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3,500-Watt/3,000-Watt Dual Fuel LPG/Gasoline Powered Recoil Start Portable Digital Inverter Generator At Home Depot $649

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Perfect for tailgating or camping, this 3,500-Watt/3,000-Watt Dual Fuel LPG/Gasoline Powered Recoil Start Portable Digital Inverter Generator can use either unleaded gasoline or propane gas. The added fuel flexibility lets you use which fuel is more available. Each generator has 3,000 rated running watts and 3,500 peak surge watts. The included low oil shut off feature helps prevent damage to the engine when your oil levels are low.
3,500 peak surge watt and 3,000 rated running watt can run sensitive electronics, appliances and power tools
Sine wave gives clean, stable voltage and reliable power for sensitive electronics
This Dual Fuel Inverter Generator also comes equipped with a parallel power port terminal that allows the user to chain two parallel Sportsman generators together to increase the total output power when using a Parallel Power Kit (sold separately)
7.0 HP engine, 3,600 RPM, 4 stroke, 212 cc, recoil start
Fuel type: generator utilizes either unleaded gasoline or LPG propane gas as a fuel source
Fuel capacity: 3.2 Gal. oil capacity: 18.6 oz. SAE 10W30
Low oil shut off, low oil, overload and output indicator lights, engine shut off switch
Runtime at a 50% load for each unit: 10-hours on gasoline or 12-hours on 20 lbs. of LPG fuel
Decibel rating: less than 69 dB with no load at 23 ft.
One 120-Volt RV outlet, two-120-Volt AC outlets, one 12-Volt DC outlet for battery charging and a dedicated
USB terminal for charging electronics
Comes with a 5 ft. regulator hose kit, set of DC connectors for charging 12-Volt automotive-type batteries, and spark plug wrench
Propane and gas tank not included, mobility kit not available
Surge/running watts may be reduced 10% when using propane
Generator is not recommended for high altitude use above 3,000 ft.
EPA approved, non-CARB compliant/not for sale in California
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The Costco one seems like a better deal to me since it has electric start and this one does not. Plus it is 50 dollars cheaper and it is 2900 watts running instead of 3000. So close.
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69db is a bit loud for an inverter gen. 10 hours of run time on a 50% load is not a long run time when the tank is 3.2 gallons. I think the Firman at Costco would be a better deal like the comment above mentioned. Just my 2¢.
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I'm wondering if the Sportsman brand and/or Buffalo Tools is being eliminated... Prices are ridiculously low.
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You could get two of the Westinghouse iGen2200 at Sam's Club for $299 if you can catch them when they're back in stock this week and then get the parallel kit for about the same price. You'd lose the dual fuel but gain power, redundancy, and flexibility.
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You could get two of the Westinghouse iGen2200 at Sam's Club for $299 if you can catch them when they're back in stock this week and then get the parallel kit for about the same price. You'd lose the dual fuel but gain power, redundancy, and flexibility.
Do you think that Sam's deal will be back in stock again? I wanna grab 2 of those.
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Do you think that Sam's deal will be back in stock again? I wanna grab 2 of those.
No way of knowing for sure, but it's been in and out of stock at least a few times (I bought one during one of the restocks) since it first sold out, and in my experience Sam's has frequently does restock things randomly but often. For example I bought toilet paper and hand sanitizer and Clorox wipes during the height of the pandemic multiple times just by refreshing pages randomly throughout the day.
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Doesn't look like a deal to me when a more well regarded brand is similar in price. The Champion 100574 4000/3500 Dual Fuel Inverter is $675 at Home Depot. If you can catch the 100574-1 in stock at Cabela's or Bass Pro, it's the same but comes with a wheel kit.
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You could get two of the Westinghouse iGen2200 at Sam's Club for $299 if you can catch them when they're back in stock this week and then get the parallel kit for about the same price. You'd lose the dual fuel but gain power, redundancy, and flexibility.
Link for the parallel kit you are talking about?
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Link for the parallel kit you are talking about?
https://westinghouseoutdoorpower....allel-cord

If you shop around you should be able to find it closer to ~$50.
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The Costco one seems like a better deal to me since it has electric start and this one does not. Plus it is 50 dollars cheaper and it is 2900 watts running instead of 3000. So close.
Exactly, plus you could get cheaper non duel fuel models and add tri fuel adapter. The not recommended above 3000 ft seams like it may be a deal breaker for some. We occassionaly boondock in our travel trailer, and need the generator to run HVAC.
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