Note: I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. Sportsman generators come in virtually every flavor you could want – inverter, gasoline, LP gas, dual fuel, and even tri-fuel. Many, if not all, of the Sportsman portable generators are suitable for home and sporting use, and several of the larger models are … Read moreSportsman Generators Review: Something for Everyone
Note: I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. The Generac GP series of portable generators spans a wide range of power levels. There are over 10 models (depending on how you count) in this line, with the largest model giving you over 10 times the power of the smallest. In this … Read moreGenerac GP Series Portable Generators: Because One Size Does Not Fit All
Note: I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. Wacker Neuson portable generators are what you what if you need power at a jobsite. Sure, you could use them at home too, but they are intended to really shine on the job. The four models I examine here are really quite similar … Read moreWacker Neuson Portable Generators: 4 Small to Medium Sized Models Built to Last
Note: I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. DeWalt specializes in portable generators for the professional contractor or the rental operator, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use a DeWalt portable generator at home too. If it’s good enough for the pros, it’s great for you. In this review of DeWalt … Read moreDeWalt Portable Generator Review: Professional Quality for Your Home
Note: I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. Mi-T-M, which I suppose is pronounced, “Mighty M”, makes many types of power equipment. Among their productions are the Mi-T-M 3000W and 5000W gas generators that you might be interested in. Mi-T-M is located in a small town in Iowa called Peosta, which … Read moreMi-T-M 3000W and 5000W Gas Generators Review: Honda, Kohler, or Subaru?