some YouTube videos if you need more information. While this is not by any means the best smoker you could buy, I mean buy a Traeger if you got the money, it works well enough. Consider this the Integra or Civic of the smoker world...you need to fix it up a bit to get it awesome. So far no regrets...brisket ready for Sunday...we'll see how it fares.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By jeeperman - April 12, 2017
Very nice cooker/smoker.
Great smoker/cooker. Per the directions, I seasoned the smoker as soon as I put it together. Directions recommend 45-60 minutes of seasoning, which means burning your charcoal/wood as you normally wood, but do not put any food into the smoker at that time. I started up some kingsford charcoal using their chimney device. Tossed that into the smoker's firebox and put a couple chunks of hickory wood right on top of the coals. Smoker got up to about 250 degrees F with the box vents completely opened. It stayed there for the entire seasoning period. I do recommend the high-temp, red sealant. I used it on mine and I am only leaking smoke at the temp gauge. I did put a bead of sealant around it, but maybe not enough. i will try to apply more sealant this weekend. So far, even with out smoking any food, it appears to be awesome. If necessary, i will update my review after I smoke some food. I may have been one of the lucky ones because mine arrived in perfect condition...no dents, no bends, no missing pieces.