Note: I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. Powerhorse portable generators (not to be confused with Powerhouse generators) are marketed by Northern Tool + Equipment. They offer a full line of generators ranging from 2500 watts all the way up to 13,000 watts. I should mention up front that Powerhorse generators … Read morePowerhorse Portable Generators Review: Hard to Find, Worth the Search?
Note: I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. Okay, this first part has nothing to do with the WEN generators themselves or their quality (which is fine), but I have a problem with the WEN website and it’s attempt at…humor? Bear with me or just scroll down to where the review … Read moreWEN Portable Generators Review: When Enough Is Too Much
Note: I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. Powerhouse (not to be confused with Powerhorse from Northern Tool) makes a full line of portable generators. In this review and overview, I’ll look at four of them at the lower end of the power spectrum. In general, you won’t shell out as … Read morePowerhouse Portable Generators Review: Not Worth the Price?
Note: I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. Champion makes a lot of models of portable generators. A lot. They sell a lot of them too and for good reason. Based on reviews, that I’ll mention more about later, they are highly rated by users. There are far too many models … Read moreChampion Portable Generators Review: Variety Must Be a Spice
Note: I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. Kipor portable generators are yellow. I suppose this is partly to distinguish them from other popular brands that are primarily red (Honda) and blue (Yamaha). Kipor (pronounced, kee-pore) assigns the name Sinemaster to their line of digital inverter generators. They probably had the … Read moreKipor Portable Generators Review: Without Equal?