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[Home Depot] USA Champion generator 240V inverter (Hybrid) for US$700

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[Home Depot] USA Champion generator 240V inverter (Hybrid) for US$700

On sale for US$700 instead of US$834.

This is a brand new gen from Champion and the first 240V inverter from this company. Not yet available for sale in Canada. It will be noisier than a quiet inverter but a Honda inverter with 240V will cost you $5,000+. All in all it represents an amazing value and an even better deal at this price. Order on-line and cross the border to pick it up at the store.

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I am in the market for a Generac type of gas generator to connect to my electrical panel. Unfortunately, I am looking at a minimum $10k price tag including installation (costs more than the generator itself). While the one in the OP may not be a Generac type, it might do. Can anyone comment if they have experience with this brand since there are no reviews on this model being so new. TIA.
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Man I really wish it was dual fuel.
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TomLafinsky wrote: If it were dual fuel it means you would lose 10% when using propane. So instead of 6250W/5000W it would be 5625W/4500W. Though I love propane gen as it burns so much cleaner. The spark plug looks like brand new after hours of usage and it smells a lot better than when burning gasoline.
I'm ok w that, just 240v inverter, and duel fuel at a similar price or slightly more.
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StealthFinder wrote: I am in the market for a Generac type of gas generator to connect to my electrical panel. Unfortunately, I am looking at a minimum $10k price tag including installation (costs more than the generator itself). While the one in the OP may not be a Generac type, it might do. Can anyone comment if they have experience with this brand since there are no reviews on this model being so new. TIA.
Hey.... Save yourself $10k!! Unless you need a fully automatic system that turns on by itself, there are much cheaper alternatives to power your whole house. Our local utility has very reliable power, but I still have a generator to run fridge and small appliances. If you want to spend about $2k and get a whole home solution, try hydro meter hook up.
Obviously you will need a powerful enough generator. Check with your local utility and get a qualified electrician to install.
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