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4,000 - 7,999 Watts, Champion »

[21 Feb 2012 | No Comment | 2,052 views]
My In-Depth Analysis of the Champion 46515 Portable Generator

The Champion 46515 portable generator is a versatile, high quality, low priced model that can safely power 4,000 watts worth of appliances. Find out more in my review.

Versatility is the key word for the Champion 46515. You can use it with your RV – it’s already wire with an RV hookup outlet, out camping – its sound level is low enough for use in national parks, or at your home during power outages – at 4,000 watts of maximum output it can easily power many essential home appliances. Combine versatility with the high quality, durability, and efficiency I’ve come to expect from Champion, and you’ve got a real winner. Here’s more of what you can expect from the highly rated Champion 46515.
Champion 46515 portable generator is …

4,000 - 7,999 Watts, Coleman Powermate »

[14 Jan 2012 | 3 Comments | 2,409 views]
The Pros and Cons of the Coleman Powermate PM0435001 Generator

The Coleman Powermate PM0435001 Portable Generator offers true peace of mind for emergencies and sturdy reliability on the job. Find out more in my review.

Coleman has an excellent reputation for quality that they have built up over the last nearly 50 years. Their portable generators are top notch and are used on job sites and during emergencies all over the world. Coleman continues their tradition of excellence with the Coleman Powermate PM0435001 portable generator.
This model puts out 5,000 watts of rated or running power with 6,250 for surge watt output. Coleman has 5 different models in the same wattage category. Looking at these models the major features don’t vary that significantly. Running wattage and max wattage are the same on all models. All …

4,000 - 7,999 Watts, Generac »

[7 Dec 2011 | No Comment | 1,355 views]
How Does The Generac 5622 GP5000 Stand Up To The Competition?

The Generac 5622 GP5000 portable generator will power almost all of your essential household and jobsite appliances with 6,250 surge watts of power.

While everyday activities such as bathing, doing laundry, cooking, and heating or cooling your home are usually accomplished without much fanfare, this is not the case when the power goes out unexpectedly. Power outages can happen for any number of reasons, from nimble animals coming into contact with power sources to the unfortunate outcomes that often result from high winds, rain, snow, and storms.
You may manage well if the power comes back on relatively quickly, but without a backup plan you may lose more than you ever imagined. A lasting power outage may mean not having heat to keep your family warm, no longer being able to …

4,000 - 7,999 Watts, Champion, Featured »

[19 Jun 2011 | No Comment | 4,930 views]
How Does The Champion 46534 Portable Generator Perform?

The 4,000 watt Champion 46534 Portable Generator is one of the best bargains out there. You can rely on it to get you through a blackout, out camping, or in your RV.

When I buy a piece of equipment I like to be able to use it in a variety of different situations. The more flexible the device is the better. This especially applies to equipment that may be used in an emergency situation, like your portable generator. You want flexibility because you just don’t know exactly what the situation will be that requires you to pull the device out and fire it up. With portable generators you could be without electricity for days at a time and not know when the power may come back …

4,000 - 7,999 Watts, ETQ »

[16 Jun 2011 | No Comment | 3,421 views]
Safely Power Electronics With The ETQ TG32P12 Portable Generator

The ETQ TG32P12 portable generator produces 4,000 watt of power and lets you run sensitive electronics with several different outlets to choose from.

I know when the power goes out at my house, whether it’s due to an electrical storm in the summer or an ice storm in the winter, that I want to be able to use my electronic devices. I can get by without TV for a while, but the rest of the family, well that’s a different story. And just try sleeping in the hot, humid summer with no AC in the Deep South. Forget about it. That’s why it’s important for me to use only a generator that can safely power my electronics and the other essential appliances I and my family …