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2500W Champion Power Equipment Ultralight Portable Dual Fuel Inverter Generator EXPIRED

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Walmart has 2500W Champion Power Equipment Ultralight Portable Dual Fuel Inverter Generator for $464.49. Shipping is free.

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  • Operate your 2500-watt portable generator right out of the box on either gasoline or propane, plus at only 39 pounds, this inverter is one of the lightest 2500-watt inverters in the industry
  • With an ultra-quiet 53 dBA from 23 feet, enjoy 2500 starting watts, 1850 running watts and up to 11.5 hours run time on gasoline, and 1665 running watts and up to 34 hours on propane
  • The optional, sold-separately parallel kit enables this inverter to connect with another 2500-watt Champion inverter to double your output power
  • Includes two covered 120V 20A household outlets with clean electricity (less than 3% THD), and two convenient USB ports.
  • Includes 3-year limited warranty with FREE lifetime technical support from dedicated experts

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This model typically lists for $570+. Best price I've seen since I've been watching these. Of the small duel fuel inverters, my opinion is that this is the best model out there.

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Norse0223 asked this question on 07-17-2021 at 04:30 PM
07-18-2021 at 05:03 PM
The description and specifications don't say, but since you cant mix oil with propane, and it's capable of running on it, I'd say it was a 4-stroke, and uses a separate oil system.
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This is a great deal. I'm also a 100899 version owner (same electrical and front panel as this one, but more yellow plastic). I have been happy with it. I have only run mine on propane. Try starting it like the manual says, but I found that if you keep it in the choke/start setting and keep pulling the cord that it will start to sputter to life. Then I quickly rotate the switch to the propane/run setting and away it goes. With that start procedure, it starts with 4-5 pulls from cold.
This generator and mine use the same inverter module so electrically they should be the same. With a 1kW load, I measured 1.56% THD which is pretty clean (cleaner than my home AC).
This is a smoking deal! Thanks for sharing OP. I just ordered one.

I've been wanting to buy this particular model because of its portability and low noise rating. I only plan to plug in a fridge and other small items during power outages so this fits the bill. A lot of reviewers mention they have trouble starting it with propane, but I'll take the chance.
I bought the 2000w dual fuel version in early June for $502 from Amazon. I've used it a few times and love it. Yes it takes a couple of tries to start on Propane but otherwise runs great. With a Supco start cap, it even runs the 15k btu A/C on my camper. Very reasonable noise level.

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Edit: I posted a link but I'm dumb.


I'm very tempted. Usually can't find anything dual fuel less than $400 I think. Unless I'm missing something.
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Amazon seems to have the same generator, but different color/model #, for the same price. Champion Power Equipment 100900 2000-Watt Dual Fuel Inverter Generator, Ultralight https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08J9NZ9D7/

I'm very tempted. Usually can't find anything dual fuel less than $400 I think. Unless I'm missing something.
That's not the same item, the Amazon one is 500w less than the Walmart one
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Really tempted after the rolling blackouts last winter. This would be enough to run my furnace(NG) fan and a fridge. I've been waiting fro the 4500-5500 rolling ones but if that's all I run this would be even more efficient. I want dual fuel so that you can run propane if needed.
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This is a smoking deal! Thanks for sharing OP. I just ordered one.

I've been wanting to buy this particular model because of its portability and low noise rating. I only plan to plug in a fridge and other small items during power outages so this fits the bill. A lot of reviewers mention they have trouble starting it with propane, but I'll take the chance.
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Got one. Was waiting for a deal on a suitcase style for a while now. Only planning on using it for fridge and minor items.
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Wow excellent deal! I've had my eye on this one but was waiting for the price to go down so this is perfect!

Thank you for posting this!
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I have a traditional generator which outputs 30A that I connect to the generator panel. This doesnt seem to have a 30A output. So how do I connect this one to my existing wiring?
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Can I buy first and maybe return it?
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Can you parallel these with the original champion models? I have a big yellow gasser that's still ticking
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Seems like this particular model has issues with the propane regulator leaking and issues starting with propane
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Thanks OP! Been waiting for a deal on dual fuel portable for a month. Not looking to power the whole house just a couple of essentials. Bought one. Now I can rest easier if the power does fail and light enough I can carry it.
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I bought the 2000w dual fuel version in early June for $502 from Amazon. I've used it a few times and love it. Yes it takes a couple of tries to start on Propane but otherwise runs great. With a Supco start cap, it even runs the 15k btu A/C on my camper. Very reasonable noise level.
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Quote from mrhan :
Seems like this particular model has issues with the propane regulator leaking and issues starting with propane
I have the 100899 Lowes version of this and it definitely took a few pulls to get it started with propane. But I think that's fairly typical for propane generators. It takes a bit longer to work through the system.

I didn't have any issues with the included regulator. I'm sure if they had issues with that they probably fixed it quickly since it's an external part.
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