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Generators: Sportsman 1,000/800-Watt Gasoline Powered Digital Inverter Generator $149 and more + Free Shipping

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nice price drop
Yeah, this price (for the first one) matches the +61 Front Page Deal from March.
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Good deal. Especially when you look at those pretend generators that are pretty much a battery and inverter
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Been looking for a generator for a while, but I know zip about them. I know I want one that runs on LP, so dual fuel is a must, and it has to be CARB compliant for California. Aside from that, can anyone help me figure out how much power I need to run a fridge or two? In case we lose power (thanks PG&E), I don't want to lose my food too! Would the 2200 inverter option do the trick?
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Love the small 1000 watt generator. Best generator we own and we have like 5 for our farm. I got it for $129 on Black Friday a while back and it has been so rock solid and convenient that i am always tempted to buy another when this deal pops up.
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Been looking for a generator for a while, but I know zip about them. I know I want one that runs on LP, so dual fuel is a must, and it has to be CARB compliant for California. Aside from that, can anyone help me figure out how much power I need to run a fridge or two? In case we lose power (thanks PG&E), I don't want to lose my food too! Would the 2200 inverter option do the trick?
I'd like to know that too. Same predicament with knowledge, wanting gas and want to keep food cold in an outage
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Not sure if this is a good deal. Check on the one in the link that I got this week.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Sport.../304541553

The ones in the deal look more portable. But, the generators' original prices are ridiculous. They cannot be that expensive. Also, the run time of these generators is very short. The one in the link can run for 10 hours with a propane tank, whereas the one in the deal runs only for 7 hours?!

There have been other generators on heavy sale at Home Depot for a while.
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Not for Sale in California
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Not sure if this is a good deal. Check on the one in the link that I got this week.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Sport.../304541553

The ones in the deal look more portable. But, the generators' original prices are ridiculous. They cannot be that expensive. Also, the run time of these generators is very short. The one in the link can run for 10 hours with a propane tank, whereas the one in the deal runs only for 7 hours?!

There have been other generators on heavy sale at Home Depot for a while.
Inverter generators are much quieter than the version that you got and can be used to power sensitive electronics due to providing "cleaner" electricity. Here's some details on the differences: https://www.bestgenerator.org/inv...ifference/
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Inverter generators are much quieter than the version that you got and can be used to power sensitive electronics due to providing "cleaner" electricity. Here's some details on the differences: https://www.bestgenerator.org/inv...ifference/ [bestgenerator.org]
Also, inverter generators are not all the time at max capacity. their run time depends on what you have plugged into them. While the other ones run at max all the time, therefore wasting a lot of resources.
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Inverter generators are much quieter than the version that you got and can be used to power sensitive electronics due to providing "cleaner" electricity. Here's some details on the differences: https://www.bestgenerator.org/inv...ifference/
Thank you for the information! Glad to know that I chose the right one for the home power outage.
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Been looking for a generator for a while, but I know zip about them. I know I want one that runs on LP, so dual fuel is a must, and it has to be CARB compliant for California. Aside from that, can anyone help me figure out how much power I need to run a fridge or two? In case we lose power (thanks PG&E), I don't want to lose my food too! Would the 2200 inverter option do the trick?

I dunno about multiple fridges, but I have the 800watt genny in the OP and it runs my LG side by side fridge perfectly.
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Does anyone know what the differences between the 1kw inverter/generators? There are three of them, one is at $149, one is at $189, and one is at $249. I think the two cheaper ones are the same except the more expensive version either has a parallel kit or is parallel capable. The $249 version is the same but is also CARB compliant?

Any insights?
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Not recommended for use above 3,000 feet I am in Denver about 5400' anyone used these while camping the the mountains, or at home at altitude?
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