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DuroMax 10000 Watt Hybrid Dual Fuel Portable Gas Propane Generator $539.99

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Factory Authorized Outlet via eBay has DuroMax XP10000EH 10000W Hybrid Dual Fuel Generator on sale for $539.99. Shipping is free

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Powerful 18 HP Engine is able to accept high wattage loads with ease.
This Generator has endless uses; from Home Standby Power, Jobsites to a Weekend with the RV.
Equipped with Low Oil Protection, AC and DC Regulators, and a Spark Arrestor, Your unit will remain safe and in top operating condition.
As simple as turning on your car - if the battery is discharged simply use the 1-pull recoil cord to start the generator.
This unit was designed to allow anyone to start and operate. All models are available with Electric and Recoil Start.
Our Friendly Technicians know these units inside and out. Have a Technical Question? Give them a call and they will be glad to help you out.
When the idle control is switched on it automatically lowers the RPM's to an idle when no power is being used. When power is used it automatically raises the RPM to respond to the load and then lowers it again when the load is removed. This feature dramatically saves fuel and reduces noise when engaged.
Allows the user to get maximum power from each of the 120 Volt Receptacle. It also allows the user to choose between operating the Generator at both 120V and 240V simultaneously, or at 120 only with full power. It is recommended that the Voltage Selector switch always be in the 120V position unless 240V is required.
Heavy duty frame with four point fully isolated motor mounts for smooth quiet operation.
Full power panel with oil warning light, volt meter, circuit breaker and power outlets.
Run Time Gasoline - Up to 10 Hours at 1/2-Load
Run Time Propane - Up to 10 Hours at 1/2-Load on 40 lb. Tank
Low oil shut-off protects engine.
Quiet Muffler reduces engine noise.
Full EPA and CARB Compliance allows for operation in all 50 States

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Last Edited by pucksr April 1, 2018 at 12:04 PM
Unit is 8,000 watt rated. Breakers are actually limited to 30A.
The 10,000W rating is MAX surge wattage.

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Why is this $40 more than the Durastar I bought last week? Still can't figure out the difference between the two.
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Why is this $40 more than the Durastar I bought last week? Still can't figure out the difference between the two.
Was wondering the same thing, seems like this one might be slightly better on paper, states .6 vs 1.66full load fuel consumption and double the runtime at 50% load.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/compa...or%2010000
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Why is this $40 more than the Durastar I bought last week? Still can't figure out the difference between the two.
Nothing other than the $40 but for those of us that missed out on the $500, this is a good deal.

Anyone know the performance of thses at high altitude (10,000' in elevation)?
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Was wondering the same thing, seems like this one might be slightly better on paper, states .6 vs 1.66full load fuel consumption and double the runtime at 50% load.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/compa...or%2010000 [homedepot.com]
(This one) XP10000EH https://www.duromaxpower.com/duromax-10-000-watt-dual-fuel-hybrid-generator​ [duromaxpower.com]

($500 one) https://www.duromaxpower.com/duro...tric-start

Hoem Depot lists more differences than the manufacturers website, not sure what is accurate. XP10000EH definitely has many more ratings to go off of, Home Depot has 121 ratings vs 1 rating for the DS10000EH.
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Nothing other than the $40 but for those of us that missed out on the $500, this is a good deal.

Anyone know the performance of thses at high altitude (10,000' in elevation)?
I can't answer for the high altitude but I would guess that it should run pretty much like a propane bbq at high altitude as long as the carburetor adjusts for it.
At $540 it's a definite bargain. I love my hybrid 4850 watt. Although I'm not much higher above sea level.
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Was wondering the same thing, seems like this one might be slightly better on paper, states .6 vs 1.66full load fuel consumption and double the runtime at 50% load.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/compa...or%2010000
Same one except that it's $40 more. Still a definite bargain for a duel fuel propane running generator. Especially for a 10kw.
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Bought one of these at Thanksgiving for sub 500. Great unit. Starts easy and runs great. Ready for hurricane season here in Florida.
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To southern CA residents, we get the freakin TAX! But drive to Ontario (I am two hours south in San Diego area), find the "open box/returns" and get one for as low as $379 plus tax of course and they still have full factory warranty!
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I did some research on Duromax and Durostar 10000 units. Duromax is sold by Factory Authorized Outlet (FAO), Durostar sold by Max Tool (MT). MT and FAO are the same company and they are the wholesaler for both. In fact they own both brands and have them contract manufactured in China. Generally the lines under both names are clones of other well known brands, including Honda. But it seems the tolerances are not as tight and metal shavings in the engine are common (run & replace oil at recommended time frames to get the shavings out of the engine). A 10000 watt Duromax should be identical to a 10000 watt Durostar except for paint schemes. Both brands seem to be reliable, as long as the maintenance schedule is followed. Both brands (same company) sell a boatload of generators to consumers directly, hence the pricing breaks. They also sell through b&m stores, and are marked up by the retailer. They aren't Koehler, Generac, or Honda quality, but close. The major difference is that they are a fraction of the price of the brand names. And Imo, well worth the price. If anyone has different information, I'm certainly willing to listen.
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Picked this up for $499 a couple years ago. I've used it twice for an extended period of time, ran the entire house for 3 straight days at one point. I've been happy with it. A couple notes for those who are considering it: treat the gasoline with stabilizer and drain the carb if you plan to leave it sit without running it for a couple/few months. Draining the carb is easy on this model, just YouTube it if you don't know how.
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I did some research on Duromax and Durostar 10000 units. Duromax is sold by Factory Authorized Outlet (FAO), Durostar sold by Max Tool (MT). MT and FAO are the same company and they are the wholesaler for both. In fact they own both brands and have them contract manufactured in China. Generally the lines under both names are clones of other well known brands, including Honda. But it seems the tolerances are not as tight and metal shavings in the engine are common (run & replace oil at recommended time frames to get the shavings out of the engine). A 10000 watt Duromax should be identical to a 10000 watt Durostar except for paint schemes. Both brands seem to be reliable, as long as the maintenance schedule is followed. Both brands (same company) sell a boatload of generators to consumers directly, hence the pricing breaks. They also sell through b&m stores, and are marked up by the retailer. They aren't Koehler, Generac, or Honda quality, but close. The major difference is that they are a fraction of the price of the brand names. And Imo, well worth the price. If anyone has different information, I'm certainly willing to listen.
Completely agree. Why pay $1500 when you can pay $500? Just gotta follow maintenance schedule as you said. It's a little more time consuming, but to save $1000 it's a no brainer.
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Was wondering the same thing, seems like this one might be slightly better on paper, states .6 vs 1.66full load fuel consumption and double the runtime at 50% load.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/compa...or%2010000 [homedepot.com]
For 2 products that are supposedly the same other than branding, those are some pretty big variances, anyone with any knowledge explain why ?
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