Powerbuilt 2000 Watt Portable Inverter Generator

Powerbuilt 2000 Watt Portable Inverter Generator

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Powerbuilt 2000 Watt Portable Inverter Generator

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MSRP: $699.99


BRAND: Powerbuilt
SKU: 941564
  • Easy start, quiet, lightweight, portable and efficient
  • QUIET 53-56 dBa noise output ideal for campgrounds
  • Two 120 Volt GFCI protected outlets and two USB outlets
  • Clean power output safely powers sensitive electronics like satellite dishes and game consoles



Here's what one owner has to say about the Powerbuilt Inverter Generator:

"Powerbuilt beats the Honda for starting. They both start on the first pull, but the Powerbuilt has a much lighter pull. The even more amazing aspect is the sound. Everyone buys Honda because they are so much quieter; well they have met their match. Without the economy mode on, the Honda sits around 76 dB while the powerbuilt is around 72dB. That might not sound like a huge difference, but it is noticeable especially when you are trying to run it at night in a popular campsite and you don’t want to be “that guy” with the loud generator."

The Powerbuilt 2000 Watt Portable Inverter Generator is a quiet, powerful companion for camping, tailgating, hunting, parks, beaches and road trips. Fire it up anytime you need a boost of portable power that won't break your back to carry or bother the neighbors with noise.

There's 2000 surge watts and 1600 running watts on tap - enough to power TV, DVD player, satellite, small appliances and power tools. Two GFCI 120V outlets and dual USB outlets provide ample connections. And with Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) less than 3%, you can safely power laptops and other sensitive electronics.

Need more power? Run two units in parallel (cable available separately part no.#692529) to generate 3,000 running watts.

Quiet and portable - ideal for campsites and recreational use
53-56 dBa decible noise output
Clean Power, less than 3% THD for use with sensitive electronics
46 lbs dry weight for easy carrying
Dual 120 Volt GFCI protected outlets and dual USB outlets
Economy switch for increased fuel efficiency
Clean-burning 4 stroke engine
Easy pull start
2 year warranty

AC Rated Output: 1600
AC Maximum Watts: 2000
AC Voltage: 120 Volt
AC Frequency 60Hz
Engine Type: 4 Stroke OHV
Displacement 79cc
Low Oil Shutdown
Fuel Tank Capacity: 1.2 Gallons
Runtime @25% Load: 9 Hours
Runtime @ 50% Load: 7 Hours
Dry Weight: 46 Lbs
AC Output: 2x 120V GFCI Duplex 2x USB
Starting System: Recoil
Approval: EPA & CARB
Warranty: 2 Year Limited


UPC 028907483184
MPN 941564
Package Height 20.375 "
Package Length 14.000 "
Package Width 21.750 "
Weight 55.12 lbs
Warranty 2 year


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Awesome Review by Sheila E.
Who needs a honda when you can get this for half the price (Posted on 9/26/16)
Better than Honda at half the price! Review by David A.
I put this generator to the test against a equivalent Honda a friend of mine has. I must say the claim that it starts easier and is a little quieter are true and the best part it was almost a third the price! I filled mine with 10W-30 full synthetic motor oil, capacity is just less than half a quart so it is worth the extra $ for the protection of the engine. I love this generator and thank you to toolsmithdirect for selling this at a great price!
(Posted on 9/21/16)
Works Very Well Review by John A.
Compared to the overpriced Honda which are bullet-proof in a maritime environment, the Powerbuilt is a great alternative. It is fuel efficient, starts easily, and is extremely quiet in the eco mode. We liked the first one so much for the boat, I bought another to keep at the house. At $450 on sale, they half the cost of a Honda in the same class. (Posted on 9/19/16)
Watch out!! Powerbuilt has a generator Review by R. Sandoval
When you firsts open the box, it has quality written all over it. The unit is light weight and carries pretty balanced. The plastic covering looks and feels pretty sturdy and has a comfortable handle . The spark plug is easy to get too for service, no more cut hands. The starting procedure is straight forward, no ritual dances and swearing involved. Actually the unit has a very light pull making it easy for almost anyone to start it. I got it to run about 4.5 hours, but I really had it under load to test the capabilities.powered almost everything on the rv trailer except the Ac.. TV's, small appliances and of course the laptop for those play / work weekends. The USB outlets are pretty nice too. For the money you pay for this, it is a mighty tough machine.. should cost more but it beats the Honda price wise by a couple hundred $$. My only concern with all the plastic body was heat. it does a pretty good job of keeping the heat away from you, but I was fearing the generator might overheat in our hot valley and desert summers. So far I have run it on 100 degree days and she was still running. I feel this is a great small portable unit great for job sites, tailgating, camping, and as a back up emergency power source for natural disasters. Take a look. (Posted on 8/31/16)
Honda has some competition! Review by Judd Zimmerman
My first impressions are very high. I am an operations manager for the Utah High School Cycling League. I am comparing it to the generators we already use on a regular basis. At every race we are running a Honda EU2001i, Smarter Tools AP2000i, and a Generac iX2000. For size and weight, they are all close enough that comparing them would be pointless, other than the Generac is bigger and more space-age looking. The biggest difference between the powerbuilt and the others is in sound and starting. The Generac is by far the loudest and most difficult to start followed by the Smarter Tools. The surprising thing is that the powerbuilt beats the Honda for starting. They both start on the first pull, but the Powerbuilt is around 72dB. That might not sound like a huge difference, but it is noticeable especially when you are trying to run it at night in a popular campsite and you don’t want to be “that guy” with the loud generator. With economy on, the Honda does get a bit quieter, dropping to around 66dB while the Powerbuilt drops to about 68dB. While the 4 dB difference with eco mode off is noticeable, the 2dB difference in eco mode is not. I didn't even bother to check the others because they are much louder in both modes, especially the Generac. Now for price; you can pick up the Generac at Home Depot for $589 and the Smarter Tools at Sam’s Club for $599. The Powerbuilt comes in at $699 and the Honda rounds it out at $999 at Home Depot. I gave it 5 stars across the board because it beats the Honda on Starting and price and is equal or better on sound. It also has two 12v/USB ports and like the Honda if you need more power you can connect 2 and run them parallel. In my opinion this is a no-brainer. Spend a little more for something nicer than both the Generac and the Smarter Tools models, yet get the quality of the Honda for much less. So if you are in the market for a new generator seriously consider this powerbuilt and save yourself $300 over the Honda. (Posted on 8/4/16)

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