Top Generators for Sale
- Oct 07, 2019
When it comes to generators, there are a lot of options on the market. Just to show you the range of choice you have, we figured we would put together a guide to some of the top generators for sale. This is not a ‘complete’ guide. There are other options out there, but we are confident in saying that if you opt for something from this list, you will end up with a generator that works…and works incredibly well at that.
This 1500W gas generator has the largest fuel tank in the industry, but it is also one of the most portable generators too. It can run for about 10-hours on half a tank of fuel, which means that it is perfect for those who need both temporary power and something a bit longer term. While it is not completely silent, it runs at a shade over 60 decibels, which means that it is one of the quieter gas-powered generators on the market.
Honda 662250 Inverter Generator
If you are looking for the top generators for sale, you need to pay attention to products from Honda. They run dreadfully quiet. In fact, many people have picked up this particular inverter generator for use at night. Your neighbors won’t be able to hear a thing! It runs at 2,200W, and barely needs any ventilation space to work, which means it can be used safely indoors.
Champion 3500W Portable Generator
Champion may not necessarily be the first brand that springs to mind when people talk about top generators for sale, but they should be. This particular generator is able to keep pumping out 3500W for around 12-hours. There are very few generators which are as fuel efficient as this. It is a big noisier than other options on the market, though. This particular generator has been designed for use in colder climates. No matter how cold it gets outside, you should be able to run this. This makes it perfect for ‘back up’ power.
Ryobi Bluetooth 2,300W Gasoline Inverter
This is an incredibly sophisticated generator. It comes with an LCD screen which tells you all the information you need to know about fuel level and the amount of runtime you have left at the current load. This takes a lot of the guesswork out of running a generator. If you fancy something a bit more technical, you can also look at the ‘stats’ on your smartphone too!