Cummins P2400 Onan 2000 Watt Homesite Generator

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Cummins P2400 Onan 2000 Watt Homesite Generator
$299.99 + $5 Shipping
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Froogled. $599

Amazon.com $499

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Will this ship SmartPost?

Can you patch this thing into your breaker panel?

You’d be hard-pressed to find a review on this one… But here’s the Amazon link… pretty pricey…

Foogle: Only 1 for 599

http://www.google.com/products?hl=en&q=Cummins%20P2400&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wf

Shipping is only $5!!! How is that even possible? This thing weighs 99 pounds!

This would be neat to have, but I can’t afford the gas.

Dumb naming. You’d think a P2400 would be 2400 Watt…(or the name would be the P2000)

Shipping 99 lbs of Chinese crap though. Be lucky if it powered your sansa.

This is actually quite tempting. I am going to have to think about this one.

Mainly what I am looking for is for something to power my sump pump and maybe a TV and a lamp. It’s quite tempting, and Onan is a pretty good name, at least for the higher end models.

Great for the coming Zombie apocalypse

$599 here http://www.electricgeneratorsdirect.com/Cummins-Onan-P2400/p938.html?source=froogle&utm_source=froogle&utm_medium=shop+portals

Heh, we could have used this at work tonight, as the power went out while I was cooking, and the blue hairs were playing bingo.

300 bucks isn’t too shabby for a generator, you would think.

I don’t mean to be the voice of reason here, but “electric start”? If I have electricity, what do I need a (*&^$#@#$%^ generator for?

You can, but it won’t power very much. I have a 5k watt that powers the entire house with the A/C running.

Probably not…it usually says at the bottom of the description if it does.

it is electric start? So how do you start it when you need it - WHEN THE POWER IS OFF!