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Sportsman 154NB 2000W Portable Generator

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Sportsman 154NB 2000W Portable Generator
The Sportsman 2,000W Generator is a great solution for recreational activities as well as for temporary power supply in case of power outages. This 2,000W unit is the perfect size to take for that weekend getaway, to tailgate the game at the stadium or in case you need some temporary power in an emergency situation. Ideal for hunters and campers running portable TVs, radio, small stoves, grills, and other small appliances.
  • Portable generator
  • Power: 2,000W peak/1,500W rated
  • 4-Stroke OHV engine, recoil start
  • 2.8 Horsepower gasoline engine
  • One 120V A/C outlet
  • One 12V D/C outlet
  • Gas tank: 1.8 gallons
  • Engine run time: 11 hours at 50% load
  • Requires one 12V battery (not included).
  • Weighs 52 lbs.
  • 18.5"L x 14.5"W x 15"H
  • Assembly required
  • Color: green
  • Click here for product manual for Sportsman 154NB 2000W Portable Generator (PDF)
  • Made in China
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90-Day Warranty

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Sportsman 154NB 2000W Portable Generator
 
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4.0

GEN 154 does not require a 12 Volt batt

By SDA

from Mason, MI

About Me Casual User

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Pros

  • Can run overnight
  • Does not use much gas
  • Easy to Use
  • Good Value
  • Reliable

Cons

  • Only 1500 running watts

Best Uses

  • Camping
  • Emergency power back-up

Comments about Sportsman 154NB 2000W Portable Generator:

In the specs in this Meijer ad it says needs a 12 volt battery.. I have the same model actually 2 of them.. This unit does not need a 12 volt battery it CHARGEs a 12 volt battery it has the charging cables included in addition to being a running 1500 watt (12.5 amp) and 2000 watt surge (16.67 amp). It only uses 3 to 4 gallons of gas a day.. Compare that to the larger 3000 watt or larger generators that go through that much in 8 hours. It has all the power you need in an emergency power outage. Can power the fridge and a small AC at the same time. Can power a water or sump pump. I bought a 3 way lighted spliter and run a line to the water pump another to the fridge and the third to an power strip to AC and lights. I just swap out the fridge and AC if I need to use the water pump. Works great...

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