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Ryobi Bluetooth 2,300w Super Quiet Gasoline Digital Inverter Generator - B&M YMMV $399

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Went into a Home Depot store and picked one of these up. Shelf label said $599 however it rang up for $399 with no special note about sale on receipt. YMMV

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  • 2,300 starting watts, 1,800 running watts
  • Super quiet operation
  • Free RYOBI GenControl app: monitors power consumption, fuel level and runtime remaining on your apple or android smartphone
  • On-board LCD displays fuel level, runtime remaining and load level
  • On-board overload reset button and remote reset capable using free GenControl app
  • Remote shutdown capable
  • Ultra-portable: telescoping handle, dual rear wheels, suitcase carrying handle, front and rear handle assembly
  • Parallel kit capable: connect two generators together with the available parallel kit for twice the power output
  • Two 120-Volt outlets and 2 USB ports
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • Fuel efficient: auto-idle fuel-saving technology
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Huge storm came through Midwest last night and knocked down a few trees and power lines. I keep thinking about this or a generac 8000. Not familiar with the term inverter.
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Huge storm came through Midwest last night and knocked down a few trees and power lines. I keep thinking about this or a generac 8000. Not familiar with the term inverter.
Inverter generators provide clean power that you can use to charge cell phones laptops etc... A regular generator may damage these units. Also inverter generator tend to be more fuel efficient and make less noise. Trade of is they don't have as much watts
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I love this generator - bought it years ago after one of the storms. The quietness of this is hard to beat even with a load.
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I'm thinking I want a 30A connection if I'm planning to use a generator with a transfer switch.
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57dB vs other "open" ones at around 70dB. Not a bad knockdown if you're in need of a generator this size. 👍🏻
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If you are within range of Bluetooth, one might just manually take the effort to look at the gas gauge.
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I have 2 refrigerators and 1 stand up freezer in my house. This would be too small to power those in the event of an outage, right?
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Any idea why these are in clearance - did they come out with a new model or something?
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This might be a crazy question, but would this super quiet unit be quiet enough to power a cpap machine for tent camping?
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This might be a crazy question, but would this super quiet unit be quiet enough to power a cpap machine for tent camping?
Someone said it was about 60dba, so check this out: https://audiology-web.s3.amazonaw...730330.pdf
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Huge storm came through Midwest last night and knocked down a few trees and power lines. I keep thinking about this or a generac 8000. Not familiar with the term inverter.
while the other person is right about the inverter being safer for electronics, we use a standard generator and have done so for about 10 years with no ill effects on our electronics. and our power goes out a LOT. id say we run it at minimum 24 hours a month, sometimes 72.

we find that a 3500w honda generator is just barely enough to get us by... we can run our fridge, sump pump, 2 chest freezers, pellet stove, tv, modem as well as charge laptops and have a couple lights on. if i need to run our oil furnace fan(110v) i need to make sure to not have lights on, and to rotate back and fourth between furnace and the chest freezers. well pump(110v) can be turned on only if we unplug the sump pump while it fills the expansion tank.

i think this ryobi unit would be a bit small for us, but most folk dont need that much powered, and dont loose power as often. if you really needed to get by, things can be swapped onto and off of the generator. aka, plug fridge in till it shuts off, then plug in heat till it shuts off, sump till it shuts off, etc. so like i said, if its just a once a year type of thing that you need for an emergency, it will do, but that becomes old very quick. if its something you need more often and would like to be able to relax when the power goes out, get something bigger.
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I have 2 refrigerators and 1 stand up freezer in my house. This would be too small to power those in the event of an outage, right?
Can you run all three of those off of one 15Amp circuit at the same time? If so, you would probably be fine.
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This might be a crazy question, but would this super quiet unit be quiet enough to power a cpap machine for tent camping?
in a tent only part of a campground? no. stick with something like the honda or yamaha 1k units. and even those might annoy the neighbors. even then, bring along something to make a wall around the inverter that will help try and direct most of the noise upward.

the rv sections of campgrounds are a bit more relaxed about generators, but even some of them dont allow it as they have plugs.

non campground? well, it depends on what your camp mates can tolerate. but i think either way you want to look into a 1k unit as it will save you gas.
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