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Walmart.com also has Sportsman Gasoline 2000W Portable Generator (GEN2000) on sale for $149. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks brisar
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Target.com has Sportsman Gasoline 2000W Portable Generator (GEN2000) on sale for $149.99. Shipping is free.
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This Sportsman Gasoline portable generator features 2 120V outlets w/ 12V DC outlet for battery charging. Can run up to 9 hours w/ a 50% load on 1.2 gallons of gasoline and 2000W surge capacity. Ideal for tailgating parties, working away from outlets or emergency situations - Discombobulated

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Sportsman Gasoline 2000W Portable Generator
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Never seen anyone camping with a generator. Doesn't that kinda defeat the purpose of camping ?
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https://www.homedepot.com/p/Sport...NT&cj=true


A bit more, but you can actually sleep with it on. That's 56dB at 10m or so away (The one in this thread is probably 90dB on an exponential measure). I would keep a chain with you hook up the generator near a tree chain it around and lock it. Run the extension cord to wherever you need it.

You really want a inverter generator for camping.
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As an avid camper, I am very discouraged to see people camping with these. The point of camping is to get AWAY and UNPLUG!
It's bad enough that most people I talk to never been camping in their life, then on top of that, those who have camped have done it where there is running water (not naturally running), electric, toilets, showers.. that is NOT camping people.. I can do that same thing in my backyard then smh.
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What's normal price on this - anyone know?
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was $259 SAVE $110.00
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I wish people would stop buying these unless for emergency. They are way too loud for camping
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I wish people would stop buying these unless for emergency. They are way too loud for camping
Agreed. Unless it is for a large camping party (e.g. large area lighting), I don't find it is necessary to use such approach to get electricity for camping.

The camp ground usually have a rule on when the generator use is prohibited after certain hours (e.g. 8pm).
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I wish people would stop buying these unless for emergency. They are way too loud for camping
Almost pulled the trigger on this but I saw your post. Can you recommend one for car camping? I'm planning on using it at some music fests this summer.
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Almost pulled the trigger on this but I saw your post. Can you recommend one for car camping? I'm planning on using it at some music fests this summer.
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A bit more, but you can actually sleep with it on. That's 56dB at 10m or so away (The one in this thread is probably 90dB on an exponential measure). I would keep a chain with you hook up the generator near a tree chain it around and lock it. Run the extension cord to wherever you need it.

You really want a inverter generator for camping.
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Almost pulled the trigger on this but I saw your post. Can you recommend one for car camping? I'm planning on using it at some music fests this summer.

edit, nvm see post above. from rawimpact.
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I wish people would stop buying these unless for emergency. They are way too loud for camping
Never seen anyone camping with a generator. Doesn't that kinda defeat the purpose of camping ?
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A bit more, but you can actually sleep with it on. That's 56dB at 10m or so away (The one in this thread is probably 90dB on an exponential measure). I would keep a chain with you hook up the generator near a tree chain it around and lock it. Run the extension cord to wherever you need it.

You really want a inverter generator for camping.
Walmart has that same 1000watt inverter for $157
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Almost pulled the trigger on this but I saw your post. Can you recommend one for car camping? I'm planning on using it at some music fests this summer.
Put a muffler on it!
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Look for an inverter generator. They are significantly more expensive but very quiet.

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The inverter part is more about cleaning up the signal and keeping your electronics safe. Quiet is achieved by enclosing the frame. The posted generator will be loud due to the open-frame design.
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Never seen anyone camping with a generator. Doesn't that kinda defeat the purpose of camping ?
You must not go camping in campgrounds often
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Rawimpact have you used one of these? You said "(The one in this thread is probably 90dB on an exponential measure)" However according to the description it says <65db. Just wondering if you've experienced the noise level firsthand. Thanks
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