Factory Refurbished 8,750 Surge Watt Dual Fuel Inverter Generator – Sportsman



Want a Dual Fuel Inverter Generator? Look no farther, as it uses unleaded gas or LPG propane gas. Plus, it has the Sine Wave feature for its’ clean, stable voltage for sensitive electronics. Also included is the built-in Carbon Monoxide CO Warning Alert for your safety and protection.

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Factory Refurbished! This powerful 8,750 Surge Watt Dual Fuel Inverter Generators w/CO Warning by Sportsman has your house covered in the event of a power outage. This Dual Fuel Inverter Generators can be used with both LPG or traditional gasoline, making it extremely versatile during a power outage. I find that it is dperfect for RVs or camping because this generator features a low oil shutoff for added generator protection. The included low oil shut off feature helps prevent damage to the engine when your oil levels are low. Having two fuel options makes this generator another reason why it is so popular!

Additional Details

  • Powerful generator for professional, home, or job-site use
  • Provides clean, stable voltage for powering sensitive electronics
  • Dual fuel powered runs on unleaded gas or LPG (tank not included)
  • 8750 peak surge watt and 7000 rated running watt can run the RV, household appliances and power tools
  • Sine wave gives clean, stable voltage and reliable power for sensitive electronics
  • Great for use while camping, for emergency power during a blackout or on the job site
  • USB terminal for charging electronics
  • Runs on gasoline or liquid propane fuel, giving you flexibility while out on the road or during an emergency
  • Low oil shutoff, spark arrestor, engine shutoff switch and circuit breaker
  • Comes with a 5 ft. regulator hose kit, set of DC connectors for charging 12-Volt automotive-type batteries, and spark plug wrench
  • Recoil or electric start with Battery Power Pack (battery not included; battery cable included)
  • Includes (4) 120-Volt GFCI outlets, (1) 120/240-Volt RV outlet, (1) 12-Volt DC outlet, (1) USB 5V Port
  • 7 Gal. fuel tank; run time is 10 hours (Gasoline) or 6 hours (LPG) at 50% load
  • 15 HP, 4-stroke OHV engine delivers maximum performance
  • EPA approved, non-CARB compliant/not for sale in California
  • Propane tank and gas can sold separately
  • Surge/running watts may be reduced 10% when using propane
  • High altitude use: this generator is not recommended for high altitude use above 3,000 ft.
  • EPA approved
  • Non-CARB compliant, Not for sale in California

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Choosing a portable power generator for power outages involves considering various factors to ensure it meets your specific needs. I am providing a few key considerations:

  1. Power Requirements:
    • First, determine the essential appliances and devices you want to power during an outage. Calculate the total wattage needed to run these items simultaneously. This will help you choose a generator with an adequate power capacity. In this case, I use a Wattage Guide to help me figure out the math!
  2. Generator Type:
    • Portable generators come in different types, including inverter generators and conventional generators. Inverter generators provide clean and stable power, making them suitable for sensitive electronics. Conventional generators are generally more affordable but may produce less stable power.
  3. Fuel Type:
    • Portable generators can run on various fuels, such as gasoline, propane, or diesel. With this in mind, consider the availability and convenience of the fuel type in your area. Gasoline is commonly used but has a shorter shelf life than propane or diesel.
  4. Run Time:
    • Check the generator’s run time on a single tank of fuel. This is crucial for extended power outages. Generators with a longer run time require less frequent refueling.
  5. Portability and Size:
    • Consider the portability of the generator. Look for features like wheels and handles for easy transportation. What’s more, smaller and lighter generators are more convenient for home use.
  6. Noise Level:
    • Generators can be noisy, so consider the noise level produced by the generator. For example, look for models with lower decibel ratings if noise is a concern, especially if you live in a residential area.
  7. Start Mechanism:
    • Generators can have manual recoil start or electric start mechanisms. Electric start generators are easier to start, but may require a battery, which needs periodic maintenance. In every situation, choose a start mechanism that suits your preferences.
  8. Ease of Maintenance:
    • Consider the maintenance requirements of the generator. For example, look for models with easy access to filters and oil changes. Under these circumstances, regular maintenance is essential for the generator’s longevity.
  9. Brand Reputation and Reviews:
    • Research the reputation of different generator brands and models. Read customer reviews to understand the real-world performance and reliability of the generator you are considering.
  10. Safety Features:
    • In addition, I always check for safety features such as overload protection, low-oil shutoff, and GFCI outlets. These features help protect both the generator and connected devices.
  11. Budget:
    • Finally, set a budget for your generator purchase. Prices can vary based on features and capacity. Balance your requirements with your budget to find the best generator for your needs.

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