This generator from Jackery is a portable power station that can run up to eight devices at once.
– Can be used with car outlets, wall outlets, or solar panels
– Can charge devices while it’s being charged
– Includes revolutionized MPPT technology that provides higher conversion charging efficiency
– Offers solar capabilities but doesn’t include solar panels
– Not approved for stowing during airline travel
This portable generator from Westinghouse has a push-button start as well as a remote-start key fob.
– Comes with a tool kit for setup and maintenance
– Comes with a key fob that works from as far as 260 feet away
– Has a fuel gauge and automatic low-oil shut-off function for maintenance reminders
– Can’t be fitted for an automatic start/stop timer
– Can’t be shipped to Alaska
Thanks to its inverter design, the Champion Power Equipment Open-Frame Inverter is 50% quieter and 20% lighter than other models on the market.
– Provides clean electricity with its economy mode
– Designed with covered GFCI outlets to protect against the elements and electrical shock
– Includes battery charging cables for your convenience
– Doesn’t include a wheel kit
– Generates less electricity in high-altitude areas
Offering 10,500 watts of power, the DuroMax Electric-Start Generator can easily handle heavy loads, such as lights, refrigerators, and air conditioning units.
– Features a push-button start for quick and easy use
– Keeps you informed with its digital volt meter and low-oil sensor
– Uses all copper windings for more power and longer life
– Weighs 227 pounds
– Costs the most out of the models in this guide
Built with idle control and a full power panel, the DuroStar Gas-Powered Portable Generator is designed to save fuel, reduce noise, and offer maximum outlet compatibility.
– Features a powerful engine that can run your whole house
– Has integrated MX2 technology that lets you utilize the 120- and 240-volt outlets simultaneously or the 120-volt outlet at full power
– Includes a wheel kit, a tool set, DC cables, a spark plug wrench, and an oil funnel
– Can’t operate on a fuel/oil mix
– Doesn’t have a remote start up option