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Ultra-Quiet 52dBA Inverter Generator with Mobility Kit (CARB Compliant)

Fuel-Saver mode automatic idle-down, parallel-ready, RV ready with adapter
2,300 starting watts / 1,800 running watts
79cc OHV4-cycle engine
Low THD and 52dBA quiet operation
Digital fuel gauge, power meter and data center
Handle carry or tote with built-in wheels and full retractable telescopic handle
51 lbs
California Air Resourced Board (CARB) compliant
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have it. Works good, run it with my honda 2000. It has the onboard kit. If you do a search you will see it has been much lower at times.
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Why not get the WEN which is cheaper and a great unit?
https://wenproducts.com/collectio...-compliant
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Quote from mstang1988 :
Why not get the WEN which is cheaper and a great unit?
https://wenproducts.com/collectio...-compliant
But..but.. this one has 30A plugin
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Why not get the WEN which is cheaper and a great unit?
https://wenproducts.com/collectio...-compliant
Or this one that has 4000 watts and is only $400! Not as small or quiet, but reviews are great. Also it is surprisingly small.

https://wenproducts.com/products/...-generator
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Or this one that has 4000 watts and is only $400! Not as small or quiet, but reviews are great. Also it is surprisingly small.
https://wenproducts.com/products/...-generator [wenproducts.com]
I just got the WEN GN400i for a travel trailer. Has 4000 surge/3500W - so more power for appliances; but no way as quiet as this SUA2300i - which is also 50% lighter! Depends on your needs. This A-iPower is great for casual limited use, including electronics.
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I purchased 2 of these when they were at the $250 special price. They have run well except for one of them had to have the actual generator portion replaced since it stopped making power and the other had to have the lcd readout screen replaced. Both times, I went through Ai customer service and it went smoothly. I replaced the parts myself after receiving the parts in the mail with minimal effort. I only have a few uses with each one so I was a bit surprised to have those 2 problems so soon.
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I just got the WEN GN400i for a travel trailer. Has 4000 surge/3500W - so more power for appliances; but no way as quiet as this SUA2300i - which is also 50% lighter! Depends on your needs. This A-iPower is great for casual limited use, including electronics.
Very true!

Any issues with the 400i? Also it looks really portable even though it's a solid 4k. I've been considering it as home backup after what just happened in Texas. Just need to power heaters and fridge and electronics. I know 2k could be enough but I don't want to have to worry.
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Very true!

Any issues with the 400i? Also it looks really portable even though it's a solid 4k. I've been considering it as home backup after what just happened in Texas. Just need to power heaters and fridge and electronics. I know 2k could be enough but I don't want to have to worry.
I just got the 875i and will be firing it up this weekend, will let you know how it goes. Bought it because "Texas" is super reliable, haha.
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I just got the 875i and will be firing it up this weekend, will let you know how it goes. Bought it because "Texas" is super reliable, haha.
Nice, I would love to hear it! Fellow Texan here and that's why I'm looking into this.
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Very true!

Any issues with the 400i? Also it looks really portable even though it's a solid 4k. I've been considering it as home backup after what just happened in Texas. Just need to power heaters and fridge and electronics. I know 2k could be enough but I don't want to have to worry.

Heaters? Lots of even small space heaters are going to be 1500-2000W. So if you want to run a tiny one in a single room (hope your ceilings aren't high) and basically nothing else then you might be OK.

Most of the 1500W heaters I see on Lowes are listed as "personal" - like the kind you'd put underneath a desk to warm your feet.

According tothis site [sylvane.com], you'll need about 10W/sq ft, so 1500W unit would be rated for 150sq ft, or say a 12x12 room, and again I hope your ceilings aren't high/
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Or this one that has 4000 watts and is only $400! Not as small or quiet, but reviews are great. Also it is surprisingly small.

https://wenproducts.com/products/...-generator
Or buy both and run them in parallel!
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Heaters? Lots of even small space heaters are going to be 1500-2000W. So if you want to run a tiny one in a single room (hope your ceilings aren't high) and basically nothing else then you might be OK.

Most of the 1500W heaters I see on Lowes are listed as "personal" - like the kind you'd put underneath a desk to warm your feet.

According tothis site [sylvane.com], you'll need about 10W/sq ft, so 1500W unit would be rated for 150sq ft, or say a 12x12 room, and again I hope your ceilings aren't high/
Exactly right. Electric heating is not efficient at all. Running an electric heater to just heat a single room every night can add $300 to your monthly electric bill!!
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What do you use these things for if you aren't camping? I live in CA, would this be recommended for me to put on my balcony in case there's a big earthquake or something?

Will this power up my house?
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