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Walmart - Sportsman 2200/1800 Watt Dual Fuel Inverter Generator - $499 + tax - Free Shipping

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Sportsman 2200 Watt Dual Fuel Inverter Generator for Sensitive Electronics

2200 peak surge watts, 1800 surge watts rated running watts Generator utilizes either unleaded gasoline or LPG propane gas as a fuel source Sine wave gives clean, stable voltage, and reliable power for sensitive electronics Run time at 50 percent load: 7 hours with a full gas tank, or 18 hours with a full propane tank Compact size and weight make it easy to travel and transport Two-120V AC outlets, one12 Volt DC outlet for battery charging, and a dedicated USB terminal for charging electronics 2.6 HP direct fuel, 4 stroke OHV engine, recoil start, 79.7cc, 4650 RPM Decibel rating less than 53 dB with no load at 23 feet Economy switch saves power and fuel Low oil shut off, low oil, overload, and output indicator lights.

Comes with a 5 ft. regulator hose kit, set of DC connectors for charging 12-volt automotive-type batteries, funnel for adding oil, spark plug wrench, T-type wrench, sockets, and crosshead screwdriver
Surge/running watts may be reduced 10% when using propane

Brand Sportsman
Watts 2200 Watts
Fuel Type Propane
Model GEN2200DFI
Manufacturer Part Number GEN2200DFI
Assembled Product Weight 48 lb
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H) 21.00 x 12.00 x 20.00 Inches

EPA approved, Non-CARB compliant/Not for sale in California
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Tempting. I have a travel trailer and I really love to dry camp-- having a portable generator would be awesome. I have been looking for months. The honda 2000i is generally considered the gold standard at about 1K$. There is a Wen, for half the price (it was $599) that gets terrific reviews but has disappeared from stores. Then you get into the swamp territory. This is an unusual one because it has the dual fuel option, but the propane runs much less efficiently. I can't decide if the convenience is worth the extra complexity that is a faster road toward failure. I am *** with small motors Frown also, the db rating looks like it is at no load-- it is tough to get direct comparisons but most will give you a rating at half load.
Would LOVE someone else's thoughts!! No reviews at Walmart, and I think this is their brand.
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I can see where dual fuel might be handy or make it more versatile but unless you have propane service at your house.... e.g. for a fireplace... propane is more of a pain than gas. Has anyone done the cost proposition on that? iow propane is less efficient but does it cost less to run?
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With the 1 gal fuel tank and using their numbers:

7h / 1 gal gas, let's say gas @ $3 / gal: ~ $0.4 / h on gasoline

18h p. tank, refill ~$15 (?) : ~ $0.8 / h on propane

But I don't think the argument for propane is in the cost, it's the convenience.

Propane doesn't degrade like gas (especially ethanol-laced gas).
So if you only keep this as a backup for outages you just keep a filled propane tank with it and can run for a while once the power goes out, that gives you time to get fresh gas.

And if you use it regularly but infrequently, for shorter duration each time (maybe take your electrical chainsaw to the woods to make some firewood),
you don't have to drain and dry the carb each time (which you should do to avoid startup or running problems caused by old gasoline residue).
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