All it takes is a wind or a semi-strong storm to leave your accommodation without lighting, without wifi, without air conditioning… and more generally without electricity. Residents of suburban and rural areas know these drawbacks all too well, unless they have prepared in advance by purchasing a home generator. If you don’t have one ready to go, now’s your chance, because one of our favorites is heavily discounted right now.
Champion’s 5500 Watt Dual Fuel Portable Generator with Wheel Kit is currently on sale at Amazon for 35% off. This backup power source was designed to run on gasoline or propane, so it gives you more options in the event of a fire going out than your average single-fuel model. (This is especially handy when gas shortages occur following a regional storm.) Our testing team found it very easy to switch between the two. Although the generator will start equally well on either fuel, it should be noted that running and starting watts will be reduced slightly if you are using propane.
As detailed by our test team, the Champion generator can run all of these appliances simultaneously (but keep in mind this is just a list of examples): a refrigerator, a microwave, a Keurig machine, 10,000 BTU air conditioner, four CFL lights, LCD TV, laptop, and heater. And that would not Want all of these essentials to work when the city grid is down?
The generator has a digital gauge that displays the voltage, the frequency of the current generated and the total number of hours of use. However, it does not have a fuel gauge. Still, it makes a solid option for your home, as well as larger RVs and RVs, and is ideal for use on job sites.
You can purchase the Champion Generator, which includes the 35% off offer, on Amazon. It usually retails for $1,166, but the sale will bring it to your doorstep for $753.32. Your purchase also includes a 3-year limited warranty with free lifetime technical support from experts.
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