Articles in the < 4,000 Watts Category
< 4,000 Watts, Champion »
The Champion 1500 watt portable generator model 42433 is the perfect small generator. It is CARB compliant, fuel efficient, and high quality. Read my review to learn more.
The Champion 42433 Portable Generator will keep electricity flowing at home or work. Light weight and fuel efficiency make this one of the most convenient machines of its type. It is an ideal solution to provide power in emergency situations or every day. It can be used on camping trips, at the cottage, at a remote work site, or to run lights and appliances at home during power outages. With the increase in severe storms and fuel shortages, it is always worthwhile to have one of these around. This great versatility is available at a price under $250.
1200 Running Watts
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< 4,000 Watts, Briggs & Stratton »
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 …
< 4,000 Watts, Yamaha »
In my Yamaha EF2800i portable generator review I look at what Yamaha brings to the table in the inverter style generator category.
There’s a reason why Yamaha consistently comes out on top in the inverter generator category and that reason is quality and efficiency. I’ve looked at a lot of portable generators for this website and consistently Yamaha has the best inverter style generators of all the models I’ve seen. And that runs the scope from lower capacity models like the Yamaha EF1000i, which puts out 1,000 maximum watts all the way to the 6,300 watt EF6300iSDE. Yamaha tends to be more expensive than most other models in the inverter category, but looking closer, you clearly get what you pay for here. Yamaha offers greater fuel efficiency, …
< 4,000 Watts, All Power America, Featured »
At a 2,000 max watt capacity, the All Power America APG3014 portable generator is durable, efficient, and inexpensive. You can easily take it wherever you want.
It’s good to have a little portable generator that’s under $200 that you can use to power a few things when the power goes out or power up a few tools in your shed or on the jobsite. If you’re out camping, RV’ing, or tailgating before a game then small generators are the way to go. They’re quiet, light weight and easy to move around and they don’t take up a lot of space. Plus they’ll run and run with very little gas. The All Power America APG3014 fits the bill perfectly. Here’s what it can do for you.
< 4,000 Watts, Featured, Yamaha »
The Yamaha EF2000iS portable generator is really an amazing piece of machinery. It is a testament to what fine craftsmanship and innovation can produce.
My family and I really like to travel and go camping. We’ve been all over the US, to several National Parks like the Grand Canyon, and even to South America. Last year we visited a beautiful park on the north coast of Colombia called Parque Tayrona. It has some of most gorgeous beaches and tropical rain forest you’ll find in all of South America. We camped right on the beach along with my sister and my brother-in-law. What a fantastic trip. I still remember the sweet taste of the fresh mangos that we ate right off the tree and the …