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Have An EGO Battery? You Will Want This! EGO Nexus Power Inverter PAD1500

Have An EGO 56-Volt Battery? You Will Want This! EGO Nexus Escape Power Inverter PAD1500

EGO Power Inverter EGO makes awesome outdoor power equipment that most of us use all summer and if you have a snowblower you can use the batteries in the winter.  EGO Power+ released a new Nexus Power Inverter that allows us to get some use out of the 56-Volt batteries in the times we are […]

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Ryobi 7,000-Watt Electric Start Portable Generator Review – RY907000

Honda Powered You might not see it in stores, but Ryobi makes an excellent 7,000-Watt Electric Start Portable Generator that is a perfect power solution for the jobsite or at home. While this generator carries a $1,099.00 price tag, it has the internal parts to last most people a lifetime. The power behind this 7,000 running watt […]

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DEWALT Portable Power Station & 20v Plus FlexVolt Charger Testing – DCB1800

Battery Operated Inverter The Dewalt DCB1800 is a battery powered 1800 watt portable power station that is fueled by 4 Dewalt 20v or FlexVolt batteries.  This perfectly silent unit delivers 1800W continuous and 3600 peak AC power. Making the power source more usable on the jobsite, the DCB1800 also functions as a multiport battery charger […]

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RYOBI 3600 Watt Portable Generator – RY903600

Quiet & Effective We found the perfect generator for a camper, homeowner, contractor and outdoor enthusiast in the Ryobi 3,600 watt portable generator.  This small and very portable generator is simple to use with Ryobi’s single lever, 3 position, easy start system.  The small 212cc motor is fairly quiet and very powerful allowing for load […]

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Ryobi 5,500 Watt Gasoline Powered Portable Generator Review RY905500

Easy Start System The Ryobi 5500 watt generator will be on the top of the list of generators we recommend to people because it is very simple to star and use.  Let’s follow that statement by letting you know that we are not fans of electric start in smaller generators like this because the user […]

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