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[29 Mar 2012 | One Comment | 2,250 views]
What I Learned About The Briggs & Stratton P2000 Inverter Generator

Who says an inverter generator needs to be expensive? In my Briggs & Stratton P2000 Portable Generator review I talk about the quality this machine brings to the table at an affordable price.

Inverter style generators are fantastic to have because you can use them with sensitive electronics like your laptop and not have to worry about them surging and damaging the circuits. They are also much quieter, more fuel efficient, and more lightweight and portable than conventional portable generators. The drawback is that they are much more expensive than standard generators. That is until the Briggs & Stratton P2000 Portable Inverter Generator came out on the market.
The Briggs & Stratton 030473 Portable Generator delivers all the power you need during an emergency power outage, or for …

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[5 Jan 2012 | No Comment | 1,447 views]
Briggs & Stratton Elite Series 030470 Portable Generator Review

I like the Briggs & Stratton Elite Series 030470 Portable Generator because you can use it in so many different situations. Plus it’s built to last, pumping out 8,750 rated watts.

As unexciting as everyday activities may seem, not being able to bathe, do laundry, cook, or heat or cool your home when you need to may put these activities in a whole new light if you lose power unexpectedly. While power outages may be associated with certain places or seasons, rain, snow, storms, or high winds can happen virtually anywhere. One wrong step on a power line by an otherwise harmless animal may even be enough to knock the power out for whole communities and leave people scrambling to find a solution.
For power outages that end up lasting …