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Westinghouse iGen4500 Super Quiet Portable Inverter Generator - 3700 Rated Watts and 4500 Peak Watts - Gas Powered - CARB Compliant $755.58

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Normally priced between $949 and $1049. Shipping is free. Gas only (No propane)

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Nice. been waiting for the dual fuel. I'm torn.
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It would have been $150 cheaper and more flexible if you got two of iGen2200 at Sam's club in the last week.
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Nice. been waiting for the dual fuel. I'm torn.
This isn't dual fuel
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This isn't dual fuel
Yes I know. I've been waiting for the dual fuel to come back in stock. At this price it's hard not to get this one
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It would have been $150 cheaper and more flexible if you got two of iGen2200 at Sam's club in the last week.
More efficient to get one unit and tie into electric panel. Can't get more flexible.
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More efficient to get one unit and tie into electric panel. Can't get more flexible.
It all depends what you're using it for. Two units can be used in two different places. They're lighter and easier to move around. It also gives you redundancy if one unit fails.
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AMZ won't deliver this item here in nor cal.
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More efficient to get one unit and tie into electric panel. Can't get more flexible.
With the parallel kit, you get the almost the same power from two 2200W units and can be plugged into the panel. It is definitely more flexible with 2 units. You can turn off one unit at the parallel cord to refill while still have one inverter running to provide half of the max capacity. For the 2200W unit, 1.2gallon runs for 12hr at 25% load (450W). With the 4500W model, the 3.4 gallon tank runs for 18hr at 25% load, or 2.3 gallon for 12hr at 25% load (925W). There is little difference in efficiency.

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I just got this for $729 shipped and with taxes, It was $782 when I clicked the link not $810 as listed on post ? I also figured this would be the perfect 1st purchase using the the Amazon CC and also get extra $100 discount for my initial/1st purchase. I mainly plan to use it to run my lil toyota motorhome's ac, but I plan on finding other ways to use this and get my monies worth out of this one.
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Normally priced between $949 and $1049. Shipping is free. Gas only (No propane)

https://www.amazon.com/Westinghou...151&sr=8-2
OP, seems the price has dropped further, to $782.47, if you want to update your post?
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Nice. been waiting for the dual fuel. I'm torn.
Same here
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Same here
Dual would be quite nice, but I found it hard to pass up this at the price especially with a 3 year warranty.
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With the parallel kit, you get the almost the same power from two 2200W units and can be plugged into the panel. It is definitely more flexible with 2 units. You can turn off one unit at the parallel cord to refill while still have one inverter running to provide half of the max capacity. For the 2200W unit, 1.2gallon runs for 12hr at 25% load (450W). With the 4500W model, the 3.4 gallon tank runs for 18hr at 25% load, or 2.3 gallon for 12hr at 25% load (925W). There is little difference in efficiency.

https://www.electricgeneratorsdir...ators.html

https://generatoradvisor.com/para...enerators/
It's still not 220.
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It would have been $150 cheaper and more flexible if you got two of iGen2200 at Sam's club in the last week.
Right I was going to say that I seen that one for $299
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