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Sportsman 2200 Watt Dual Fuel Inverter Generator for Sensitive Electronics

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Walmart # 565520412
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Product Highlights

  • Emits clean, stable and reliable power safe for sensitive devices
  • Compact, lightweight size is perfect for easy mobility
  • 2200 starting watts and 1800 running watts
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<p>Continue to power your electronic devices even when there's no outlet available when you have the Sportsman 2200-watt Dual Fuel Inverter Generator for Sensitive Electronics. Whether for tailgating or camping, it has the power and flexibility to handle the task. Safely charge and run your phone, computer, television and more using either unleaded gasoline or propane gas as a fuel source. With this dual fuel ability, you can use whichever is more easily available or affordable. The sine wave power of the 2200-watt inverter generator delivers clean, stable and reliable power, making it safe for use with sensitive electronics. You won't have to leave your tablets, computers and televisions at home. It is equipped with two 120V AC outlets, one 12V DC outlet for battery charging and a dedicated USB port for charging electronic devices. </p>

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Continue to power your electronic devices even when there's no outlet available when you have the Sportsman 2200-watt Dual Fuel Inverter Generator for Sensitive Electronics. Whether for tailgating or camping, it has the power and flexibility to handle the task. Safely charge and run your phone, computer, television and more using either unleaded gasoline or propane gas as a fuel source. With this dual fuel ability, you can use whichever is more easily available or affordable. The sine wave power of the 2200-watt inverter generator delivers clean, stable and reliable power, making it safe for use with sensitive electronics. You won't have to leave your tablets, computers and televisions at home. It is equipped with two 120V AC outlets, one 12V DC outlet for battery charging and a dedicated USB port for charging electronic devices.

With a 50 percent load, the Sportsman dual fuel inverter generator can run for seven hours on a full tank of gasoline and 18 hours with a full tank of propane. A 5' propane fuel hose with a regulator is included, so you can get the generator up and running quickly and easily. It also comes with a parallel power port terminal that allows the user to chain multiple generators together to increase the total output power.

Sportsman 2200-watt Dual Fuel Inverter Generator for Sensitive Electronics:

  • 2200 peak surge watts
  • 1800 surge watts rated running watts
  • Generator utilizes either unleaded gasoline or LPG propane gas as a fuel source
  • Sine wave gives clean, stable voltage, and reliable power for sensitive electronics
  • Run time at 50% load: 7 hours with a full gas tank or 18 hours with a full propane tank
  • Compact size and weight make this 2200-watt inverter generator easy for travel and transport
  • Two 120V AC outlets
  • One 12V DC outlet for battery charging
  • Dedicated USB terminal for charging electronics
  • 3HP direct fuel, 4-stroke OHV engine, recoil start, 79.7cc
  • 4650 RPM; decibel rating less than 53 dB with no load at 23'
  • Sportsman dual fuel inverter generator is UL listed
  • 1-gallon fuel tank, 12-oz oil capacity
  • Parallel power kit sold separately
  • Comes with a 5' regulator hose kit, set of DC connectors for charging 12-volt automotive-type batteries, funnel for adding oil, spark plug wrench, T-type wrench, sockets and crosshead screwdriver EPA approved
  • Non-CARB compliant; not for sale in California
  • Surge/running watts may be reduced 10% when using propane
  • High altitude use: Sportsman dual fuel inverter generator is not recommended for high altitude use above 3,000'

Warnings:

proposition 65 reasons:titanium dioxide, other chemicals

WARNING: California Proposition 65. Engine exhaust and some of its constituents are known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Specifications

Manufacturer
Buffalo Corp
Watts
2200 Watts
Price Per Unit UOM
Each
Multipack Quantity
1
Model
GEN2200DFI
Fuel Type
Dual Fuel
Brand
Sportsman
Number of Customer Ratings
388
PPU Quantity of Units
1.0000 Each
UPC
027077082340
Product Name
Sportsman 2200 Watt Dual Fuel Inverter Generator for Sensitive Electronics
Recommended Location
Outdoor
Manufacturer Part Number
GEN2200DFI
Accessories Included
Spark Plug Wrench, 5' LP Regulator hose, DC Cables for charging 12 Volt Batteries, Crosshead Screwdriver, T Type Wrench
Power Type
Gas
Features
No features description available
Assembled Product Weight
48 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
21.00 x 12.00 x 20.00 Inches

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Average Rating:(4.4)out of 5 stars
5 stars
268
4 stars
64
3 stars
14
2 stars
8
1 star
34
Most helpful positive review
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Good truck Generator.
Bought this to keep in my truck because I don’t want to have the gas smell. Going to use it exclusively on propane unless an emergency requires me to do otherwise. I tested it out on propane using a very large shop vacuum. The unit runs beautifully and handled the startup loads perfectly. I’m looking forward to keeping this in my truck for emergency power.
Most helpful negative review
1 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
Sounded like it was rattling to pieces
I have the Sportsman 1000 Inverter generator and love it. I had high expectations for the 2200. Received the package, double boxed, without any damage. I was surprised when I pulled the generator out of the box to find one of the side covers with a hole and a big crack. All this was behind styrofoam which had no damage. It's like it was packaged in China with the damage. I contacted the manufacturer and they would replace the broke part, so I was planning on keeping it. I put oil and gas in it, and it started after a few pulls. I let it run for about 30 minutes with no load. I then added a small load. I could hear a rattling noise coming from the either the engine or the generator part. After about 15 minutes I put about a 1500 watt load. The rattling got really loud. I had the side covers off, and the generator as a whole was extremely loud for an inverter, but the rattling just did not sound right. I drained the oil, and it had a strange color. I let the oil sit for a week in a clear container, and the oil stayed that way, though I did not find any metal shaving in the bottom of the container when I recycled the oil. I returned the generator to Sam's. In short, the generator started easy, handled about 1800 watts with no issue, and the manufacturer support was excellent. However, I just could not keep it with that rattling noise.
Most helpful positive review
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Good truck Generator.
Bought this to keep in my truck because I don’t want to have the gas smell. Going to use it exclusively on propane unless an emergency requires me to do otherwise. I tested it out on propane using a very large shop vacuum. The unit runs beautifully and handled the startup loads perfectly. I’m looking forward to keeping this in my truck for emergency power.
Most helpful negative review
1 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
Sounded like it was rattling to pieces
I have the Sportsman 1000 Inverter generator and love it. I had high expectations for the 2200. Received the package, double boxed, without any damage. I was surprised when I pulled the generator out of the box to find one of the side covers with a hole and a big crack. All this was behind styrofoam which had no damage. It's like it was packaged in China with the damage. I contacted the manufacturer and they would replace the broke part, so I was planning on keeping it. I put oil and gas in it, and it started after a few pulls. I let it run for about 30 minutes with no load. I then added a small load. I could hear a rattling noise coming from the either the engine or the generator part. After about 15 minutes I put about a 1500 watt load. The rattling got really loud. I had the side covers off, and the generator as a whole was extremely loud for an inverter, but the rattling just did not sound right. I drained the oil, and it had a strange color. I let the oil sit for a week in a clear container, and the oil stayed that way, though I did not find any metal shaving in the bottom of the container when I recycled the oil. I returned the generator to Sam's. In short, the generator started easy, handled about 1800 watts with no issue, and the manufacturer support was excellent. However, I just could not keep it with that rattling noise.
Bought this to keep in my truck because I don’t want to have the gas smell. Going to use it exclusively on propane unless an emergency requires me to do otherwise. I tested it out on propane using a very large shop vacuum. The unit runs beautifully and handled the startup loads perfectly. I’m looking forward to keeping this in my truck for emergency power.
I have the Sportsman 1000 Inverter generator and love it. I had high expectations for the 2200. Received the package, double boxed, without any damage. I was surprised when I pulled the generator out of the box to find one of the side covers with a hole and a big crack. All this was behind styrofoam which had no damage. It's like it was packaged in China with the damage. I contacted the manufacturer and they would replace the broke part, so I was planning on keeping it. I put oil and gas in it, and it started after a few pulls. I let it run for about 30 minutes with no load. I then added a small load. I could hear a rattling noise coming from the either the engine or the generator part. After about 15 minutes I put about a 1500 watt load. The rattling got really loud. I had the side covers off, and the generator as a whole was extremely loud for an inverter, but the rattling just did not sound right. I drained the oil, and it had a strange color. I let the oil sit for a week in a clear container, and the oil stayed that way, though I did not find any metal shaving in the bottom of the container when I recycled the oil. I returned the generator to Sam's. In short, the generator started easy, handled about 1800 watts with no issue, and the manufacturer support was excellent. However, I just could not keep it with that rattling noise.

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1-5 of 388 reviews
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Good truck Generator.

Verified purchase

Bought this to keep in my truck because I don’t want to have the gas smell. Going to use it exclusively on propane unless an emergency requires me to do otherwise. I tested it out on propane using a very large shop vacuum. The unit runs beautifully and handled the startup loads perfectly. I’m looking forward to keeping this in my truck for emergency power.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Great little generator.

Verified purchase

Very quiet. Easy to start. Run time for me was 7 hours for me without running out of fuel. The only thing I dislike is putting in oil, you must take out 4 screws to get to it. Also primer bulb. But the price was very good. I have a friend that has a Honda 1000 and this generator is just as quiet.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Buy it!!!

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7.4 amps times 115 volts equals 851 watts and this little Genny can run a fridge that requires these many watts. If a hurricane happens this year in Florida we'll have cold food and we'll be making ice. Thanks sportsman and Walmart for this lightweight machine. It weighs as much as a case of beer, unbelievable.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Great little Inverter.

I purchased this after Hurricane Michael 2 years ago. I was out of power for almost 2 weeks. It still runs great and starts right up every time. I use only ethanol free gas in it. It is lightweight for someone my age (72). It will run my internet router, a fan, a tv, and a few other small things very well. I even tried running a small window air conditioner and it did it great. it does not burn a lot of gas like a bigger one does. It is pretty quiet compared to a bigger unit. I was afraid it might not hold up but it has and i am very pleased with it.

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Great

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Great product

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by ericJune 18, 2017


1. Yes, you can power up to 1000 watts of appliance.
by CommunityAnswer
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2. Unlikely. Starting current would exceed maximum.
by Thaumaturge
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3. Maybe a very small &quot;dorm&quot; fridge, but not a full sized one.
by Thaumaturge
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4. This will not run a 900 watt microwave oven. these so called &quot; 900 &quot; watt microwave cookers draw more the 1400 watts, step up to at least 2000 watt unit..
by warmwaterjack
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5. No, that is &quot;cooking&quot; power, it actually runs at higher wattages, between 1300 and 1500 watts.
by Tony
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Last answer: June 23, 2017

by MattJune 11, 2017


1. It can charge 12v @4 amps but this should only be used for emergency jump starting. to charge coach batteries just plug in a decent 110 battery charger and use that to charge at higher amperage
by cmbk
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2. I used a 110V battery charger because the 12V charger on the generator kept tripping the breaker on full or economy mode.
by FoolOnTheHill
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3. Yes
by leescreeklodge
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Last answer: June 13, 2017

by SassyItaliana505June 16, 2017


1. Depends, could last 8 hours, could last 4 hours. depends on the load applied. the more load, the shorter the run time.
by Ladrigan
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2. Depends on load. Running very light load (&lt;200 watts) will run up to 12 hours in economy mode. Tank only holds just over half gallon.
by Thaumaturge
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3. About 6.5 hr per full tank .55gal.
by leescreeklodge
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Last answer: June 25, 2017

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