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Costco Members: Firman 3200W Gas/Propane Powered Inverter Generator

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Costco.com has for its Members: Firman 3200W Gasoline or Propane Powered Inverter Generator on sale for $599.99. Shipping is free. Thanks rob_762

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Features 171 cc Dual Fuel Engine with Low Oil Shut Off and 1.8 Gallon Tank which provides 9 Hours of Runtime. Includes 3-Year warranty. -slickdewmaster

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Good deal on dual fuel inverter. For anyone looking to run on propane, I have not found many inverters in the 3000W range at this price. Shipping is included. Costco return policy.

List price - 799.99
Discount - 180.00
Total - $599.99

Good through 8/24

https://www.costco.com/firman-290...81637.html
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I got the standard gas one from the earlier deal but that is recoil start only. This model upgrades you to to an electric start plus propane for $100 more. Thats worth it to me to return the other model and buy this one instead.
Deciding between this one or the gas only 2200W at Sam's club at half the price.

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Wonder if they have this in store for less?
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Wonder if they have this in store for less?
My store doesn't. They have another brand that cost more than the 7500W one that was recently $599.99 (Firman | Costco https://www.costco.com/firman-750...48883.html)
Need to use UPS with this model
for your sensitive electronics though
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Deciding between this one or the gas only 2200W at Sam's club at half the price.
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Deciding between this one or the gas only 2200W at Sam's club at half the price.
Depends on your needs and how you plan to use it. If you share them, some might give them their opinion.
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I got the standard gas one from the earlier deal but that is recoil start only. This model upgrades you to to an electric start plus propane for $100 more. Thats worth it to me to return the other model and buy this one instead.
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Was waiting for this to go on sale again. Picked one up. We'll see.
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I bought the gas only version of this last year and was very impressed with everything about it, except that it wouldn't quite run my older RV air conditioner. I regretfully returned it. The fit and finish and how well it ran were impressive for the price, but it was a bit louder than I expected.
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Can you join two of these together to output 6k?
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Can you join two of these together to output 6k?
I see the parallel operation outlet on the panel.
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Depends on your needs and how you plan to use it. If you share them, some might give them their opinion.
I think I may get two of the 2200W one at Sam's club to make it 4400W at the same price. Electric start is nice but the battery adds additional weight to it. The Westinghouse one I am looking at has pretty good review and it seems it only need one pull to start it up most of the time according to reviews. Dual fuel is the only thing that I want from this model.
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I bought the Firman 2900W pulll start for $499 a couple months ago (online Costco at $140 off). I love it! Started on first pull ever too.... It runs my big ClassA RV AC perfect. Its quieter than normal generators, but its a little louder than I expected though. It says its as quiet as those Hondas, but its not... Still love it, I recommend this buy.
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I bought the gas only version of this last year and was very impressed with everything about it, except that it wouldn't quite run my older RV air conditioner. I regretfully returned it. The fit and finish and how well it ran were impressive for the price, but it was a bit louder than I expected.
Wow, that must be one power hungry air conditioner. Over 2900 watts, I am really surprised how little power the newer air conditioners use, especially the split units.
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I bought the gas only version of this last year and was very impressed with everything about it, except that it wouldn't quite run my older RV air conditioner. I regretfully returned it. The fit and finish and how well it ran were impressive for the price, but it was a bit louder than I expected.
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