WEN 2000-Watt Inverter Generator

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WEN 2000-Watt Inverter Generator
Price: $384.99
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Warranty? Specs? Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?

SOMETHING ATE THEM!

I’ve replaced the features/warranty.

Dang! I was hoping for a Genverter Inerator. Please Woot.

Just thought I’d mention that I bought this a few Woots ago and love it. Was very easy to set up and we have used it a few times with no issues. Starts right up and doesn’t quit until the gas runs out.

Last time, we ran a TV, DVD player, crock pot and a laptop in Eco mode with no problems.

Has anyone compared this to the Honda EU2000i? I know it’s cheaper but what else is different? Anyone own both?

I don’t own both but I have a friend that owns the Honda and I own this one. In terms of overall performance, they are pretty close. The Honda may have a slight edge in terms of size and noise. Here is a site that looks to compare them:

http://www.chainsawjournal.com/whats-the-best-2000-watt-generator/

Something not immediately clear to me is how maintenance would work if something were to break. Almost every repair shop is familiar with the Honda and likely has parts.

With all that said, I love the Wen I got from here about a year ago. It usually starts and the 3rd or 4th easy pull.

I don’t think service is much of an issue. This is basically a Yamaha clone, so parts are plenty as well.

Big difference that I’ve seen – the Honda uses a pulse fuel pump. Super easy to run an extended run fuel cap/tank on it. It can be done with these/Yamahas, but it involves adding the fuel pump.

For the price though, these can’t be beat. Picked up two awhile back, as well as the link kit so I can run my travel trailer off of these

I, too, have a friend with the Honda EU2000i, which is much quieter than the Wen, and handles more power in “eco” mode (I’ve measured the Wen noise, and it’s 6-10 Db louder than claimed, and eco output is significantly less than 1600 W in eco mode). But he uses his for frequent tent camping, while I use my Wen for occasional outages at my permanently setup trailer. So he can justify the ridiculous price for the Honda, and I’m just fine with the Wen.