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Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black
Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black
Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black
Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black
Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black
Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black

Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black

Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black
Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black
Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black
Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black
Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black
Pulsar Non-CARB 10,000W Dual Fuel Switch & Go Technology & Electric Start portable generator, Black
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Features

  • 10, 000W peak 8000W rated (gas)/ 9000W peak 7000W rated (LPG)
  • The powerful 420cc, 4-stroke, OHV, air cooled Engine is protected by a durable powder coated Steel frame
  • A large 6. 6 gallon fuel tank give you up to 12 hours of continuous operation at half load when running on gasoline
  • Switch & go technology allow for seamless transitioning between LPG and gasoline fuel sources while still in operation
  • Electric push start with recoil backup make start-up quick and easy, so you can get up and running with less hassle

Description

Pulsar PG10000B16 dual fuel portable generator was built to keep you out of the dark during the next power outage. The dual fuel feature with the ability to run on gasoline or liquid propane to provide you with more options & peace of mind in the event of a natural disaster. It’s 420cc 15HP single cylinder, 4 Stroke, OHV engine produces 10, 000 peak/8, 000 running gas & 9, 000 peak/7, 000 running LPG & is capable ofup to 12 hours of operation on a half load. The extended run-time & Output make it an ideal source of backup power for running large appliances & other electronic devices, so you can comfortably weather The Storm. The pg10000b16’s convenient switch & go technology allows you to seamlessly transition between fuel sources while in use without you missing a beat. It’s durable steel frame, never-flat wheels, & convenient drop-down handles make storage & maneuvering easier than ever. When you need the convenience of portability & the power to perform, the Pulsar PG10000B16 has you covered!


Product Dimensions 28.5 x 22.2 x 21.8 inches


Item Weight 209 pounds


Manufacturer Pulsar


ASIN B01MS7H5KX


UNSPSC Code 26111600


Item model number PG10000B16


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 128 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #44,634 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #98 in Outdoor Generators


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


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Features

  • 10, 000W peak 8000W rated (gas)/ 9000W peak 7000W rated (LPG)
  • The powerful 420cc, 4-stroke, OHV, air cooled Engine is protected by a durable powder coated Steel frame
  • A large 6. 6 gallon fuel tank give you up to 12 hours of continuous operation at half load when running on gasoline
  • Switch & go technology allow for seamless transitioning between LPG and gasoline fuel sources while still in operation
  • Electric push start with recoil backup make start-up quick and easy, so you can get up and running with less hassle

Description

Pulsar PG10000B16 dual fuel portable generator was built to keep you out of the dark during the next power outage. The dual fuel feature with the ability to run on gasoline or liquid propane to provide you with more options & peace of mind in the event of a natural disaster. It’s 420cc 15HP single cylinder, 4 Stroke, OHV engine produces 10, 000 peak/8, 000 running gas & 9, 000 peak/7, 000 running LPG & is capable ofup to 12 hours of operation on a half load. The extended run-time & Output make it an ideal source of backup power for running large appliances & other electronic devices, so you can comfortably weather The Storm. The pg10000b16’s convenient switch & go technology allows you to seamlessly transition between fuel sources while in use without you missing a beat. It’s durable steel frame, never-flat wheels, & convenient drop-down handles make storage & maneuvering easier than ever. When you need the convenience of portability & the power to perform, the Pulsar PG10000B16 has you covered!


Product Dimensions 28.5 x 22.2 x 21.8 inches


Item Weight 209 pounds


Manufacturer Pulsar


ASIN B01MS7H5KX


UNSPSC Code 26111600


Item model number PG10000B16


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 128 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #44,634 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #98 in Outdoor Generators


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 10, 000W peak 8000W rated (gas)/ 9000W peak 7000W rated (LPG)
  • The powerful 420cc, 4-stroke, OHV, air cooled Engine is protected by a durable powder coated Steel frame
  • A large 6. 6 gallon fuel tank give you up to 12 hours of continuous operation at half load when running on gasoline
  • Switch & go technology allow for seamless transitioning between LPG and gasoline fuel sources while still in operation
  • Electric push start with recoil backup make start-up quick and easy, so you can get up and running with less hassle

Description

Pulsar PG10000B16 dual fuel portable generator was built to keep you out of the dark during the next power outage. The dual fuel feature with the ability to run on gasoline or liquid propane to provide you with more options & peace of mind in the event of a natural disaster. It’s 420cc 15HP single cylinder, 4 Stroke, OHV engine produces 10, 000 peak/8, 000 running gas & 9, 000 peak/7, 000 running LPG & is capable ofup to 12 hours of operation on a half load. The extended run-time & Output make it an ideal source of backup power for running large appliances & other electronic devices, so you can comfortably weather The Storm. The pg10000b16’s convenient switch & go technology allows you to seamlessly transition between fuel sources while in use without you missing a beat. It’s durable steel frame, never-flat wheels, & convenient drop-down handles make storage & maneuvering easier than ever. When you need the convenience of portability & the power to perform, the Pulsar PG10000B16 has you covered!


Product Dimensions 28.5 x 22.2 x 21.8 inches


Item Weight 209 pounds


Manufacturer Pulsar


ASIN B01MS7H5KX


UNSPSC Code 26111600


Item model number PG10000B16


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 128 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #44,634 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #98 in Outdoor Generators


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


abunda_amazon_reviews 12/16/2017 I just got a new one. I got it to work with propane and it is cool. BUT the electric start won’t work. The gasoline also works fine , just that I need to use the manual pull start which is a pain. Called support and they think the solenoid which powers the electric starter is bust. The quality control on this product before it got shipped out is way below expectation for a product that cost me close to a thousand bucks. 1/10/2018 I am waiting for a few weeks now to get the replacement parts from the support folks. I had to call Pulsar again to remind them to send the parts which they forgot to send. 1/31/2018 They sent me a new starter kit, not just the solenoid. I had to spend a hour fixing the new solenoid. Even now the e-start wont work. Called Support, now they are going to send me a new battery. 2/25/2018 They sent me a new battery which turned out to be an incorrect model. But the one they sent does start the e-start feature. Now waiting for the correct model of the battery, three months after purchase. All said, it powers up my home when it runs . But for all the initial troubles of getting the e-start to work, I plan to keep it. 3/9/2018 - The march Nor'easter caused outage for the past day and a half. The generator has been working great and powering our home for the past 36 hours and still running as the outage continues... A full tank of gas (6.6 G) gave 18 hours of run time (2 refrigerators, furnace, a few lamps and last but not the least, the internet and computers).;;Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Came broken - electric start didn't work. Now it is working great.;;xyzzy2005;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2DXY34RTGV9BE/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01MS7H5KX;;;So far I love everything about this generator! Best generator I've ever had. Just got it delivered from a professional freight company because of its weight,(just over 200 lbs), and it was delivered with no deficits or flaws! I read some of the negative reviews, but I can't find any reason not to love this unit. I bought this to have back up for my home and was really brought in because of its dual fuel option. I've used both fuels and it runs beautiful on both! Of course you lose 1000 watts with the propane, but look at how economical the propane is. A great generator for under 1000 bucks with a battery included, (which was fully charged), what more could you want!!! Very, very, Happy! Thanks!;;Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;So far I love everything about this generator;;conal j blanchard;;/gp/customer-reviews/R3FYRQ5C55MRPX/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01MS7H5KX;;;Lowering this rating down from 5 stars due to a newly discovered issue regarding quality of power produced. I have several things in my home running on Uninterruptible Power Supplies (APC Back-UPS XS 1300s), mainly my Internet Connections, Routers, Primary Workstation (I work from home), and also my Satellite TV and primary television. The UPS's provide me with plenty of run-time and prevent work interruptions due to the all too common short (1-5 second) power outages we see out here in the country. In the event of an extended outage, they provide me plenty of time to get cords run, the generator fired up and get the UPS's along with some other household items such as refrigerator/freezer a few lights, a couple fans powered by the generator. By no means am I overloading the generator with the minimal things I maintain when power goes down. Here is the problem! The power that this unit produces apparently is either not very clean or slightly insufficient. During a recent 9 hour outage, the power being produced by this unit would not consistently and properly allow the UPS's to maintain their batteries. The input power on the UPS's, when hooked up to the generator was showing 118-119 volts with fluctuations slightly below that, whereas under normal utility provided power, they usually read 121-122 volts. When I checked the voltage meter on the generator, it was showing 237-238 volts, instead of 240, which indicated that the readings on the UPS's were accurate. The result was that after about 5 hours or so, anything running on the UPS's began to shut down because the battery in the UPS was depleted and the UPS was not getting clean enough power to pass it directly to the items plugged into the UPS. The items on the UPS's would have power while the input voltage was reading 118-119 volts, but all of the UPS's would intermittently display themselves as offline due to power levels dropping. Therefore, once the batteries were fully depleted, the items being protected were losing power. Since those protected items had lost power several times, I ended up having to run those items directly to the generator and feed them "dirty" generator power, while allowing the UPS's to intermittently charge whenever the provided power level was high enough. VERY DISAPPOINTING as a home backup unit! May end up using this strictly as a "field generator" for work out on the property and other remote locations... then bite the bullet for a good diesel or propane Generac for emergency power for the house. Initial review text: Have only used this a couple times so far, and only on Propane, so, I can't speak for its longevity or gasoline operation. Used it on a couple of occasions to provide electricity for hand power tools and a Hobart Handler 140 Welder, working on / repairing fencing out in my pastures. Running on Propane, it fires up as expected and performs well. One reason I went with a Dual Fuel generator was that if required, I can provide fuel to it via the propane connection to the house (a 500 gallon tank), and not have to worry about making sure that gasoline isn't getting old and gumming up the carburetor.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Dual Fuel is a great feature, but slightly inconsistent power output.;;NorthTxRaider;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1IPOISC8MT2PQ/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01MS7H5KX;;;Works great. Runs everything in my 42 ft. fifth wheel. Runs 14-15 hours on a 30lb propane bottle and 12 hours on a full tank of gasoline. I would have given it 5 stars except for the fact that the solenoid is a bit troublesome. Have to repeatedly push the start button then it will free up and kick in the starter. MAY have to do with moisture. I have it covered but in the rainy weather, I had to tap the solenoid while pushing the button to free it up. Otherwise, it is great. A bit loud but with a make shift lean to, it cuts it 10 or so DB (77 vs 67). . I have over 600 Hours on it so far with several oil changes and a new E3 spark plug. It DOES use a little bit of oil which necessitates checking every day or two, but the thing does run at a pretty good rpm for 24-28 hours at a time!! I think for the money, i couldn't have done better. Would like it to be quieter but it IS one fifth the price (+/-) of a comparable Honda.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Powers my fifth wheeler reliably. Troublesome solenoid.;;fhedrickjr;;/gp/customer-reviews/R17KPPVPPZTKN4/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01MS7H5KX;;;This unit arrived by tractor trailer is good order driver very easy to work with I uncrated unit installed wheels and handels plus filled with oil in about 1/2 hour . Pulsar provided tools and extended oil funnel plus battery and regulator for propane with hose. I hooked up propane tank pushed start and generator fired right away all the readings on my volt meter were spot on. We plan to use a transfer switch and provide power to whole house as we get outages once or twice a year I have no doubt that this generator will do a good job to provide electric in a temporary outage.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Lot of Generator for the price;;jimmysmomanddad;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2OILGNNHAVA7R/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01MS7H5KX

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By xyzzy2005 - Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2017
Came broken - electric start didn't work. Now it is working great.
12/16/2017 I just got a new one. I got it to work with propane and it is cool. BUT the electric start won’t work. The gasoline also works fine , just that I need to use the manual pull start which is a pain. Called support and they think the solenoid which powers the electric starter is bust. The quality control on this product before it got shipped out is way below expectation for a product that cost me close to a thousand bucks. 1/10/2018 I am waiting for a few weeks now to get the replacement parts from the support folks. I had to call Pulsar again to remind them to send the parts which they forgot to send. 1/31/2018 They sent me a new starter kit, not just the solenoid. I had to spend a hour fixing the new solenoid. Even now the e-start wont work. Called Support, now they are going to send me a new battery. 2/25/2018 They sent me a new battery which turned out to be an incorrect model. But the one they sent does start the e-start feature. Now waiting for the correct model of the battery, three months after purchase. All said, it powers up my home when it runs . But for all the initial troubles of getting the e-start to work, I plan to keep it. 3/9/2018 - The march Nor'easter caused outage for the past day and a half. The generator has been working great and powering our home for the past 36 hours and still running as the outage continues... A full tank of gas (6.6 G) gave 18 hours of run time (2 refrigerators, furnace, a few lamps and last but not the least, the internet and computers).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By conal j blanchard - Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2018
So far I love everything about this generator
So far I love everything about this generator! Best generator I've ever had. Just got it delivered from a professional freight company because of its weight,(just over 200 lbs), and it was delivered with no deficits or flaws! I read some of the negative reviews, but I can't find any reason not to love this unit. I bought this to have back up for my home and was really brought in because of its dual fuel option. I've used both fuels and it runs beautiful on both! Of course you lose 1000 watts with the propane, but look at how economical the propane is. A great generator for under 1000 bucks with a battery included, (which was fully charged), what more could you want!!! Very, very, Happy! Thanks!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By NorthTxRaider - Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2018
Dual Fuel is a great feature, but slightly inconsistent power output.
Lowering this rating down from 5 stars due to a newly discovered issue regarding quality of power produced. I have several things in my home running on Uninterruptible Power Supplies (APC Back-UPS XS 1300s), mainly my Internet Connections, Routers, Primary Workstation (I work from home), and also my Satellite TV and primary television. The UPS's provide me with plenty of run-time and prevent work interruptions due to the all too common short (1-5 second) power outages we see out here in the country. In the event of an extended outage, they provide me plenty of time to get cords run, the generator fired up and get the UPS's along with some other household items such as refrigerator/freezer a few lights, a couple fans powered by the generator. By no means am I overloading the generator with the minimal things I maintain when power goes down. Here is the problem! The power that this unit produces apparently is either not very clean or slightly insufficient. During a recent 9 hour outage, the power being produced by this unit would not consistently and properly allow the UPS's to maintain their batteries. The input power on the UPS's, when hooked up to the generator was showing 118-119 volts with fluctuations slightly below that, whereas under normal utility provided power, they usually read 121-122 volts. When I checked the voltage meter on the generator, it was showing 237-238 volts, instead of 240, which indicated that the readings on the UPS's were accurate. The result was that after about 5 hours or so, anything running on the UPS's began to shut down because the battery in the UPS was depleted and the UPS was not getting clean enough power to pass it directly to the items plugged into the UPS. The items on the UPS's would have power while the input voltage was reading 118-119 volts, but all of the UPS's would intermittently display themselves as offline due to power levels dropping. Therefore, once the batteries were fully depleted, the items being protected were losing power. Since those protected items had lost power several times, I ended up having to run those items directly to the generator and feed them "dirty" generator power, while allowing the UPS's to intermittently charge whenever the provided power level was high enough. VERY DISAPPOINTING as a home backup unit! May end up using this strictly as a "field generator" for work out on the property and other remote locations... then bite the bullet for a good diesel or propane Generac for emergency power for the house. Initial review text: Have only used this a couple times so far, and only on Propane, so, I can't speak for its longevity or gasoline operation. Used it on a couple of occasions to provide electricity for hand power tools and a Hobart Handler 140 Welder, working on / repairing fencing out in my pastures. Running on Propane, it fires up as expected and performs well. One reason I went with a Dual Fuel generator was that if required, I can provide fuel to it via the propane connection to the house (a 500 gallon tank), and not have to worry about making sure that gasoline isn't getting old and gumming up the carburetor.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By fhedrickjr - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2018
Powers my fifth wheeler reliably. Troublesome solenoid.
Works great. Runs everything in my 42 ft. fifth wheel. Runs 14-15 hours on a 30lb propane bottle and 12 hours on a full tank of gasoline. I would have given it 5 stars except for the fact that the solenoid is a bit troublesome. Have to repeatedly push the start button then it will free up and kick in the starter. MAY have to do with moisture. I have it covered but in the rainy weather, I had to tap the solenoid while pushing the button to free it up. Otherwise, it is great. A bit loud but with a make shift lean to, it cuts it 10 or so DB (77 vs 67). . I have over 600 Hours on it so far with several oil changes and a new E3 spark plug. It DOES use a little bit of oil which necessitates checking every day or two, but the thing does run at a pretty good rpm for 24-28 hours at a time!! I think for the money, i couldn't have done better. Would like it to be quieter but it IS one fifth the price (+/-) of a comparable Honda.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By jimmysmomanddad - Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2018
Lot of Generator for the price
This unit arrived by tractor trailer is good order driver very easy to work with I uncrated unit installed wheels and handels plus filled with oil in about 1/2 hour . Pulsar provided tools and extended oil funnel plus battery and regulator for propane with hose. I hooked up propane tank pushed start and generator fired right away all the readings on my volt meter were spot on. We plan to use a transfer switch and provide power to whole house as we get outages once or twice a year I have no doubt that this generator will do a good job to provide electric in a temporary outage.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By xyzzy2005 - Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2017
Came broken - electric start didn't work. Now it is working great.
12/16/2017 I just got a new one. I got it to work with propane and it is cool. BUT the electric start won’t work. The gasoline also works fine , just that I need to use the manual pull start which is a pain. Called support and they think the solenoid which powers the electric starter is bust. The quality control on this product before it got shipped out is way below expectation for a product that cost me close to a thousand bucks. 1/10/2018 I am waiting for a few weeks now to get the replacement parts from the support folks. I had to call Pulsar again to remind them to send the parts which they forgot to send. 1/31/2018 They sent me a new starter kit, not just the solenoid. I had to spend a hour fixing the new solenoid. Even now the e-start wont work. Called Support, now they are going to send me a new battery. 2/25/2018 They sent me a new battery which turned out to be an incorrect model. But the one they sent does start the e-start feature. Now waiting for the correct model of the battery, three months after purchase. All said, it powers up my home when it runs . But for all the initial troubles of getting the e-start to work, I plan to keep it. 3/9/2018 - The march Nor'easter caused outage for the past day and a half. The generator has been working great and powering our home for the past 36 hours and still running as the outage continues... A full tank of gas (6.6 G) gave 18 hours of run time (2 refrigerators, furnace, a few lamps and last but not the least, the internet and computers).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By conal j blanchard - Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2018
So far I love everything about this generator
So far I love everything about this generator! Best generator I've ever had. Just got it delivered from a professional freight company because of its weight,(just over 200 lbs), and it was delivered with no deficits or flaws! I read some of the negative reviews, but I can't find any reason not to love this unit. I bought this to have back up for my home and was really brought in because of its dual fuel option. I've used both fuels and it runs beautiful on both! Of course you lose 1000 watts with the propane, but look at how economical the propane is. A great generator for under 1000 bucks with a battery included, (which was fully charged), what more could you want!!! Very, very, Happy! Thanks!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By NorthTxRaider - Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2018
Dual Fuel is a great feature, but slightly inconsistent power output.
Lowering this rating down from 5 stars due to a newly discovered issue regarding quality of power produced. I have several things in my home running on Uninterruptible Power Supplies (APC Back-UPS XS 1300s), mainly my Internet Connections, Routers, Primary Workstation (I work from home), and also my Satellite TV and primary television. The UPS's provide me with plenty of run-time and prevent work interruptions due to the all too common short (1-5 second) power outages we see out here in the country. In the event of an extended outage, they provide me plenty of time to get cords run, the generator fired up and get the UPS's along with some other household items such as refrigerator/freezer a few lights, a couple fans powered by the generator. By no means am I overloading the generator with the minimal things I maintain when power goes down. Here is the problem! The power that this unit produces apparently is either not very clean or slightly insufficient. During a recent 9 hour outage, the power being produced by this unit would not consistently and properly allow the UPS's to maintain their batteries. The input power on the UPS's, when hooked up to the generator was showing 118-119 volts with fluctuations slightly below that, whereas under normal utility provided power, they usually read 121-122 volts. When I checked the voltage meter on the generator, it was showing 237-238 volts, instead of 240, which indicated that the readings on the UPS's were accurate. The result was that after about 5 hours or so, anything running on the UPS's began to shut down because the battery in the UPS was depleted and the UPS was not getting clean enough power to pass it directly to the items plugged into the UPS. The items on the UPS's would have power while the input voltage was reading 118-119 volts, but all of the UPS's would intermittently display themselves as offline due to power levels dropping. Therefore, once the batteries were fully depleted, the items being protected were losing power. Since those protected items had lost power several times, I ended up having to run those items directly to the generator and feed them "dirty" generator power, while allowing the UPS's to intermittently charge whenever the provided power level was high enough. VERY DISAPPOINTING as a home backup unit! May end up using this strictly as a "field generator" for work out on the property and other remote locations... then bite the bullet for a good diesel or propane Generac for emergency power for the house. Initial review text: Have only used this a couple times so far, and only on Propane, so, I can't speak for its longevity or gasoline operation. Used it on a couple of occasions to provide electricity for hand power tools and a Hobart Handler 140 Welder, working on / repairing fencing out in my pastures. Running on Propane, it fires up as expected and performs well. One reason I went with a Dual Fuel generator was that if required, I can provide fuel to it via the propane connection to the house (a 500 gallon tank), and not have to worry about making sure that gasoline isn't getting old and gumming up the carburetor.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By fhedrickjr - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2018
Powers my fifth wheeler reliably. Troublesome solenoid.
Works great. Runs everything in my 42 ft. fifth wheel. Runs 14-15 hours on a 30lb propane bottle and 12 hours on a full tank of gasoline. I would have given it 5 stars except for the fact that the solenoid is a bit troublesome. Have to repeatedly push the start button then it will free up and kick in the starter. MAY have to do with moisture. I have it covered but in the rainy weather, I had to tap the solenoid while pushing the button to free it up. Otherwise, it is great. A bit loud but with a make shift lean to, it cuts it 10 or so DB (77 vs 67). . I have over 600 Hours on it so far with several oil changes and a new E3 spark plug. It DOES use a little bit of oil which necessitates checking every day or two, but the thing does run at a pretty good rpm for 24-28 hours at a time!! I think for the money, i couldn't have done better. Would like it to be quieter but it IS one fifth the price (+/-) of a comparable Honda.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By jimmysmomanddad - Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2018
Lot of Generator for the price
This unit arrived by tractor trailer is good order driver very easy to work with I uncrated unit installed wheels and handels plus filled with oil in about 1/2 hour . Pulsar provided tools and extended oil funnel plus battery and regulator for propane with hose. I hooked up propane tank pushed start and generator fired right away all the readings on my volt meter were spot on. We plan to use a transfer switch and provide power to whole house as we get outages once or twice a year I have no doubt that this generator will do a good job to provide electric in a temporary outage.